• Interview : Seann William Scott

    Seann William Scott would be the first to admit if he’s done a stinker. But he returns to his more hardcore comedic roots, those he found on the original “American Pie” films, playing an energy drink representative whose unsavoury behaviour lands him and a close friend and partner in a Big Brother...

  • Interview : Leigh Whannell & Nathan Phillips

    The stars of "Dying Breed" talk to Clint Morris about the trend of shooting a trailer and sending that to studios to gauge interest in a movie, rather than sending them a script (or in addition to), which is actually what the producers of this Aussie cannibal movie did.

  • Exclusive Interview : Marc Forster

    There is no doubt that Swiss director Marc Forster is nothing if not diverse. His credits range from the challenging likes of “Monster’s Ball”, to the sweet “Finding Neverland”, the commercial thriller “Stay” and the poignant “The Kite Runner”. His latest film takes him to his largest cinematic canvas to date, directing...

  • Interview : David Thewlis

    British actor David Thewlis may be best known to audiences these days as one of the many regulars of the Harry Potter franchise. But Thewlis is a celebrated author and actor on stage and screen, always pushing the envelope from his work in Mike Leigh’s “Naked”, making out with Leonardo DiCaprio in...

  • Interview : Daniel Craig

    Daniel Craig may be one of the world’s hottest stars these days thanks to a certain secret agent he plays, but donning the 007 mantel hasn’t been all smiles and roses. Sporting a shoulder injury but a smile, the affable and eloquent British actor talked to Paul Fischer about the pros and...

  • Exclusive Interview : Steven Jacobson

    Clint Morris talks to the director of "Centre Stage : Turn it Up". “When they told me I just about fell off my chair”, says a jovial Jacobson. “I’m coming back to Melbourne on Saturday and plan on going to see it...

  • Interview : Philip Seymour Hoffman

    Few actors take as many risks as an actor than the formidable Philip Seymour Hoffman. To be seen later this year in the highly anticipated Doubt, the Oscar winner first will be seen in the rather odd Charlie Kaufman-directed “Synecdoche, New York”. Of course if you ask Mr Hoffman it wasn’t that...

  • Exclusive Interview : Kristin Scott Thomas

    Elegant, outspoken and always fascinating, British actress Kristin Scott Thomas has come a long way since audiences fell in love with her in the classic “Four Weddings and a Funeral”. The bilingual actress calls Paris home these days, where she shoots many a French language film including “I’ve Loved You So Long”,...

  • Interview : Rachel Rhee

    If you’ve been away from the Internet for six months, you may not have heard of Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog, an internet musical written by Joss Whedon, his brothers Jed and Zack and Maurissa Tancharoen. The 45 minute feature stars Neil Patrick Harris, Nathan Fillion and Felicia Day, and was a smash...

  • Interview : Seth Green

    Seth Green may well be the hardest working funny man in Hollywood. A performer and writer, Green continues to tickle the proverbial funny bone in “Sex Drive” which revolves around eighteen-year old Ian who finally gets the opportunity to lose his virginity when a woman he meets on-line offers to have sex...

  • Exclusive Interview : Mila Kunis

    Beautiful and funny Mila Kunis may be best known as the self-involved and outspoken Jackie Burkhart on “That ’70s Show” but the luminous actress established a prosperous career in acting before even graduating from high school. A native of Ukraine, Kunis also provided the voice for the character of Meg Griffin on...

  • Exclusive Interview : Jennifer Carpenter

    Kentucky native Jennifer Carpenter has come a long way since her break out performance in ”The Exorcism of Emily Rose”. Now also a series regular on the critically acclaimed ”Dexter”, Carpenter returns to horror in the remake of the Spanish horror flick, ”Rec”, now ”Quarantine”. The film revolves around television reporter Angela...

  • Exclusive Interview : Mike Leigh

    Mike Leigh remains one of the most original and exciting cinematic voices of his generation, an iconic filmmaker who has transformed the face of British cinema in the past four decades. His process, an intensive collaborative one in which the actors help create their characters, has been the constant approach that has...

  • Exclusive Interview : Anne Hathaway

    One of Hollywood’s most sought after actresses, beautiful and confident Anne Hathaway says she was finally ready to take on the tough role of a drug-addicted sister who returns home from rehab to spend the weekend with her sister, Rachel, and the rest of her dysfunctional family. Last seen in the bigger...

  • Interview : Mila Kunis

    Moviehole talks to the beautiful Mila Kunis (TVs “That 70’s Show”, “Forgetting Sarah Marshall”) about her role in the action-packed “Max Payne”. In this one-on-one interview, Gaynor Flynn learns about her weapons training, fitness regime and how she enjoyed working with the-artist-formerly-known-as-Marky-Mark. Tell me about your character in Max Payne. I play...

