"Sergeant York" was one of the first movies about war that Clint Eastwood ever saw. "I was very young when my dad took me to see that -- Howard Hawks, wasn't it?" Eastwood asks, referring to the 1941…
"It's a nice honor to get that, but I hope they don't say anything too effusive," says Anthony Hopkins, who receives the Cecil B. DeMille award for lifetime achievement at this year's Golden Globes.
The 2006 Cecil B. DeMille Award recipient Anthony Hopkins reflects on memorable roles.
Ronald Neame's memories of moviemaking go back to when he was 10 and spent his summer vacation on location with his mother, silent-film actress Ivy Close, who was starring in Abel Gance's "La Roue."
Mike Newell's generation of filmmakers were brought up to admire "a generation of Hollywood directors who could sort of do anything." The British director of "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire"…
She was "not particularly enamored" of Westerns and no horsewoman, but Cate Blanchett dared to star in "The Missing."
Though the tough script for "Mystic River" didn't go down easy, Marcia Gay Harden felt passionately that she had to be a part of the film, particularly with Clint Eastwood at the helm.
David Heyman, producer of the "Harry Potter" movies, went to the prestigious English school Westminster -- and "it was just like Hogwarts!" he laughs.
It's been a quarter century since Christopher Walken won an Oscar for his supporting role as Nick, the Russian Roulette-playing Vietnam vet in "The Deer Hunter."
"Dusty and I were talking about it the other day and we admit we've probably embellished a bit on that over the years. But still neither one of us looked a very likely candidate," says Gene Hackman…
“Bonnie and Clyde,” the 1967 crime drama, starring Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty, directed by Arthur Penn. Hackman is Buck Barrow and was cast because Beatty, producer as well as star, remembered…