How To Get To This ‘Bachelor’s’ Heart

Like so many that came before him, this season’s star of The Bachelor, Peter Weber was chosen after being one of the contestants on The Bachelorette. Although he didn’t win, he went far enough in the competition to gain a really good understanding of what all of the contestants go through. So, what did he learn? He says it’s not easy, and it’s not a normal dating situation, so the best way to get through to his heart is to cut to the chase. (Click on the media bar below to hear Peter Weber)

The Bachelor airs Mondays at 8/7c on ABC.

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For ‘Snowpiercer’ Stars, The Train Set Became Another Character

When Korean production Snowpiercer was released in 2013, it wasn’t a big box office hit, but it was critically lauded and wound up gaining an immense cult following — helped, no doubt, by the presence of Chris Evans in the cast. Now the film, about a train carrying all that’s left of the human race after a great extinction, is being adapted into a TV series. Jennifer Connelly and Daveed Diggs are two of the show’s stars, and they talked about what it was like to shoot a show that takes place in train cars where the confined space influences everything. (Click on the media bar below to hear Jennifer Connelly & Daveed Diggs)

 

Snowpiercer premieres May 31 on TNT.

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Allison Janney Sees ‘Troop Zero’ As A Perfect Family Movie

Troop Zero tells the story of a young girl who has one obstacle to overcome to win the prize of her dreams: She needs to win a “Birdie Scouts” talent show. The only problem is, she’s not part of the group, so she needs to assemble her own troop to make it into the competition. It’s a sometimes whimsical, sometimes touching movie that co-star Allison Janney says is perfect for a family movie night. (Click on the media bar below to hear Allison Janney)

 

Troop Zero is streaming now on Amazon Prime Video.

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‘Dolittle’ Presented Big Challenges For Robert Downey Jr.

In Dolittle, Robert Downey Jr. works with a long line of big-name co-stars, including Oscar winners Emma Thompson, Octavia Spencer, and Rami Malek, along with Ralph Fiennes, Selena Gomez, and Tom Holland, just to name a few. Except, well, Downey never actually got to work with them. Downey plays the human title character, Dr. John Dolittle, who has the unique ability to talk to animals … and the animals are voiced by that amazing array of talent. Downey told us it was actually a difficult process, because when he was shooting his parts, he was acting against special effects animals who hadn’t been voiced yet, so he had to use a lot of imagination to make it sound credible. (Click in the media bar below to hear Robert Downey Jr.)

Dolittle is playing now in theaters.

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For ‘Bad Boys’ Will Smith & Martin Lawrence, Bonding Was A Laughing Matter

When the original Bad Boys hit theaters in 1995, one of the things critics and audiences loved about the film was the chemistry between stars Will Smith and Martin Lawrence. At the time, both actors were much better known for their TV sitcoms — The Fresh Prince of Bel Air and Martin — than their movie roles, and Bad Boys turned both into bankable leading men at the box office. When we spoke to Lawrence and Smith, they talked about how their common comedic experiences really helped them gel, on-screen and off. (Click on the media bar below to hear Will Smith & Martin Lawrence)

Bad Boys For Life is playing now in theaters.

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Sam Mendes Wanted Unknown Actors On The Front Lines Of ‘1917’

If you go see the Oscar-nominated 1917, yes, you will find a few marquee-level names in the cast, like Colin Firth and Benedict Cumberbatch. The movie’s two main characters, however, are played by actors who weren’t exactly household names: Dean-Charles Chapman and George MacKay. While the two leads have been working steadily in primarily British productions, neither has had a real breakout role — until now. And that’s exactly why director Sam Mendes says he hired them for the film. (Click on the media bar below to hear Sam Mendes)

1917 is playing now in theaters.

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