Marvel has revolutionized the way we see superhero/action movies. Since 2002 with Spider-Man starring Tobey Maguire all the way to this year’s Ant-Man and The Avengers: Age Of Ultron, the bar continues to be set higher and higher. There have been a few misfires along the way, but most of the films have been top notch. Next year, that excellence should continue with the new Marvel film Captain America: Civil War. The project will focus on the escalating rift between Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.) and Captain America (Chris Evans), a deteriorating relationship which may alter their respective involvement with The Avengers.
Evans told us that the Marvel films continue to impress and exceed one’s expectations. He also added that he is very proud to be part of the Marvel family. (Click on the media bar below to hear Chris Evans)
Captain America: Civil War opens in theaters May 6, 2016.
It’s been a busy year for Vanessa Lachey, as she gave birth to her second child in February and also worked on an NBC pilot that unfortunately didn’t get picked up. But the “sun, moon, and the stars” aligned for Lachey as she joined the ensemble of the freshman sitcom Truth Be Told.
The show centers on the lives of two couples (Mark-Paul Gosselaar and Lachey, Tone Bell and Bresha Webb) that live in a refreshingly unfiltered matter. There’s a lot of “truth” behind this comedy, and it’s one of the aspects that attracted Lachey to the project.
“My take on the character is literally art imitating life,” says Lachey. “I am a mother. I have a husband who is in some ways like Mark-Paul’s character Mitchell – he just wants to do right in this world. Not only am I juggling that but my full-time career but also a crazy kid in the show. (I have) two crazy kids in real life. It’s just about being a modern woman and knowing how to take it all in stride with your high heels on and a smile on your face and kissing your husband at night!”
Click on the media bar to hear Vanessa Lachey and Bresha Webb talk about the honest and open comedic approach that’s the foundation of Truth Be Told:
To read about Mark-Paul Gosselaar and Tone Bell’s take on Truth Be Told, please check out the following post on Deepest Dream.
The CBS hit drama The Good Wife is one of the best television shows on the air. Every week, there seems to be twists and turns with the characters, as the show never lets its loyal viewers stay complacent for too long. From week to week, fans are dying to know what will happen next. But if you ask Good Wife star Julianna Margulies, she will tell you just the opposite; that the fans in her personal life and the fans she encounters in public really don’t want to know too much about what will happen next. Sometimes surprises aren’t meant to be spoiled! (Click on the audio bar below to hear Julianna Margulies)
Tom Hanks has been entertaining the world for over three decades. His first role was back in 1981 in the horror flick He Knows You’re Alone. Since then, he has gone on to star in several beloved movies including Big,Splash, Saving Private Ryan, Forrest Gump and many more. Hanks has won numerous awards, including two Academy Awards, and he has definitely had one of the most distinguished careers in Hollywood history.
We spoke to Tom Hanks and asked him if he remembers when he first wanted to become an actor. (Click on the media bar below to hear Tom Hanks)
Tom Hanks currently stars in Clint Eastwood’sSully.
Thursday nights on ABC it’s TGIT night with the Shonda Rhimes shows Grey’s Anatomy, Scandal, and How to Get Away with Murder. This triple threat makes for highly addictive viewing thanks to the talented ensemble and writing staff that surround each respective show.
Scandal star Kerry Washington, who plays political fixer Olivia Pope, is not only honored to star on Scandal but also loves being a part of Shondaland. This makes TGIT night a special experience for Washington. (Click on the media bar below to hear Kerry Washington).
Are you a fan of Shondaland and which of these three series is your favorite program? Let us know!
Catch Grey’s Anatomy at 8/7c, Scandal 9/8c. and How to Get Away With Murder at 10/9c on ABC.