Marion Cotillard on Her Worst Acting Experience and the French “Razzie”

Yes it’s a piece of juicy gossip, but Marion Cottilard’s anecdote should remind directors about what our power and responsibility are when on set. “I fought for a project and I fought for the director because he was the one that brought the project and I fell in love with it, and then I spent two months Read MoreRead More

The Hollywood Reporter’s Actress Round Table

Anne Hathaway, Amy Adams, Sally Field, Naomi Watts, Rachel Weisz, Helen Hunt and Marion Cotillard join THR’s news editor Matt Belloni and executive editor Stephen Galloway in our uncensored actress roundtable interview.Read More

Advice from A-List Actors: You Better Be Damn Good!

Matt Damon, Jamie Foxx, Denzel Washington, Richard Gere, Alan Arkin and John Hawkes convene for a rare exploration of the current state of the male movie star. It might seem obvious, but in an industry filled with flash and instant celebrity, the best advice that Hollywood’s top talents have for aspiring actors is to simply Read MoreRead More

Supercut of Abraham Lincoln portrayed in Film and TV (1915-2012)

Kevin B. Lee assembled these portrayals of  Abraham Lincoln in film and television: from babysitting Shirley Temple to hunting vampires, Star Trek to Bill & Ted, D.W. Griffith to Steven Spielberg, Bugs Bunny to Robot Chicken. Steven Spielberg’s Lincoln is a high-profile study of one of America’s greatest presidents leading his country through the perilous Civil War. Too bad it Read MoreRead More

Abe Lincoln as You’ve Never Heard Him

Daniel Day-Lewis is known for diving deeply into his roles. He kept the voice of Lincoln between takes and off set even using it to discuss Mad Men with costar Jared Harris (better known to most Americans as Lane Pryce in “Mad Men”). The latest in a long parade of screen Abes, coming right on the heels of Read MoreRead More

The World of a Professional Naked Girl

New York City artist Molly Crabapple addresses her life spent as a nude model for amateur photographers and how that has shaped her view of herself and of women. “If you keep traveling, you’re going to get yourself raped.” Z. and I were sitting in a cafe on the edge of the Sahara. We’d been bumming around Read MoreRead More

Daniel Day-Lewis Explains How He Developed Lincoln’s Voice

The Legendary actor along with Steven Spielberg along with Lincoln screenwriter Tony Kushner discuss how they found Lincoln’s voice. Daniel Day-Lewis, a London-native, spoke with a clear British accent, which of course came in stark contrast to the reedy, almost high-pitched voice that he employed as the wise — and surprisingly jovial — leader of the Read MoreRead More

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