Talking with Paul Fischer

LIEV SCHREIBER DEFIANTLY TAKES ON TOUGH ROLE

LIEV SCHREIBER DEFIANTLY TAKES ON TOUGH ROLE

| December 16, 2008

Live Schreiber is an actor who rarely plays the same character more than once. Whether he’s on stage or screen, the quietly spoken intelligent actor immerses himself in each character he plays, from the Jewish partisan brother in Defiance, to the antagonist in next year’s Wolverine. He spoke candidly about both films as well as […]

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MARSHALL  KENNEDY AND BENJAMIN BUTTON

MARSHALL KENNEDY AND BENJAMIN BUTTON

| December 16, 2008

Frank Marshall and Kathleen Kennedy are two of the most powerful and prolific producers in Hollywood, dating back to the early days of Speilberg [Marshall produced the original Raiders, while Kennedy worked on a little known alien film called E.T]. Over two decades later the pair is still growing strong as producers of the golden […]

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Craig ‘Defiant’

Craig ‘Defiant’

| December 9, 2008

British heartthrob Daniel Craig may now be known as 007, but he is as accomplished an actor on stage or screen as exists in Britain. Following on the heels of the critically mixed Quantum of Solace, Craig returns to the screen in Defiance, the true story of three Jewish brothers who escape from Nazi-occupied Poland […]

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Everyone’s Mad About ‘Mad Man’ Hamm

Everyone’s Mad About ‘Mad Man’ Hamm

| December 9, 2008

Two years ago Jon Hamm was another struggling actor finding his way through the treacherous waters of Hollywood. Then along comes a little known TV series aired on a small cable network about a bunch of often philandering, chain-smoking ad executives in the ’60s called Mad Men, and life for John Hamm changed as he […]

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Director Derrickson Risks Earth Remake

Director Derrickson Risks Earth Remake

| December 9, 2008

Few directors would dare attempt remake one of the true iconic sci-fi classics of all time, but Scott Derrickson decided it was worth the risk. More known as a director of horror, this is Derrickson’s first major Hollywood film, remaking Robert Wise’s sci-fi classic about an alien warning earth about its imminent self-destruction. Paul Fischer […]

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Stephenie Meyer from Book to Screen

Stephenie Meyer from Book to Screen

| November 12, 2008

Not even novelist Stephenie Meyer could have predicted the impact her series of vampire novels would have on a new generation of adolescent girls. America’s answer to the Harry Potter franchise in literary circles, her books have redefined a genre. Her first novel, Twilight, has been adapted into a highly anticipated film, and the author, […]

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Brolin Continues to Take Risks in New ‘Milk’ Role

Brolin Continues to Take Risks in New ‘Milk’ Role

| November 12, 2008

Fresh from his critically acclaimed role in W, Josh Brolin is having the time of his lifge these days, both personally and professionally. Now taking on the tough role of Dan White in Gus van Sant’s Milk, Brolin continues to receive acclaim for playing roles that are complex, controversial and fascinating. Paul Fischer caught up […]

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Emile Hirsch ‘Milks’ His Latest Role

Emile Hirsch ‘Milks’ His Latest Role

| November 12, 2008

Emile Hirsch is one of those actors difficult to define. Never playing the same character twice, the actor goes from the likes of Speed Racer to playing real-life gay activist Cleve Jones in director Gus van Sant’s touching and powerful biopic of the late San Francisco gay icon Harvey Milk. Hirsch talked about the film […]

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Robert Pattinson Shuns ‘Twilight’ Stardom

Robert Pattinson Shuns ‘Twilight’ Stardom

| November 12, 2008

British actor Robert Pattinson had no idea what he was letting himself in for when he auditioned for, and won the plum role, of brooding vampire Edward Cullen, in the much anticipated film version of the best selling novel Twilight. Though he had exposure, to some extent, with big movies in the latest Harry Potter, […]

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Seann William Scott Is a ‘Role Model’

Seann William Scott Is a ‘Role Model’

| November 4, 2008

Seann William Scott would be the first to admit if he’s done a stinker. But he returns to his more hardcore comedic roots, those he found on the original American Pie films, in Role Models, playing an energy-drink rep whose unsavory behavior lands him and a close friend and partner in a Big Brother program. […]

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