They’ve called him the Greatest Briton who ever lived, they’ve called him many other things, to be sure, but one thing they would never call him is a coward. Through Alex von Tunzelmann’s screenplay, Churchill unveils the hesitation that Winston had about Operation Overlord, the allied invasion of Normandy, France. The story unfolds as a masterful reminder that the most powerful person can be ironically, wholly powerless. It is a tragedy about a man coming to terms with his new role in a rapidly changing world, while he watches the youth step in and pat him on the head and basically say, it’s ok, old sport, we’ve got it now.
This was one of the most FUN interviews I’ve ever had! Dave really let loose, and we had so much fun talking to each other! Now You See Me is in theaters now, and is definitely worth checking out!
A brief South Beach sit-down with Chris Sanders and Kirk De Micco with iratefilms.com
“Spider-Man belongs to everyone.” Check out my interview with Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone and Dr. Denis Leary here! Swift shot: They finally addressed the fact that Peter Parker is more than just a teenager with a fortunate spider-bite, he is a real person, and more to the point, he is a genius! Fans of Spider-Man, […]
Click on each image above for the individual interviews! I had the pleasure of joining Michelle Rodriguez, Ramon Rodriguez and Michael Pena for a little coffee table chat at the South Beach Ritz Carlton on Monday to discuss their upcoming sci-fi-action-thriller, “Battle: Los Angeles”. It was a wonderful chance to meet some passionate actors and […]