From Sunrise Bay to The Crows Have Eyes III: The Crowening.
Series creator Sam Sheridan talks Salvador Dalí, Man Ray, the real-life George Hodel, and the “undercurrent of misogyny” in Surrealism.
The Other Two creators on why they turned Justin Theroux’s apartment into a very funny, (probably) fictional joke.
“Ian’s real journey now is actually just beginning, you know?”
“Would he go back and do it all again? Probably. That’s the man we’ve come to know Roger to be.”
Dan Levy and Catherine O’Hara break down how the standout scene in Moira Rose’s “comeback vehicle” took flight.
How the actress tried to find the balance in portraying the worst and best moments of her character’s life simultaneously.
The heart-to-heart chat between Lord John and Claire was “years in the making,” says actor David Berry.
“What I love is that Claire’s not insecure about her love for Jamie or Jamie’s love for her.”
And the “rude” name he has for his beard wig.
“It’s the beginning of the sort of understanding and mutual respect that Jamie has with the Native Americans.”
“Having our actors be in that position of playing slaves — it’s a horrible thing to even watch.”
Creator Jed Mercurio takes us behind the scenes of his British crime drama’s absurdly tense moments.
“I have a huge sense of humor about myself, so I thought, ‘F–k it.’”
The dream matchup between Jason Statham and a megalodon, the largest shark that ever lived, takes certain liberties when it comes to science.