Posts Tagged ‘actor’
Robin Williams passed away Aug. 11, 2014. We all owe him a debt of gratitude for what he has brought to our lives.
The star/producer/co-writer of "Ben's At Home" spoke to The Film Yap about his film, Ben's decision to stay in and the Canadian film scene.
"Joy Ride 3" star Jesse Hutch chats with Yapper Lauren Whalen about his new film, stunts and action stardom, and getting snapped in half.
As it turns out, voicing one of Disney's most iconic characters was the least interesting thing Donnie Dunagan did in his life.
It is good to see a film that deals with the wars in a wholly non-political way, but why focus just on this band?
"Lost in Translation" — in which Bill Murray is as brilliant as he's ever been — continues Nick Rogers' daily look back at the 365 best films of 2000-2009.
He keeps getting cast as standard villains, but he has more depth than that.
Stuhlbarg sat down with The Yap to discuss working with the Coens, his experiences in landing the job and whether this is a film about Jews, for Jews.
Doug waxes poetic on "My Name is Jerry," working with Guillermo del Toro in a hemorrhoid commercial, and a silver junkslip.
Actor Jett Garner lives in Austin, Texas, one of the hotbeds of filmmaking, but he's a Hoosier at heart. Born and raised in Anderson, Garner went to college at Indiana State, and later IUPUI, and worked as a stock broker with Charles Schwab in Indy when he got a call for an audition for some movie called "Star Wars" for a little-know character named Anakin Skywalker.