Jami Philbrick

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Opening in theaters on October 17th is the new Australian thriller from director Matthew Saville (Noise) and writer/actor Joel Edgerton (The Odd Life of Timothy Green) called Felony. In addition to Edgerton, the film also stars Jai Courtney (A Good Day to Die Hard), Melissa George (30 Days of Night), and Academy Award-nominee Tom Wilkinson (Batman Begins). 

IAR's Managing Editor Jami Philbrick recently had the pleasure of sitting down with Jai Courtney and Joel Edgerton about their work on Felony. The two popular Australian actors discussed their new movie, how Edgerton approached portraying guilt on film, Courtney's characters true motivations, and what it was like working with the great Tom Wilkinson

Opening in theaters on October 17th is the new romantic drama The Best of Me, which is based on the novel by popular author Nicholas Sparks (Safe Haven). The film is directed by Michael Hoffman (Soapdish), and stars Michelle Monaghan (Fort Bliss), James Marsden (X-Men), Luke Bracey (The November Man), Liana Liberato (Erased), Jon Tenney (Green Lantern), and Gerald McRaney (The A-Team). 

IAR's Managing Editor Jami Philbrick recently had the absolute pleasure of sitting down with Liana Liberato and Luke Bracey to talk about their work on The Best of Me. The talented young actors discussed their new film, shooting the iconic Nicholas Sparks "kiss in the rain" sequence, the challenges of matching two other actors' performances, why James Marsden asked Bracey to stop working out, and acting with the great Gerald McRaney.

Opening in theaters on October 17th is the new film from first time writer/director Justin Simien entitled Dear White People. The movie stars Tyler James Williams (TV's Everybody Hates Chris), Tessa Thompson (For Colored Girls), Kyle Gallner (A Nightmare on Elm Street), Teyonah Parris (They Came Together), Brandon P. Bell (Mission: Impossible III), Marque Richardson (TV's True Blood), and Dennis Haysbert (TV's 24, Heat). 

IAR's Managing Editor Jami Philbrick recently had the pleasure of sitting down with Tessa Thompson and Teyonah Parris to talk about their work on Dear White People. The talented young actresses discussed their new movie, how junket interviews are like speed dating, their characters' identity crisis, being in an entertaining and educational film, and working with writer/director Justin Simien

Wednesday, 15 October 2014 23:10

EXCLUSIVE CLIP: 'Default'

Opening in theaters on October 17th is the new thriller Default, which was directed by Simon Brand (Unknown) and stars David Oyelowo (Middle of Nowhere, Jack Reacher).

IAR is proud to present an exclusive clip from Default.

Opening in theaters on October 17th is the new romantic drama The Best of Me, which is based on the novel by popular author Nicholas Sparks (Safe Haven). The film is directed by Michael Hoffman (Soapdish), and stars Michelle Monaghan (Fort Bliss), James Marsden (X-Men), Luke Bracey (The November Man), Liana Liberato (Erased), Jon Tenney (Green Lantern), and Gerald McRaney (The A-Team). 

IAR's Managing Editor Jami Philbrick recently had the absolute pleasure of sitting down with author Nicholas Sparks and producer Denise Di Novi to talk about their work on The Best of Me. The popular author and producer discussed their new movie, the magic of Nicholas Sparks, why audiences relate to Spark's books, why his novels make such successful films, and the challenges of casting two different sets of actors to play the same characters. 

Ryan Phillippe has been acting professionally for over twenty years, and he can now add writer and director to his impressive resume. 

Phillippe began his career with roles in such films as Crimson Tide, White Squall, I Know What You Did Last Summer, and 54, but it was his performance in Cruel Intentions that made him a household name. He went on to appear in a string of critically acclaimed films like Robert Altman’s Gosford Park, Clint Eastwood’s Flags of Our Fathers, and the Academy Award-winning Crash, as well as the box office hit The Lincoln Lawyer, and the cult classic MacGruber. But now Phillippe makes his directorial debut with the new horror thriller Catch Hell, which he also stars in, co-wrote, and produced, and opens in theaters and VOD on October 10th. 

