For Andrew Garfield, there's no such thing as the perfect role, only a semi-perfect storm.
Dugan recalls his favorite moment as a filmmaker:
Dugan gives Variety readers a sneak peek at two upcoming projects, both starring Adam Sandler
In 1971, actor Dennis Dugan invited filmmaker Roger Corman to his off-Broadway performance of "The House Of Blue Leaves." Surprisingly, Corman came, and the ensuing talks inspired Dugan to shift from…
Last summer saw the introduction of the phrase "the Louie deal" among comedians.
"I try to keep my busy-ness to a Seacrest-ian level," Joel McHale jokes, though his work ethic is no understatement.
Average moviegoers don't know the name Dennis Dugan the way they do Michael Bay, though judging by the grosses, they've certainly seen his movies. Why the low profile? Simple: Dugan isn't a spotlight…
When Jennifer Lawrence was on "Monk" in 2006, she and her parents recalled the year before -- when they were holed up in a Florida motel preparing for a fruitless Abercrombie shoot. They laughed.
As Sally Draper on "Mad Men," Kiernan Shipka has been slapped, mixed drinks, smoked cigarettes, driven a car and, in a recent episode, cut her own hair and then got caught masturbating at a…
Chris Colfer spent ages 8 through 16 doing community theater productions -- "I was every little boy role in every production," he says -- but only saw performances if someone's relative taped the…