• Exclusive Interview : Jaime King

    Talks to Moviehole via telephonic device about her role in "My Bloody Valentine 3D"

  • Exclusive Interview : Scarlett Johansson

    Tells Moviehole she's happy to talk about her new movie "The Spirit" - just not her marriage.

  • Exclusive Interview : Gabriel Macht

    Macht stars as the new comic-book hero "The Spirit" and Moviehole had the chance to chat to him about it.

  • Exclusive Interview : Bill Nighy

    Moviehole talks to the versatile actor about his roles in "Valkyrie", "Underworld : Rise of the Lycans" and "G-Force"

  • Exclusive Interview : Michael Sheen

    Michael Sheen is no stranger to playing often iconic, real-life characters, notably Tony Blair and now British journalist and celebrity David Frost. He played the part firstly on stage and now he’s on the big screen in a film that is already being tipped to take out some major awards come...

  • DVD Interview : P.J Pesce

    Despite its budgetary limitations, ”Lost Boys 2 : The Tribe” has had a blazing money-can’t-buy promotional trail attached to it. Funnily enough, the PR didn’t cost the studio a cent. The story goes that both Corey Feldman and Corey Haim were both hired to star in the sequel to Joel Schumacher’s monstrously...

  • Exclusive Interview : Marisa Tomei

    At a very youthful 44, Golden Globe nominee Marisa Tomei is discovering intense, very sexual women to play, such as the stripper and single mother scared to form a romantic relationship with Mickey Rourke’s wrestler. But she loves the challenge and doing sex scenes at this time in her life is no...

  • Interview : Jennifer Aniston

    Talks to Moviehole about "Marley & Me", the new romantic comedy in which she shares the screen with Owen Wilson.

  • Exclusive Interview : Julia Ormond

    Talks to Moviehole about her performance in the Golden Globe Nominated "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button".

  • Interview : Frank Marshall & Kathleen Kennedy

    Frank Marshall and Kathleen Kennedy are two of the most powerful and prolific producers in Hollywood, dating back to the early days of Speilberg [Marshall produced the original ”Raiders”, while Kennedy worked on a little known alien film called ”E.T”. Over two decades later the pair is still growing strong as producers...

  • Exclusive Interview : Evan Rachel Wood

    When we first met seven years ago, Evan Rachel Wood was a mere 13, on the cusp of success. Now at a confident 21, the beautiful young actress has survived adolescence, the prying eyes of the media and early fame, as she continues to take on challenging roles, such as Mickey Rourke’s...

  • Interview : Jon Hamm

    Two years ago Jon Hamm was another struggling actor finding his way through the treacherous waters of Hollywood. Then along comes a little known TV series aired on a US cable network about a bunch of often philandering, chain-smoking ad executives in the 60s called ”Mad Men”, and life for Jon Hamm...

  • Exclusive Interview : Lena Olin

    Still glamorous Lena Olin, that many may recall as Sydney’s duplicitous mother in ”Alias”, returns to.the big screen in the Golden Globe-nominated adaptation of ”The Reader”. The film opens in post-WWII Germany when teenager Michael Berg becomes ill and is helped home by Hanna, a stranger twice his age. Michael recovers from...

  • Interview : Daniel Craig

    British heartthrob Daniel Craig may now be known as 007, but he is as accomplished an actor on stage or screen as exists in Britain. Following on the heels of the critically mixed “Quantum of Solace”, Craig returns to the screen in “Defiance”, the true story of three Jewish brothers who escape...

  • Exclusive Interview : Sigourney Weaver

    Sigourney Weaver has been a part of American film for close to three decades, starring in memorable films, from the ”Alien” franchise, to the much-loved ”Dave”, ”Gorillas in the Mist”, to ”The Ice Storm”, ”Galaxy Quest” and recent roles in the acclaimed ”Girl in the Park” and now as the narrator of...

  • Interview : Scott Derrickson

    Few directors would dare attempt remake one of the true iconic sci-fi classics of all time, but Scott Derrickson decided it was worth the risk. More known as a director of horror, this is Derrickson’s first major Hollywood film, remaking Robert Wise’s sci-fi classic about an alien warning earth about its imminent...

  • Exclusive Interview : Alan Rickman

    Alan Rickman is an actor who moves with effortless ease from mainstream Hollywood through to independent cinema. While movie audiences may know him best as Snape in the Harry Potter franchise, the actor has appeared in a plethora of films dating back to the original Die Hard, Robin Hood, Truly, Madly Deeply...

