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Mania Interview: Rachel Weisz by Rob Vaux, Writer
(March 08, 2013)
Rachel Weisz started modeling at the age of 14 when she was still a student. She moved on to acting fairly quickly, with small roles on the BBC and elsewhere. Her big break came starring opposite Keanu Reeves in 1996’s Chain Reaction. Though the film was

Mania Interview: Sam Raimi by Rob Vaux, Writer
(March 07, 2013)
Sam Raimi would have been a legend even if he hadn’t done a thing after the beloved Evil Dead trilogy. But his ambitions carried him beyond that and into the realm of Hollywood’s directing elites. He’s dabbled in different genres in The Quick and the

Mania Interview: Mila Kunis by Rob Vaux, Writer
(March 06, 2013)
Mila Kunis cut her teeth on Fox’s television sitcom That 70s Show, along with a recurring gig on Seth McFarlane’s Family Guy. But she wasn’t content to rest on her sitcom laurels, and eventually found substantial roles on the big screen… including

Mania Interview: James Franco by Rob Vaux, Writer
(March 05, 2013)
James Franco was an alumni of Freaks and Geeks, the groundbreaking television show that also served as a jumping-off point for Seth Rogen and Jason Segel. Three years later, he hit the big time as Harry Osborn in Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man trilogy. Notable f

Mania Interview: Steven Spielberg by Rob Vaux, Writer
(March 05, 2013)
Oscar Shmoscar! A disappointing night for Lincoln at the Academy Awards didn’t phase director Steven Spielberg one bit. Two days later, he announced the arrival of the IWitness Video Challenge, a program linked to his Shoah Foundation designed to give sc

Mania Interview: Nicole Kidman by Rob Vaux, Mania Critic
(February 26, 2013)
Nicole Kidman started with small roles in her native Australia, garnering considerable attention after playing the lead in the Aussie thriller Dead Calm. Hollywood soon beckoned, though she spent several years on middling, unremarkable projects like Billy

Mania Interview: Bruce Willis by Rob Vaux, Writer
(February 13, 2013)
Even after thirty years in the business, Bruce Willis continues to make a splash. He began with small roles on shows like Miami Vice and the 80s version of The Twilight Zone before striking gold opposite Cybill Shepherd in the iconic romantic comedy series

Mania Interview: Julia Snigir by Rob Vaux, Writer
(February 12, 2013)
Julia Snigir isn’t well-known here, but she’s already made a name for herself in her native Russia with multiple roles to her credit, before that, she served as an international model… which she came to after growing up as a chess prodigy. She makes

Star Trek Into Darkness: Behind The Scenes Featurette by Robert T. Trate, News Editor
(January 31, 2013)
Check out this brief interview with director J.J. Abrams about his next project, Star Trek Into Darkness. He he discusses the film and what he thinks about using 3D for this project.

Mania Interview: Griffin Dunne by Rob Vaux, Writer
(January 24, 2013)
Griffin Dunne got started as an actor in Hollywood, including prominent roles in An American Werewolf in London, After Hours and Johnny Dangerously. He eventually moved behind the camera as well, helming the likes of Practical Magic and The Accidental Husb

Mania Interview: Peter Farrelly by Rob Vaux, Columnist and Critic
(January 24, 2013)
Along with his brother Bobby, Peter Farelly has become the go-to guy for raunchy gross-out comedies. His works include Dumber and Dumber, Kingpin, There’s Something About Mary, Stuck on You, and the recent reboot of The Three Stooges. His latest project

Mania Interview: WARREN MURPHY by Tim Janson, Columnist and Critic
(January 22, 2013)
In 1963, two writers, Warren Murphy and Richard Sapir set out to write an action novel. It took them 8 years to finally sell their book but in 1971, Created: The Destroyer was released, introducing the world to Remo Williams and his mentor Chiun, the mast

Mania Interview: Jaimie Alexander by Rob Vaux, Writer
(January 16, 2013)
Jaimie Alexander first become known to genre fans as Jessi XX, the counterpart to the title character on Kyle XY. She made an even bigger impression as Sif, the Asgardian warrior fighting alongside Chris Hemsworth’s Thor. 2013 has proven to be a banner

