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Alan Alda-One of our most-loved actors adds Resurrecting the Champ to his long, impressive resume.
Kevin Alejandro brings a new face to an established hit series as the new guy on Shark.
Reed Alexander-The former iCarly villain returns with a nefarious plot to make us healthier with Kewlbites.

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Mahershala Ali-The House of Cards and Hunger Games star hits Broadway with the controversial drama Smart People.

Stephen Amell-The Arrow anti-hero takes on another comic franchise with Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - Out of the Shadows.

Aziz Ansari and the cast of Parks and Recreation talk to us from the red carpet.

Gethin Anthony-The British actor follows up Game of Thrones by channeling a legendary mad man as Charles Manson in Aquarius.
Tom Arnold-The comic actor gets very serious about his disturbing role in the indie Gardens of the Night.
Ed Asner-The legendary TV star hits the multiplexes with the art film Gigantic and the Pixar film Up.
Kevin Bacon takes on his most controversial role in The Woodsman.
Scott Bakula returns to television as one of the Men of a Certain Age.
Christian Bale survives life in a Vietnam prison camp in Rescue Dawn.
Eric Balfour tries to survive an alien invasion in the sci-fi horror movie Skyline.
Eric Bana-We keep our eyes on him in Closed Circuit.
Antonio Banderas-The actor pays tribute to his legacy by shedding light on the forgotten history of Spanish film.
Javier Bardem (2007 Interview)-The Spanish star releases three English films at once.
Javier Bardem (2011 Interview)-Chasing Oscar gold again with his new film Biutiful.
Ben Barnes (2008 interview)-The British actor joins Narnian royalty in The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian.
Ben Barnes (2013 interview) fights the supernatural in Seventh Son and discusses Narnia, the craft of acting, and hloow he’d ve to work with J.J. Abrams.
Michael Beck-The 70s and 80s cult-fave actor returns to the big screen with The Grace of Jake.

Jamie Bell and his co-horts in Fantastic Four take on a legendary comic book franchise.

Jon Bernthal ponders what he would do with only thirty days left before going to war in Day Zero.
Demián Bichir (2014 interview) follows up his Oscar Nomination for A Better Life with feature roles in Dom Hemingway and The Bridge.

Demiàn Bichir (2015 interview) and posse put a new shade on the classic western with The Hateful Eight.

Michael Biehn (2011 interview)-An action movie icon gets down and dirty with grindhouse films Bereavement and The Victim.
Michael Biehn (2012 interview) tries writing and directing with the grindhouse feature The Victim.
Craig Bierko-Hopes luck will be a lady for his Broadway revival of the classic musical Guys and Dolls.
Eric Bogosian-Actor, writer and concert performer discusses his career and the rise of the talkers.
David Boreanaz-The co-star of the popular series Bones investigates the show's success.

Desmin Borges (2015 interview)-We check back in with the best guy from You're the Worst.

Terry Bradshaw-A football legend gets out to see the world in Better Late Than Never.

Benjamin Bratt (2009 interview)-An actor fights addiction with the popular series The Cleaner.
Benjamin Bratt (2013 interview)-A Hollywood favorite lends his talents to stark indies like his latest film, The Lesser Blessed.
Creed Bratton-Long before he became The Office's resident curmudgeonly oddball, he was a sixties pop star.
Andre Braugher returns to television as one of the Men of a Certain Age.
Jeff Bridges-One of the most underrated actors of modern history sings for Oscar gold in Crazy Heart.
Jordan Bridges-The third generation of a legendary show business family enters acting with Conviction.
Adam Brody and the cast of The Oranges give us a ride to suburbia.
Josh Brolin and the cast and crew of Milk make a labor of love to remind us of an important but mostly forgotten slain politician and activist.
Albert Brooks and Sheetal Sheth-Trying to bridge the cultural gap in Looking For Comedy in the Muslim World.

Daniel Brühl and the cast of Burnt tickle our taste buds with cooking tips and tales of making the film.

Billy Burke-Takes us for a future ride in the first season finale of Revolution.
Steve Buscemi-Indie film's quirkiest leading man takes a road trip in Saint John of Las Vegas.
Matt Bush finally gets his crazy college experience in Glory Daze.
Nicolas Cage-The actor looks to the future in Knowing.

Sir Michael Caine (2009 Interview)-A legendary actor looks back at his career and his film Is Anybody There?

Sir Michael Caine (2010 interview) goes back to the streets he grew up on in Harry Brown.
Bryan Callen-Stand up comic, actor, podcast host or modern renaissance man?  Why not all four?

Billy Campbell fights a pandemic in the Syfy series Helix.

Bruce Campbell-The king of B-Movies puts in a little beach time as the sidekick in the popular series Burn Notice.

Nestor Carbonell keeps an eye on the crazy goings on at Bates Motel.

