Published on 25 June 2015
“If Nina’s in your heart already she’s really there to stay at the end of this movie.”
Published on 24 June 2015
The former Script Supervisor revisits her historic career and breaks down the British film industry.
Published on 23 June 2015
As the Las Vegas Lift-Off Festival kicks off today, we chat to the Festival founders…
Published on 18 June 2015
On Grace and Frankie, Empire Records and surviving Hollywood.
Published on 12 June 2015
Anita Dobson tells us why London Road is “different to anything that’s been done before”
Published on 11 June 2015
“I could cry thinking about how far we’ve come.”
Published on 09 June 2015
The writer of London Road takes us inside the details of the new musical film.
Published on 29 May 2015
“I spent most of last summer down on the set, hanging out. They called me the Star Wars stalker! I had my own little chair and everything!”
Published on 26 May 2015
Last night he made his debut. We catch up with new kid on the Meereen block, Enzo Cilenti.
Published on 18 May 2015
We talk cult shows, Malcolm McDowell and life on Dorne with new cast member, Alexander Siddig.
Published on 17 May 2015
Nicholas Hoult talks Mad Max, British eccentricities and bangers and mash.
Published on 16 May 2015
Rebel Wilson owes her acting career to malaria. No, really.
Published on 12 May 2015
Talking humans versus robots with Colin Morgan.
Published on 11 May 2015
The director of Melody Gardot’s new promo, Preacherman, takes us inside the shoot.
Published on 10 May 2015
Hayley Atwell tells us why female action heroes are more than fodder for male fantasies.
Published on 08 May 2015
The Girlhood director on her exploration of French female adulthood.
Published on 07 May 2015
The Honeytrap director discusses youth, politics and her latest film.
Published on 06 May 2015
Scouted through street casting, the Cesar nominated actress tells us about performing in her first film.
Published on 04 May 2015
Next up in our new series, we meet one of the Sand Snakes.
Published on 02 May 2015
We talk Scottish slang and dirty humour with the star, as well as putting him on the spot for a few impressions.