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Jack Rico

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2017/02/20 at 5:20pm

Episode 20 – An Interview with Director Gore Verbinski (A Cure For Wellness)

02.20.2017 | By |



Welcome to episode 20 of ‘The Highly Relevant Podcast’. Filmmaker Gore Verbinski won an Academy Award for the cerebral and highbrow animated film RANGO and has enjoyed tremendous success as the director of the Hollywood blockbuster franchise PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN, but it’s his latest psychological thriller – A CURE FOR WELLNESS that has many people remembering his earlier acclaimed remake of THE RING.  Read More

Jack Rico

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2016/05/09 at 2:30pm

Interview: Rob Reiner On Trump Movie, Sequels, Superheroes And TV

05.9.2016 | By |

When one says the name Rob Reiner, plentiful thoughts of superlatives comes to mind, but what most people associate the name Rob Reiner with is his character Michael ‘Meathead’ Stivic from “All in the Family” and for his romantic-comedy classic “When Harry Met Sally,” at least for this writer. A further look into Reiner’s cinematic oeuvre and you’ll slowly understand how the tag of living legend might apply. Read More

Jack Rico

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2016/03/13 at 5:37pm

Sacha Baron Cohen Talks Shock Comedy, “Donald Trump’s AIDS”

03.13.2016 | By |

Sacha Baron Cohen was in NYC this past week to talk about his new action comedy – The Brothers Grimsby – a James Bond like buddy film where moments can get VERY uncomfortable amongst brothers. Spanish actress and Oscar winner Penélope Cruz co-stars in it, but much like Zoolander 2, she has been opting for comedy as of late (which sounds more like she can’t get any quality work and money is running dry).   Read More

Mariana Dussan

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2015/12/18 at 2:10pm

Meet Patrick Tubach, Visual Effects Supervisor Of Transformers 4

12.18.2015 | By |

“Transformers: Age of Extinction,” the fourth film in of the Hasbro franchise, is finally coming to theaters this June 27. I had the chance to speak with Patrick Tubach, the Oscar nominated Visual Effects Supervisor for Industrial Light & Magic — American Academy-Award-winning visual effects company founded by George Lucas — who told us why audiences will want to watch this film, how the robots come to life, and how ILM is pushing the envelope on visual effects. 

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Justine Browning

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2015/10/23 at 1:39pm

Vin Diesel Flips Out When Compared to ‘Last Witch Hunter’ Character 

10.23.2015 | By |

Vin Diesel is an enthusiastic one. That’s for sure. During a recent interview for his film The Last Witch Hunter, the Fast & the Furious star decided to flip the switch and ask me what I thought about the action/adventure flick. I compared him to his character Kaulder, a man who is immortal and indestructible but faces loneliness and isolation. There’s a facade the character puts up, all the while consumed by weakness. In many ways, Diesel shares similar traits.  Read More

Adam Garcia

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2015/10/14 at 6:36am

NYCC2015: Toby Whithouse Wants To Write A War Doctor / 12th ‘Doctor Who’ Crossover

10.14.2015 | By |

Doctor Who has been a staple of British culture for well over fifty years. First premiering in 1963, the show had something of cult following here in the United States during its original run. Since returning to the air in 2005, its become an international hit. Currently in its Ninth Season (Or Thirty-Fifth, depending on your measure) the series follows the adventures of the 12th Doctor (Peter Capaldi) and his companion Clara (Jenna Coleman). Read More

Jack Rico

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2015/10/08 at 7:51am

‘The Good Dinosaur’: Director Peter Sohn On Creative Freedom, Failure And Belonging To A ‘Nerd Race’

10.8.2015 | By |

The upcoming Pixar release “The Good Dinosaur” offers a spin on the traditional boy and his dog story. It follows an Apatosaurus named Arlo and his unlikely human friend Spot. The epic adventure story marks the directorial debut of Peter Sohn, who previously lent his skills to the art and animation department for films like “Finding Memo,” “The Incredibles,” and “Brave.” Read More

Felix Dalgo

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2015/09/04 at 9:49am

Our Q&A With Bruno Bichir On Hispanic Animated Movie ‘Un Gallo Con Muchos Huevos’

09.4.2015 | By |

With the wave of new films being released this week in the movie industry it is clear to notice a single international film that has been catching the attention of the public. I am referring to the Mexican animated children’s film Un Gallo Con Muchos Huevos. Because this film is creating such a buzz in the Latino market, what better way to find out about this film than by interviewing the man behind the voice of the main character, Bruno Bichir, who plays Toto the rooster. Our Q&A below…  Read More

Jack Rico

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2015/08/17 at 3:43pm

Kristen Stewart, Jesse Eisenberg Talk Romance In ‘American Ultra,’ How They’ve Changed Since ‘Adventureland’ & Their Most Challenging Roles

08.17.2015 | By |

We had a chance to sit down with Kristen Stewart and Jesse Eisenberg for the junket of American Ultra and we spoke about various topics such as:   Read More

Felix Dalgo

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2015/07/20 at 11:43am

Pregnant In School, Cobie Smulders Talks ‘Unexpected’ Movie

07.20.2015 | By |

Cobie Smulders is a versatile actress, capable of working on a hit show on TV (How I Met Your Mother), blockbuster movies (The Avengers 1 & 2), or indie dramas such as her latest, Unexpected. In this role, she leaves behind all the glamour of Hollywood to really connect with a plethora of young women who get pregnant “unexpectedly”. We sat down with her, Anders Holm and director Kris Swanberg to a get a sense of the film and its origins.   Read More

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