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FEATURE INTERVIEWS FROM U TO Z

Liv Ullmann-The legendary actress looks back at her artistic and personal partnership with Ingmar Bergman.
Uncle Kracker-The new millennial pop star takes on the 90s Under the Sun Tour.
Carrie Underwood-This self-acknowledged sweet country girl has become our idol.

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United Stages-Helping to keep off-off-Broadway viable.
Lee Unkrich-Helps us relive our childhood while closing out the Toy Story saga.
Usher-The R&B superstar gets In the Mix of moviemaking.
Us3-The jazz hip-hop collective returns with more of their flip fantasia.
Jasmine V-An up-and-coming star makes the jump from child actress to hit singer.
Brooke Valentine-Lil Jon's protégée chases music stardom with "Girl Fight."
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.
Frankie Valli-The original Jersey Boy releases his first new album in 28 years.
Gus Van Sant and the cast of Milk make a labor of love to remind us of an important but mostly forgotten slain politician and activist.
vee.gif (62721 bytes) Bobby Vee-Taking a look backwards with a 60s singing rage as he hits the comeback trail.
Jaci Velasquez sings for her life, her beliefs, beauty and grace.
Sofia Vergara-Takes a layered, multi-cultural look at modern New York with Fading Gigolo.
Tom Verica-The American Dreams dad's long road to Hollywood took him back to Philadelphia.
A Very Brady Musical-Lloyd Schwartz and Hope Juber give a new twist to the family business.
Mark Wahlberg returns to the streets in Four Brothers.
John Waite-The great pop singer returns with Live All Access.
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.
Stephen Walker-A documentary filmmaker looks at aging and comes away feeling Young@Heart.
The Wallflowers-Jakob Dylan and the boys are Glad All Over to be releasing their first album in seven years.
Quvenzhané Wallis-The youngest Oscar nominee ever takes on Beasts of Southern Wild.
Amanda Walsh revisits a classic with WarGames-The Dead Code.
John Walter-The documentary filmmaker looks at the link between theater and war through the eyes of Bertold Brecht and Meryl Streep.
Christoph Waltz-The Austrian actor continues to thrill in his second Tarantino film Django Unchained.
Wang Chung-The band that was "Abducted by the 80s" is now taking on the new millennium with Tazer Up!
The Wanted chat with us backstage at Jingle Ball 2012.
Patrick Warburton-The manly star of the sitcom Rules of Engagement is looking to stretch out.
Steve Ward (2009 interview) gives relationship boot camp on the popular VH1 series Tough Love.
Steve Ward (2012 interview)-The host of the hit VH1 series Tough Love: New Orleans shows us that it's cruel to be kind.
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.
Mia Wasikowska-Takes on her second iconic literary role in just over a year as the lead in Jane Eyre.
Ken Watanabe-Takes a look at World War II from the other side in Clint Eastwood's Letters from Iwo Jima.
Katherine Waterston, John Leguizamo and David Ross take a jaded look at suburbia in The Babysitters.
Dale Watson-Forget what you're getting spoon-fed by Nashville. This is country music.
Naomi Watts-Jumps into some very big footsteps playing the damsel in distress in King Kong.
Sigourney Weaver strays from the Hollywood system to make thoughtful films like Imaginary Heroes.
webb1.gif (60428 bytes) Jimmy Webb (1999 Interview)-Classic tunesmith's book looks at the crazed world of professional songwriting.
Jimmy Webb (2010 Interview)-The legendary singer/songwriter returns with a new album with the help of some friends.
chucke.gif (123181 bytes) Chuck E. Weiss-Legendary LA hipster discusses his first new album released in eighteen years.
Rachel Weisz-The actress explores her social conscience in The Constant Gardener.
Chris Weitz-A big time director visits LA's ignored neighborhoods in A Better Life.
Fred Weller goes back into witness protection with the return of In Plain Sight.
Dawn Wells-Who knew that a three-hour tour would end up lasting almost 50 years now?  One of two potential answers to one of the great debates of modern life (Ginger or Mary Ann?) sure didn't know, but is glad it happened.
Tyrone Wells (2007 interview)-Soulful rocker leaves the indies behind and asks us "What Are You Fighting For?"
Tyrone Wells (2015 interview)-The singer-songwriter keeps on his life path with his latest album Roll With It.
Jennifer Westfeldt-The writer, director and star lets us in on some secrets about Friends with Kids.
Jerry Wexler-The man who coined the term "rhythm and blues" looks back on a career of classic rock and soul.
Forest Whitaker-Hollywood's best-kept acting secret finally catches Oscar's eye with The Last King of Scotland.
Matt White-The young singer-songwriter looks forward to his Best Days.
Wayne White-The cracked genius artist behind Pee Wee's Playhouse shows us that Beauty is Embarrasing.

