I recently caught up with guitarist/vocalist Charlie Scene of Hollywood Undead to talk about the band's latest release 'American Tragedy Redux' and if he's worried how fans will react to their songs being remixed. We also spoke about an upcoming new studio album and how Scene promises to bring back party anthems before summer 2012.
Spoiler Warning: The Juno and Thank You For Smoking director recently sat down at a press panel in New York City to talk about making his latest film which also stars Patton Oswalt, Patrick Wilson and Elizabeth Reaser and is scheduled for theatrical release on December 9th, 2011.
I recently caught up with actor Sam Elliott to discuss his upcoming role as a drug dealer in director Robert Redford's star studded political thriller. He also shared his thoughts on his cinematic legacy and whether he's willing to return to The Golden Compass franchise if it ever continues.
During a recent interview with Kaz (Mark Kasprzyk), frontman of rock outfit Redlight King, we discussed the history behind the extremely personal songs featured on the band's debut record 'Something for The Pain', touring with Everlast and much more.
The young actor shares details about the casting process for Summit Entertainment's upcoming film Ender's Game and his first lead role opposite Chloe Moretz and Sir Ben Kingsly in Hugo, which will be released November 23rd, 2011.
One of history's most iconic action heroes makes his home entertainment debut when Lionsgate releases CONAN THE BARBARIAN on Blu-ray 3D Combo Pack (Blu-ray 3D +Blu-ray +DVD + Digital Copy). The film is also available on DVD and for Digital Download and On Demand – all formats arrive on November 22, 2011.
Recently I caught up with Dan Slott, the current writer of Marvel Comics' The Amazing Spider-Man, and he offered some insight on what it was like writing the just completed Spider-Island story arc, as well as commenting on Peter Paker’s love life, what its like writing New York City as an actual character, and what we can expect next for the webslinger!
This January, LucasFilms will distribute Red Tails, a World War II epic based on the story of the Tuskegee Airmen, a team of African-American fighter pilots. Among the large ensemble cast is actor/rapper Marcus Paulk, who portrays David “Dede” Watkins.