It was a sad day for many fans when it was announced that The Big Bang Theory would be coming to an end after 12 seasons. It’s not just the fans who are sad — after all of these years working together, the show’s cast knows it will be difficult to say goodbye to their characters, the show, and each other. But, with the end now in sight, Jim Parsons, Johnny Galecki, Kaley Cuoco, and Kunal Nayyar talked to us at a press event about what they thought the end would be like. (Click on the media bar below to hear Jim Parsons, Johnny Galecki, Kaley Cuoco, & Kunal Nayyar)
The Big Bang Theory airs Thursday nights at 8/7c on CBS.
Jeff Garlin knows funny when he sees it, and he has for a long time. That’s why Garlin, who stars on both ABC’s The Goldbergs and HBO’s Curb Your Enthusiasm, determined his destiny when he was just a teenager, and he did his research by studying the best and funniest filmmakers he could find. (Click on the media bar below to hear Jeff Garlin)
The Goldbergs airs Wednesday nights at 8/7c on ABC.
A Star Is Born has been winning rave reviews and audience accolades, which has got to make Bradley Cooper feel great. After all, the movie is his directorial debut, so there were bound to be a few nerves when he first called, “Action!” He told us, though, that as shooting on the movie was about to begin, he got all the advice he needed … from a dead man. (Click on the media bar below to hear Bradley Cooper)
A Star Is Born, which stars Cooper and Lady Gaga, is playing in theaters now.
Chicago Med may take place at a fictional hospital, but it is set in a real city. And, in the real world, that city and its hospitals are dealing with all kinds of problems. S. Epatha Merkerson, who stars on the show, told us that it tries to make its stories as realistic as possible, so that it holds a mirror up to the country’s health care system. (Click on the media bar below to hear S. Epatha Merkerson)
Starring as the title character on The Flash is hard work and, having done it for five years now, it’s easy for Grant Gustin to get lost in the grind of long days and grueling shoots. But every time he gets to meet fans of the show, especially at big events like Comic-Con, he’s reminded that all of the hard work is totally worth it. (Click on the media bar below to hear Grant Gustin)
Now that we’re into the second half of October, it’s time for the Halloween-inspired movies to show up in theaters. And which movie is more Halloween-inspired than Halloween? Jamie Lee Curtis returns to the role that helped make her famous some 40 years ago, Laurie Strode. And, in a case of fiction mirroring the real-life world outside, her character is determined to deal with her past traumas head-on so she can move on with her life.