Tim Tebow is a Heisman Winner, former NFL player, a minor league baseball player for the New York Mets, and a football analyst. With Run The Race, Tebow and his brother Robby are the producers of the faith based drama Run The Race.
The narrative centers on Zach (Tanner Stine), a high school quarterback whose life takes a different turn after he sustains an injury. Evan Hofer co-stars as Zach’s brother Dave, and though they share different points of view, the pair’s mutual bond helps them persevere through tough times.
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Run The Race, co-starring Kristoffer Polaha and Mykelti Williamson, opens nationwide February 22.
All good things must come to an end, and How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World closes one of cinema’s most beloved trilogies. Gerard Butleris back as the voice of Stoic, the father of the neurotic and unerringly brave leader Hiccup (Jay Baruchel).
“I feel like it’s rare that you truly go in and experience such a fantastical world,” said Butler. “But more importantly than that is the fact that you can travel so far and yet feel so connected because they tell stories we can all connect with.”
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While much of American politics seems to be one big drama, the HBO series Veep has been looking at it as a comedy since 2012. As the real thing has encountered plenty of “truth is stranger than fiction” moments during the show’s seven seasons, Veep’s political world has done its best to push boundaries of its own. When we spoke with series star Julia Louis-Dreyfus, she admitted that the real world’s storylines were crazier than anything her show could have delivered. (Click on the media bar below to hear Julia Louis-Dreyfus)
The final season of Veep will premiere March 31 on HBO.
The personal and professional partnership of choreographer/director Bob Fosse and dancer/actress Gwen Verdon produced several performances, roles, and productions that have become legendary over the years. This spring, FX will be airing a highly anticipated miniseries, Fosse/Verdon, based on the couple’s life and work together. Four-time Oscar nominee Michelle Williams is playing Verdon, and she talked to us about what she learned about the actress during the process of making the miniseries. (Click on the media bar below to hear Michelle Williams)
When Brie Larson was cast as Carol Danvers and her alter ego, Captain Marvel, in the movie of the same name, the Oscar-winner decided she wanted to approach the role in a uniquely personal way. Infusing the character with her own emotions and experiences, she told us, helped her make the performance more organic, and she looked at the whole process as being an amazing, life-changing journey. (Click on the media bar below to hear Brie Larson)
George Clooney’s wearing a lot of hats in his new project: He’s a star, producer, and director on the upcoming miniseries Catch-22, based on the classic novel by James Heller. Clooney is extremely passionate about the series, and he explained to us why he was so gung-ho about getting involved with the project. (Click on the media bar below to hear George Clooney)