Action hero recounts infamous piece of Hollywood lore — why he bailed as the titular alien in the Schwarzenegger cult classic.
Jean-Claude Van Damme talks "Breakin'," "Bloodsport," "Kickboxer," "Double Impact," that cameo on "Friends," and more.
Before he landed "Bloodsport," the "Muscles from Brussels" was desperate to crack into the movie business.
Spike Lee is accustomed to being ahead of the curve. Lee remained “on it” over the subsequent three decades, using his status as Hollywood’s pre-eminent black director to address interracial romance in Jungle Fever, black activism in Get on the Bus and black representation in movies and television in Bamboozled. Having helped pave the way for that diversity of new voices (think directors like Allen Hughes, Ava DuVernay and Dee Rees) Lee’s own career ebbed and flowed.
Actor explains why it was so daunting coming on the set with Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga and what it's like to earn his first Academy Award nod.
"The Wife" star Glenn Close shares memories from making "The World According to Garp," "The Big Chill," "The Natural," "Fatal Attraction," and more.
John Ratzenberger talks about many of his 21 roles in Pixar movies, from "Toy Story" to "Incredibles 2."
Sam Elliott shares memories from "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid," "Road House," "Tombstone," "The Big Lebowski," "Hulk," and "A Star Is Born."