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  • 2011
    • Sherlock Holmes: A Game Of Shadows
      Get Robert Downey Jr. and Guy Ritchie in a room and give them the freedom to talk about whatever they want, as Moviefone did for our latest edition of Unscripted, and you can expect a freewheeling discussion about 'Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows,' whether the pair will team up for future, non-Sherlock, projects, and RDJ's British accent. Does Ritchie think Downey Jr. does the director's home country proud? Find out, as well as what Sir Arthur Conan Doyle would think of 'Sherlock Holmes' and why any young actor with sights on taking over for Downey as Holmes in the future might want to think twice about challenging the A-lister.moreless
    • The Muppets
      The Muppets
      Episode 11.17.11
      When Kermit, Miss Piggy, Jason Segel and Amy Adams sat down for Moviefone's Muppets Unscripted session, they weighed in on today's most pressing issues. Like, who has the funnier laugh, Seth Rogen or Fozzie Bear? Is Meryl Streep or Miss Piggy a better actress? And what happened when Kermit and Jason Segel spent a night in Mexico? All valid questions. All hilarious responses. (Hint on that last one: it involved a drink called 'The Muppet.') The session also includes something the world is dying to know -- at least according to Miss Piggy. What is it? You'll have to watch the video to find out (check the 5:15 mark), but you won't be sorry. Muppets Unscripted: You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll jump for joy.moreless
    • 50/50
      Episode 10.03.11
      "I don't think there's anything wrong with Joe. I think Joe is a perfect specimen." That's Oscar nominee Anna Kendrick's response to an awkward question from Marty in Sioux Falls, South Dakota about how she'd diagnose Joseph Gordon-Levitt if given the chance. Maybe we should explain: In Jonathan Levine's '50/50,' out Friday, Kendrick plays a young therapist who helps Gordon-Levitt's character cope with the news that he has terminal cancer. So, Marty asked how Kendrick would diagnose the '(500) Days of Summer' star in real life. Fun, but maybe he should have thought to ask about the guy who tried to pick up Kendrick while wearing a Gladiator costume. Also in Moviefone's exclusive video: JGL talks about the challenge of being funny about cancer, Seth Rogen describes the genuine shock he felt during the movie's already famous head-shaving scene, and Kendrick shares the worst pickup line a guy has ever used on her. (Hint: it involves alcohol, a highly dubious promise, and that aforementioned costume.) Watch above.moreless
    • Moneyball
      Episode 10.02.11
      Following the self-proclaimed "worst" Unscripted ever with 'Drive' cohorts Ryan Gosling and Nicolas Winding Refn, is this edition with Brad Pitt and Jonah Hill the best? Potentially. With the highly anticipated 'Moneyball' arriving in theaters Friday, stars Pitt and Hill sat down to interview each other during the Toronto International Film Festival, and the results are as charming as you'd expect. Find out how Hill was cast in the drama despite his comedy background (he can thank Catherine Keener), what caused Pitt to become consumed with bringing Michael Lewis' book to the big-screen, how urine pools factor into Hill's day, and why Pitt will show 'Mr. and Mrs. Smith' to his grandkids when he's 80. Hint: It has a lot to do with the fact that his then-future wife, Angelina Jolie, was his co-star. (Check out the 'Mr. and Mrs. Smith' comments starting at 7:41.)moreless
    • Drive
      Episode 10.01.11
      Is this the worst 'Unscripted' ever? Ryan Gosling is afraid it might be, but Moviefone HQ kind of loves it. The awkwardness starts at the very beginning -- as Gosling and 'Drive' director Nicolas Winding Refn ('Valhalla Rising,' 'Bronson') declare their love for each other -- and builds from there. They field a question from Jesus in Santa Fe, N.M. ("You'd think Jesus would already know [the answer]," Gosling observes), talk about their bro-mance and telekinetic connection, and argue over who came up with the idea to have Gosling kiss co-star Carey Mulligan. There's lots more amusing weirdness in the video, so click play and enjoy, and don't forget to check out 'Drive,' which opens wide this weekend.moreless
    • The Change-Up
      The Change-Up
      Episode 08.01.11
      In the latest edition of Unscripted, the stars of 'The Change-Up' (Ryan Reynolds, Jason Bateman and Leslie Mann) sat down and asked each other a bunch of questions that Moviefone readers submitted. Ever wondered whether Ryan Reynolds wears boxers or briefs? Or what kind of product Leslie Mann uses to make her hair always look so amazing? (Remember how Seth Rogen pointed out that it always looks different in 'Knocked Up'?)moreless
    • Friends With Benefits
      Friends With Benefits
      Episode 07.18.11
