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Jonny Weston, Sofia Black D'Elia, Allen Evangelista, Sam Lerner, and Victoria Gardner all star in science fiction flick Project Almanac. Since Weston's character fails miserably at hitting on Black-D'Elia's character, Grae Drake gets the cast to talk about times that happened to them in real life.
Anne Hathaway stars as Franny, a grad student who is estranged from her brother when he gets into a horrible car accident. Grae Drake speaks to Hathaway about what kind of masters she would get if she went back to school--and she reveals the only useful secret talent she has that might keep her safe in the apocalypse.
Blackhat is a cyber-thriller from director Michael Mann. Grae Drake finds out if star Tang Wei has ever been a victim of identity theft, and gets Chris Hemsworth to share his experience preparing for his role as a convicted hacker (hint: it involves going to an actual prison where the inmates have seen his superhero movies).
Bradley Cooper and Sienna Miller share with Mark Seman the challenges they faced in telling a real-life story in American Sniper, and Chris Kyle's widow Taya Kyle discusses how everyone can relate to her husband's story--not just families of the people serving our country.
In The Wedding Ringer, Kevin Hart gets paid to pretend to be besties with Josh Gad and give glowing speeches at all of his wedding events. Could this possibly be a real thing? To prove or disprove the theory, Kevin Hart, Josh Gad, and Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting give speeches for Grae Drake, who they have never met and are not friends with.
Paddington, star of Paddington, is the original furry gentleman. Readers of his books might remember that he always carries a sandwich in his hat for emergencies, so in the first of several videos, Grae Drake asked Nicole Kidman, Sally Hawkins, director Paul King, and producer David Heyman what they would carry in their own hat should an emergency arise.
Rupert Wyatt directed The Gambler, starring Mark Wahlberg, Michael K. Williams, and Brie Larson. Although it features the standard roulette wheels, blackjack games, and fist fights that you might expect, it also has a message of empowerment and honesty.
Ava DuVernay's film Selma stars David Oyelowo, Oprah Winfrey, and Tom Wilkinson. Grae Drake speaks to them about why they believe there hasn't been a feature length film about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, and why now is the perfect time for one.
Tim Roth, Carmen Ejogo, and Common also weigh in on whether or not they had any reservations about taking on roles that featured real-life figures.
All Grae Drake wanted was for James Corden and Emily Blunt of Into the Woods to sell her some beans. She figured, "I'm no idiot kid wandering around in the woods like Jack. I'm a hardened journalist. This time, it won't be so easy for them to unload these beans." And then, Emily Blunt showed her just how far she was willing to go to get rid of the beans. And it was terrifying.
Legolas' most memorable trait in The Lord of the Rings series is his incredible hair that swishes perfectly as he shoots arrows at his foes. In The Hobbit films, and most recentlyThe Battle of Five Armies, he paints a slightly different picture of himself as a man who will happily get in the way of anyone trying to romance his girl. When Grae Drake points this out, Orlando Bloom is confused, and gets straightened out by Evangeline Lilly.
The trio and the rest of the cast, including Richard Armitage, Martin Freeman, and Luke Evans, also reveal what mementos they took from set (emotional and otherwise), how Armitage's circus skills aided him in his Middle Earth journey.
In honor of the magical Arkenstone, Grae asks the cast what they yearn for that eludes them.
In the musical remake Annie, Cameron Diaz plays Miss Hannigan, who in this version of the film, is a singer who failed to join any number of 90s pop super groups. Grae Drake asks Jamie Foxx, Quvenzhané Wallis, Rose Byrne, Cameron Diaz, and Bobby Cannavale which group they would have liked to join. There are some crossover answers, and, as is customary, everything eventually ends in a Spice Girls sing-a-long.
Paul Thomas Anderson is known for his thoughtful, intricately created and performed films. Inherent Vice, adapted from the Thomas Pynchon novel, definitely falls into that category. But with as hard as she tried, Grae Drake just didn't get it. So she asked stars Josh Brolin, Katherine Waterston, Joanna Newsom, Jena Malone, Hong Chau, and Sasha Pieterse what they think it means. Do not adjust your internet.
In Exodus: Gods and Kings, Seti, played by John Turturro, is a very superstitious man. Grae Drake asked director Ridley Scott and stars Christian Bale, Joel Edgerton, and Aaron Paul what their real life superstitions were. Ridley Scott and Christian Bale also talk about the famous story behind the film.
Jean Marc Vallee's film Wild is based on Cheryl Strayed's memoir about her journey walking the entire Pacific Coast Highway. Here, Strayed discusses how the phrase "Woe is me" is overused in our society. And then Reese Witherspoon, who plays the cinematic version of Strayed, talks about her experience filming the movie and how much walking she did, essentially saying "woe is me" as Laura Dern eggs her on.
Jason Bateman, Jason Sudeikis, and Charlie Day reveal their darkest desires in a heated game of "Flirt, Marry, Kiss Goodbye," and Jennifer Aniston calls out Charlie Day for being the most squeamish of all cast members...especially when she was straddling him. Come on Charlie, man up.
Benedict Cumberbatch and John Malkovich are the newest additions to the Madagascar universe in Penguins of Madagascar. In honor of the great adventure that Skipper, Kowalski, Private, and Rico go on, Grae Drake asks them what they consider their greatest adventure to be.