Steve Carell (2005 interview)-This cult-favorite comedian finally nails it in The 40 Year-Old Virgin.
Steve Carell (2012 interview)-The comic actor takes an offbeat look at the Apocalypse in Seeking a Friend for the End of the World.

Dana Carvey-The legendary mimic helps a new generation of comics with the series First Impressions.

David Cassidy-Forty years on from The Partridge Family, the former teen idol reminds us why we think we love him.
Tom Cavanagh dishes on his character arc on Royal Pains, the possibility of an Ed DVD release, pranking Mark Feuerstein and eating snacks.

Kyle Chandler and the cast and crew of Carol take a look back at lesbianism in the world of sixty years ago.

Will Chase-Hoofin' it with the Broadway song & dance man about the new series Smash.
Don Cheadle (2004 interview) checks in with us about his acclaimed film Hotel Rwanda.
Don Cheadle (2011 interview) must deal with the world's most obnoxious policeman in The Guard.

 

 

Louis CK-The comedian gets animated in The Secret Life of Pets.

George Clooney (2005 interview) and his castmates wish us Good Night, and Good Luck.
George Clooney (2011 interview)-A superstar tops off a good year with The Descendants and The Ides of March.

Deon Cole-Returns to the Barbershop to deliver The Next Cut.

Bradley Cooper and the cast of Burnt tickle our taste buds with cooking tips and tales of making the film.

Chris Cooper-The Oscar winning actor's role in Silver City is a strangely familiar-seeming politician.
Brady Corbet and Michael Pitt aren't playing around in Funny Games.

 

Randy Couture-We get the smack down from the former MMA champ-turned-Expendables 2 actor.
Allen Covert-Adam Sandler's long-time collaborator steps out front with Grandma's Boy.
Russell Crowe and Denzel Washington take a look at opposite sides of the law in American Gangster.
Billy Crudup returns to the mean streets of 1970 New York in the crime drama Blood Ties.
Tom Cruise-A superstar takes a different look at World War II in Valkyrie.

Tim Curry looks back on 40 years of The Rocky Horror Picture Show.

John Cusack channels a literary giant in The Raven.

Matt Czuchry reflects on life as a guy amongst Gilmore Girls.

John Francis Daley - The Freaks & Geeks kid grows up and joins Kitchen Confidential.

Cameron Dallas-A social media phenom takes a swing at film acting with The Outfield.

Matt Damon, Martin Scorsese, Leonardo DiCaprio, Vera Farmiga and William Monahan on The Departed.

Hugh Dancy, Claire Danes and Mamie Gummer go back in time to share a very special Evening.

Tony Danza-The actor takes a shot at teaching and writes all about it with I Want to Apologize to Every Teacher I’ve Ever Had.

Larry David and the cast of Whatever Works help to welcome Woody Allen back to to New York.
Daniel Day-Lewis, Paul Thomas Anderson, Paul Dano and Ciaran Hinds warn us that There Will Be Blood.
Mark Deklin is a man amongst good Christian bitches in GCB.
Robert De Niro (2010 interview)-The Oscar-winning actor takes a small personal film with Everybody's Fine.
Robert De Niro (2014 interview)-The actor goes back to the old neighborhood to look at the 20th anniversary of his directorial debut A Bronx Tale.

Robert De Niro (2015 interview) and his co-workers take a look at the clash of old and new office skills in The Intern.

Johnny Depp-the most esoteric superstar in the world takes on the children's classic Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.

Bruce Dern and posse put a new shade on the classic western with The Hateful Eight.

Leonardo DiCaprio (2004 Interview)-The superstar takes flight in The Aviator.
Leonardo DiCaprio (2007 Interview), Matt Damon, Martin Scorsese, Vera Farmiga and William Monahan on The Departed.
Leonardo DiCaprio (2009 Interview)-reunites with his Titanic sweetheart Kate Winslet in Revolutionary Road.
Andy Dick-The eccentric comic actor steps behind the camera as Danny Roane: First-Time Director.
Brian Dietzen-The latest series regular on NCIS mans the morgue.

Colin Donnel-The actor talks about a three-show crossover episode between Chicago Fire, Chicago PD and Chicago Med.

Vincent D'Onofrio (2009 Interview) returns to the New York City streets with another season of Law & Order: Criminal Intent.

Vincent D'Onofrio (2011 Interview) returns for the final season of Law & Order: Criminal Intent.

Jeffrey Donovan (2010 interview) plays the coolest ex-spy in steamy Miami in the hit cable series Burn Notice.
Jeffrey Donovan (2012 interview)-Miami's toughest spy is trapped south of the border as the latest season of Burn Notice concludes.

Jeffrey Donovan (2015 interview) and the cast of Fargo give us a look in at the second season, oh ya.

