Jami Philbrick

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Opening in theaters on October 31st is the new crime drama from writer/director Dan Gilroy (The Bourne Legacy) called Nightcrawler. The film stars Academy Award-nominee Jake Gyllenhaal (End of Watch, Source Code), Rene Russo (Thor: The Dark World, Thor), and Bill Paxton (Edge of Tomorrow, Million Dollar Arm, 2 Guns). 

IAR's Managing Editor Jami Philbrick recently had the absolute pleasure of sitting down with Rene Russo to talk about her work on Nightcrawler. The veteran actress discussed her new film, working with Jake Gyllenhaal, if Nina realizes that Louis is a sociopath, the state of broadcast news, Philbrick's love for her '90s movie Freejack, and reuniting on film with her husband writer/director Dan Gilroy

Re-opening in theaters on Halloween, October 31st is the modern horror classic Saw, which was directed by James Wan (Insidious: Chapter 2) and writer Leigh Whannell (Insidious: Chapter 2). In addition to Whannell, the film also stars Cary Elwes (The Princess Bride), Michael Emerson (TV's Lost), Shawnee Smith (The Island), Monica Potter (Con Air), Dina Meyer (Starship Troopers), Benito Martinez (Bless Me, Ultima), Ken Leung (X-Men: The Last Stand), Danny Glover (Lethal Weapon series), and Tobin Bell (In the Line of Fire). 

IAR's Managing Editor Jami Philbrick recently had the pleasure of sitting down with James Wan and Leigh Whannell to talk about their work on Saw. The popular director and equally popular writer discussed their ground breaking movie, the legacy of Saw, how it changed the horror genre forever, its strong fanbase, marketing the project, what they set out to do, Tobin Bell's contributions, the rest of the sensational cast, why Cary Elwes decided to be in the film, and making Saw despite certain restrictions. 

Available on multiple digital platforms beginning October 28th is the new comedy Chicks Dig Gay Guys, which was directed by first time feature filmmaker Nathan Apffel. The movie was written and produced by Nathan Anderson, who also stars in the film. In addition to Anderson, the movie also features Brian Patrick Murphy (Skyler), Mindy Robinson (V/H/S/2), Maitland McConnell (Curse of Chucky) and Eric Roberts (The Dark Knight). 

IAR's Managing Editor Jami Philbrick recently sat down with Nathan Anderson in the IAR Studio to talk about his work on Chicks Dig Gay Guys. The talented writer/producer/actor discussed his new film, his real life experience that inspired the screenplay, how he discovered that "Chicks Dig Gay Guys," getting the movie made, if he always intended to act in the project, hiring his longtime friend Nathan Apffel to direct, Wedding Crashers influence on the film, and if he thinks his dating technique will work for other single straight men. 

Premiering October 27th at 10:30pm ET/PT on Adult Swim is the new animated comedy series Mike Tyson Mysteries. The show features the voices of former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson (The Hangover), Norm MacDonald (Dirty Work), Rachel Ramras (TV's The Looney Tunes Show), and Academy Award-winner Jim Rash (The Way Way Back, The Descendants). 

IAR's Managing Editor Jami Philbrick recently had the absolute pleasure of sitting down with "Iron" Mike Tyson and Jim Rash to talk about their work on Mike Tyson Mysteries. The former heavyweight champion and Oscar-winner discussed their new animated series, Tyson's fascination with co-star Norm MacDonald's popularity, what they both thought about the premise when they were approached to do the show, why Tyson thought that Adult Swim was for old people, Tyson's Mr. T impression, how '80s Saturday morning cartoons like Scooby-Doo and Mr. T inspired their show, the Mike Tyson Mysteries team, Rash's character, if Tyson requested that a pigeon be incorporated into the series, how Tyson's real-life (fake) Korean daughter felt about being depicted on the show, why Rash does not have Tyson's phone number, Tyson's lovely singing voice, Rash's most joyous moment, and how Tyson transformed himself from a world famous boxer to a beloved entertainer. 

Opening in theaters on October 31st is the new crime drama from writer/director Dan Gilroy (The Bourne Legacy) called Nightcrawler. The film stars Academy Award-nominee Jake Gyllenhaal (End of Watch, Source Code), Rene Russo (Thor: The Dark World, Thor), and Bill Paxton (Edge of Tomorrow, Million Dollar Arm, 2 Guns). 

IAR's Managing Editor Jami Philbrick recently had the absolute pleasure of sitting down with Jake Gyllenhaal to talk about his work on Nightcrawler. The Oscar-nominated actor discussed his new film, why Philbrick is so enthusiastic about it, similarities between his character and Robert De Niro's characters in Taxi Driver and The King of Comedy, playing a charming sociopath, and how operating a camera in End of Watch prepared him for playing a cameraman in Nightcrawler

Opening in theaters on October 24th is the new drama from writer/director Gregg Araki (Kaboom) called White Bird in a Blizzard, which is based on the novel by Laura Kasischke. The film stars Shailene Woodley (Divergent, The Descendants), Eva Green (Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, 300: Rise of an Empire), Christopher Meloni (Small Time, Man of Steel), Shiloh Fernandez (Evil Dead), Thomas Jane (I Melt with You), Sheryl Lee (Twin Peaks), and Academy Award-nominees Gabourey Sidibe (Seven Psychopaths) and Angela Bassett (Jumping the Broom). 

