"It was really one of the more joyful experiences I've had acting with someone."
The sort of Z-grade oddity Troma used to churn out for a faithful audience won't find the cult following it desperately craves in today's crowded marketplace.
There's nothing "truly outrageous" about Jon M. Chu's pedestrian cartoon adaptation.
"It's not in there accidentally, let's put it that way. We'll see what it adds up to."
"I wasn't sure if I was ready to do television, but since it was a miniseries I was all for it. "
"This season doesn't stop. It's relentless in terms of the sheer volume of storytelling and visual spectacle."
After "Friday Night Lights" and "Breaking Bad," Jesse Plemons is on a roll.
Ted Danson talks the second season of FX's "Fargo."
Young audiences are in for an early lesson in disappointing cinematic literary adaptations.
The team behind Lifetime's "The Unauthorized Beverly Hills 90210 Story" owes Shannen Doherty a debt of gratitude.
For anyone who thought the "Hostel" movies were a barrel of laughs but needed more cannibalism and less cultural sensitivity.