Will Smith tells The Hollywood Reporter he may have a future in politics: "I will have to lend my voice to the conversation in a somewhat different way.”
After a self-imposed hiatus from film work left him recharged, Will Smith is back in “Concussion,” playing Dr. Bennet Omalu and ready to keep growing as a performer.
Feeling down? Lackluster? Uninspired? Here are 12 stirring speeches from films that double as both examples of superbly committed acting and rip-roaring energizers!
Casting director and producer Marci Liroff is seeing a lot of actors struggling to remember why they act—and it should have nothing to do with a pursuit of fame.
Jerry Portwood praises Smith’s flair for seduction in the 1993 film adaptation of John Guare’s play.
These comedic actors risked it all to try their hands at serious roles.