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Keanu Reeves Wants to See John Wick 'Get All Weird'

Posted By Drew Taylor on Oct 21st 2014 1:26PM
Keanu Reeves has been many things over the years The One, Ted, sad. But this week he assumes a new role as John Wick in the movie of the same name, a high octane thriller directed by a pair of former stuntmen (David Leitch and Chad Stahelski) and so relentlessly entertaining that it will make you forget about whatever the hell "47 Ronin" was. In "John Wick," Reeves essays the role of a former... read more

Bill Murray and the 'St. Vincent' Cast Talk Russian Strip Clubs and Cracking Each Other Up

Posted By Rick Mele on October 10, 2014
Whenever you get Bill Murray in a room, you can expect to see a pretty good performance. But add in his "St. Vincent" co-stars Melissa McCarthy and Chris O'Dowd, and the one-liners were flying fast during a press conference held at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival, where the film came in as a second runner-up for the fest's People's Choice Award. "If I can be very serious for a...

Aaron Paul, Kat Candler and Josh Wiggins Talk 'Hellion'

Posted By Jason Gorber on October 10, 2014
After the huge success of "Breaking Bad," many were very interested in seeing which direction Aaron Paul would take his career. His big studio film was "Need For Speed," but before that smash-em-up film played there was a smaller, more intimate tale of a father trying to do right by his young, rebellious son. Kat Candler's "Hellion" played well at Sundance, and this stark independent film is...

WATCH LIVE: Comedians Key & Peele at AOL BUILD

Posted By Corey Teich on October 10, 2014
Sketch comedy geniuses Keegan-Michael Key & Jordan Peele are stopping by to discuss their hit Comedy Central sketch show. Watch live as they talk with AOL BUILD about their growing comedy empire! WATCH LIVE 11:30 a.m. ET / 8:30 a.m. PT ...

Here's the Filthiest Thing Emma Thompson Says in 'Men, Women & Children'

Posted By Drew Taylor on October 10, 2014
If you've seen one of Jason Reitman's movies, you know that he's very willing to go to some very extreme and, at times, uncomfortable places. From the cigarette industry ("Thank You for Smoking") to teen pregnancy ("Juno") to arrested development ("Young Adult," still his very best and most complicated film), there's a fearlessness with which he treats his subject matter that is positively...

Jennifer Garner and Steve Carell Talk 'Very Bad Day,' Scars, and Pirate Shirts

Posted By Sharon Knolle on October 10, 2014
In "Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day," Jennifer Garner and Steve Carell play the parents of a family who just happen to be having the worst day of their life -- all at the same time. They have to contend with their teenage son's disastrous driver's test, the long-unemployed dad bringing the baby along to a job interview, and Mom having a spectacularly bad typo in a...

J.K. Simmons Nearly Lost His Voice From Screaming at Miles Teller

Posted By Sharon Knolle on October 10, 2014
J.K. Simmons has played some incredibly intimidating characters, most notably a sadistic neo-Nazi in HBO's "Oz," and Tobey Maguire's bullying editor in the "Spider-Man" films. You can add his demanding brute of a music teacher in the new movie "Whiplash" to that list. The actor, whose other films include "Juno," "Up in the Air," and "I Love You, Man," is generating serious Oscar talk for his...

Michael Moore on 'Roger & Me' and the Demise of the Modern Documentary

Posted By Chris Jancelewicz on October 10, 2014
It's been 25 years -- yes, 25 years -- since documentary filmmaker/overall s**t-disturber Michael Moore came out with his seminal doc "Roger & Me," which took a look at the United States' precarious dependence on the auto industry and the crumbling city of Flint, Michigan (his hometown). Since that film, we all know the story: Moore shot to super-stardom and essentially became the face of...

Miles Teller Reveals the One 'Whiplash' Scene That Could've Been Hilarious for All the Wrong Reasons

Posted By Sharon Knolle on October 10, 2014
Miles Teller is on a roll. He broke out as Willard in "Footloose," charmed Shailene Woodley in "The Spectacular Now" and is taking over the role of Reed Richards in the upcoming "Fantastic Four." In his new film, the Sundance Award-winning indie "Whiplash," he plays a talented jazz drummer who becomes a student of one of the most gifted -- but also most brutal -- teachers (J.K. Simmons of "Oz,"...

All About 'Gone Girl's' Most Jaw-Dropping Moment (EXCLUSIVE)

Posted By Drew Taylor on October 10, 2014
First off: a giant spoiler warning. Seriously: if you haven't seen "Gone Girl," David Fincher's brilliant new thriller (and box office champ), then head back now. Seriously. Consider this the biggest spoiler warning you can stomach. If you read beyond this paragraph, it's your own damn fault. So one of the biggest, most memorable sequences in "Gone Girl" is the murder of one Desi Collings (Neil...

5 Things We Learned About 'Men, Women & Children' From Jason Reitman

Posted By Rick Mele on October 10, 2014
According to Jason Reitman, his new film "Men, Women & Children" is about the Internet as much as "Juno" was about teen pregnancy, or "Thank You For Smoking" was about cigarettes; really, he's interested in exploring people, not timely issues. Adapted from Chad Kultgen's 2011 novel, the movie follows a group of Texas high schoolers and their parents, focusing on the many ways the...

