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INTERVIEWS







Interviews 181 to 190 of 200 Interviews in our records


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04/21/2003

Ray Liotta : Ray Liotta talks about his new movie Identity and his constant swing between the blockbuster and indie Hollywood movies.

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04/18/2003

Darren Aronofsky: Darren Aronofsky, the visual, edgy director of notable independent productions such as Pi and Requiem For A Dream shares his thoughts on Requiem For A Dream and the directorial process.

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04/16/2003

Ed Norton: Ed Norton is a man with many irons in the fire these days - actor, writer, director and now a pilot!

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04/13/2003

Charles Randolph: Charles Randolph became "flavor of the month" when he wrote The Life of David Gale and pitched it to Nicholas Cage and Warner Bros, although it took five years to finally come to life, with Alan Parker and Kevin Spacey in the director and lead actor roles respectively.

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04/13/2003

Ed Burns: In Doug Jung's first movie, Confidence, Ed Burns takes on the role of Jake Vig, the archetypal charismatic con man.

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04/11/2003

Joel Schumacher: Phone Booth was originally scheduled to open last fall, when a series of sniper shootings in the Washington, D.C., area created a climate of fear. The plot of Phone Booth concerns a sleazy publicist named Stu, played by Colin Farrell, held captive in a phone booth by an unseen sniper who threatens to shoot him if he hangs up the phone.

But director Joel Schumacher wasn't thinking of timing when he made the film. Instead, there's a more general morality tale at work, with the publicist faced with judgment from an unseen voice (supplied by the creepy Kiefer Sutherland). And there's another theme, involving technology, Schumacher tips the audience to with shots of satellites.

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04/06/2003

Alejandro Amenabar: Alejandro caught the attention of Tom Cruise, when his second film, 1997's Abre Los Ojos (Open Your Eyes), starring Eduardo Noriega and Penelope Cruz, screened at Sundance in 1998. The film was eventually adapted into a US version by Tom Cruise with his producing partner Paula Wagner and became Vanilla Sky directed by Cameron Crowe, starring Cruise and Cruz. Amenabar's third film, The Others, is another haunting tale that blurs the world of reality.

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04/05/2003

Alan Ball: Oscar-winning Writer/Director/Producer Alan Ball is interviewed about his career-making hit American Beauty, starring Kevin Spacey, Annette Bening, Wes Bentley, Thora Birch, Mena Suvari, and Chris Cooper. Alan's other work includes the standout HBO series Six Feet Under.

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04/05/2003

John Cusack: Actor/Filmmaker John Cusack is interviewed about his controversial film Max, in which he depicts an art gallery owner who befriends a young Hitler who, despite the gallery owner's efforts, turns his energies from art to politics. Cusack's other credits include Grosse Pointe Blank, High Fidelity, Say Anything, and the upcoming Stepford Wives remake.

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04/05/2003

Robert Evans: Robert Evans - sometime coke-fiend, murder conspiracy suspect and near-bankrupt - is a legend in Hollywood. No wonder the film of his life is so eagerly anticipated. John Patterson visits his LA home

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