  • Exclusive Interview : Alan Ball

    Clint Morris talks to the "Towelhead" director. Set in 1991, it tells the story of Jasira, a young woman trying to find her way in the world. When Jasira's mother finds out what has been going on between her boyfriend and her thirteen-year-old daughter, she has to make a choice - and...

  • Exclusive Interview : Vince Colosimo

    The Australian actor starring in "Body of Lies" with Russell Crowe and Leonardo Di Caprio talks to Clint Morris. "I learnt so much on this film. I've gained a lot of knowledge and wisdom. That's all that matters", says Colosimo. "You go where the work is. I'm not going to say ‘I'm...

  • Exclusive Interview : Dane Cook

    Clint catches up with the "My Best Friend's Girl" star in Australia. “I wanted to do one more R-rated comedy”, the star of the sexy 2007 comedy ''Good Luck Chuck'', co-starring Jessica Alba, says. “I know that my fan demographic is vast, but I wanted to do another R-rated film. I’d done...

  • Exclusive Interview : Derek Luke

    Ever since his breakout role in “Antwone Fisher”, 34-year old Derek Luke has been in high demand. Currently part of the ensemble cast in Spike Lee’s “Miracle of St. Anna”, the award-winning actor has much going on, including playing Sean Combs in the upcoming Notorious. In ‘St. Anna’, Luke plays 2nd Staff...

  • Interview : Brendan Fraser

    Clint talks to the "Journey 3D" star in Melbourne. "It hasn't been done like this before", says Fraser, before giving us a refresher course on how we got to here. "Someone had the idea of putting an audio track alongside video....The talkies...The dream then moved forward. We had Technicolor, television... Encino Man...

  • Exclusive Interview : Tim Robbins

    Activist, director, actor, writer and Oscar winner are just some of mantels bestowed upon Tim Robbins, who co-stars in the new Indie feature, The Lucky Ones, that premiered at this year’s Toronto Film Festival. Born in West Covina, California, but raised in New York City, Tim Robbins is the son of former...

  • Exclusive Interview : Alan Ball

    Alan Ball is one of the most original voices in film and television today, from his adaptation of American Beauty, to his groundbreaking Six Feet Under, Ball is a new voice for a new generation. Ball makes his long-awaited theatrical directorial debut on Towelhead, based on the acclaimed novel, that follows the...

  • Interview : Michelle Yeoh

    She’s been dubbed the queen of martial arts, but there’s more to Malaysian born actress Michelle Yeoh than high-energy action stunts. ”Memoirs of a Geisha” and ”Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon” proved the actress is dramatically on par with the best of them. So much so that these days she works as much...

  • Exclusive Interview : Roberto Orci

    Clint Morris talks to the "Eagle Eye" producer. In the space of ten years, Mexican-born screenwriter come producer Roberto Orci has - excuse the pun - transformed from struggling writer to an in-demand blockbuster scribe and producer.

  • Interview : Keira Knightley

    There seems there is a lot in common between British actress Keira Knightley and her latest cinematic incarnation, Georgiana, The Duchess of Devonshire. Both are fashion icons, celebrities and compelling in their own way. The truer story of the 18th century superstar of sorts who ended up living with both her husband...

  • Interview : Jeremy Irons

    Oscar winning Brit Jeremy Irons is very picky when it comes to leaving one of his many British homes to take on a Hollywood role, but the idea of playing the antagonistic cattle baron in the Ed Harris-directed western, “Appaloosa”, was clearly roo good to pass up. In a...

  • Interview : Dane Cook

    A stand up comedian for nearly two decades, Dane Cook is making quite the reputation these days as a serious actor, not just a comic one. He does both in his new film, My Best Friend’s Girl, in which Cook plays Tank who faces the ultimate test of friendship when his best...

  • Interview : Ricky Gervais

    British funny man, satirist and writer Ricky Gervais rose to international prominence in the acclaimed British sitcom ”The Office”. His follow-up series, ”Extras”, received widespread critical acclaim. A brilliantly sardonic observer of social mores, he is now the star of the Hollywood movie, ”Ghost Town”, that premiered at the recent Toronto Film...

  • Interview : Will Ferrell & John C. Reilly

    If there’s anything Will Ferrell’s latest movies have lacked, it’s balls. In ‘’Step Brothers”, a new comedy...

  • Exclusive Interview : Aaron Johnson

    Colin Firth has ”Pride and Prejudice” to thank for his career; Hugh Grant has ”Four Weddings &...

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