  • Exclusive Interview : Rob Schmidt

    Clint Morris talks to the "Wrong Turn" director about his new film, also starring Eliza Dushku, "The Alphabet Killer".

  • Exclusive Interview : Hugh Jackman

    Ten years ago then Australian-based journalist Paul Fischer met Hugh Jackman who was promoting a new Australian film, “Erskineville Kings”. A decade on, and Jackman has returned to the industry that began his own journey to stardom, and reflects on a career that culminates with his starring role in the new epic...

  • Exclusive Interview : Michael Rappaport

    Michael Rapaport stars as a metermaid who thinks he has superpowers in “Special” but this is not your average superhero movie. Rappaport, who recently starred in the TV Sitcom “The War at Home”, as well stints on ”My Name is Earl” and ”Prison Break”, completed this movie back in 2006 and is...

  • Exclusive Interview : Kate Beckinsale

    Beautiful Brit Kate Beckinsale has no difficulties, it seems, finding roles that get her juices flowing. Her latest, as a journalist whose outing of a CIA operative results in incarceration, is a case in point in the new political drama “Nothing But the Truth”. The Los Angeles resident is busy juggling motherhood,...

  • Exclusive Interview : Bryan Brown

    Bryan Brown has been an entrenched part of Australian cinema since its resurgence in the late 70s. From small roles in the likes of the classic Newsfront, the rugged Aussie won acclaim for starring roles in ”Breaker Morant”, ”Stir”, ”Winter of our Dreams”, ”Far East”, TVs ”A Town Like Alice” and ”The...

  • Exclusive Interview : Baz Luhrmann

    When it comes to defining an original voice in film today, Australia’s Baz Luhrmann leaves a unique stamp on conventional genres, from musicals to Shakespeare and with his latest film, the much talked about ”Australia”, comes his ambitious take on the classic romantic epic. 46-year old Mark Anthony Luhrmann grew up in...

  • Exclusive Interview : Kristin Chenoweth

    Bubbly and funny Kristin Chenoweth may be best known as one of Broadway’s hottest performers, but she has certainly made inroads into Hollywood of late. The Tony-award winning actress, whose latest Broadway hit was “Wicked”, can be currently seen in what might be the last season of TV’s idiosyncratic “Pushing Daisies”, and...

  • Exclusive Interview : Kristen Stewart

    Beautiful, confident and intelligent eighteen-year old Kristen Stewart doesn’t suffer fools gladly. One who refuses to play the game, she has always been drawn to smaller films that impassion her. “Twilight”, the hugely successful literary franchise, is a bigger movie for the actress, but playing the role of the isolated Bella who...

  • Interview : Robert Pattinson

    British actor Robert Pattinson had no idea what he was letting himself in for when he auditioned for, and won the plum role, of brooding vampire Edward Cullen, in the much anticipated film version of the best selling novel “Twilight”. Though he had exposure, to some extent, with big movies such as...

  • Interview : Stephenie Meyer

    Not even novelist Stephenie Meyer could have predicted the impact her series of vampire novels would have on a new generation of adolescent girls. America’s answer to the “Harry Potter” franchise in literary circles, her books have redefined a genre. Her first novel, “Twilight”, has been adapted into a highly anticipated film,...

  • Interview : Emile Hirsch

    Emile Hirsch is one of those actors difficult to define. Never playing the same character twice, the actor goes from the likes of “Speed Racer” to playing real-life gay activist Cleve Jones in “Milk” – director Gus van Sant’s touching and powerful biopic of the late San Francisco gay icon Harvey Milk....

  • Exclusive Interview : Josh Zuckerman

    There’s the fact that it’s a teenage comedy full of pooh and fart jokes, and then there’s the element of it fixing on a shy teenager whose out to lose his virginity, but Sex Drive star Josh Zuckerman says that’s probably where the similarities to American Pie end. “I know some people...

  • Exclusive Interview : Nanette Burstein

    “American Teen” is the heartbreaking and hilarious Sundance hit that follows the lives of four teenagers – a jock, the popular girl, the artsy girl and the geek – in one small town in Indiana through their senior year of high school.Davin Sgargetta caught up with the film’s director, Nanette Burstein to...

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