The film follows washed up Hollywood actor Reagan Pearce (Phillippe) who is kidnapped by thugs in Shreveport, Louisiana while on location making a movie. Trapped in a swamp hut, his kidnappers (Russ Russo and Stephen Louis Grush) torture and blackmail him, hijacking his twitter account and threatening to upload compromising material. Accused of sleeping with the wife of one of his kidnappers, Pearce must now face his own demons in order to escape his captors and regain his reputation.  

I recently had the pleasure of speaking with Ryan Phillippe about his work on Catch Hell, as well as returning for a possible MacGruber 2. The accomplished actor and first time director discussed his new movie, how he came up with the concept for the screenplay, why he decided to make Catch Hell his directorial debut, directing himself in the torture sequences, drawing inspiration from some of the legendary directors that he has previously worked with, what he learned about directing that he will apply to his next film, wanting to return for the recently announced MacGruber 2, and the long list of comedians who want to appear in the sequel. 

Opening in theaters on October 17th is the new film from first time writer/director Justin Simien entitled Dear White People. The movie stars Tyler James Williams (TV's Everybody Hates Chris), Tessa Thompson (For Colored Girls), Kyle Gallner (A Nightmare on Elm Street), Teyonah Parris (They Came Together), Brandon P. Bell (Mission: Impossible III), Marque Richardson (TV's True Blood), and Dennis Haysbert (TV's 24, Heat). 

IAR's Managing Editor Jami Philbrick recently had the pleasure of sitting down with Justin Simien to talk about his work on Dear White People. The talented young director/writer/producer discussed his new film, how he went form a publicist at Paramount to making his own movie, what he wanted to say about society with his first film, if John Singleton's Higher Learning was an inspiration to him, how his own college experiences influences the project, and directing the great Dennis Haysbert

Opening in theaters on October 17th is the new romantic drama The Best of Me, which is based on the novel by popular author Nicholas Sparks (Safe Haven). The film is directed by Michael Hoffman (Soapdish), and stars Michelle Monaghan (Fort Bliss), James Marsden (X-Men), Luke Bracey (The November Man), Liana Liberato (Erased), Jon Tenney (Green Lantern), and Gerald McRaney (The A-Team). 

IAR's Managing Editor Jami Philbrick recently had the absolute pleasure of sitting down with James Marsden and Michelle Monaghan to talk about their work on The Best of Me. The two popular actors discussed their new film, the challenges of playing characters that two other actors are also portraying in the same movie, why Marsden asked Luke Bracey to stop working out, the magic of Nicholas Sparks, and working with accomplished director Michael Hoffman

Opening in theaters on October 10th is the new sports documentary I Am Ali, which chronicles the life and career of legendary boxer Muhammad Ali. The film was directed by Clare Lewins (Perspectives), and features interviews with Ali's daughters - Hanna Ali and Maryum Ali, as well as boxer George Foreman

IAR's Managing Editor Jami Philbrick recently had a chance to speak with documentary director Clare Lewins, as well as Hanna Ali and Maryum Ali about their work on I Am Ali. They discussed their new film, how its different from other documentaries about Ali, and using actual audio recordings of the champ to narrate the movie. 

Thursday, 09 October 2014 23:22

EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Miles Teller Talks 'Whiplash'

Opening in New York and Los Angeles theaters on October 10th is the new music drama Whiplash, which is receiving early Oscar buzz. The film was written and directed by Damien Chazelle (Grand Piano), and stars Miles Teller (21 & Over, That Awkward Moment), J.K. Simmons (Spider-Man, Juno), and Paul Reiser (Beverly Hills Cop, Aliens). 

IAR's Managing Editor Jami Philbrick recently had the pleasure of sitting down with Miles Teller to talk about his work on Whiplash. The talented young actor discussed his new film, his initial reaction to first reading the screenplay, why movies are often not as good as their script, fighting with J.K. Simmons, Andrew's respect for Fletcher, the film's satisfying climax, and learning how to play jazz drums. 

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