Live from the SXSW premiere of The Incredible Burt Wonderstone, Jim Carrey shares the intricacies of his wig and how much he hates his co-star, and Steve Carell spills his magic secrets.
End of Watch's Michael Peña and director David Ayer chat about depicting a real cop story in the film and the four months of physical training it took for Peña and Jake Gyllenhaal to create the partnership and brotherhood to prep.
Silent Hill: Revelation director Michael J. Bassett and Adelaide Clemens talk about delivering a scary Halloween thrill ride shot in 3D for film fans as well as its following of gamers.
Boris Kodjoe chats about expanding his own clothing line, returning to Resident Evil's "crazy action, huge fight scenes, epic scale, 3D," and his character saving Alice... again.
Pacific Rim director Guillermo del Toro and actors share details about their characters, the scope, and physicality of filming the robots-versus-monsters film.
Superstar Robert Downey Jr. shares what's new in the latest installment of the Iron Man franchise, and also reveals to Fandango which of the Iron Man comic book story arcs is his favorite. Plus, Don Cheadle, director Shane Black and producer Kevin Feige on more in the Marvel universe.
Christoph Waltz talks about the difference between southern and spaghetti westerns, how it relates to imported wine grapes, and his own proximity to the genre and the original Django. Plus, Kerry Washington shares her emotional experience filming on a slave plantation, and Walton Goggins gives us the proper pronunciation of "Django."
Ian McKellen shares details of playing a younger Gandalf, director Peter Jackson and screenwriter Philippa Boyens describe the challenges of adapting The Hobbit to the big screen, and Richard Armitage chats about being cast as Thorin Oakenshield.
Sharlto Copley describes his villainous character and the immigration storyline of Elysium, and thinks director Neill Blomkamp enjoys seeing him suffer!
Anna Kendrick, Kodi Smit-McPhee and Christopher Mintz-Plasse chat about jumping into the paranormal kids-versus-zombies genre and Paranorman's storyline in a nutshell.
Jessica Biel and Kate Beckinsale share Comic-Con experiences and details on Total Recall's new look, Bryan Cranston gives details about his character's questionable morals, and director Len Wiseman admits he loves seeing Beckinsale kick butt!
Matt Damon talks about playing poker and losing to Elysium co-star Sharlto Copley, and Jodie Foster can't help but mention Damon's shaved head in the film.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Emily Blunt describe Looper as a thought-provoking, time-traveling movie, and director Rian Johnson discusses Gordon-Levitt's transformation into a young Bruce Willis.
When more is more...Terry Crews says Expendables 2 is bigger and better this time around because Sly Stallone got everything he wanted - more veteran action stars, a badass heroine, a youthful new guy, and lots more production value. Dolph Lundgren also shares what's on his mind (gettin' himself a drink!), and Randy Couture hopes to continue the franchise.
Wreck It Ralph's Sarah Silverman shares her experience of getting punched in the face at Comic-Con, and John C. Reilly talks about voice acting with Silverman in the same room.
"Welcome to the party, pal."
"I am serious... and don't call me Shirley."
"When am I gonna learn how to punch?"
"These go to eleven."
"Benjamin, have you ever been severely beaten about the face & neck?"
"Just keep swimming, swimming, swimming."
"You're gonna need a bigger boat."
"Jessica's got cable."
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