      The last time Justin Timberlake released an album was in 2006. But make no mistake, J.T. can still sing, as evidenced in this 'Friends With Benefits' Unscripted interview where he performs a medley of his favorite '90s jams (from R. Kelly's 'Bump N' Grind' to Milli Vanilli's 'Girl You Know It's True'). And just in case you think he's looking to get back into music, Timberlake also does a hilarious impression of his co-star, Mila Kunis. As for Mila herself, she reveals a favorite nickname her friend gave her as well as why you should go out and see 'Friends With Benefits.'moreless
    • The Hangover 2
      The Hangover 2
      Episode 05.23.11
      Though Unscripteds are supposed to be, well, unscripted, this one featuring the stars of 'The Hangover Part II' goes completely off the rails. Stars Zach Galifianakis and Ken Jeong take over the informal interview with a who-can-make-who-laugh-harder contest, and Ed Helms discusses his guacamole preferences. Plus, Galifianakis asks Bradley Cooper some probing personal questions, and Jeong describes exactly what he's packing, uh, down there. It's hilarious and unexpectedly wild -- appropriate for the stars of a sequel to 'The Hangover.'moreless
    • Water For Elephants
      Water For Elephants
      Episode 04.19.11
      Robert Pattinson and Reese Witherspoon have quite the charming chemistry in this Unscripted, which bodes well for their new movie 'Water for Elephants.' Witherspoon goads Pattinson into discussing how late he stays out, if he lies to other actors about having seen their movies, and whether he would give up everything for love. Pattinson gets Witherspoon to decide what she'd bring to a desert island, describe her "boring" daily peanut butter meals, and what she liked about her 1930s costumes for the movie. 'Water for Elephants' opens April 22.moreless
    • Source Code
      Source Code
      Episode 03.28.11
      Jake Gyllenhaal and Michelle Monaghan, stars of 'Source Code,' sat down for an Unscripted at SXSW in Austin, Texas, to talk about their new thriller, crazy stunt work and what they would do if they had just eight minutes left to live. 'Source Code,' which premieres April 1, follows Gyllenhaal's character as he tries to figure out who bombed a train using new military technology that allows one person to step into another person's body for just eight minutes. Plus, Michelle gave five people she'd want to ride on a train with and Jake explained what he'd do for a girl on a first date. (It's actually a pretty cool date idea!)moreless
    • Sucker Punch
      Sucker Punch
      Episode 03.25.11
      Audiences are buzzing with this weekend's release of the action blockbuster 'Sucker Punch,' from the visually trippy eye of Zack Snyder. Taking place in the 1950s, the movie features a disturbed teenager known only as "Babydoll" (Emily Browning) who is committed to an insane asylum and meets four other troubled girls. With their lives in jeopardy, Babydoll leads her new friends to freedom through the power of dreams, by using her surreal ability to go inside her imagination to plot an escape. There, they encounter dragons, zombies and samurais. Moviefone sat down with the entire butt-kicking gang of girls: Emily Browning, Jamie Chung, Abbie Cornish, Vanessa Hudgens and Jena Malone. The five fighters took part in a round of Unscripted, asking questions selected by our audience and a couple of on-the-fly questions thrown in to keep things interesting. Check out the video to the hear the cast of 'Sucker Punch' talk about becoming tough-as-nails action stars, with all the curse words and machine guns that come with it.moreless
    • Paul
      Episode 03.17.11
      Best friends and creative partners Nick Frost and Simon Pegg got Unscripted at Austin's SXSW festival this week. The duo's latest film, an alien flick called 'Paul,' premiered at the festival and Pegg and Frost sat down to talk about alien probes, genre films and when they've each been the angriest at the other.moreless
    • The Adjustment Bureau
      The Adjustment Bureau
      Episode 02.28.11
      Matt Damon and Emily Blunt sat down with Moviefone to chat about their upcoming sci-fi thriller 'The Adjustment Bureau,' muse on fate and free will, discuss the importance of being from Boston, and answer the question we're all dying to know: Have you ever touched a monkey?
    • Just Go With It
      Just Go With It
      Episode 02.11.11
      'Just Go With It' co-stars Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston stopped by our studio to talk about their new comedy. And for those of you wondering whether or not to check out the movie, Aniston runs down her five reasons to watch the film in 30 seconds or less, to which Sandler adds his own motivation: Aniston in a bikini.moreless
    • The Dilemma
      The Dilemma
      Episode 01.10.11
      'The Dilemma' co-stars Vince Vaughn and Kevin James sat down with director Ron Howard to talk about Howard's return to comedy, working with dramatic actresses and the source for Vaughn's improvisational talents.
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