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DANNY MCBRIDE’S CAREER HARDLY UP IN THE AIR.

DANNY MCBRIDE’S CAREER HARDLY UP IN THE AIR.

| December 18, 2009

One of the new voices of movie comedy these days, Danny McBride proves himself to be both an innovative comic actor and a dramatic actor as he proves with his subtle performance in the critically acclaimed Up in the Air. A busy man on the big and small screen, McBride talked to PAUL FISCHER in […]

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THE QUIXOTIC IDEALISM OF TERRY GILLIAM

THE QUIXOTIC IDEALISM OF TERRY GILLIAM

| December 18, 2009

Terry Gilliam remains one of the most original and vibrant cinematic voices of all time, a rare cinematic iconoclast, who bucks narrative convention refusing to abide by the conventions of traditional storytelling. Perhaps this is due to his beginnings as the animator during the Monty Python era and his feature directorial debut as co-director of […]

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ME, ORSON WELLES AND CLAIRE DANES

ME, ORSON WELLES AND CLAIRE DANES

| November 28, 2009

Claire Danes was considered something of an It girl as her stardom was propelled from such an early age. A native New Yorker, Danes was born April 12, 1979, and raised in then up-and-coming SoHo by artistic parents. She was learning modern dance at six, and at age nine, began taking acting classes at the […]

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RAIN DANCES AS ‘ASSASSIN’

RAIN DANCES AS ‘ASSASSIN’

| November 28, 2009

Rain is a musician and martial arts superstar as well as a self-confessed shoe collector and now he is starring in the action packed Ninja Assassin. Rain was born in Seoul, South Korea, on June 25, 1982 with the birth name Jung Jihoon. He was extremely shy in elementary school, stating in interviews that he […]

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YUNE IS ONE NINJA ASSASSIN

YUNE IS ONE NINJA ASSASSIN

| November 28, 2009

Rick Yume is fast becoming a rising star in American film and with his chiseled physique and handsome features, he seemed a natural for working in front of the camera, but his original intention was to pursue a career on Wall Street. Born in Korea and raised in the Washington, DC, area, he was enrolled […]

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THE QUIXOTIC IDEALISM OF TERRY GILLIAM

THE QUIXOTIC IDEALISM OF TERRY GILLIAM

| November 28, 2009

Terry Gilliam remains one of the most original and vibrant cinematic voices of all time, a rare cinematic iconoclast, who bucks narrative convention refusing to abide by the conventions of traditional storytelling. Perhaps this is due to his beginnings as the animator during the Monty Python era and his feature directorial debut as co-director of […]

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DANNY MCBRIDE’S CAREER HARDLY UP IN THE AIR

DANNY MCBRIDE’S CAREER HARDLY UP IN THE AIR

| November 28, 2009

One of the new voices of movie comedy these days, Danny McBride proves himself to be both an innovative comic actor and a dramatic actor as he proves with his subtle performance in the critically acclaimed Up in the Air. A busy man on the big and small screen, McBride talked to PAUL FISCHER in […]

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HINES’ MOONLIGHT SONATA

HINES’ MOONLIGHT SONATA

| November 28, 2009

Best known as Larry David’s now ex-wife in Curb your Enthusiasm, the actress makes her feature directing debut with the comedy-drama Serious Moonlight, which she took on following the death of the film’s writer, Adrienne Shelly, with whom she worked on Waitress. A sharp comedy about the dangers of infidelity starring Meg Ryan, Timothy Hutton […]

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KODI SMIT-MCPHEE ON A ROAD TO SUCCESS

KODI SMIT-MCPHEE ON A ROAD TO SUCCESS

| November 28, 2009

He may be 13, but Aussie actor Kodi Smit-McPhee, is already making quite the mark for himself. This mature, smart teenager got his first major break as Eric Bana’s son in Romulus Mt Father and now has Viggo Mortensen as a dad in the highly anticipated film version of The Road, a dark post-apolcalyptic drama […]

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LINKLATER AND THE WORLD OF ORSON WELLES

LINKLATER AND THE WORLD OF ORSON WELLES

| November 28, 2009

One of the most original directors of his generation, Richard Linklater can move effortlessly from Hollywood’s mainstream to the Indie world, but even with his proven track record, the director of such seminal classics as Dazed and Confused and Before Sunrise as well as the hit School of Rock, says it’s just as difficult getting […]

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