Tag Archives: Q&A
Perhaps the most prolific and reliable character actor of the last 20 years, Luis Guzman is nothing short of an American treasure. Think of your favorite movie right now — was Luis Guzman in it? There is statistically a 23.9% chance you just said "Yes." That's Luis's career in a nutshell. No one plays the goofy, lovable criminal, sidekick or law enforcement officer better than Guzman, and everyone in Hollywood knows it — that's why he's been in approximately 5,891 movies since 1990.
Guzman recently co-starred in "The Last Stand" with Arnold Schwarzenegger and Johnny Knoxville, where he played a deputy sheriff to Schwarzenegger's head honcho. "The Last Stand" is now available on Blu-ray and DVD.
Luis recently spoke with NextMovie about "The Power of Love," turning down Adam Sandler's private jet, and "Do It." Get More »
They say that anything too stupid to be said should be sung, and we here at NextMovie take maxims like that very seriously. So when it came time to interview Chris O'Dowd and Jessica Mauboy about their upcoming flick "The Sapphires," in which they, respectively, play a band manager and a member of an Aboriginal girl group desperate to make it big in any way possible, we knew that a simple spoken interview was out of the question. Get More »
The London-born Dominic Cooper has very quickly established himself as an indispensable character actor in both independent and big-budget films, with roles in "Captain America" and "Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter" contrasted with those in "My Week with Marilyn" and "An Education."
He recently co-starred in "Dead Man Down" with Colin Farrell, Noomi Rapace and Terrence Howard, as a cold-blooded gangster who nonetheless carries a sense of optimism about his life.
Cooper recently spoke to NextMovie about the fun in playing crazy guys, the mood of the set of a darker film, and goats in Uganda. Get More »
Zach Braff's name may be among top billed in "Oz the Great and Powerful" — just below James Franco, who plays the titular Oz in the "The Wizard of Oz" prequel, and Michelle Williams, Rachel Weisz and Mila Kunis, who play a trio of warring witches fighting for control of the Emerald City — but don't expect him to have too much face time in the movie. Braff spends the majority of "Oz," which hits theaters in eye-blistering 3D technicolor Friday, voicing the character of Finley, Franco's talking and flying monkey sidekick. In fact, moviegoers will only see Braff's visage, familiar from a decade on air as a goofy doctor on the sitcom "Scrubs," for only a few minutes in the film's first act.
Braff chatted briefly with NextMovie ahead of the wide release of "Oz," revealing his spirit animal, his unusual passion for "Baby Got Back," and getting the most bang for your buck. Get More »
It's time to get past the haircut. Keri Russell certainly has.
In fact, the former "Felicity" star has moved so far beyond her famous pixie cut that she's now realizing that there's something else out there — namely, aliens. That's right, Russell's latest project is the sci-fi/horror film "Dark Skies." She plays a mother under siege from all angles: financial, familial and supernatural. When strange things start happening, such as her youngest son claiming visits from "the sandman," unexplained items moving inexplicably throughout the house and scary episodes she can't remember, Russell's character takes matters into her own hands, to thrilling result.
NextMovie sat down with Russell in New York City ahead of the movie to discuss her thoughts on aliens, the time she almost drowned while hanging out with Anthony Kiedis and, yes, the haircut. Get More »