John Malkovich talks about Secretariat and past movie roles. Morgan Spurlock breaks down the economy in his documentary, Freakonomics. Award-winning songwriter Diane Warren on the importance of music in movies.
Director Kenneth Branagh talks about Thor. Alan Horn, Former Pres. and COO of WB, on leaving after 11 years. The real Soul Surfer, Bethany Hamilton, shares her story of survival after being bitten by a shark.
Zachary Gordon, the incredible child star from Diary of a Whimpy Kid, whose future ambitions are taking Hollywood by storm. Scream 4 Actress Neve Campbell on her passion for dancing and career in horror.
OscarÂ®-winning costume designer Colleen Atwood. He's on every magazine cover, but now Ryan Phillippe is in the house on his new film, The Lincoln Lawyer. Director Tom Shadyac and his life changing movie, I Am.
Nominated for best supporting actor in the 'King's Speech,' Geoffrey Rush. Producer and director from the Oscars telecast, Bruce Cohen and Don Mischer. Legendary hairstylist, Vidal Sassoon on his famous clients.
Molly Ringwald shares advice and true stories from her new book, Getting the Pretty Back. Leslie Moonves, President and CEO of CBS, talks about getting into the feature business and how it differs from TV.
Mark Ruffalo talks about his upcoming film 'The Kids Are Alright.' Melissa Rosenberg dishes on writing the Twilight franchise. Richard Schiff and Omid Djalili discuss their humorous new picture 'The Infidel.'
Bryan Cranston discusses his role in Larry Crowne. Jeremy Piven and Doug Ellin dish on the real Hollywood entourage game. Oscar award-winning writer for Milk, Dustin Lance Black, talks about his new movie Hoover.
William H. Macy reflects back on his incredible acting career and looks forward to directing now. Director Brett Ratner talks about the changing dynamics of independent films and developing his own properties.
Actor-comedian Damon Wayans talks about his famous family and his first novel, Red Hats. Dennis Quaid shares how he balances family and career. Writer Nicholas Stoller discusses his new comedy, Get Him to the Greek.
Garry Marshall reminisces on the 20th Anniversary of Pretty Woman, the stars he has directed and his remarkable career in TV and film. Actor Jonah Hill discusses his roles in Get Him to the Greek and Cyrus.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus stops by to talk about her various TV roles. Cheryl Hines, star of "Curb Your Enthusiasm," her manager/husband Paul Young, and Peter Adee, head of marketing for Overture Films, talk movies.
Jeffrey Katzenberg looks back on his impressive career and ahead to the future of 3D. What's next for Helen Hunt after her major successes on TV and in film -- writing, directing and producing her own projects?
Brooke Shields, of Furry Vengeance, talks about her life. Director Matthew Vaughn connects with the hit Kick Ass. Get a peak at how James Marsden ended up nude in Death at a Funeral, plus get the scoop on Oprah, Jim Carrey and more.
Lisa Kudrow gives the lowdown on the new comedy-drama Paper Man; Raquel Welch explores her remarkable life in her new tell-all autobiography; and YouTube co-founder/CEO Chad Hurley talks of the biz's online future.
Andy Garcia discusses being a sex symbol in a household of teenage daughters and his new movie, City Island, starring one of his daughters. Also, Eddie Izzard explains the differences between British and American humor.
Ethan Hawke, currently in Brooklyn's Finest, talks about his eclectic career as actor, writer and director. Stephen Fry shares thoughts on portraying the Cheshire Cat in Tim Burtons new Alice in Wonderland.
Maria Bello, star of The YellowHandkerchief, talks about life, love, sex and relief work in Haiti. Matt Weiner, creator of and the driving force behind "Mad Men," talks about his desire to enter the world of independent film.
Matt Lucas talks about what it was like playing both Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum in Alice in Wonderland. Rob Moore, the mastermind behind Paramount Pictures marketing and promotion, analyzes what makes a hit.
This episode features conversations with Michael Bay, Collin Firth and Jeremy Renner, and just in time for the Oscars, past highlights from conversations with several of the actor, actress and director nominees for the 2010 awards.
Taking a break from late night, George Lopez joins the all-star cast of the comedy Valentine's Day. Media mogul Michael Eisner offers his insights on what's really up next for the entertainment industry.
Woody Harrelson takes a serious turn and earns an Oscar nomination in The Messenger. Also featured are two of the happiest and most skillful guys in town -- the producers of a pair of hits: The Blind Side and The Book of Eli.
This episode features Christopher Plummer as Tolstoy in The Last Station; Wes Anderson directing The Fantastic Mr. Fox; and writer Peter Biskind's tell-all biography of Warren Beatty, which spills the dirt.
Golden Globe winner Jeff Bridges talks about his performance as a hard-living country singer in Crazy Heart, and Golden Globe nominee Christopher Plummer reflects on his role as Russian author Leo Tolstoy in The Last Station.
Renegade filmmaker Quentin Tarantino talks about Inglorious Basterds while star Carrie Mulligan and director Lone Sherfig discuss An Education. Also, get tips on how to get discovered and make your first million in Hollywood.
Star Gabourey Sadibe and director Lee Daniels discuss one of the most talked-about movies, Precious. Also featured are director Rob Marshall and his new musical Nine, and Stanley Tucci in the chilling The Lovely Bones.
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