The Hollywood Reporter’s Director Close Up assembles the year’s most lauded filmmakers for an in-depth roundtable discussion.
That Shelf sat down with 1917’s screenwriter and stars to discuss working on one of 2019’s most technically ambitious movies.
Van Halen, Van Schmalen! In 2017 we talked to a then 15-year-old Billie Eilish about some of her musical influences – including "old" music she listens to – and digging into other artists like Aimee Mann and Kate Bush.
We speak with Lady and the Tramp star Yvette Nicole Brown (Community) about what's on her shelf, what makes Aunt Sarah tick, and much more!
That Shelf sat down with 21 Bridges star Stephan James to discuss playing an antagonist, Basquiat, and originality in cinema.
We talk to Oscar-winning Frozen producer Peter Del Vecho about the highly anticipated sequel, returning to Arendelle, composing with the Lopezes, doing what's right for the story and the characters, and much more.
That Shelf speaks to Waves' writer/director Trey Edward Shults and his collaborator and star, Kelvin Harrison Jr.
Manveer Heir wants to be at the forefront of making video games with more diverse characters and developers at the forefront. The companies at the top of the billion-dollar industry are moving in this direction, he said, but at a “snail’s pace” – so he sought out to find others who wanted the same as […]
That Shelf sat down with Doctor Sleep director Mike Flanagan – and a surprise guest – to talk about Toronto's place in his journey as a filmmaker, finding his Danny Torrance in Ewan McGregor, bringing Stanley Kubrick and Stephen King together again, and, of course, what's on his shelf!
Edward Norton discusses adapting Jonathan Lethem's Motherless Brooklyn for the big screen and the age of Donald Trump.
Jason Gorber speaks with TERMINATOR: DARK FATE director Tim Miller about becoming part of James Cameron's legendary sci-fi franchise, making the transition from the visual effects industry to filmmaking, bringing together a Terminator writer's room, and, of course, what's on his shelf!
Antonio Banderas spoke to That Shelf about Pedro Almodóvar’s Pain & Glory, where he plays an aging film director who reflects upon his career, creative stagnation, and the rich life that inspired his passion for the cinema.
In the last year, Ubisoft has promised a lot about Watch Dogs: Legion, the upcoming sequel to its open-world games stuffed with near-future tech and a modern sensibility about the way technology, corporations and privacy plays in our lives. But what we’ve seen so far, in gameplay previews shown off at E3 and other industry […]
That Shelf spoke to visual effects legend Robert Legato prior to the release of The Lion King on Blu-ray, discussing how this billion-dollar smash came digitally to life.
Oscar winner Ang Lee talks about working with Will Smith and Will Smith, the future of digital cinema, and his collection of experiences.