Eighth Grade Writer/director Bo Burnham talks about how anxiety and the internet led him to create the film. He explains its messages and how he was able to give the film its awkward authentic feel.
A KID LIKE JAKE director Silas Howard talks about his film that sees two parents try to figure out how...
Neil Gaiman is famous for creating American Gods, The Sandman, Stardust, How to Talk to Girls at Parties, and many...
Author Neil Gaiman (American Gods, The Sandman, Stardust) and director John Cameron Mitchell (Hedwig and the Angry Inch) speak about...
David Lowery (Pete’s Dragon) talked to me about A Ghost Story, working with Casey Affleck and Rooney Mara, the film’s ending, and that incredibly long pie scene plus a little about his upcoming movie with Robert Redford.
RAY PARK ANSWERED THIS QUESTION AND MORE AT SILICON VALLEY COMIC CON
Darth Maul is alive and well in the Star Wars cartoons. Could Darth Maul come back for a standalone Star Wars movie? I asked actor Ray Park if he’s heard anything about it when he was at Silicon Valley Comic Con 2016.
Swiss Army Man stars Paul Dano as a man stranded on a deserted island. As he is about to commit suicide, a magical corpse (Daniel Radcliffe) washes up. The two have a buddy comedy adventure trying to make it back to civilization. Swiss Army Man is the film debut of Daniels (Daniel Kwan & Daniel Scheinert). I had a chance to talk to both of them about the film including where the idea came from, the symbolism in the film, and sequels.
Bob Layton has been writing and drawing comics since the 1970’s with runs at DC and Marvel before founding Valiant and Future Comics. Bob is most known for his work on Iron Man which redefined the character and introduced variant armor, Tony Stark’s alcoholism, and Jim Rhodes (who went on to become War Machine). I had the chance to talk to Bob Layton at Silicon Valley Comic Con, here’s the interview.