“Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax” features the voices of stars like Taylor Swift, Danny DeVito, Ed Helms, Betty White, and Zac Efron, to name a few. It’s the first time Efron’s done an animated film, and in this video, he gives us a little insight into the movie and his character. So take a look and let us know if you’re excited about seeing the movie, which opens this Friday.
For the past several years, Jonah Hill has been known mainly as a comedic actor. Although he has done a few dramas, including the film Cyrus, it wasn’t until his role as Peter Brand in the baseball film Moneyball, that both audiences and critics became aware that Hill isn’t just a comedic actor. The film earned Hill an Academy Award nomination for best supporting actor.
On Fox’s Monday night hit “Alcatraz,” Sarah Jones and Jorge Garcia star as Detective Rebecca Madsen and Dr. Diego Soto, who become enveloped in the mystery when inmates from the notorious prison begin turning up on the streets of San Francisco, unchanged since they supposedly were transferred off the island in 1963.
Prior to joining the Alcatraz task force, Madsen was a fast-rising star for the SFPD, while Soto was the world’s foremost expert on “The Rock.”
But once they were recruited for the task force by Emerson Hauser (Sam Neill), their lives, as they knew them, changed for good.
Of course, there’s the obvious: They’re now an integral part of solving a huge, dangerous mystery, trying to re-apprehend these notorious criminals, all while making sure the public never knows who they truly are.
But each of them has also seen their personal reality altered: Madsen found out that her family history was a lie, while Soto’s learned that his life’s work has been all wrong.
So while they’re confronting deadly criminals, Jones told Fox All Access they’re also confronting the emotions that come from essentially having their identities stripped from them.
An all-new episode of “Alcatraz” airs tonight at 9/8c on Fox.
As Chris Leary mentioned on the Fox All Access radio show this weekend, The Wanted’s hit, “Glad You Came,” will be featured on a future episode of Fox’s “Glee.”
When The Wanted came to visit us in the studio, we talked with them about the song being used in the show — check out what they had to say!
To honor “The Simpsons” reaching its landmark 500th episode, the show’s producers, Fox employees, and foreign dignitaries gathered to eat pink donuts (mmmm, donuts…) and watch as a bust of Mr. Homer J. Simpson himself was unveiled.
Fox All Access was there — after all, who can resist pink donuts? — and we captured the moment on video for all you “Simpsons” fans out there.
Unfortunately, we couldn’t save you a donut.
Watch the 500th episode of “The Simpsons” this Sunday night at 8/7c on Fox.
Betty White might be grabbing more headlines, but even her illustrious career can’t compare to her friend and former co-star, Cloris Leachman. Not only has the former beauty queen won an Academy Award, but she also holds the record for most Emmys won by an actor, with nine. And at age 85, Leachman’s still working hard. These days, she’s on the Fox comedy “Raising Hope,” and her performance as “Maw-Maw” has been a hit with fans and critics alike. When we talked to her “Raising Hope” co-stars, Martha Plimpton and Garret Dillahunt, we found out that Leachman doesn’t save the funny for when the camera’s on (she’s just as outrageous off camera!), and they have plenty of admiration for her work.
Check out a new episode of “Raising Hope,” tonight at 9:30/8:30c on FOX.
Academy Award winner Nicolas Cage returns to the role of Johnny Blaze/Ghost Rider in Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance, which is opening in theatres this Friday. In 2007 Cage starred in a previous version of Ghost Rider, however many found the film to be disappointing. Cage told us a while back that directors Mark Neveldine and Bryan Taylor (who has directed action movies like Crank and Gamer) consider this a new experience compared to the previous version. (Click on the audio player to hear Nicolas Cage)
Take a look at the behind the scenes video, which gives us an idea of what we can expect from the film, and let us know if you are excited to see Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance!