Star Interview

Co-Directors Jon Lucas Talk ABOUT 21 AND OVER,

Question:  How much alcohol were you drinking when you wrote this?   Jon Lucas:  When we write it?  There’s a little involved.  We try to stay sober.  I will say writing with a couple of  drinks in you is awesome because you think all it does is boost your confidence, and so you’re like, “Oh my God, I’m  firing.  This is awesome.  I’m crushing it.”  It’s like all drinking, the next day you read what you wrote and you’re  like, “Ugh, that’s a total waste.  It ........

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Tommy Wirkola talks about Hansel & Gretel

I imagine you must be feeling pretty good right now, after last weekend    Yeah! I do. It’s actually down in Australia now. We attended the premiere here as well, and yeah, we’re really happy  with how it’s performed so far. It did well in the U.S., it also really well overseas so far. So it’s been exciting  so far.     Were you nervous about how it was going to do? Obviously you had big stars, but it’s been a little difficult selling  this genre to American audiences? ........

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Interview - Amir Khan's Thalash

Q ; What attracted you to the film?    AK: It is a script that Zoya and Reema have written and that I really like. I just fell in love with the script.  Each one of my film is a challenge, like Dil Chahta Hai, Lagaan, and Taare Zameen Par... I have been films stretching the  boundaries of mainstream films.      Q :Can you tell us about your character in Talaash?    AK: Talaash is a suspense drama, a genre that has almost died in Hindi films. At the core of the film is an emotio ........

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Toylor Lautner " Interview Breaking Dawn Part 2"

Question: If you could go back in time and give yourself any advice about how to prepare for this crazy experience,  what would it be and what would you do differently?   Taylor Lautner: Oh man, I don’t know. Honestly, I’d probably just say soak up each and every moment, because it’s lasted  so long. It’s been four or five years, but at the same time, it seems like it just began yesterday. It flew by and so  many things have happened since then. I feel like I did do a decent job ........

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Interview: Pete Travis (Dredd 3D)

SM: Dredd is undeniably an “action blockbuster” but, just as in the comics, there are plenty of social and political  undercurrents at play. When I learnt that your background was as a social worker, that wasn’t entirely a surprise.  Do you find yourself drawn to films that concern these kinds of issues, even when they are fun action flicks?    PT: I suppose I’ve always been drawn to things that are about something. I mean, it’s always about the story and about  the script to ........

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