Michael Dorn-Everyone's favorite Klingon tries to start a potential new Star Trek series called Star Trek: Captain Worf.
Tony Dow-The artist formerly known as Wally on Leave it to Beaver takes up an new artform.

Robert Downey, Jr.-the acclaimed actor looks through A Scanner Darkly.

Jeremy Dozier tells us about life with a Dirty Girl.

Patrick Duffy and his castmates give us the skinny on the reboot of the classic series Dallas.
Robert Duvall a Hollywood legend sits in on his own funeral in the film Get Low.
George Dzundza-the veteran character actor talks about his work on the TV series Hack and his career.
Bo Eason-The former Houston Oiler looks back at a life on the gridiron in the hit Off-Broadway show Runt of the Litter.
Clint Eastwood-The legendary actor/director looks back at an forgotten Los Angeles scandal with Changeling.
Aaron Eckhart (2006 Interview) finds the soul (or lack thereof) in a tobacco lobbyist in the satire Thank You For Smoking.
Aaron Eckhart (2007 Interview) and Catherine Zeta-Jones have No Reservations about telling us all about their new romantic comedy.
Zac Efron and Nikki Blonsky get out the kinks in Hairspray.
Jesse Eisenberg (2009 Interview)-A respected young comic actor takes a chance at a quirky genre picture in Zombieland.
Jesse Eisenberg (2011 Interview)-We friend the young actor who plays the face of Facebook in The Social Network.

Chiwetel Ejiofor and the cast of 12 Years a Slave look back at a disgraceful time in American history.

Idris Elba (2011 interview) takes on the world of a favorite comic book hero in Thor.
Idris Elba (2013 interview)-The acclaimed actor takes on his toughest role: Nelson Mandela.
Hector Elizondo-The long-time character actor joins a well-respected ensemble in Monk.
Cary Elwes-The veteran actor defends The Citizen, a labor-of-love indie about the American dream. 
Peter Falk reflects on his career and The Thing About My Folks.

Colin Farrell and Clémence Poésy deal with love and death In Bruges.

Michael Fassbender and the cast of 12 Years a Slave look back at a disgraceful time in American history.

Nat Faxon and the crew of The Way, Way Back come of age at a water park.

Tom Felton-He spent his formative years as Harry Potter's archrival, now he looks at life after Hogwarts.
Mark Feuerstein-The actor takes on the Hamptons as the doctor for the rich in Royal Pains.
Ralph Fiennes-The acclaimed actor steps behind the camera to tell the forgotten true story of The Invisible Woman.
Colin Firth talks with us about The King's Speech and he doesn't stammer once.
Dan Fogler and George Lopez grab comedy by the Balls of Fury.
 

Michael J. Fox and cast get back in time and remember Back to the Future.

Jamie Foxx plays a living legend in Ray. Now he may become one himself.
James Franco takes a wild ride on the Pineapple Express.
Brendan Fraser-The actor tells us about acting in three dimensions in Journey to the Center of the Earth.
Nick Frost (2007 interview)-The funny Brit behind Shaun of the Dead is back in Hot Fuzz.
Nick Frost (2011 interview)-Returns to his genre parody roots with the alien comedy Paul.
Nick Frost (2013 interview)-We hoist a few pints with the star of The World's End.
Zach Galifianakis-Takes a serious look (kind of...) at mental health in It's Kind of a Funny Story.

Brad Garrett-The comic actor looks at romance in two different genres.
Richard Gere turns down the razzle-dazzle to star in the spiritual family drama Bee Season.
Paul Giamatti-surveys the breadth of a complicated life with Barney's Version.
Brendan Gleeson plays the world's most obnoxious policeman in The Guard.
Evan Glodell-A DIY film actor and director catches a buzz with Bellflower.

Walton Goggins and posse put a new shade on the classic western with The Hateful Eight.

Jeff Goldblum-The well-liked actor survives a death rumor and takes the reins of the series Law & Order: Criminal Intent.
John Goodman -Takes on the Greenwich Village folk scene in Inside Llewyn Davis.

Zachary Gordon-Clues us in to the Dog Days of being the star of the Diary of a Wimpy Kid films.
Ryan Gosling (2008 interview) falls for a real doll in Lars and the Real Girl.
Ryan Gosling (2013 interview)-Takes a devastating look at fathers and sons in The Place Beyond the Pines.
Mark-Paul Gosselaar has a little fun with the legal profession in Franklin and Bash.
Hugh Grant-The British superstar plays somewhat familiar, snarky reality show host in American Dreamz.
Joel Gretsch-Takes on the visitors in a remake of 1980s cult series V.

Nash Grier-A social media phenom takes a swing at film acting with The Outfield.

Christopher Guest, Eugene Levy, Catherine O'Hara, Harry Shearer and Parker Posey take on the movies For Your Consideration!

