Viola Davis may be new to movie audiences, but she was hardly a tyro when she landed the role of Mrs. Muller in "Doubt." Davis arrived on set with a Tony Award in hand (for "King Headley II") and…
Po the Panda wanted to do martial arts because it was cool. It is a very cool thing, but it takes a lot of hard work, dedication and discipline. In the film, you actually see Po and his progress in…
When it comes to "Rachel Getting Married," Rosemarie DeWitt doesn't mince words.
One of the things I thought was great about the film is that you sense they had read a lot of Seuss, not just "Horton Hears a Who!" and they brought that knowledge of his entire body of work to bear…
Before Taraji P. Henson went to work filming David Fincher's "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button," the actress says she took some time to visit with her family in North Carolina. It turned out to be…
As animation budgets balloon, toon studios have learned to hedge their bets by casting stars. Suits don't get nearly so nervous when you can flaunt an Eddie Murphy-caliber name in the marketing…
When an actress begins thinking about her next role, her character most likely has already been created on the page.
What Elsa Zylberstein wants more than anything is an American film career, and she just might get one if she keeps delivering performances similar to her turn as Lea in "I've Loved You So Long."
Bates classes up any production in which she's involved, and her turn here as the nosy real estate agent raises the tension between suburban dwellers Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio.
The granddaughter of Elia Kazan is DiCaprio's one-night fling at the beginning of "Road."