The stars of the film discuss injuries they endured while filming, the importance Michelle Rodriguez returning for the sixth installment and the great debate of who would win a car race among the cast members.
The New York Times critics on Frances Ha, Augustine and Star Trek: Into Darkness.
Noah Baumbach, the director of Frances Ha, narrates a scene featuring Greta Gerwig, Mickey Sumner and Adam Driver.
During an interview with theGrio.com s Chris Witherspoon, Sweet Brown talks about about her decision to take on Hollywood and spills the details on her new reality show.
The British actor known for the updated Sherlock Holmes series Sherlock talks about joining the Star Trek cast for the newest film in the franchise, revealing the prank his fellow cast members played on him.
The actor chats about the third installment of The Hangover, which will open nationwide on May 23, saying getting back into character as the odd but lovable Alan is like riding a bike.
Chris Matthews shares his thoughts on why The Great Gatsby is truly the great American novel.
Chris Matthews talks with the Washington Post s Ann Hornaday about the newest adaptation from director Baz Luhrmann: a flashy, 3D version of The Great Gatsby, that has literary and film critics on the edge of their seats.
The New York Times critics on The Great Gatsby, Stories We Tell and Venus & Serena.
Sarah Polley, the director of 'Stories We Tell,' discusses her film.
In just days, Kirk, Spock, and Uhura will be back in theaters in the new film Star Trek Into Darkness. Actor Chris Pine talks about playing iconic the role of Captain Kirk, saying I feel so lucky to be where I am.
Ben Wheatley, the director of Sightseers, discusses his film.
Baz Luhrmann, the director of The Great Gatsby, narrates a scene from his film featuring Leonardo DiCaprio and Tobey Maguire.
The actor who plays Spock chats about filming the upcoming Star Trek Into Darkness and being instructed by director J. J. Abrams to keep the plot under wraps.
Actor Zachary Quinto plays Spock in the new film Star Trek Into Darkness. He tells TODAY s Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb that he wasn t intimidated playing the role made iconic by Leonard Nimoy, and says he and the original Spock portrayer became amazing friends during the filming.