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November 29, 2007

Philip Seymour Hoffman on The Savages
He plays a grown sibling dealing with an absentee father who now needs elderly care.

November 28, 2007

Laura Linney on The Savages
Everybody wants to compare this film to something else...

November 27, 2007

Phil LaMarr on Futurama and Bender's Big Score
He does the voice of Hermes.
Marie-Josee Croze on The Diving Bell and the Butterfly
Her character teaches Bauby how to speak with one eye. Imagine that...
Amy Adams on Enchanted
She voiced Giselle, the quintessential Disney heroine, and then played a live-action version of her.

November 26, 2007

Julian Schnabel Talks The Diving Bell and the Butterfly
It may seem like another French film, but is is an American concept.
Frank Darabont on Stephen King
Their relationship goes way back.
David Herman on Futurama and Bender's Big Score
He does many random supporting voices.
Jack Black on Margot at the Wedding
His indie foray was the other extreme...
James Marsden on Enchanted
A Disney animated hero coming to modern day New York is a formula for comic misadventure.

November 24, 2007

Hitman Violence
Definitely not bloodless.

November 21, 2007

Timothy Olyphant Talks Hitman
He's here to set the record straight.
David X Cohen on Futurama and Bender's Big Score
Fans will be happy to see the whole gang back on screen.
Patrick Dempsey on Enchanted
His character is stuck in the real world.
Frank Darabont Satisfied with The Mist
With great films behind him, this is a big claim.

November 20, 2007

Frank Darabont on The Mist Monsters
Stephen King can describe whatever kind of scary creature he wants.
Susan Sarandon Goes Evil for Enchanted
She hams it up like the cartoon villain she is.
Billy West on Futurama and Bender's Big Score
The creators of the movie put together a solid package of extras.

November 19, 2007

Stephen Schwartz and Alan Menken on Enchanted
Duo discuss the film's music.
Timothy Olyphant Introduces Us to Agent 47
He's essentially this guy...

November 18, 2007

Kelly MacDonald on No Country for Old Men
She does such an impeccable southern accent...

November 15, 2007

Ray Winstone is Beowulf
His body of work has made him a trusted character actor, but not a mega star.
Ethan Coen on No Country for Old Men
The Coen Brothers are now able to share screen credit for directing together.

November 14, 2007

Crispin Glover on Beowulf
The long awaited reunion of the actor and director Robert Zemeckis.
Javier Bardem an Assassin in No Country for Old Men
His role is generating some Oscar buzz.
Giovanna Mezzogiorno on Love in the Time of Cholera
She plays the love interest Farmina from 17 to 70.

November 13, 2007

John Malkovich on Beowulf
Malkovich took the motion-capture process in stride.
Josh Brolin Finds No Country for Old Men
He may be the star, but he has few lines.

November 12, 2007

Neil Gaiman on Beowulf
Neil Gaiman is best known for his visual work in graphic novels.
Mike Newell on Love in the Time of Cholera
The epic romance had to be condensed for a two-hour film.
Joel Coen on No Country for Old Men
He followed Cormac McCarthy's novel almost to the tee.
Newell Enlightens Us on Prince of Persia
He's been working on the project the past five days.

November 11, 2007

Vince Vaughn on Fred Claus
He has been credited for bringing back R-rated comedies, which this isn't.

November 8, 2007

Paul Giamatti a Brother to Fred Claus
He plays an offbeat version of Santa Claus.
Wes Bentley Stalks P2
At times he winged it.
Gary Rydstrom on Pixar's Lifted
Another project included in Pixar Shorts.

November 7, 2007

Kevin Spacey Fred Claus's Efficiency Expert
He plays the bad guy, but that wasn't important to Spacey.
Alexander Aja on P2
He produced the thriller from an idea he co-wrote.
Andrew Jimenez on Pixar's One Man Band
Short attached to Pixar Shorts.

November 6, 2007

Joel Silver on Fred Claus
Certainly not the guy you think of for comedy.
Rachel Nichols on P2
Trapped in a parking garage, she must use her wits and skills to escape.

November 5, 2007

Franck Khalfoun on P2
The director is confined to the space of a parking garage.
David Dobkin on Fred Claus
Wedding Crashers helmer reteams with Vince Vaughn for the first time since.
Dan Scanlon on Mater and the Ghostlight
The DVD features an all new short starring the characters of the film.
Patton Oswalt Talks About the Ratatouille DVD
The DVD features an all new short starring the characters of the film.

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