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Lily James, Matt Smith, Douglas Booth, Bella Heathcote and Jack Houston Talk Sexy Victorian Zombie Slayers

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Lily James ("Downton Abbey") and Bella Heathcote call the ladies of PRIDE AND PREJUDICE AND ZOMBIES "Spice Girls with swords" while Matt Smith (Dr. Who) describes the female zombie slayers as "sexy" in his book. Their co-stars Jack Houston, and Douglas Booth also enjoyed the ladies kick butt on set and on the screen. The actors praise the film for its female empowerment and enjoyed the fact that the men are the damsels in distress. Listen to the interview with the PRIDE AND PREJUDICE AND ZOMBIES stars below. 

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Tim Roth Talks Mexican Film '600 Miles' and Working Across the Border

Tim Roth CineMovie interview

Tim Roth teams up with Mexican filmmakers Michel Franco and Gabriel Ripstein to make independent film, 600 MILES co-starring Kristyan Ferrer. The English and Spanish Mexican film didn't require The Hateful Eight actor to speak Spanish, and he's telling us what it was like working with Kristyan Ferrer who didn't speak much English. Kristyan Ferrer also tells us he was very nervous when he found he'd be working with the accliamed Hollywood actor.

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'The Boy's' Lauren Cohan Talks Creepy Co-Star & Why You Might Need A Barf Bag for 'The Walking Dead' Mid-Season Return

Lauren Cohan The Boy interview

When "The Walking Dead’s" Lauren Cohan isn’t killing off zombies on the popular show, she’s running away from porcelain dolls in her new movie, THE BOY. CineMovie talked to the British actress via Skype to talk about her new role, if she’s adverse to the life-like dolls and what we can expect from the mid-season return of “The Walking Dead.”

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'13 Hours' Director Michael Bay Didn't Set Out To Make Another Rah-Rah Action Movie

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Michael Bay’s film are notorious for glorifying the military and showcasing the action in slow motion, but you won’t find any of his signature camera moves in his latest 13 HOURS: THE SECRET OF SOLDIERS OF BENGHAZI. Michael Bay says he didn't set out to make a “rah-rah” action film about these ex-military contractors, but he wanted to set the record straight at what really happened that fateful night on September 11, 2012 when four American’s died from an ambush by Islamic militants. He went to great lengths to bring accuracy to the action-drama by consulting with the brave survivors, the CIA and to stay truthful to the story told in the book, "13 Hours: The Inside Account of What Really Happened In Benghazi."  He gives us insight into his meeting with the CIA and why it was important for the world to know what really happened.

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Marlon Wayans, Kali Hawk & 'Fifty Shades of Black' Director Talk Marlon's Magic Mike Scene at Hollywood Premiere

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In FIFTY SHADES OF BLACK, Marlon Wayans doesn't only parody the risqué novel turned movie, but MAGIC MIKE also gets the spoof treatment with Marlon Wayans stripping down to a g-string. Wayans co-star Kali Hawk and director Michael Tiddes (A HAUNTED HOUSE) reveal the star wasn't thrilled to take it all off, but Wayans is telling us a different story. Watch the hilarious interview where Wayans offers to show us his "johnson" to prove he's not a "prude."

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New on Blu-ray/DVD: Joseph Gordon-Levitt On 'The Walk's' Disappointing Box Office

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Joseph Gordon-Levitt plays high-wire artist Philippe Petit in THE WALK, the Frenchman who crossed between the two World Trade Centers towers in 1974. The Robert Zemeckis film is very entertaining and a real nail-biter with an enjoyable performance from Joseph Gordon-Levitt, but THE WALK failed to capture audiences in North America with a take of only $10 million. Gordon-Levitt talked to us about THE WALK not performing well at the box office, and what really counts when it comes to his movies.

THE WALK is now on Blu-ray, DVD and digital download. It's worth checking out.

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Chris Pine and Casey Affleck on Playing Non-Brooding Heroes in 'The Finest Hours'

Chris Pine and Casey Affleck The Finest Hours interview

In THE FINEST HOURS, Chris Pine and Casey Affleck play real-life heroes who saved over 30 men during a blizzard in Cape Cod in 1952. As the heroes of THE FINEST HOURS, both actors are low-key in their performances, but the two actors say the real men were actually not the brooding kind nor hard-edged heroes like the modern day James Bond or superheroes we see today. Instead they took on a different approach and played the characters as old-fashion heroes in a film that's a throwback to a more innocent time. 

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'The Forest' Star Natalie Dormer Isn’t Superstitious and She's Talking New Season of 'Games of Thrones'

Natalie Dormer TheForest interview


In THE FOREST, Natalie Dormer’s character(s) venture into a haunted Japanese forest. The actress is not easily spooked so when was given the chance to visit the real-life forest known for paranormal activity - she jumped at the chance. She tells Cinemovie of her experience in the forbidden place and the grueling shoot. THE FOREST star also reveals why Latinos make great horror films that she counts as some of her favorites, and of course, we couldn’t let the conversation end without talking about Margaery Tyrell’s fate in Games of Thrones season 6.  

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'Telenovela' Star Diana Maria Riva Talks Eva Longoria's Funny Bone on NBC Show

"Telenovela" actress Diana Maria Riva ("The Bridge," Love & Mercy) says Eva Longoria is one funny lady on the NBC show which airs on Mondays. On the show, Riva plays "Mimi," the stylist and best friend to Longoria's "Ana Sofia" character on the sitcom that takes viewers behind the scenes of a telenovela and its star. "Telenovela" also stars Amaury Nolasco ("Prison Break) and musician turned actor JenCarlos Canela, Add a comment

Lalo Alcaraz Talks FOX's Bordertown and the Political Satire in Show

Lalo Alcaraz interview

Lalo Alcaraz, the cartoonist behind "La Cucaracha," the nationally syndicated daily comic strip, brings his political satire to FOX's new show "Bordertown" as a supervising producer and writer. CineMovie caught up with the Mexican-American artist to discuss the new show, why BORDERTOWN is groundbreaking and why the political and social commentary may offend some.

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