Ian McKellen Analyzes The “Tomorrow and Tomorrow” speech from Macbeth

As part of an “in-studio master class” on speaking Shakespeare, Ian McKellen talks in depth about the imagery and analysis he used to bring a famous Macbeth speech to life for a production by the Royal Shakespeare Company Here’s McKellen’s friend Patrick Stewart delivering the same soliloquy in  a 2010 adaptationRead More

Parks and Rec’s Jim O’Heir Isn’t Always Sweet Lovable Jerry – Speakeasy

Jim O’Heir (Parks and Recreation, Strip Mall, The Middleman) sits down with Paul F. Tompkins to talk about getting started in theatre and comedy, working on Strip Mall for Comedy Central, playing Jerry on Parks & Recreation, and his upcoming film The Middleman.Read More

Firefly’s Summer Glau was Shaped by Sci-Fi – Speakeasy

Summer Glau (Firefly, Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, Arrow) sits down with Paul F. Tompkins to talk about transitioning from dancing into acting, kicking off her acting career on Firefly, entering the world of conventions, and playing a robot on Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles.Read More

Emma Stone on Birdman – DP/30

She became a movie star with 4 movies in 4 years: Superbad, The House Bunny, Zombieland, and Easy A. The then-22-year-old followed with Crazy. Stupid. Love, The Help, 2 Amazing Spider-Man movies, and The Croods, a surprise international animated smash. And now, her most daring turn, in Birdman. What will Emma Stone do next? She Read MoreRead More

The Hollywood Reporter Roundtables: Actors and Actresses

Eddie Redmayne (The Theory of Everything), Ethan Hawke (Boyhood), Timothy Spall (Mr. Turner), Benedict Cumberbatch (The Imitation Game) Channing Tatum (Foxcatcher) and Michael Keaton (Birdman) sit down with The Hollywood Reporter’s Stephen Galloway to discuss their craft, their acclaimed performances in 2014 and more. Julianne Moore (Still Alice), Laura Dern (Wild), Patricia Arquette (Boyhood), Hilary Read MoreRead More

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