Jake Gyllenhaal knocks down the walls with his new film Demolition.

Anthony Michael Hall-The former Brat Pack star says goodbye to The Dead Zone and joins The Dark Knight.
Michael C. Hall-Cable TV's favorite serial killer takes a role in the ensemble movie Peep World.

George Hamilton-The best-tanned actor and reality TV dancing star in Hollywood has written his memoirs.

Colin Hanks and the cast of Elvis & Nixon dramatize a famous meeting of the minds.

Glen Hansard and John Carney reinvent the musical with Once.
Woody Harrelson-The actor continues his return to the limelight with the critically acclaimed drama The Messenger.
Neil Patrick Harris and his co- stars of How I Met Your Mother go back to the bar that inspired the show.
Steve Harris-The Practice favorite returns to series TV in the cult drama Awake.
Bret Harrison takes over the controls of the sitcom The Loop.

Kevin Hart-The comedian gets animated in The Secret Life of Pets.

Josh Hartnett returns to film after a few years off in the adventure Bunraku.

Garrett Hedlund and the cast and crew of Pan give new life to the classic tale of Peter Pan.

Chris Hemsworth takes on the world of a favorite comic book hero in Thor.

Josh Henderson (2012 interview) and his castmates give us the skinny on the reboot of the classic series Dallas.

 

Howard Hesseman and Loni Anderson-Two of the stars of WKRP in Cincinnati celebrate that seminal sitcom's DVD release.
John Michael Higgins-A dramatic thespian takes on Hollywood's insistence that he be a wacky comic presence.
Tom Higginston takes on the world of a favorite comic book hero in Thor.

Freddie Highmore plays a part in planning for the end as Bates Motel retreats from sanity.

Dulé Hill psyches us out with his popular cable series.
Emile Hirsch (2007 interview) takes a walk on the wild side.
Emile Hirsch (2008 interview) and the cast and crew of Milk make a labor of love to remind us of an important but mostly forgotten slain politician and activist.
Dustin Hoffman makes a little magic in Mr. Magorium's Wonder Emporium.
Philip Seymour Hoffman resurrects the celebrated author Capote.
André Holland discusses bringing August Wilson's Jitney to the Broadway stage and his role in the Oscar-nominated Moonlight.

Anthony Hopkins (2006 interview)-An acting legend breaks the speed barrier in The World's Fastest Indian.
Anthony Hopkins (2011 interview) takes on the world of a favorite comic book hero in Thor.
Ernie Hudson-Looks back at 30 years of not being afraid of no ghosts as one of the legendary Ghostbusters.

Ryan Hurst learns what it's like to be one of the Outsiders in the popular WGN series.

Timothy Hutton (2010 interview)-The actor positions himself for a third season of Leverage.
Timothy Hutton (2012 interview)-The actor proves he is not ordinary people in the fifth season of Leverage.
Ice Cube (2005 interview) on the road from hardcore rap to Are We There Yet? and XXX2: State of the Union.

Ice Cube (2016 interview)-Returns to the Barbershop to deliver The Next Cut.

Oscar Isaac -Takes on the Greenwich Village folk scene in Inside Llewyn Davis.
 
Jason Isaacs-Takes a tragic look back at the Holocaust in Good.

Hugh Jackman and the cast and crew of Pan give new life to the classic tale of Peter Pan.

Brandon T. Jackson-The comedian goes all mythical on us in Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters.

Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson-A rap star goes behind the scenes for the TV series Power.

Samuel L. Jackson takes on apartheid in this 2005 interview about In My Country.
Samuel L. Jackson (2008 Interview)-The tough-guy actor polices time and space in the adventure Jumper.
Raza Jaffrey takes on city politics and the Great White Way in the popular dramatic series Smash.

Liam James and the crew of The Way, Way Back come of age at a water park.

Thomas Jane-We get raw with the Hung actor and comic mogul.

Jake Johnson searches for a dead body and marital bliss in Digging for Fire.

Doug Jones-The actor who has played such creatures as The Silver Surfer and Hellboy's sidekick takes off the makeup.
Toby Jones, Sandra Bullock, Sigourney Weaver and Douglas McGrath do their own take on Capote with Infamous.
Leslie Jordan-The proudly out and about character actor celebrates over two decades of being Hollywood's go-to effete mama's boy.

Michael B. Jordan (2015 interview) and his co-horts in Fantastic Four take on a legendary comic book franchise.

Michael B. Jordan (2015 interview #2) and the cast and crew of Creed return to the Art Museum steps to take a jab at rebooting a classic franchise.

Sam Keeley and the cast of Burnt tickle our taste buds with cooking tips and tales of making the film.

