Neil Patrick Harris is one of the most talented actors in Hollywood. Not only does he star in the CBS comedy hit series How I Met Your Mother, he is also in much demand to host award shows, including the Tony Awards and the Emmy Awards. As if his schedule isn’t busy enough, Harris also squeezes in films when he gets a chance, all in addition to being a father to two young children.
We spoke to Harris who told us its a little bit tricky to balance all the things he wants to do.
How I Met Your Mother airs Monday 8/7 central on CBS.
One of the most anticipated movies of the year is the Star Trek sequel, Star Trek Into Darkness. Despite trailers and images that have been released, there is still a lot of secrecy regarding the film. A little more footage has recently been released and we have it for you. Take a look and let us know what you think!
Star Trek Into Darkness opens in theaters May 17, 2013.
The FOX hit series Bones has one of the most loyal fan bases of any television show on the air. Over the course of its eight seasons, the show has been shifted to several different time slots. While many shows wouldn’t be able to survive after so many time slot changes, Bones has. In fact, the show has grown in popularity and ratings.
Bonesstar David Boreanaz appreciates the Bones fans following the show and their dedication.
One of last night’s most unexpected victories came with Ang Lee’s Best Director Oscar win for Life of Pi. During the backstage interviews, Lee divulged that 90% of the film was shot in Tawain.
“This is really an international film,” said Lee. “I’m glad that Taiwan gets to contribute this much to the film, and therefore present the movie to the whole world. I feel like this movie really belongs to the world.”
Lee also admitted that he carried anxiety for “a very long time” while he developed the picture. “It’s a philosophical book and expensive movie,” added the filmmaker. “Sort of the worst combination and a scary one.”
Click on the media bar below and listen to hear Ang Lee talk about his great Oscar night:
After nabbing the Best Actor Oscar last night for Lincoln, Daniel Day-Lewis is now a three-time winner (he previously received Oscars for My Left Foot and There Will Be Blood). Day-Lewis also won Screen Actors Guild, British BATA, and Golden Globe statuettes for his work on the biopic.
When asked if he would love to play more historical figures in the future, Day-Lewis said, “I can’t think of anyone right now because I need to have to lie down for a couple of years. No, I can’t think of any. I really can’t, no. It’s really hard to imagine doing anything after this.”
Click on the media bar below to hear Mr. Lewis talk about how his wife Rebecca Miller handled all the different characters he would take home after a hard day’s shoot: