Feed on
Posts
Comments

In The Age of Adaline, 83-year-old  Ellen Burstyn plays the daughter of a woman who is perpetually 29 years old. The Oscar winner tells Bill Newcott why she couldn't resist the movie's intriguing plot line.

Listen Now:


Ricky Gervais: Mr. Nice Guy

Most people know—the brash, irreverent Golden Globes host. But Ricky also has a soft side, one that he’s been revealing over the past couple of seasons on his British sitcom, Derek

Listen Now:


Bill Irwin tells Bill Newcott his role as the super-intelligent robot in Christopher Nolan's sci-fi epic Interstellar was a lot more than just talk. 

Listen Now:


The Oscar-winner stars in the true story of Maria Altmann, a woman who sued the Austrian government to recover a painting stolen by the Nazis. Her close friend and lawyer—played by Ryan Reynolds in the movie—tells Bill Newcott how close Mirren came to the real thing. 
Listen Now:


‘Toons for Grownups Only

Two-time Oscar nominee Bill Plympton explains why his new animated film—about a cheating hubby and his wife's sexy, mystical solution to her problem—would never pass muster with Disney. Well, maybe he doesn't really need to explain…

Listen Now:


Al Pacino, pop music legend! Danny Collins writer/director Dan Fogelman tells Bill Newcott how his veteran cast made a great movie from a script that was fraught with possible booby traps. 

As The Cobbler, her new film with Adam Sandler, opens nationwide, Ellen Barkin tells Bill Newcott her secret for playing great movie villains. 
Listen Now:


Kiss Me Kate

For 60 years, virtually no one saw the 3-D version of MGM's lavish musical Kiss Me Kate. Now that it's arriving on Blu-ray disc, fans can finally appreciate the Cole Porter classic for its, um, depth. 

Listen Now:


As his Oscar-winning film "Whiplash" comes to DVD and Blu-ray, J.K. Simmons chats with Bill Newcott about working with a writer/director who's half his age.

Listen Now:


The 14th Annual Movies for Grownups Awards Gala in Beverly Hills featured a who's who of Oscar hopefuls, but the biggest surprises came from honorees J.K. Simmons, Rene Russo, and Kevin Costner.   

Listen Now:


- Older Posts »

Quantcast