Perry King-A Hollywood survivor balances acting with real life.
Sir Ben Kingsley has to pick a new role or two with Oliver Twist and A Sound of Thunder.
Greg Kinnear-A Hollywood outsider stands up for the little guy in Flash of Genius.
Christopher Knight-A member of an iconic sitcom family puts his real life on screen in My Fair Brady.

Johnny Knoxville and the cast of Elvis & Nixon dramatize a famous meeting of the minds.

Elias Koteas-The adventurous character actor takes a bite out of vampire lore in Let Me In.
John Krasinski-The actor shuts down the beloved TV workplace The Office.
krause1.gif (92386 bytes) Peter Krause and his co-horts in the cast of Sports Night prove that TV comedy doesn't have to be dumb.

Jake Lacy and the cast and crew of Carol take a look back at lesbianism in the world of sixty years ago.

Frank Langella-The acclaimed actor and Broadway actor brings his portrayal of a disgraced President to the big screen in Frost/Nixon.
Matt Lanter and Amanda Walsh revisit a classic with WarGames-The Dead Code.
Hugh Laurie and the cast of The Oranges give us a ride to suburbia.
Jude Law-A movie star is up for one of theater's most prestigious awards.
Joey Lawrence-The former teen idol returns to sitcoms with Melissa & Joey.
We spoke with late actor Heath Ledger just as he became a star with the most talked-about role of 2005 in Brokeback Mountain.
Jason Lee tries on a whole new vibe in his return to series TV, Memphis Beat.

John Leguizamo, Katherine Waterston and David Ross take a jaded look at suburbia in The Babysitters.

Reichen Lehmkuhl-This modern-day Renaissance Man reflects on his action-packed career and how he is working to change the future.

Harry Lennix explores the world of Shakespeare in H4 and stars in the new hit series The Blacklist.

Eugene Levy-Canada's funniest non-comedian offers up his career For Your Consideration.

Richard Lewis-The famously neurotic stand-up legend finally comes to terms with his life and his career -- kinda...

Matthew Lillard-The hip actor steps behind the camera with Fat Kid Rules the World.
Ron Livingston-The comic actor takes a walk on the dark side of life with the drama Holly.

Christopher Lloyd and cast get back in time and remember Back to the Future.

Tony Lo Bianco-A venerable Hollywood tough guy pays theatrical tribute to a legendary Big Apple mayor - again - with The Little Flower!

Rob Lowe braves facing the end of the world in You, Me and the Apocalypse.

Josh Lucas pays tribute to blacklisted writer Dalton Trumbo in a new documentary.
Derek Luke (2006 Interview) takes on apartheid in Catch a Fire.
Derek Luke (2009 Interview)-The actor makes the leap from movies to TV on the ensemble drama Trauma.
Diego Luna-The Mexican actor steps behind the camera to tell the story of storied labor pioneer Cesar Chavez.
Lewis MacDougall-A young actor takes on a timeless role with A Monster Calls.
Kyle MacLachlan-The quirky actor sinks to new levels in Manure.

Michael Madsen and posse put a new shade on the classic western with The Hateful Eight.

Joshua Malina (2003 Interview) chats about his career and being the new man on The West Wing.
Joshua Malina (2009 Interview) discusses the second season of the hit cable drama In Plain Sight.
Joe Mantegna-The respected actor speaks about a career that has led him from Mamet to Joan of Arcadia.
Karl Markovics and Stefan Ruzowitsky take a look at a different side of the Holocaust in The Counterfeiters.
Garry Marshall and Doris Roberts-Two old comedy pros work at Keeping Up With the Steins.

Demetri Martin-A stand-up comedian gives the movies a try with Taking Woodstock.

James Maslow of Big Time Rush-TV's favorite boy band tries to Elevate their following.
James McAvoy (2007 interview) looks back in Atonement.

James McAvoy (2015 interview) and his co-conspirators bring a horror legend back to life with Victor Frankenstein.

Jack McBrayer-We get a tour of 30 Rock's final season from Kenneth, your NBC page.
Jesse McCartney-The teen heartthrob grows up and gets funky with Departure.
Eric McCormack (2012 interview) takes on a very different role to change our Perception.
Eric McCormack (2013 interview)-We have a meeting of the minds with the actor about the second season of Perception.

Will McCormack-A character actor takes a shot at writing a romantic comedy with Celeste and Jesse Forever.

Dylan McDermott-The former Practice lawyer goes undercover in Dark Blue.
Christopher McDonald-A consummate character actor returns to Broadway in the hit show Lucky Guy.
Malcolm McDowell finds a new twist on the world's oldest profession in Pound of Flesh.
Seamus McDonagh-He fought Evander Holyfield, now he takes on expectations.
Ewan McGregor (2007 Interview) courts a legendary children's novelist in Miss Potter.
Ewan McGregor (2011 Interview)-The actor reinvents himself yet again in the quirky comedy/drama Beginners.
Joel McHale (2012 interview) goes back for another semester in Community.

