Rosemarie DeWitt Interview for “Promised Land!” I Love Her! 


I love, love, love Rosemarie Dewitt! From “Mad Men” to “United States of Tara” to her film appearances this year in the fantastic “Your Sister’s Sister” and “Promised Land,” Dewitt is a fine actress. In “Promised Land,” she plays Alice, the woman between the dueling gas company salesman (Matt Damon) and activist (John Krasinski).

Sure, “Promised Land” is being called a fracking movie but it’s more than that – it’s about a community and their collected lives, hopes, and dreams. And it’s funny!

In this interview, Dewitt and I talked about:

*** Her character as the heart of the film
*** Her party-teacher character
*** What got her interested in making “Promised Land”
*** The film’s script written by Damon and Krasinski
*** The chemistry between Damon and Frances McDormand
*** Working with Matt Damon and John Krasinski
*** Matt Damon’s character’s evolution



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"Zero Dark Thirty" Tops Black Film Critics Circle Awards 


This awards season, it's either Ben Affleck's "Argo" or Kathryn Bigelow's "Zero Dark Thirty" that has been winning Best Picture trophies from most award-giving bodies. Oh, Paul Thomas Anderson's "The Master" also sneaks in every now and then. But with the Black Film Critics Circle awards, it's Bigelow who was the top winner. "Zero Dark Thirty" won Best Picture and Bigelow took the Best Director award.

Here's the complete list of winners; for nominees/winners of other award-giving bodies, click here:

Best Film
"Zero Dark Thirty"

Best Director
Kathryn Bigelow, "Zero Dark Thirty"

Best Actor
Daniel Day-Lewis, "Lincoln"

Best Actress
Jessica Chastain, "Zero Dark Thirty"

Best Supporting Actor
Christoph Waltz, "Django Unchained"

Best Supporting Actress
Anne Hathaway, "Les Misérables"

Best Adapted Screenplay
"Argo"

Best Original Screenplay
"Django Unchained"

Best Animated Film
"Rise of the Guardians"

Best Foreign Film
"The Intouchables"

Best Documentary
"The Central Park Five"

Best Ensemble
"Lincoln"

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Naomi Watts Interview for “The Impossible” 


Naomi Watts is a marvel in the new film “The Impossible” by director Juan Antonio Bayona (“The Orphanage”). She plays Maria, the mother of a family torn apart by the Tsunami that hit Thailand on Dec. 26, 2004. “The Impossible” tells the true-story of Maria Belon, played in the movie by Watts.

In this interview, we talked about:

*** How can someone with fear of water star in “The Impossible?”
*** How was it meeting the real Maria?
*** Working with Tom Holland who plays her son in the film
*** Being honored at the upcoming Palm Springs International Film Festival



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Ewan McGregor Interview for “The impossible” 


I’ve always admired Ewan McGregor. I think he’s an underrated actor who has always been consistent in shining in his movies. In his latest flick, “The Impossible,” McGregor is fantastic as Henry, the father of the family devastated by the Tsunami of December 26, 2004. This is their true story.

In this interview, we talked about:

*** What did he think of the script initially?
*** Playing a parent for the first time
*** Working with the child actors
*** His chemistry with Naomi Watts
*** My favorite scene of his in “The Impossible”
*** Working with Juan Antonio Bayona
*** What does he want the audience to take away from the film



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Tom Holland Interview for “The Impossible” 


Relative newcomer Tom Holland is a marvel in the new film “The Impossible.” He’s a stage veteran by now, having starred in “Billy Elliot” in London’s West End, but this is first full-feature film and he has to share screen time with Naomi Watts who’s playing his mom. Holland stars as Lucas, the eldest son of Maria (Watts) and Henry (Ewan McGregor). When the Tsunami hit the coast where their family is vacationing, it’s now up to them to find each other before time runs out.

Based on a true story from one of the survivors, Maria Belon, “The Impossible” is directed by Juan Antonio Bayona. You will cry a lot!

In this interview, Holland and I talked about:

*** What was his initial reaction to the script?
*** Working with Naomi Watts
*** Acting on-stage versus on-film
*** Filming the violent underwater scenes



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