Director Joss Whedon has assembled a “shit ton” of celebrities in a new video asking you to vote, with the promise of a Mark Ruffalo nude scene if you do. Whedon returned to Twitter to announce the spot, which he filmed as part of his new Super PACSave the Day‘s initiative to get progressive voters…
Culture Sonar celebrates the life of Tom Hanks as the actor turns 60 this year.
Mr. Tyler Perry has the right to diversify his media offerings, many content creators have done so before him, and many more will do so after he’s gone.
— If you follow the emotions then you get the idea where the inspiration comes from. — Carleton King grew up in Brooklyn, had head shots as an infant and was pushed toward the profession by his parents. Even so, he always knew he had a knack and grew with the craft by studying acting…
The fact is, that when it comes to films like Dallas Buyers Club, The Danish Girl, and About Ray it is always the “pre-transition” part of the story that is prioritized.
Memory isn’t just a Throwback Thursday sentimental indulgence. Often it’s a backward glance that can propel us forward.
Chris Osterndorf wants to remind famous guys like Shia LaBeouf that being an actor doesn’t mean you should get away with treating people badly.
While the media portrays Hollywood as an open and friendly place, the reality is very different for many LGBT actors.
Playing a gay character is little threat to an actor’s career anymore. With this change comes plenty of actors who are willing to take the roles and ready to talk about how they approach them.
Conflicted about following your passions? So was Will Ferrell. Here’s how Ferrell got the courage to pursue his purpose, and walk away from his dream, if he needed.
Kevin Macku examines internet and domestic conflicts from an actor’s perspective, and shows that arguments often run deeper than the surface.
Does Mel Gibson deserve forgiveness? Don’t we all?
Jerry Jay Hewitt writes a letter to his muse: the captivating Ryan Gosling.
Just in time to raise awareness for men’s health in November.
What NASA does every day is like a perfect balance beam act, performed every day, in space. Why don’t we celebrate these feats with the enthusiasm we reserve for Olympic athletes?
Find out where your favorite A-lister went to get their smarts