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Sunday, Sep. 9, 2018
Director Steve McQueen Reflects On "Widows"
Lynda La Plante's 1980s British crime series "Widows" had a curious hold of filmmaker Steve McQueen as a 13-year-old boy. The show was about a group of women who, after their criminal husbands are killed, band together to pull off the raid their dead spouses had planned. The women were, to young...
Monday, Aug. 27, 2018
AT&T's David Christopher Discusses Media Consumption, Streaming Evolution
David Christopher, who runs AT&T’s wireless and entertainment businesses, has a bird’s eye view of how streaming media and video are evolving. AT&T recently completed its $85 billion purchase of Time Warner, a deal designed to help traditional media companies compete better with nimble tech...
Thursday, Aug. 9, 2018
Casey Affleck Discusses "Old Man & The Gun," His Oscars Absence, MeToo
With a new movie coming out this fall, "The Old Man & The Gun," Casey Affleck is speaking publicly about bowing out of presenting the best actress Oscar and past harassment allegations against him amid the #MeToo and Time's Up movements. In an exclusive interview with The Associated Press,...
Friday, Aug. 10, 2018
TV Academy's John Leverence Reflects On Spots Vying For The Emmy
Our annual tradition continues with SHOOT sounding out John Leverence, sr. VP of awards at the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, to get an entertainment industry POV on the spots nominated this year for the primetime Emmy which are: Procter & Gamble’s “The Talk” directed by Malik Vitthal...
Friday, Jul. 27, 2018
Christopher McQuarrie Sheds Light On "Mission: Impossible," Creative Bond With Tom Cruise
In previous "Mission: Impossible" movies, action often came first, and story second. It's almost ironic then that when writer-director Christopher McQuarrie and Tom Cruise decided to focus on character for the sixth movie, "Fallout," now playing nationwide, they'd end up with the most exciting "...
Thursday, Jun. 28, 2018
Jerry Seinfeld Discusses "Comedians in Cars," Litigation, Being Professionally Apolitical
As "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee" cruises into its tenth season, Jerry Seinfeld realizes that with great success also comes the potential for lawsuits. He experienced it with the "Seinfeld" television series, his animated turn in "Bee Movie," and now with his latest show. The lawsuit comes from...
Friday, Jun. 15, 2018
Christopher Plummer Discusses "Boundaries," "All the Money in the World," #MeToo
Regal and commanding even in his youth, Christopher Plummer has turned into an even mightier force in old age. The 88-year-old Plummer earlier this year became the oldest actor ever nominated for an Oscar (for his J. Paul Getty in "All the Money in the World"), six years after setting the mark for...
Monday, Jun. 4, 2018
Jodie Foster Checks Into "Hotel Artemis," Discusses Career In Front Of And Behind The Camera
Writer-director Drew Pearce hadn't even sent out the script for his futuristic, hospital-for-criminals thriller "Hotel Artemis" when Jodie Foster called asking to be part of it. Foster said she's done that quite a few times: It's a strategy for finding the best roles. The 55-year-old actress said...
Friday, May. 18, 2018
Filmmaker Errol Morris Discusses "Wormwood"
With a filmography that includes such lauded documentaries as The Thin Blue Line, Gates of Heaven and the Oscar-winning The Fog of War: Eleven Lessons from the Life of Robert S. McNamara, director Errol Morris has continually pushed creative boundaries. The Thin Blue Line, for example, paved the...
Saturday, May. 12, 2018
Paul Dano Scores At Cannes With His Directorial Debut, "Wildlife"
The Cannes Film Festival can validate an aspiring filmmaker like few other places. In a year light on American directors at Cannes, one of the few trumpeted by the festival is Paul Dano, whose filmmaking debut "Wildlife" opened Cannes' Critics Week sidebar. "Wildlife," which the 33-year-old Dano...