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Rob Riggle Fought For Dramatic Role In 'Midnight Sun'

Midnight Sun Rob Riggles interview

Rob Riggle often tickles our funny bone as the comic relief in many of his movies (21 JUMP STREET, THE HANGOVER) and television projects. We've also often seen the comedian play military and authoritative types (12 STRONG, LET'S BE COPS) given his tall statue and military background, but this time he wanted to play up the sensitive side of a character. Riggle's tells Sabina Graves how he fought for the role as a single father to an teen (played by Bella Thorne) suffering from a rare disease in MIDNIGHT SUN. Watch the interview below.

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'Love, Simon' Cast and Director Greg Berlanti Hope Movie Inspires Gay Teens

Love Simon NYC Screening

LOVE, SIMON isn't just a movie. The John Hughes-inspired rom-com is a heart-warming coming of age tale for a gay teen looking for his first love connection. Director Greg Berlanti, actors Nick Robinson, Katherine Langford, Alexandra Shipp, Keiynan Lonsdale, Jorge Lendeborg Jr. and Natasha Rothwell talk about the significance the movie has for teens and adults.

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'Fear the Walking Dead's' Danay Garcia On Why Her Season 3 Exit Was Perfect And Reprising Role

Fear the Walking Dead Danay Garcia interview

Fear the Walking Dead’s Danay Garcia (“Luciana”) made a dramatic exit from the ranch in season 3 of the AMC horror drama and rightly so. While most actors hate being killed off or written off a show, the Cuban actress tells CineMovie Lucian’s exit was the right move for the character in season 3. In case you missed the bloody season and Luciana’s exit, Fear The Walking Dead season 3 is now available Blu-ray and DVD.

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Actress Stephanie Arcila Shakes Up HBO's 'Here And Now' With New Character

HBO Here and Now

On Sunday’s episode of "Here and Now," the introduction of a new character will resolve a lingering question about a few characters. That new character is played by actress Stephanie Arcila (Jenni Rivera: Mariposa de Barrio), and CineMovie spoke to her about the new role and what it was like working with creator Alan Ball (True Blood, Six Feet Under, American Beauty), Holly Hunter and Tim Robbins.

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Joel Edgerton And Nash Edgerton Talk 'Gringo' and Being Best Of Friends

Joel Edgerton Nash Edgerton Gringo Interview

Brothers Joel and Nash Edgerton are best of friends and collaborators on many film projects. The Aussie siblings team up once again in the dark action comedy, GRINGO with Nash in the director’s seat bossing his little brother around. The two describe their working relationship, and why the director’s goal was not to offend his Mexican friends with the movie.

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'The Strangers: Prey At Night' Director Johannes Roberts Talks John Carpenter Influence In Horror Film

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Director Johannes Roberts (47 METERS DOWN, F) returns horror to old school with his new film, THE STRANGERS: PREY AT NIGHT. CineMovie sat down with him at The Strangers Experience to talk about why John Carpenter has a big influence on the film from the visuals to the music. Watch interview below.

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The Making of the Hulk For 'Thor: Ragnarok' with VFX Supervisor Jake Morrison

Thor Ragnarok The Hulk Behind The Scenes

The new and improved Hulk in THOR: RAGNAROK was a genius re-invention of the character. No longer a strictly CGI character, the special effects team turned the not-so-jolly green giant into a walking, talking and emotional character. VFX supervisor Jake Morrison (Marvel Studios’ “Ant-Man,” “Thor: The Dark World”) explains how the effects were achieved for the new Hulk and why Cate Blanchett didn't have to bother with costumes changes and that thorny headdress.  

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Interview: Pixar's 'Coco' Stars Angelica Vale and Angelica Maria Cried Even Before Movie Started

Coco Angelica Vale Angelica Maria Interview

Mother/daughter duo Angelica Vale and Angelica Maria voice roles in the Spanish version of the Disney Pixar movie which is out now on iTunes, Amazon Video, 4K, Blu-ray and DVD. The legendary Mexican actresses sat down with CineMovie's Valentina Patruno in Miami to talk about what made them cry even before the movie started and what it means to voice characters in the beloved animated film that's sure to become a classic. Watch below.

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Stop-Motion Animated Film 'Early Man' Cheats With A Little CGI

Early Man on set stop motion

Stop-motion director Nick Park returns with his latest film, EARLY MAN. The stop-motion film has many scenes in a crowd-filled stadium. Given that every character and prop is made of clay in a stop-motion movie, the animators stop at creating 35,000 puppets for those sequences so they look to newer technology for a little help.

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Kevin Feige Explains Why Black Panther Can Be The Most Radical Marvel Superhero

Marvel Black Panther Kevin Feige

BLACK PANTHER elevates the superhero genre to a new level. The blockbuster film is much more than just a popcorn film with a largely African-American cast and a political message that may be the most radical film for Marvel or any superhero film.  Kevin Feige tells CineMovie the "Black Panther" comics was born with the DNA so why not explore it more in a modern context. Watch video below.

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