Alexandra Daddario can currently be seen in the CBS All Access show, "Why Women Kill.' On the show, she's in a throuple relationship as the other woman in an open marriage. She talks to CineMovie about the racy subject, and real-life cases among her friends.
Many credit Carl Sagan's unique vision of space exploration as the source behind the award-winning 1980 television series "Cosmos: A Personal Voyage," but the producer of Nat Geo's revival of the beloved show, "Cosmos: Possible Worlds" says Ann Druyan, Sagan's widow, is the brains behind both shows. CineMovie sat down with "Cosmos" creator, writer, director and executive producer Druyan and her producing partner Brannon Braga to talk about the show's second season on Nat Geo show and Sagan's legacy.
Jeff Bucknam, a retired race car driver, drove one of the stunt cars in FORD V FERRARI. CineMovie was one of the outlets talking to the son of racing car icon Ronnie Bucknam for a behind the scenes look at how they shot those amazing racing scenes in the movie. FORD V FERRARI is now available on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital.
"The Biggest Loser" returned to television on USA Networks in a revamped version of the NBC competition series airing Tuesdays. Inspirational trainer Erica Lugo who went through her own transformation losing 160 pounds is coaching the Red Team. CineMovie talked to the self-made trainer about her own journey and what she brings to the show.
Harrison Ford stars opposite a dog in CALL OF THE WILD but on set, he acted with another actor pretending to be a dog. The actor jokes with CineMovie about playing pretend, and some other behind the scenes fun. Listen to the interview below.
Tom Holland and Chris Pratt star in Disney*Pixar’s ONWARD as elf brothers who embark on a quest to find a magic stone that will reconnect them with their father. Directed and written by Dan Scanlon, ONWARD is set in a suburban fantasy world with elves and fairies who no longer use their magical powers because of modern day conveniences. In this interview below, CineMovie asked the actors and director what viewers could learn about their character’s journey.
CALL OF THE WILD director Chris Sanders needed a real dog to model the movie's Buck after. He tells CineMovie a great story how his wife found a dog like Buck named "Buckley" on Pet Finder, and the director adopted him and used him to model the movie's computer-generated star. Watch the feel-good story below.
Neil deGrasse Tyson returns as the host of COSMOS in its second season on the National Geographic channel. CineMovie caught up with the astrophysicist and author at the Los Angeles premiere to talk science and what planet he'd like to travel to once space travel for civilians is possible.
Actors often embellish the truth when it comes to having a skill for a movie part. When casting came calling for an actor who could ski, DOWNHILL's Zoe Chao may have told a little lie about her skiing abilities.
Scoot McNairy plays DEA Agent Walt Breslin in season 2 of Netflix's "Narcos: Mexico." Unfortunately he and his American costars suffered from Montezuma's Revenge during the 7-month production in Mexico. He soldiered through and he's giving CineMovie behind the scenes deets on the show including whether he'd return for a season 3.
Lucy Hale ("Katy Keene," "Pretty Little Liars") stars in a horror re-invention of the 70s tv show, FANTASY ISLAND with Michael Pena as Mr. Roarke and Maggie Q. CineMovie sat down to talk about her experience working on Blumhouse's FANTASY ISLAND and living on a boat for two months during production which almost drove the group nutty. Watch the video below.