Recent and archived articles by Jeff Strickler
Bend, twist and roll – that’s the secret to safe falling.
Robin Swicord isn't obsessed with Jane Austen, although she's the first to admit that it's easy to get that impression.
It took Dan Klores only three years to make the documentary I>Crazy Love/I>. But in a way, you also could say it took him nearly 50 years.
Mark Frost, who co-created TV's I>Twin Peaks/I>, returned to the Fantastic Four fold to co-write the sequel, I>Rise of the Silver Surfer/I>.
A lot of people thought that Kevin Costner should have passed on I>Mr. Brooks/I>. Which is exactly why he not only agreed to star, he signed on as the producer of the dramatic thriller.
Sarah Polley didn't intend to make her directing debut with I>Away From Her/I>. It just sort of happened that way, and now that the movie is opening, she's thrilled with the way things worked out.
Most filmmakers hate the city-a-day promotion tours that inevitably end up producing a lot more sitting around. But not Simon Pegg and his associates.
Karl Urban might be considered an action star, but he knows a thing or two about marketing. And sports. Which is why he wasted no time pointing out to a caller from Minnesota that in the period action-adventure I>Pathfinder/Ihe plays a Viking.
Audiences who think they see parallels between I>The Hills Have Eyes 2/Iand the war in Iraq aren't imagining things. Writer-producer Wes Craven believes that horror movies should reflect the times in which they are made.
James D. Scurlock's first movie was about the American dream. His second is about the American nightmare.