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In Tomorrowland, the lapel pin transports you to the futuristic land in the blink of an eye. Grae Drake asks stars George Clooney, Britt Robertson, and Raffey Cassidy where they'd like to go in a flash if they could. Clooney also expands on his booby-trapped car and penchant for stretching the truth when it came to the science fairs of his youth.
Blythe Danner, Sam Elliott, Rhea Perlman, June Squibb, Mary Kay Place, Malin Akerman, and Martin Starr are so great together in I'll See You In My Dreams that Grae Drake pitches them a TV show idea to keep them all together forever. The result is TV history in the making.
Pitch Perfect 2 stars Skylar Astin, Ben Platt, Flula Borg, Brittany Snow, Hailee Steinfeld, and Birgitte Hjort Sørensen take the Rotten Tomatoes Songmaster Challenge, in which Grae Drake puts their song knowledge to the test. Who will win ultimate bragging rights?!
Mad Max surges onto the Fury Road in George Miller's fourth film in the series starring Tom Hardy, Charlize Theron, Nicholas Hoult, Zoe Kravitz, and Courtney Eaton. Grae Drake discusses the beauty in the details of the film, what it's like to be tied to the hood of a car, the film's blooper reel, and what the cast and director think happened to Furiosa's (missing) arm.
Grae Drake talks to Reese Witherspoon and Sofia Vergara from Hot Pursuit about being handcuffed together, and who enjoyed it more. Also, director Anne Fletcher weighs in on who she would like to spend time shackled to.
In documentarian Albert Maysles film Iris, he illustrates how the life of fashionista Iris Apfel continues long past any trend on the runway. Grae Drake finds out how from the woman herself how to live life to the fullest, Iris-style.
Carey Mulligan, Matthias Schoenaerts, and Michael Sheen all star in Far From the Madding Crowd. It might seem on the surface like a period piece adapted from the Thomas Hardy novel (and it is), but Grae Drake thinks they were the first real-life superheroes.
Superheroes were out in force to talk about Avengers: Age of Ultron with Grae Drake. Director Joss Whedon and stars Chris Hemsworth, Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson, Mark Ruffalo, Jeremy Renner, Cobie Smulders, James Spader, and Paul Bettany share what Hulk tastes like, Kevin Feige's true identity, and how paychecks help soften any kind of makeup hell you find yourself in.
If Blake Lively's ageless character Adaline were real, she'd have been around for a lot of summer movies. But this is real life, so Grae Drake gets Blake Lively and Michiel Huisman to pick just one that really got them excited during those hot summer months.
Michael Rapaport and Jakob Salvati star in Little Boy, which has the cinematic power to make you go call your dad (after you stop crying, of course). The movie's portrayal of finding inspiration in a hopeless world is what stuck with Grae Drake, so she asks the actors whose influence really moves them.
Russell Crowe is no stranger to directing, but his film The Water Diviner marks a new era in his work behind and in front of the camera. About the aftermath of the Battle of Gallipoli, the film shows beautiful landscapes that were the backdrop of the brutality of war. Grae Drake talks to him about how he captured that with cinematographer Andrew Leslie.
Jeremy Irvine and Michael Douglas star in Beyond the Reach, shot in unfavorable conditions in New Mexico. Irvine tells Grae Drake how to wear as few clothes as possible in the heat and not die, plus, Michael Douglas talks about how fun it is to be a villain and what movie props of his he's actually kept.
Jonah Hill, James Franco, and Felicity Jones star in True Story, about New York times reporter Michael Finkel and accused killer Christian Longo. Our New York correspondent Mark Seman finds out whether there are any fibs the actors have told that they'd like to come clean about.
Shelley Hennig, Moses Jacob Storm, Will Peltz, Courtney Halverson, and Jacob Wysocki star in Unfriended, a supernatural tale about friends who are haunted by a mysterious presence they suspect could be their dead friend. Grae Drake dialed into their Skype session to find out who they would unfriend in real life.
Charlie Cox and Rosario Dawson star in the Netflix series Daredevil, available for steaming April 9th. In honor of Murdock's echo-location and super hearing, Grae Drake has them identify other characters from the Marvel Universe using only their ears.
Naomi Watts stars in Noah Baumbach's latest film While We're Young, where she hangs out with her movie husband's new young friends and even takes a hip hop class. Grae Drake discusses the ruthlessness of youth, and why she should either have a baby or just enroll in fitness classes.
Jim Parsons, Steve Martin, and Rihanna all star in the new Fox animated feature Home directed by Tim Johnson, about an Earth takeover by aliens called the Boov. Grae Drake gets to the bottom of their differences and similarities from the Boov, and whether or not they find themselves running towards danger or away from it. Plus, they discuss what an adorable takeover the film ends up being.
In his latest film Danny Collins, Al Pacino plays a singer who has that ONE super famous song...so Grae Drake asks him how much of a singer he is in real life. Bobby Cannavale jumps in to talk about singalongs with Pacino, and Annette Bening confesses her karaoke shame. And then...the most patriotic few words ever sung, belted out by the man himself.
Shailene Woodley, Theo James, Miles Teller, Ansel Elgort, and Octavia Spencer all came out in support of their new film The Divergent Series: Insurgent. Miles Teller is kind enough to give a scoop on the upcoming Fantastic Four, Shai and Theo talk about hair prejudice in the world, Ansel wants to be clear about his running abilities, and the entire cast rolls up their sleeves and plays a feisty game of Name That Movie Box.