Christian Bale leads a stellar cast in Out of the Furnace, which we might see at the 2014 Academy Awards
“In the desert you can remember your name”–A Horse With No Name (Used in Breaking Bad‘s Season 3 Ep. 2 “Caballo Sin Nombre”) Last week’s second-to-last hour of Breaking Bad, “Granite State,” may have been one of the series’ most enigmatic episodes–and one that requires a few viewings to see it
Bad broke. Last week I began talking about the ending of Breaking Bad, which according to Forbes is the Best. Show. Ever., and what you might have missed about previous episodes. Now, all of those 2,000 or so words seem like just a small fraction of what can be said
Click here for our review of The Family, out today in theaters everywhere! To promote The Family, its four members Robert De Niro, Michelle Pfeiifer, Dianna Agron, and John D’Leo reunited for a press conference in New York City and answered a few questions about the film. We were there, and it
I sat down recently with The Family‘s John D’Leo, who spoke about working with such a stellar cast in Robert De Niro, Michelle Pfeiffer, Dianna Agron, and Tommy Lee Jones, as well as the advantages and difficulties of being a young actor (he is only 18 and has not only
Screen Invasion sat down with PRINCE AVALANCHE stars Paul Rudd and Emile Hirsch to discuss the film and their careers.
Scene Invasion spoke with the stars of The English Teacher, Julianne Moore and Michael Angarano at the Crosby Street Hotel in downtown Manhattan.