Neil Patrick Harris Imagines 'Gone Girl' as a Broadway Musical

Posted By Drew Taylor on October 10, 2014
If you only know Neil Patrick Harris from his role as the charmingly rakish lothario on "How I Met Your Mother," then you don't know Neil Patrick Harris. Harris has an insane amount of range and just as much talent. This year alone he closed out "How I Met Your Mother," starred in "The Smurfs 2" and won a Tony Award for Best Actor in a Musical for the Broadway revival of "Hedwig and the Angry...

Rosamund Pike on the Joys (and Exhaustion) of Being David Fincher's 'Gone Girl'

Posted By Drew Taylor on October 10, 2014
Rosamund Pike isn't necessarily a name you're familiar with now. But get familiar, because she's about to be a huge star. Pike has essayed small but memorable roles in "Pride and Prejudice" (interesting biographical aside: she was once engaged to this film's director, the insanely talented Joe Wright), "Jack Reacher," and "The World's End," but she was always just shy of landing that breakthrough...

Genesis Rodriguez Talks 'Tusk,' and Has Some Choice Words for the Naysayers

Posted By Chris Jancelewicz on October 10, 2014
"Tusk" is all sorts of f**ked up. The latest from the mind of director Kevin Smith ("Mallrats," "Red State") promises to challenge your assumptions about his filmmaking, and that's putting it lightly. The lone female in the leading ensemble, Genesis Rodriguez, is as gung-ho about the movie as an actor can be, even though she's a self-professed "scaredy cat." Since the movie is nearly...

Method Man Is a Huge 'Downton Abbey' Fan, Says Dan Stevens

Posted By Drew Taylor on September 09, 2014
On October 10th, one of our very favorite movies of the year expands nationwide, to about 500 screens, after building considerable word-of-mouth and sterling reviews. That movie is "The Guest." And instead of being a stuffy art house movie, which follows a similar rollout (and achieves comparable buzz), "The Guest" is a down-and-dirty genre movie and probably the most fun 100 minutes you'll have...

'SNL' Parody Proves Audiences Will See Anything Marvel Makes (VIDEO)

Posted By Katie Roberts on September 09, 2014
"Guardians of the Galaxy" star Chris Pratt hosted the 40th season premiere of "Saturday Night Live" this weekend, and the show couldn't help but poke fun at Marvel's success with the unlikely superhero flick -- and audiences' undying support for seemingly anything and everything the studio produces. In a fake trailer for supposed upcoming Marvel releases, an announcer notes that "Marvel can't...

Andrew Scott on 'Pride,' Meeting Imelda Staunton and 'Playing Gay'

Posted By Chris Jancelewicz on September 09, 2014
Sometimes a movie takes an obscure event and really breathes life into it. "Pride" is one such movie, and Andrew Scott -- the 37-year-old Irish actor who you may know better as Moriarty from TV's "Sherlock" -- nails his understated role. Scott plays Gethin, boyfriend to Dominic West's Jonathan, and owner of Gay's the Word bookshop. As the only gay person in his village, Gethin is forced to leave...

Simon Pegg, Rosamund Pike on 'Hector and the Search for Happiness' (VIDEO)

Posted By Chris Jancelewicz on October 10, 2014
Some critics have been describing "Hector and the Search for Happiness" as "Eat, Pray, Love" for men. While it's not exactly like that, "Hector" does share the same elements of finding happiness within one's life, and title character Hector (Simon Pegg) travels around the world on his journey. We've all been there; as we grow older we question if we've ever truly discovered what it...

'Sons of Anarchy's' Kim Coates Says the Final Season Is 'Full Out, Full Throttle, Wiping Everybody Out'

Posted By Alana Altmann on September 09, 2014
"Sons of Anarchy" had its record-breaking Season 7 premiere last week, making the beloved biker drama's final season even more real (and heartbreaking) for the show's fans. If there's one "SOA" character that stands out from the pack as a fan favorite, it's Alex "Tig" Trager. The wild, violent, and freaky biker has been a source of bloody entertainment and comic relief throughout the show's...

James McAvoy on 'Eleanor Rigby,' 'Victor Frankenstein,' and the Pinnacle of His Career (Sort Of)

Posted By Drew Taylor on September 09, 2014
Earlier this year, James McAvoy dazzled audiences as the psychic mutant Charles Xavier (known mostly by his cool superhero moniker Professor X) in the blockbuster "X-Men: Days of Future Past." In that movie, he was on one side of an embittered relationship with the leader of the mutant uprising, Magneto (Michael Fassbender), and the movie tried, with varying degrees of success, to show both sides...

Here's a Behind-the-Scenes Look at 'The Boxtrolls,' Courtesy of Bran Stark (EXCLUSIVE)

Posted By Drew Taylor on September 09, 2014
If you've been watching "Game of Thrones," you know that it's hard not to root for Isaac Hempstead-Wright, who plays the crippled (but still plucky) young member of the Stark clan, Bran, whose destiny seems to be coming sharply into focus. But as amazing as being a part of a television phenomenon, Hempstead-Wright has an even cooler gig on the horizon -- he's the lead voice actor in "The...

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