Joel McHale (2014 interview)-Returns to Greendale and sets about to re-piloting Community while getting a bit closer to six seasons and a movie.

Jesse Metcalfe (2012 interview) and his castmates give us the skinny on the reboot of the classic series Dallas.

 

Method Man-The Wu Tang Clan rapper gets high on acting in The Wackness.
Breckin Meyer (2008 interview)-The comic actor finds love and laughs in a Blue State.
Breckin Meyer (2011 interview) has a little fun with the legal profession in Franklin and Bash.

Eric Millegan-The fan favorite tells us about going back for the final season of the long-running procedural Bones.

Levi Miller and the cast and crew of Pan give new life to the classic tale of Peter Pan.

Joe Minoso-The actor talks about a three-show crossover episode between Chicago Fire, Chicago PD and Chicago Med.
Matthew Modine-The acclaimed actor goes full-metal digital with a new app and a stellar movie lineup including The Dark Knight Rises.
 

David Morse learns what it's like to be one of the Outsiders in the popular WGN series.

Viggo Mortensen (2007 Interview) patrols the hard streets of the former Soviet Union in Eastern Promises.
Viggo Mortensen (2009 Interview)-Takes a tragic look back at the Holocaust in Good.

Viggo Mortensen (2017 interview)-The actor looks back and gets another Oscar nom for Captain Fantastic.

Anson Mount revisits the old West and the building of the railroads in the acclaimed series Hell on Wheels.
 
Dermot Mulroney is honored for a life in independent film.
Dermot Mulroney (2012 interview)-One of the busiest men in Hollywood exposes a tragic condition in Asia in Trade of Innocents.

Dermot Mulroney (2016 interview)-The Pure Genius star rocks out with his musical side project Cranky George.

Liam Neeson (2004 interview)-The acclaimed actor discusses his role starring as sex researcher Alfred Kinsey.

Liam Neeson (2016 interview)-The acclaimed actor becomes a 40-foot-tall bog monster in A Monster Calls.

Amaury Nolasco-The Prison Break star has broken into the ranks of Hollywood buzz actors.
Edward Norton creates a labor of love with his movie version of W. Somerset Maugham's classic book The Painted Veil.
Dylan O'Brien-A YouTube phenom takes Hollywood by storm with The First Time and Teen Wolf.

Nick Offerman and the cast of Parks and Recreation talk to us from the red carpet.

John O'Hurley (2013 interview)-The sitcom icon (Mr Peterman!) throws us a bone about being the co-host of the National Dog Show.

John O'Hurley (2016 interview)-The man with the world's smoothest voice is back doing the National Dog Show.

David Oyelowo (2012 interview)-An British/African actor breaks out in America with 96 Minutes and Red Tails.

David Oyelowo (2017 interview)-The Oscar-nominated actor tells us about going from Selma to A United Kingdom.

Erik Palladino-The ER doc gets serious... talking about AIDS, faith, love and death.
Butch Patrick-America's favorite Munster finds a new haunt and new love.
Simon Pegg (2011 interview)-Returns to his genre parody roots with the alien comedy Paul.
Simon Pegg (2013 interview)-We hoist a few pints with the comic actor at The World's End.
Kal Penn shows you have to be pretty smart to make silly comedies.
Sean Penn and the cast and crew of Milk make a labor of love to remind us of an important but mostly forgotten slain politician and activist.
Matthew Perry-Our old friend returns to sitcom stardom with Go On.

Alex Pettyfer and the cast of Elvis & Nixon dramatize a famous meeting of the minds.

Joaquin Phoenix-Takes a human look at artificial intelligence with Her.
James Pickens, Jr.-The veteran actor discusses his career and his TV  series, The Lyon's Den.
Wendell Pierce-The actor and philanthropist helps to raise up his hometown of New Orleans, with the documentary If God Is Willing and Da Creek Don't Rise, the TV series Treme and his own charitable acts.
Michael Pitt and Brady Corbet aren't playing around in Funny Games.
Jeremy Piven-The hottest fictional agent in Hollywood pays tribute to his theatrical past.
Oliver Platt and the cast of The Oranges give us a ride to suburbia.
Keith Powell-Gives us a two-fer about the final season of 30 Rock.

Chris Pratt and the cast of Parks and Recreation talk to us from the red carpet.

Freddie Prinze, Jr. (2007 interview) learns about life by Brooklyn Rules.

Freddie Prinze, Jr. (2016 interview) helps a new generation of comics with the series First Impressions.

Jody Quigley-Up-and-coming actor tries to survive a haunting chiller with Apparition.

Aidan Quinn-The veteran actor looks at immigration in the drama Dark Matter.
Ed Quinn-Turning heads as a complicated genius in the cult hit series Eureka.
Daniel Radcliffe (2005 interview), Emma Watson and Rupert Grint-The kids from Harry Potter speak.

