Interviews

O.J. Simpson’s Bronco chase mesmerized the nation in 1994. Press reporters that existed remember the ‘madness’ of the manhunt.

Would certainly O.J. Simpson live or pass away? That inquiry maintained 95 million Americans secured to their Televisions on June 17, 1994, throughout his notorious vehicle chase. ” Individuals … really did not understand what was mosting likely to take place following,” helicopter reporter Zoey Tur, that transmitted the low-speed chase for KCBS-TV, informs Yahoo Home entertainment. “They could not …

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Jeremy Renner attributes his comeback to ‘Mayor of Kingstown’ for aiding in his recuperation following a perilous snowplow mishap

For Jeremy Renner, resuming work on his Paramount+ series Mayor of Kingstown following a severe snowplow incident in January 2023 was a crucial element of his convalescence — quite literally. “I was aware of the demands it places on you, even when you’re in top shape,” he expressed to Yahoo Entertainment regarding his dual role as lead actor and executive …

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‘The Quest for Finding a Youth Whose Joy Comes from Acting’

Embarking on his debut performance, depicting a youngster with autism in the motion picture Ezra alongside Bobby Cannavale, William A. Fitzgerald maintained composure. “The experience didn’t seem overly challenging,” remarked Fitzgerald, 15, who shares the autism spectrum diagnosis with his on-screen persona. Their effectiveness stemmed from a strategy developed by him and Cannavale. “Given that around 90% of my scenes …

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“It’s incredibly striking”

Upon Diane Kruger initially encountering the screenplay for Longing, she found it to be atypical. The film follows Daniel (Richard Gere), an entrepreneur who discovers that he sired a son whom he never got to meet — and that the son has tragically passed away at the age of 19. Delving into his son’s existence, he examines what he can …

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Julia Louis-Dreyfus explains why she took a ‘leap of faith’ to star in tear-jerking new movie ‘Tuesday’

Julia Louis-Dreyfus, one of the most celebrated comedic actresses of recent times, took a “leap of faith” to work with a first-time director on a sentimental new movie Tuesday. The film follows Zora (Louis-Dreyfus) and her 15-year-old daughter, Tuesday (Lola Petticrew), as they confront Death, who arrives at their home in the form of a talking bird. It’s a twisted modern …

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