Mania Interview: Arnold Schwarzenegger by Rob Vaux, Writer
(January 14, 2013)
Body-builder. Movie star. Governor. In a lifetime of evolving roles, Arnold Schwarzenegger has seen it all. He’s the model of the American success story: a penniless immigrant who made his dreams come through with hard work and a burning desire to be the

Sif talks Thor: The Dark World by Robert T. Trate , News Editor
(January 07, 2013)
I am Rogue had the opportunity to sit down and chat with Sif herself, Jamie Alexander, on Thor: The Dark World. Jamie fights the urge to discuss certain aspects of the plot. She does reveal enough to wet our appetite for November 2013.

Who is That Dwarf? Part 3 by Rob Vaux, Columnist and Writer
(December 12, 2012)
The new adaptation of The Hobbit is finally upon us, and while many of the cast members are either returning favorites (Ian McKellan, Andy Serkis), or moderately well-known newcomers (Martin “Dr. Watson” Freeman), quite a few are complete unknowns. Spe

Who is That Dwarf? Part 2 by Rob Vaux, Columnist and Writer
(December 11, 2012)
The new adaptation of The Hobbit is finally upon us, and while many of the cast members are either returning favorites (Ian McKellan, Andy Serkis), or moderately well-known newcomers (Martin “Dr. Watson” Freeman), quite a few are complete unknowns. Spe

Who is That Dwarf? by Rob Vaux, Columnist and Writer
(December 10, 2012)
he new adaptation of The Hobbit is finally upon us, and while many of the cast members are either returning favorites (Ian McKellan, Andy Serkis), or moderately well-known newcomers (Martin “Dr. Watson” Freeman), quite a few are complete unknowns. Spec

Hobbit Making of: Return to Middle Earth by Robert T. Trate, News Editor
(December 06, 2012)
ENTV has posted a behind the scenes special of Peter Jackson's The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. Sit back and enjoy this 13 minute special titled “Return to Middle Earth”. Here we will see more of Middle Earth than we’ve ever seen before.

Mania Interview: James Spader by Rob Vaux, Writer
(November 13, 2012)
James Spader began his career at the age of 21, with a role as Brooke Shields’ brother in Endless Love. He soon established his name with a string of edgy films aimed at younger audiences – Pretty in Pink, Less Than Zero and the indie breakout hit Sex,

Mania Interview: Steven Spielberg by Rob Vaux, Writer
(November 07, 2012)
Even today, some people think Steven Spielberg is too popular to be a truly great filmmaker. Just like all those other popular filmmakers like Alfred Hitchcock, David Lean, Preston Sturges, and Sidney Lumet. 31 movies. Three Oscars. The definitive cinemati

Mania Interview: Daniel Day-Lewis by Rob Vaux, Writer
(November 06, 2012)
There aren’t many actors out there with the legendary reputation of two-time Oscar winner Daniel Day-Lewis. Though classically trained, he has become known for a form of method acting in which he completely immerses himself in the part. It’s paid off w

Mania Interview: Rich Moore by Rob Vaux, Writer
(November 02, 2012)
Rich Moore graduated from Cal Arts: the same school that produced Tim Burton, Jon Lasseter and Brad Bird. It took him to television, where he thrived directing episodes of The Simpsons, Futurama, Drawn Together, and the “Spy vs. Spy” clips on MAD TV. H

Mania Interview: John C. Reilly by Rob Vaux, Writer
(November 01, 2012)
John C. Reilly began his career on a high note, playing a very dim member of Sean Penn’s platoon in Casualties of War. His solid character work in comedies and drama alike established a high bar of quality. He’s worked for such directors as Martin Scor

Mania Exclusive: Rick Baker Interview by Robert T. Trate, News Editor
(October 31, 2012)
I was at an award ceremony a few weeks ago and a fellow colleague pointed out to me that Make Up Legend Rick Baker had ducked away from the press line. What my colleague failed to notice was that Rick Baker had reappeared and was actually standing behind t