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RT correspondent Dan Deevy talks to the stars of the latest miniseries from Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk: American Horror Story: Freak Show. Michael Chiklis, Angela Bassett, John Carroll Lynch, Denis O'Hare, and MORE talk about the talent-heavy cast and why they need to keep the lights on!
The Judge stars Robert Downey Jr, Robert Duvall, Vera Farmiga, and Dax Shepard in a film about what the film calls this country's "last great cathedral," the courtroom. Grae Drake asks them what their cathedral is, as well as what you call each of the men with the same name.
Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day stars Jennifer Garner, Steve Carrell, Bella Thorne, Ed Oxenbould, Dylan Minnette, and Kerris Dorsey. Grae Drake talks to them about public embarrassments, driving test, and screaming.
Gone Girl is a best-selling novel and now a David Fincher film, containing not only a compelling mystery, but some big life questions as well. Grae Drake asks Rosamund Pike, Ben Affleck, Carrie Coon, Neil Patrick Harris, Tyler Perry, Kim Dickens, and Gillian Flynn whether or not they think you can really know someone.
Of the many lessons in The Good Lie, one that stood out to Grae Drake is to always be open-minded enough to let people give you advice. The cast, including Arnold Oceng, Ger Duany, Kuoth Wiel, Sarah Baker, and Reese Witherspoon, share the ways that they've learned from others.
Sir Ben Kingsley and Elle Fanning discuss their latest film The Boxtrolls, and in honor of these little stop-motion monsters who come out at night, tell us where they'd like to go after everyone is asleep.
The Equalizer, starring Denzel Washington, Chloe Grace Moretz, and Marton Csokas is opening in theaters on September 26, 2014. Grae Drake conducted a Q&A at IMAX headquarters with director Antoine Fuqua and Jason Blumenthal, where they reveal the behind-the-scenes details on the film's locations, working with Denzel, and much more.
Kevin Smith's horror-comedy movie Tusk starring Justin Long, Haley Joel Osment, Genesis Rodriguez, and Michael Parks is in theaters this weekend. Parks mysterious presence weighed so heavily on Grae, she had to do some legwork in getting the cast to shed some light on the enigmatic actor.
This is Where I Leave You features a beautiful, meaningful moment that has to do with a child's potty. So Grae Drake embarks on a journey to talk about it with director Shawn Levy and actors Corey Stoll, Adam Driver, Tina Fey, Jason Bateman, and Jane Fonda.
Grae Drake tries to get to the bottom of Dan Stevens' character in The Guest. Is he good or bad? What's the scariest part of this film? How uncomfortable is Dan watching himself in such an intense movie?
Bill Hader and Kristen Wiig star in The Skeleton Twins in limited release this week. Referencing a lip-synching scene in the film, Kristen Wiig talks about what she sings when she's by herself, and Bill takes that information and runs with it.
Warning: Spoilers are present!Taraji P. Henson and Idris Elba star in No Good Deed, and Grae Drake speaks to them about not following your gut instinct, how easy it is to ignore hot people, and then...Taraji P. Henson uses her outdoor voice in what might be considered a spoiler.
Dolphin tale 2 is in theaters, starring Winter and now Hope, a new dolphin at the Clearwater Marine Aquarium. Harry Connick Jr. talks about rescuing a fake version of Hope, Ashley Judd divulges what music makes her really move, and Morgan Freeman talks about never giving up.
The only person who should be allowed to use the phone in movie theaters is Liam Neeson. Grae Drake discusses this with Dan Stevens, Neeson's co-star in A Walk Among the Tombstones. Then she gets up her courage to place a phone call to the man himself, Mr. Liam Neeson.
With the seventh and final season of FX's Sons of Anarchy premiering this week, Dan Deevy attended the red carpet premiere and chatted with some of the show's stars. Check out the video to see them discuss the challenges of shooting the dark final season and talk about whether or not they think their characters will survive to the end.
In the latest adaptation of an Elmore Leonard novel, Life of Crime, Jennifer Aniston talks about her character's triumphs. John Hawkes discusses his history of hitchhiking, and Will Forte talks about his favorite way to set the romantic mood.