Kevin Cosner is one of the best, a Hollywood legend who had time to sit with us and discuss politics in Spain, culture and books. During the promotion of his last movie, Criminal, Costner detailed how difficult is to succeed and maintain his status.
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The Nice Guys is the latest movie from Russell Crowe, a buddy movie where he shares the screen with Ryan Gosling. The typical movie where two guys, very different, end sharing a vision of the world. Holland March (Gosling) and Jackson Healy (Crowe) are tracking down the same missing girl, but when things go terribly awry, the mismatched, fumbling pair are forced to work together.
She is the lady of the moment, the woman who changed the TV with her amazing show How to Get Away with Murder. The latest Emmy winner talked to us in the Beverly Hilton Hotel about her amazing year, her fascination with Shonda Rhymes, creator of the show, and her interest in other cultures. Seriously, who wouldn't want to be Viola Davis?
Jennifer Garner: "I’m fluent in Spanish, love talking and reading in Spanish". I recognize how wonderful is to speak in another language and have the possibility to discover different cultures through the language. It’s difficult for me to read but I do it. I force myself to keep learning.
There are few film franchises with as many fascinating and fun villains as James Bond, from Auric Goldfinger to Ernst Stavro Blofeld to Red Grant to Alec Trevelyan and on, and the 24th Bond film Spectre is no different. In it, Christoph Waltz plays Franz Oberhauser, a mysterious man with a mysterious connection to 007 himself. The two-time Oscar winner was very uncomfortable with some of the questions bu the chat a lot about his passion for the Opera, his lack of Spanish and his love for reading. Here is what he said about his character and what we can expect from him.
Will Smith knows a thing or two about playing a real person on the big screen. He’s done it in Ali, in The Pursuit of Happiness and now in Concussion. The story tells the tale of Dr. Bennet Omalu, the neuropathologist and Nigerian immigrant that forever changed the game of American Football. In 2002, Omalu performed an autopsy on Mike Webster, one of the Pittsburgh Steelers' most famous players. In the years before he died, Webster had struggled with mental illness and fallen into financial ruin.