Daniel Radcliffe (2015 interview) and his co-conspirators bring a horror legend back to life with Victor Frankenstein.

Josh Radnor (2006 Interview)-Have you met the star of the sitcom How I Met Your Mother?
Josh Radnor (2008 Interview) and his co-stars of How I Met Your Mother go back to the bar that inspired the show.
Michael Rapaport-One of the busiest supporting actors in Hollywood takes the lead of the sitcom The War at Home.
David Rasche has a little fun at the expense of some well-known politicians in the dark comedy In the Loop.
Jim Rash (2012 interview)-The gender bending dean on the cult comedy Community won an Oscar - who'd've thunk?
Jim Rash (2013 interview)-Community's crazy Dean takes his Oscar and goes to a water park in The Way, Way Back.
Jim Rash (2014 interview)-The Dean sets about to re-piloting Community and gets a bit closer to six seasons and a movie.

 

 

 

Paul Reiser-Takes on a brand new role - himself - in his sitcom return The Paul Reiser Show.
Jean Reno-The French actor looks back at his classic film Leon: The Professional, talks about three upcoming films and some of his passions.
Jonathan Rhys Meyers-The Irish actor anchors director Woody Allen's return to form with Match Point.
Robbie Rist-The musician/actor clues us in on beating the child star jinx.
Tim Robbins takes on apartheid in Catch a Fire.
Chris Rock-The stand-up giant returns to the multiplexes in The Longest Yard and Madagascar.
Sam Rockwell (2008 interview)-The quirky actor takes a look at sexual addiction in Choke.

Sam Rockwell (2013 interview) and the crew of The Way, Way Back come of age at a water park.

James Roday psyches us out with his popular cable series.
Seth Rogen takes a wild ride on the Pineapple Express.
Ray Romano returns to television as one of the Men of a Certain Age.
Mickey Rooney-The longest-working actor in show business spends a Night at the Museum.

Tim Roth and posse put a new shade on the classic western with The Hateful Eight.

Mickey Rourke-The actor looks at the fickleness of fame in The Wrestler.
Mark Ruffalo (2004 Interview), Peter Krause, Laura Dern & John Curran on the film We Don't Live Here Anymore.

Mark Ruffalo (2010 Interview) shakes up an untraditional American family in The Kids Are All Right.
Geoffrey Rush-Films the unfilmable novel with The Eye of the Storm.

Kurt Russell and posse put a new shade on the classic western with The Hateful Eight.

Andy Samberg and his Lonely Island band mates take on the big screen with Popstar - Never Stop Never Stopping.

Hiroyuki Sanada-The legendary Japanese actor conquers the world with Helix and 47 Ronin.
Peter Sarsgaard balances stage and screen and tries to solve The Mysteries of Pittsburgh.

Akiva Schaffer and his Lonely Island band mates take on the big screen with Popstar - Never Stop Never Stopping.

Liev Schreiber (2005 interview)-The actor tries writing and directing with Everything Is Illuminated.
Liev Schreiber (2011 interview) takes a look at family life in Every Day.

Adam Scott (2010 interview) and the cast of Parks and Recreation talk to us from the red carpet.

Adam Scott (2012 interview)-The actor lets us in on some secrets about Friends with Kids.
Jason Segel-The Freaks and Geeks veteran is flying high with the hit sitcom How I Met Your Mother.
Tony Shalhoub-The actor says farewell to his most famous character, the defective detective Monk.
Michael Shannon (2009 interview)-The actor follows up his Oscar-nominated supporting role in Revolutionary Road with the noir drama The Missing Person.

Michael Shannon (2016 interview) and the cast of Elvis & Nixon dramatize a famous meeting of the minds.

William Shatner-A television legend gets out to see the world in Better Late Than Never.

Michael Sheen-The famed British chameleon is taking on another real-life subject in The Damned United as well as becoming undead for the highly anticipated Twilight: New Moon.
Henry Simmons-The star of NYPD Blue and Shark helps bring Los Angeles a new theatrical playground.
Gary Sinise-The celebrated actor turns executive producer to help deliver a special documentary called Brothers at War.
Kevin Spacey (2010 interview) takes a wry look at modern politics with Casino Jack.

Kevin Spacey (2016 interview) and the cast of Elvis & Nixon dramatize a famous meeting of the minds.

James Spader gives us some insight into The Blacklist.
Scott Speedman and Liv Tyler live out a rural nightmare in The Strangers.
Rick Springfield-The 80s hitmaker looks back at superstardom and his lifelong battle with depression in his memoir Late, Late at Night.

Sylvester Stallone and the cast and crew of Creed return to the Art Museum steps to take a jab at rebooting a classic franchise.

