Archives for the 'Interviews' Category
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The directors and producers of Frozen, Monsters University, Epic, The Croods, and Despicable Me 2 sit down with The Hollywood Reporter’s film editor and technology writer to discuss their films.
Director Dan Scanlon and Producer Kori Rae stop by Google for a conversation about Pixar’s latest animated hit “Monsters University.”
The Hollywood Reporter’s awards analyst Scott Feinberg sits down with Tim Burton to discuss Frankenweenie, nominated for Best Animated Feature Film at this year’s Oscars.
David Silverman on ‘The Longest Daycare’ being nominated for the best animated short film at this year’s Oscars.
Click here to watch The Longest Daycare.
James L. Brooks on his first introduction to Matt Groening and the long-term success and evolution of The Simpsons.
Paperman is the animated short that ran in front of Wreck-It-Ralph and is now nominated for a Best Animated Short Oscar. Watch the telecast on February 24, 2013 to see if John takes home as Oscar.
Legendary voice actor Billy West interview on FOX News’ Red Eye.
Batman: Year One arrives October 18, 2011 as a Blu-ray Combo Pack and DVD, On Demand and for Download. Batman: Year One will also be available in a special download-for-purchase early window starting October 11 through iTunes, Xbox Live, Zune, VUDU HD Movies and Video Unlimited on the PlayStation Network & Sony Entertainment Network.
Following his initial recording session for Batman: Year One, McKenzie took some time to discuss the film, the character, Adam West and more.
What was your initial reaction to being offered the role of Batman?
BEN MCKENZIE: When I got the offer for Batman: Year One, I was very excited because I really like this particular take on Batman. It’s a darker take â€“ a Frank Miller take â€“ on the origin story. And I think it’s fun to play the character in a way that it is more reminiscent of his being a real vigilante. He’s a tough, tortured soul who is exacting revenge upon a criminal element that took something very important away from him. As an actor, this role gives you a little bit more backstory, so you have the chance to play him as a real person, albeit a person who is a little bit mentally unstable, perhaps, but heroic nonetheless. Itâ€™s exciting to get to play a character who is so specifically intense and unusual.
Charlie Rose sits down with Bob Iger, President and CEO of the Walt Disney Company to discuss all things Disney, including Pixar and Marvel and what their plans are to bring Disney fully into the digital age.