Benedict Cumberbatch is currently starring as Kahn in Star Trek Into Darkness, where he has received great reviews. Later this year, Cumberbatch returns to the big screen as WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange, who released classified information to the public in the drama The Fifth Estate. The film is directed by Academy Award winner Bill Condon. You can bet there will be a lot of movie award talk for this film, including for Cumberbatch’s performance.
Cumberbatch says the role was very challenging, and feels that he has a moral obligation to portray Assange in the best way possible. (Click on the media bar below to hear Benedict Cumberbatch)
“Aside from being one of the best performers in the world, Bruno Mars is also a prolific songwriter. Mars writes his own songs, including his latest hit, When I Was Your Man, and has also written for many different artists including Adam Levine, Travie McCoy, and Flo Rida.
Mars told us that he takes great pride in his songwriting, and works very hard in every aspect to make the song great”
Jesse Spencer stars as Lieutenant Matthew Casey on the NBC hit drama, Chicago Fire. Playing a firefighter has made Spencer appreciate firefighters, who sacrifice their lives to save others. His role has really made him pay more attention to those who are first responders, not just in Chicago, but all around the world.
Bones returns for its ninth season this fall on FOX. Season after season, the show continues to amaze its audience. Bones has one of the most loyal fans bases, and star David Boreanaz told us that he continues to be amazed by it.
Saoirse Ronan (Hanna, Atonement) stars in ‘The Host,’ a film based on Stephenie Meyer’s bestselling novel. In this clip, she talks about the advantages of playing two characters in the film (she plays a woman who is battling for control over the possession of her body with an alien!)
Over the past several years, television has developed many great female roles. Whether it is dramas like Scandal and The Good Wife or comedies like Mike & Molly, television is the place to go for strong female roles.
Dana Delany, who stars as Medical examiner Megan Hunt in the ABC procedural drama Body of Proof, has had a great career in television and films. She told us that a lot of female stars are realizing that television is the place to be to find strong characters. She also said that it’s fun to play one character.
Catch Dana Delany in Body of Proof, Tuesday nights 10/9 central on ABC.
We want to believe it hasn’t been that long since we first met FBI agents Mulder and Scully on “The X-Files.” But the truth is out there: The show will be 21 years old this September.
That hasn’t stopped the show’s hardcore fans from being as passionate about “The X-Files” today as when it was on the air. If anything, absence has made their hearts grow fonder – and more anxious to see their heroes come together again.
David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson have repeatedly said they remain open to the possibility of a third “X-Files” movie, and they spoke to us about why they think their chemistry – as characters and actors – helps “The X-Files” stand the test of time.
Many are anticipating the season premiere of the Fox hit series, Bones, which returns for its ninth season on September 16. The end of the season eight finale left fans clambering for answers. We caught up with Bones star David Boreanaz, who gave us a preview of the new season. He told us that Booth is going to be facing a lot of challenges, and Emily Deschanel says it’s going to be an emotional season.
As many know by now, heartthrob movie star Josh Duhamel and his wife, singer Fergie, are expecting their first child. The couple are elated, and while promoting his latest film, Scenic Route, Duhamel told us that Fergie is doing great, and he can’t wait to meet his son. (Click on the media bar below to hear Josh Duhamel)
Scenic Route can currently be seen on VOD and will open in theaters August 23.
Movies that don’t exist but should: When a zombie outbreak threatens Hollywood, the world turns to…Bruce Campbell. Horror B-movie actors (all playing exaggerated versions of themselves) are forced to band together against the threat and keep it from spreading outside Southern California. Like Galaxy Quest, but with more zombies.