John Stamos brings new blood to the long-running series ER.

Clive Standen exercises his particular set of skills in the television version of Taken.

Sullivan Stapleton lets us in on some of the secrets of the new hit series Blindspot.
Jason Statham-The tough Brit doesn't play it Safe with us.
Shadoe Stevens-Behind the scenes with one of the greatest voices in show biz.
Patrick Stewart-The king of the franchises returns for X-Men: The Last Stand.
Peter Stickles-Takes a bite out of acting in The Lair.
Ben Stiller-A superstar goes behind the scenes with Submarine.
Fred Stoller-The professional nebbishy guy next door looks back at his acting career with Maybe We'll Have You Back: The Life of a Professional TV Guest Star.
Steven Strait goes way back in time as the hero in the action/adventure 10,000 BC.
David Strathairn (2005 Interview) and his co-stars George Clooney, Patricia Clarkson and Grant Heslov wish us Good Night, and Good Luck.
David Strathairn (2008 Interview) pays tribute to blacklisted writer Dalton Trumbo in a new documentary.
Wes Studi-The acclaimed Native American actor takes on two very different projects, the small labor of love The Only Good Indian and the blockbuster hit Avatar.

Jim Sturgess (2008 Interview)-A British actor beats the house as a MIT-trained gambling prodigy in 21.

Jim Sturgess (2011 Interview) falls in love over the decades in One Day.

Donald Sutherland, Rachel Hurd-Wood, James D'Arcy and Courtney Solomon survive An American Haunting.
D.B. Sweeney-The actor steps behind the camera with Two Tickets to Paradise.

Jorma Taccone and his Lonely Island band mates take on the big screen with Popstar - Never Stop Never Stopping.

Miles Teller and his co-horts in Fantastic Four take on a legendary comic book franchise.

Billy Bob Thornton gives his own take on a classic with the remake of The Bad News Bears.
Justin Timberlake, Emile Hirsch, Ben Foster, Anton Yelchin and Shawn Hatosy decide who is the Alpha Dog.
Stanley Tucci (2010 interview) reunites with Meryl Streep as the man behind a legendary chef and TV star in Julie and Julia.

Stanley Tucci (2013 interview) and his cohorts look at the effects of 60s radicalism in the new millennium in The Company You Keep.

John Turturro-Takes a layered, multi-cultural look at modern New York with Fading Gigolo.
United Stages-Helping to keep off-off-Broadway viable.
Usher-The R&B superstar gets In the Mix of moviemaking.
Wilmer Valderrama (2006 interview)-The That 70s Show favorite takes time out of his busy social life to make a splash in the movies with Unaccompanied Minors and Fast Food Nation.
Wilmer Valderrama (2012 interview)-The That 70s Show vet takes up against bullying with a new charitable initiative.
Tom Verica-The American Dreams dad's long road to Hollywood took him back to Philadelphia.
Mark Wahlberg returns to the streets in Four Brothers.
Christopher Walken-The sanest man in Hollywood on his film Around the Bend.
Benjamin Walker becomes the latest great white hope for the Great White Way with the hit Broadway musical Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson.
Christoph Waltz-The Austrian actor continues to thrill in his second Tarantino film Django Unchained.
Patrick Warburton-The manly star of the sitcom Rules of Engagement is looking to stretch out.
Chris Warren, Jr.-The High School Musical co-star submerges himself in a new role and returns to a beloved older one.
Denzel Washington and Russell Crowe take a look at opposite sides of the law in American Gangster.
Ken Watanabe-Takes a look at World War II from the other side in Clint Eastwood's Letters from Iwo Jima.
Fred Weller goes back into witness protection with the return of In Plain Sight.
Forest Whitaker-Hollywood's best-kept acting secret finally catches Oscar's eye with The Last King of Scotland.
Barry Williams-Here's the story of a guy who played Greg Brady.
Robin Williams hits the road in the family comedy RV.
Bruce Willis refuses to be a Hostage to life in Sin City.
Patrick Wilson fights off evil spirits in The Conjuring and Insidious: Chapter 2.
Rainn Wilson (2005 Interview) lets us in on Office politics and the cult hit comedy.
Rainn Wilson (2008 Interview)-America's favorite annoying Office drone gets to do his solo in The Rocker.
Henry Winkler-A TV icon takes his act to the beach on Royal Pains.
Ray Winstone plays an Epic CGI warrior in Beowulf.
Elijah Wood, Liev Schreiber and Eugene Hutz reflect on Everything is Illuminated.

Bokeem Woodbine and the cast of Fargo give us a look in at the second season, oh ya.

Tom Wopat-This good ol' boy left Hazzard County behind for the lights of Broadway.
Noah Wyle returns to series TV with Steven Spielberg's sci-fi vision Falling Skies.

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