The Producers Guild of America has selected 3D technology provider RealD as the recipient of its Vanguard Award, which recognizes achievements in new media and technology
Nothing James Franco endured on the set of "127 Hours" could possibly compare with the real-life travails of his character, Aron Ralston.
For Sam Rockwell, playing the wrongly convicted prisoner Kenny Walters in "Conviction" offered him a chance to return to his roots, "like 'Lawn Dogs,' stuff I started with," he says.
Ryan Gosling signed on to make "Blue Valentine" in 2005, but, owing to death and debts, bankruptcies and other calamities, director and co-writer Derek Cianfrance couldn't get the film off the ground…
If it's fair to say that falling in love and saving the world are forgiving pursuits in moviegoers' minds, a character chasing money and/or success often needs something extra to win an audience's…
Playing the stammering Bertie in "The King's Speech" was one of the most intense and satisfying experiences of Colin Firth's acting career.
Leonardo DiCaprio knows how to screw with people.
There is a moment, late in the independent drama "Get Low," when Robert Duvall's character, Felix Bush, confesses in public.
Jesse Eisenberg thinks while he speaks.
Jeremy Renner isn't the demanding type.
For Andrew Garfield, there's no such thing as the perfect role, only a semi-perfect storm.