IAR's Managing Editor Jami Philbrick recently had the pleasure of sitting down with Christopher Meloni to talk about his work on White Bird in a Blizzard. The veteran actor discussed his new film, his initial thoughts after reading the screenplay, what he's looking for when choosing projects, working with director Gregg Araki, what he needs from a director when on set, the phenomenon of Shailene Woodley, and the secret of good screen acting. 

Available on multiple platforms beginning October 21st is the new documentary anthology We The Economy, which features a series of short films about economics from a variety of different directors. The filmmakers who participated n the project include Adrian Grenier (Entourage), Catherine Hardwicke (Plush), Albert Hughes (The Book of Eli), Steve James (The Interrupters), Barbara Kopple (Harlan County USA), Adam McKay (Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues), James Schamus (Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon) and Morgan Spurlock (Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fan's Hope). 

IAR's Managing Editor Jami Philbrick recently had the pleasure of sitting down with director Adam McKay to talk about his work on We The Economy. The accomplished director discussed the new film, how he got involved in the project, income equality, using My Little Pony to illustrate the subject, casting Sarah Silverman, Maya Rudolph, and Amy Poehler as the voices of the ponies (actually alpacas), directing animation, and what he learned about income equality from making the short film. 

Opening in theaters on October 24th is the new horror film Ouija, which is based on the popular Hasbro board game. The movie was directed by Stiles White (The Posession), and stars Olivia Cooke (The Quiet Ones), Ana Coto (DisCONNECTED), Daren Kagasoff (TV's The Secret Life of the American Teenager), Bianca Santos (TV's The Fosters), Shelley Hennig (TV's Teen Wolf), and Lin Shaye (The Signal). 

IAR's Managing Editor Jami Philbrick recently had the pleasure of traveling to the famous Hollywood Forever Cemetery to sit down with Bianca Santos and Ana Coto to talk about their work on Ouija. The talented young actors discussed their new film, their familiarity with the board game, if they think that the game really has supernatural qualities or if it is just an urban legend, building an original mythology for the film, and how to correctly play Ouija. 

Opening in theaters on October 24th is the new action thriller from first time feature film directors David Leitch and Chad Staheiski called John Wick. The movie stars Keanu Reeves (Generation Um..., Speed, Point Break), Michael Nyqvist (Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol), Alfie Allen (HBO's Game of Thrones), Willem Dafoe (Out of the FurnaceJohn Carter), Dean Winters (Don Peyote), Adrianne Palicki (G.I. Joe: Retaliation), Bridget Moynahan (I, Robot), Lance Reddick (The Guest), John Leguizamo (Chef), and Ian McShane (Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides). 

IAR's New York Correspondent Justine Browning recently had the pleasure of sitting down with Alfie Allen and Michael Nyqvist to talk about their work on John Wick. The respected actors discussed their new movie, working with directors David Leitch and Chad Staheiski, how they created a new cinematic world, killing dogs, watching the film with an audience, and the movie's comedic moments. 

Swedish born actor Peter Stormare has become one of the most popular supporting actors working in Hollywood today. 

Stormare first gained attention for his role in the Coen Brothers classic Fargo, and has gone on to appear in such successful films as The Lost World: Jurassic Park, Armageddon, The Big Lebowski, Minority Report, Constantine, Pain & Gain, and 22 Jump Street. He is also known for his work on television playing mob boss John Abruzzi on Prison Break, and most recently appearing as main antagonist Berlin on The Blacklist. But now Stormare returns to the big screen with his new film Autumn Blood, which is available on DVD beginning October 14th. 

In Autumn Blood, a widowed mother dies and leaves her two children orphaned. Fearing being split up they keep their mother's death a secret. They survive until villagers destroy their innocence when they brutally assault the girl. Now the siblings must come of age to protect each other and survive. The film was co-written and directed by Markus Blunder, and in addition to Stormare, also stars Sophie Lowe (Adore), Maxmilian Harnisch (TV’s Fast Forward), and Gustaf Skarsgard (The Way Back). 

I recently had the absolute pleasure of speaking with the great Peter Stormare about his work on Autumn Blood, as well as his recurring role on The Blacklist, and a possible sequel to The Big Lebowski. The veteran actor discussed his new film Autumn Blood, why he wanted to be in the movie, how he’s different than most actors, appearing in a film with very little dialogue, what he told Steven Spielberg would make Minority Report better, possibly returning for The Big Lebowski 2, and his recurring role on The Blacklist

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