Scott Adkins transformed his passion for 80s action entertainment into a lifelong pursuit for authentic cinematic adventures.
Haley Joel Osment discusses the challenges of making an impact with only a handful of scenes.
How Virgil Williams and Dee Rees made a novel into their own Oscar-worthy meditation on race in America.
We chat with writer and director Tyler MacIntyre about high school chemistry, exploding heads, and why a female-driven high school slasher is so important.
From 'Fruitvale Station' to 'Mudbound,' Morrison has found her place as one of the most humanistic storytellers in her field.
We chat with writer and director Chris Peckover about hammers to the face, subverting archetypes, and evolving our approach to messaging.
Vince Vaughn and S. Craig Zahler descend into the mouth of madness for their prison brawl nightmare.
In Brawl in Cell Block 99, Udo Kier prides himself on being the turning point for madness.
The 'Westworld' and 'Tokyo Drift' actor talks about his experiences advocating for Asian inclusion in Hollywood.
Two actors find the energy and the emotional truth in the room.