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Josh Brolin, Miles Teller, Taylor Kitsch and Real Life Hot Shots Talk 'Only The Brave'

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Josh Brolin, Miles Teller, Jennifer Connelly, Taylor Kitsch, Jeff Bridges and James Badge Dale are not just playing characters in another Hollywood movie. The stars of ONLY THE BRAVE portray real-life heroes who sacrificed their lives for the greater good. The actors and real-life firefighters talk about their experience in bringing the story of the brave men, women and their families to the big screen. Watch the full interview below.

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Mariana Treviño and Christopher Von Uckermann Offer Love Advice and Talk New Spanish Film Como Cortar A Tu Patán

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Mariana Treviño plays Amanda, a love expert specializing in getting rid of douchebags in the Spanish comedy COMO CORTAR A TU PATAN (HOW TO GET RID OF YOUR DOUCHEBAG), and Mexican actor Christopher Von Uckermann plays the catch who would be the perfect match for Amanda's sister who's dating a douchebag. (Sebastian Zurita). The comedy which was filmed in Mexico addresses and pokes fun at love and relationships. CineMovie sat down with Trevino and Von Uckermann to talk about all things love and they have some great advice. Add a comment

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Jackie Chan Interview: Hollywood Wouldn't Give Him Chance At Dramatic Roles Until 'The Foreigner'

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Jackie Chan gets to show off more of his dramatic side in THE FOREIGNER along with kicking butt. At a press conference in Los Angeles, Chan said he was tired of being offered the same roles over and over, but THE FOREIGNER offered a different kind of opportunity. Watch the interview below.

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'Chavela' Co-director Dareshi Kyi Talks Documentary And Getting Pedro Almodovar Involved

CHAVELA co-director Dareshi Kyi talks about making the documentary on Chavela Vargas, the ranchera singer extraordinaire, and why the biggest obstacle was getting Spanish director Pedro Almodovar on camera to talk about his muse. It's a gripping film about an artist who channeled her feeling of rejection into her art. It's now playing at the Landmark's Nuart Theatre​ in Los Angeles.

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Meet Penguin's New Gotham Ally: Interview with Robin Lord Taylor & Crystal Reed

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The Penguin has a new accomplice on the new season of GOTHAM with Cynthia Reed ("Teen Wolf") entering the picture as Ben Falcone's daughter Sofia Falcone. What is the extent of this new relationship in season 4? Robin Lord Taylor and Cynthia Reed reveal what's coming up with their characters and Falone's role as a new love interest for Ben McKenzie's James Gordon.

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Interview: Harrison Ford Talks Blade Runner 2049's Worthy Storyline

Blade Runner 2049 press conference Harrison Ford, Ryan Gosling, Robin Wright, director Denis Villaneuve

Harrison Ford returns as Rick Deckard in a sequel to Ridley Scott's 1982 BLADE RUNNER. Would he have taken part in BLADE RUNNER 2049, starring Ryan Gosling and directed by Denis Villaneuve, if the story was not worthy of a sequel? Ford answers our question and reveals his intentions with coming back to the role 35 years later. Listen to the interview below.

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'American Made' Actor Alejandro Edda Talks Fear Of Acting Opposite Tom Cruise

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It’s not easy overpowering Tom Cruise's presence on screen but actor Alejandro Edda commands Cruise’s character in AMERICAN MADE. Edda explains to CineMovie how he got over his intimidation of acting opposite Cruise, a few funny Tom Cruise stories and adventures with the super star. The Mexican actor also shares his experience in the recent Mexican earthquake while he was visiting his hometown of Puebla.

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