"There’s something maternal about the tank in Fury."
The director’s new film, starring Brad Pitt and Shia LaBeouf, follows the crew of a Sherman tank in the dying days of the second world war. A meeting on marketing operations at a tank museum. (GO) action press
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"It can seem to someone on the outside that ‘Oh, that’s the perfect life’, but we are all dealing with something."
She may be the world’s highest-paid supermodel, but Gisele Bündchen tells why being a mother is her most important job (NI) Camera Press
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"If I didn't write, what else would I do?"
The bestselling thriller writer speaks about the "rotten system" of the United States, why he refuses to fund the Hillary Clinton campaign yet, about his new novel Gray Mountain and his controversial comments on child pornography. (TMG) action press
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"My understanding of who is mad or inappropriate or excessive is not the same as anyone else’s."
He has swapped Homeland for the Highlands, playing a church minister in The Silent Storm; then there’s the small matter of playing Henry VIII in Wolf Hall. (NI) action press
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"'Ghostbusters' paid for my children's college education."
Billy Murray is talking about the 30th anniversary of "Ghostbusters", the change of the movie industry, working with younger directors and he reveals who affected his good sense of humor. (AEM) Not available for Spain and The Americas Action Press
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"I know life is fragile, and can be taken away from you any day. So, I just enjoy the time that I have been given."
Keanu Reeves speaks about “John Wick’s” connection to the film ("John Wick"), preparing for the non-stop action, getting older, retiring and working with the rest of the cast. (AD) Action Press
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"The older you get, the less you care about what other people think of you. You figure out what you want to do with your life and you make peace with the world."
Keanu Reeves about enjoying the physicality of roles, his new movie ""John Wick, his interest for martial arts, motorbike riding and Buddhist philosophy. Action Press
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"I just avoid being a gym rat, you know people that spend their lives going like a mouse round a wheel in a gym, I just don’t like that."
Gavin Rossdale talks openly about his new album MAN ON THE RUN, his nihilistic lyrics, the American EDM-boom, and the limitations within Bush. In addition to that he opens up about his friendship with Dave Grohl, the 20th anniversary of SIXTEEN STONE, the current state of rock music, his home studio & gear, his kids, his buddy Roger Federer, his tennis & movie ambitions, that infamous post-Grunge-tag, touring in 2015 and yes, creating a baby boy named Apollo on father´s day 2013... Action Press
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"If you put literature to work, fill it with ideology, then you kill the story."
Brazil’s indigenous people are rarely portrayed in literature. But they are at the heart of former lawyer and activist Paulo Scott’s innovative novel, Nowhere People. (GO) Camera Press
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"I have been frustrated that you can make a fantastic film like Union Square that maybe has my best performance but no one saw it."
Mira Sorvino on leaving dumb-blonde movie roles for The Intruders: The Oscar-winning star of Woody Allen's 'Mighty Aphrodite', is the latest film star to take a leading role on television. (BF) action press
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