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Rick Hoffman Previews Tonight's 'Suits' Finale: 'This Is Definitely The Episode To Watch'

August 20th, 2014 3:10pm EDT
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Has Louis Litt really left the building? After the events of last week's episode of Suits, it's hard to believe that the lawyer we loved to hate (and secretly loved) has fallen so far in season four. But there's still one more episode to go - tonight's midseason finale.

So we spoke to Louis himself, Rick Hoffman, on Wednesday morning to discuss filming the big moment in "Gone," what he thinks of the dynamics at Pearson Hardman, and how Louis is going to come back...right?

(SPOILER ALERT - If you're not caught up with last week's episode of Suits, and/or don't want to know absolutely anyth...
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'Metal Gear Solid' Star David Hayter Goes Bad In 'Devil's Mile'

August 15th, 2014 2:10pm EDT
'Metal Gear Solid' Star David Hayter Goes Bad In 'Devil's Mile'
David Hayter is something of a cult hero in entertainment, between his writing credits on the superhero blockbusters X-Men, X2: X-Men United and Watchmen, and his years of voice work for Metal Gear Solid. What you might not know is that he started his career as a live-action actor (anyone else remember Guyver?). David's stepping back in front of the camera as the star of the new horror film Devil's Mile, and we had the chance to pick his brain about it this week.

"I still do a fair amount of acting, but it is primarily in voice-over," he explained. "I was very excited to do this role for a...
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'Power Rangers' Star Jason David Frank On 20 Years Of Morphin'

August 14th, 2014 12:15pm EDT
'Power Rangers' Star Jason David Frank On 20 Years Of Morphin'
For those of us that grew up in the 1990's, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers was a big deal. Many of us were fans of or even wanted to be the Green (later White) Ranger, as played by actor and mixed martial artist Jason David Frank. Jason has now been a part of the Power Rangers franchise for more than 20 years, and during San Diego Comic-Con he sat down with us for a chat about the longevity of his Ranger role.

"When I first booked Power Rangers, the [term] Power Ranger really, nobody really knew what that was," he reflected. "And I was only hired for a certain amount of episodes and I just d...
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Getting Go, The Go Doc Project Comes To DVD

August 14th, 2014 6:00am EDT
Getting Go, The Go Doc Project Comes To DVD
We caught up with writer and director Cory Krueckeberg from the film Getting Go, the GO Doc Project that just became available on DVD. While chatting, Cory shared what inspired the film, the references to Warhol, and those special moments between go-go dancer Matt Camp and co-star Tanner Cohen.

What inspired the film?

The inspiration to do an off-the-radar no-budget film started with the fact that my partner and I had a number of other projects in various stages of development, but we wanted to do something that we could raise a little bit of money for and jump right into. Our idea was ...
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'Grey's Anatomy' Star Chandra Wilson Revisits 'Frankie And Alice'

August 12th, 2014 2:03pm EDT
'Grey's Anatomy' Star Chandra Wilson Revisits 'Frankie And Alice
Chandra Wilson is best known to audiences as Dr. Miranda Bailey on ABC's long-running medical drama Grey's Anatomy. Yet there's a lot more to the Texas-born actress than just Bailey. Case in point, her role in the feature film Frankie and Alice, the moving true story of a woman (played by Extant star Halle Berry) with Disassociative Identity Disorder. After its initial 2010 release, the film is finally coming to DVD today. Chandra sat down with us on Friday to discuss its lasting appeal and stepping out from under Bailey's lab coat.

"We've had a couple of resurgences over the years!" she s...
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'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles': Nickelodeon's Cast On The Movie, The Show, And The Fans

August 11th, 2014 2:03pm EDT
'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles': Nickelodeon's Cast On The Movie,
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles power never dies. As the new film conquers the box office, we bring you our chat with some of the team behind Nickelodeon's animated series - the legendary Rob Paulsen (Donatello, pictured above), Greg Cipes (Michaelangelo) and executive producer Ciro Nieli - to discuss the movie, the show, and the passionate fans that still love these heroes on the half shell.

Did they know that a new TMNT feature film was in the works? "It's been five years [since work began on the series]; they didn't start till a few years later on the movie," Ciro told us. "You just kind o...
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Blake Neely Takes Us Inside Composing For 'Arrow' And 'The Flash'

August 7th, 2014 2:04pm EDT
Blake Neely Takes Us Inside Composing For 'Arrow' And 'The Flash
If you love Arrow or you're getting excited for The Flash, you've got one person to thank for the awesome music: composer Blake Neely. Blake sat down with us for San Diego Comic-Con to talk about scoring superheroes for The CW and his long working relationship with executive producer Greg Berlanti.

"We've been at it for twelve years now. This is a really, really long time," Blake said of his collaboration with Berlanti. "I met him in 2002. He was looking for someone to score his first show, Everwood. We met and I sent him a demo and he hired me. We have such a shorthand and such a trust. W...
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Meet Legendary 'X-Men: Days Of Future Past' Composer John Ottman

August 5th, 2014 2:07pm EDT
Meet Legendary 'X-Men: Days Of Future Past' Composer John Ottman
John Ottman is one of the biggest composers in the film business. Coming off his work on the smash hit X-Men: Days of Future Past, John sat down with us for San Diego Comic-Con to discuss his work on a myriad of superhero films, his frequent collaborations with Bryan Singer, and how he's thrived for more than twenty years not only as a composer, but also as an equally talented film editor.

How would he say things are different now compared to when he began his career in 1993? "In some ways, nothing's changed at all, save for the fact I need more sleep as I get older," he laughed. "But the ...
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RJ Mitte: After 'Breaking Bad,' A Great Example In Hollywood

August 5th, 2014 12:03pm EDT
RJ Mitte: After 'Breaking Bad,' A Great Example In Hollywood
We know and love RJ Mitte from his role as Walter White, Jr. on Breaking Bad. What you might not know is how remarkable of a person he is, both as an actor and as a representative of the disabled community in Hollywood. We had the pleasure of speaking to RJ last week to discuss building his career after Breaking Bad and how he's doing his part off-screen to make the world a better place.

How do you follow up starring in what's widely considered to be one of the best TV series of all time? "The biggest thing is to keep working. Work will beget more work," he told us. "What's lucky is Breaki...
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'Need For Speed' Day Pt. 2 – Director Scott Waugh Interview

August 5th, 2014 11:20am EDT
'Need For Speed' Day Pt. 2 – Director Scott Waugh Interview
So after all the fun festivities (check out Part One from the Petersen Automotive Museum!) celebrating the release of the cool car flick "Need For Speed" (out on Blu-ray and DVD August 5 from Buena Vista Home Entertainment) what could possibly still have our engines still running hot? How about a little one-on-one interview time with Director Scott Waugh? That’s right fans, Starpulse got a chance to chat personally with Waugh all about making "Need For Speed" – from the bold decision to use practical cars effects to the inspirations behind the video game turned flick. So get your engines...
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