Peter Atencio, the director of “Keanu,” is a big cat lover! No wonder the film features an adorable kitten named Keanu! Making his debut as a feature film director (he captained the beloved “Key and Peele” series on Comedy Central), Atencio, like the movie and the series, is smart and funny. In this interview, we talked about his interest in making the movie, working with Jordan Peele and Keegan-Michael Key, how many kittens played Keanu, and George Michael!
Oh yeah, and the kitten farted in the middle of our interview!
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Director Garry Marshall ends his holiday trilogy with “Mother’s Day.” After “Valentine’s Day” and “New Year’s Eve,” Marshall gathers big name stars (Julia Roberts, Jennifer Aniston, Kate Hudson, Jason Sudeikis) for this feel good charmer celebrating our first love, our moms.
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The moment I walked into the interview room, I heard Kate Hudson saying “we love Manny!” Awwwwww. It melted my heart, and it was fun to see the actress again after sitting down with her for 2011’s “Something Borrowed.” In “Mother’s Day,” Hudson is hiding her marriage to Aasif Mandvi from her conservative parents played by Margo Martindale and Robert Pine. Take a look at my fun interview with Hudson and Mandvi.
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It’s always fun to talk to Jason Sudeikis! He’s smart and sweet and is always welcoming. In “Mother’s Day,” he plays the character of Mr. Mom who falls for Jennifer Aniston’s Sandy. In this interview, we talked about his interest in making the film, his Mr. Mom character, and rapping!
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I am fortunate enough to have interviewed the iconic Garry Marshall multiple times culminating with his holiday trilogy “Valentine’s Day,” “New Year’s Eve,” and now, “Mother’s Day.” And let me tell you a secret, “Mother’s Day” is the best of Marshall’s holiday trilogy! It’s fun and the structure is simpler. I sat down with the director to see if this is the last of his holiday trilogy because honestly, there’s still Arbor Day
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