Jacob Whitesides (2014 interview)-A social media superstar is starting to explode on the road.

Jacob Whitesides (2016 interview)-Checking back in with our old buddy on his latest "Lovesick" tour.

The Wiggles-We catch up with the Beatles of the preschool set.
Olivia Wilde-Takes a human look at artificial intelligence with Her.
Barry Williams-Here's the story of a guy who played Greg Brady.
Michelle Williams (2011 Interview) sheds her inhibitions in Blue Valentine.
Michelle Williams (2012 Interview) channels an icon in My Week with Marilyn.
Robin Williams hits the road in the family comedy RV.
Bruce Willis refuses to be a Hostage to life in Sin City.
Dan Wilson-After two decades of great pop-rock, the Grammy winning singer/songwriter finally releases his solo debut album Free Life.
Mary Wilson-The supremely talented girl group pioneer is still making great music.
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.

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

Kate Winslet (2008 Interview)-Goes to new depths in the heartbreaking film The Reader.
Kate Winslet (2009 Interview)-reunites with her Titanic sweetheart Leonardo DiCaprio in Revolutionary Road.
Ray Winstone plays an Epic CGI warrior in Beowulf.
Alicia Witt-A well-known actress follows her muse to give her talent at singing a try.

Dick Wolf returns for the final season of Law & Order: Criminal Intent.

Elijah Wood, Liev Schreiber and Eugene Hutz reflect on Everything is Illuminated.
Evan Rachel Wood (2005 Interview)-The young starlet goes bad in Pretty Persuasion.
Evan Rachel Wood (2009 Interview) and the cast of Whatever Works help to welcome Woody Allen back to to New York.

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

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

Woody Woodmansey-The former Spider from Mars drummer opens a new chapter in music with the all-drums trio 3-D.
Lucy Woodward (2008 interview)-The jazzy chanteuse has us Hot and Bothered.
Lucy Woodward (2012 interview)-Catching up with the latest news from our fave chanteuse
Tom Wopat-This good ol' boy left Hazzard County behind for the lights of Broadway.

Joe Wright and the cast and crew of Pan give new life to the classic tale of Peter Pan.

Noah Wyle returns to series TV with Steven Spielberg's sci-fi vision Falling Skies.
"Weird Al" Yankovic-Pop music's parody king reflects on a life of being "White and Nerdy."
Amy Yasbeck-The actress writes a book about her relationship with her beloved late husband, With Love and Laughter, John Ritter.

Necar Zadegan-Our new girlfriend guides us through the second season of Girlfriend's Guide to Divorce.

Warren Zanes-The former alt-rocking Del Fuegos member writes the definitive book on his hero, Petty: The Biography.

Renee Zellweger, Ewan McGregor, Emily Watson and Chris Noonan on Miss Potter.
Catherine Zeta-Jones and Aaron Eckhart have No Reservations about telling us all about their new romantic comedy.
Ziyi Zhang-talking martial arts with the star of Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon, Hero and House of Flying Daggers.
The Zombies-A British invasion group comes back with their finest music ever.
Anthony E. Zuiker-The mind behind CSI looks to reinvent the reading experience with Dark Prophecy.

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