James B Cox Talks Ctrl Alt Delete on iTalk Movies

iTalk movies is a long-form interview series featuring leading members of the film community. In this episode, our hosts interview James B Cox in studio about his most recent project, Ctrl Alt Delete, on the Popcorn Talk Network. ames was born and raised in Northern California, the son of a dentist and a school teacher. He caught the film bug early making short films in the backyard and on family trips. After studying his passion at Chapman University, he wrote and directed the short film, Grey Matter based on a short story by Stephen King. That film continues to be screened regularly at horror-themed festivals and has garnered four festival competition awards to date (including Vail Film Festival’s Best Student Film 2013). James is developing projects for film, television, and other media with his producing partner, Baruch Kaufman and their production company, Nighthawks Entertainment. @ThePopcornTalk

Jeff Ward Talks Manson’s Lost Girls on iTalk Movies

iTalk movies is a long-form interview series featuring leading members of the film community. In this episode, our host interviews Jeff Ward talks Manson’s Lost Girls in studio on the Popcorn Talk Network. A veteran of theater in both New York and Los Angeles, Ward will next star as the infamous Charles Manson in the highly-anticipated Lifetime Original Movie. In the movie, viewers get a unique look at Manson’s life and personality through the eyes of his cult members. The dark thriller follows Linda Kasabian, played by MacKenzie Mauzy, as she first arrives at the seemingly idyllic Spahn Ranch hippie commune where she is embraced with open arms. Seduced by the group’s free-love lifestyle, Linda revels in the sisterhood and acceptance. Taken with Manson, he soon draws her into criminal activities, including late-night “creepy crawls” to steal from lavish homes. Linda reluctantly becomes an accomplice in Manson’s “Helter Skelter,” a drug-fueled murder spree that included the brutal death of actress Sharon Tate. She ultimately breaks away and turns herself in as a witness for the prosecution and helps to convict Manson. Hollywood next-generation stars Eden Brolin (I Dream Too Much), Greer Grammer (Awkward.), and Christian Madsen (Divergent) also showcase their talent. Jeff Ward stars in the lead role of Charles Manson in the TV movie Manson’s Lost Girls on Lifetime – Has guest-starred on hit shows including The Mentalist, Rosewood, and Law and Order: Criminal Intent to name a few. – Will next be seen in the upcoming film The Boy Downstairs. – Graduated from NYU’s prestigious Tisch drama school and trained with Kathleen Turner, Moises Kauffman, and Sam Shepard. – Also has international training. – Recently directed the play TAPE for the Aquila Morong Studio. – Has also worked with College Humor

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Justin Zagri discusses Severus Snape and the Marauders on iTalk Movies

iTalk movies is a long-form interview series featuring leading members of the film community. In this episode, our host interviews Justin Zagri from Severus Snape and the Marauders in studio on the Popcorn Talk Network. Justin Zagri was born on October 24, 1984 in Silver Spring, Maryland, USA. He is known for his work on The Greater Good (2013), Riddle of the Mask (2013) and Holiday(2009).

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Caroline Barry discusses 10 Days in a Madhouse on iTalk Movies

iTalk movies is a long-form interview series featuring leading members of the film community. In this episode, our host interviews Caroline Barry from 10 Days In A Madhouse in studio on the Popcorn Talk Network. Caroline Barry is an actress and writer, known for 10 Days in a Madhouse (2015),Threnody (2015) and Ex-Napped (2015).

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Patrick Renna, Tommy Savas & Jason Schnell discuss Bad Roomies on iTalk Movies

iTalk movies is a long-form interview series featuring leading members of the film community. In this episode, our host Keetin Marchi interviews Jason Schnell, Patrick Renna and Tommy Savas about their new movie Bad Roomies. Bad Roomies is a dark comedy about two guys living together who, after losing their roommate, put out an ad to find a new one. After a series of disastrous interviews with potential roommates they settle on an apparently harmless but beautiful girl. All seems to be going well despite the simmering rivalry until one drunken night causes all three roommates to make a horrible mistake that start them on a downward spiral. A hilarious yet disastrous game of roommate versus roommate takes a turn that will change all their lives forever. @ThePopcornTalk

Renee Dorian and Ben Begley Discuss The Funhouse Massacre on iTalk Movies

iTalk movies is a long-form interview series featuring leading members of the film community. In this episode, our host Cameron Louis interview Renee Dorian and Ben Begley from The Funhouse Massacre in studio on the Popcorn Talk Network. The Funhouse Massacre: Six of the world’s scariest psychopaths escape from a local Asylum and proceed to unleash terror on the unsuspecting crowd of a Halloween Funhouse whose themed mazes are inspired by their various reigns of terror. @ThePopcornTalk

Paul Ashton and Katie Page discuss This Isn’t Funny on iTalk Movies

iTalk movies is a long-form interview series featuring leading members of the film community. In this episode, our host Keetin Marchi interview Paul Ashton and Katie Page from This Isn’t Fun in studio on the Popcorn Talk Network. This Isn’t Funny’s Summary: Meet Eliot Anderson and Jamie Thompson: Masters of Prolonged Adolescence, experts in Self-Sabotage. Faced with the possibility of their true potential, at a time in life when they both know theyre supposed to be finding some kind of clarity the only sensible response seems to be running in the opposite direction. What a perfect time for them to meet. Eliot is a stand up with crippling anxiety, Jamie avoids life through partying and travel. When Jamie rides his bicycle into Eliots car their exchange is not exactly a meet-cute. More like a meet-fling-hostile-abuse-drive-off-aggressive. Then when Eliot riffs on the exchange in her set that night and Jamie is there to see it, its game on, and the chemistry is undeniable. They push each others buttons. They fall in love. But just as they open themselves up and see they might be a fit, things start to fall apart. New job opportunities and family crises bring their issues and their future together into sharp focus and their respective modes of escape-therapy begin to fail them. Will they ever be able to get out of their own way, so they can truly come together? Interspersed with live stand up comedy from Beth Stelling, Ahmed Bharoocha, Katie Page and Will Weldon (who all also star), and featuring hilarious character turns from Anthony LaPaglia, Edi Gathegi, Mimi Rogers, Gia Carides and David Pasquesi, THIS ISNT FUNNY takes an honest, sharply observed look at meeting the right person at a time in your life when you just dont know what to do with it. And how it can be the best thing that ever happened to you. @ThePopcornTalk

Gaspar Noé discusses Love on iTalk Movies

iTalk movies is a long-form interview series featuring leading members of the film community. In this episode, our host interviews Gaspar Noé from Love in studio on the Popcorn Talk Network. Gaspar Noé  is an Argentinian film director and screenwriter living in France. He is the son of Argentinian painter, writer and intellectual Luis Felipe Noé. Noé graduated from Louis Lumière College. He is mostly known for his three feature films I Stand Alone, Irréversible and Enter the Void. @ThePopcornTalk

Dominic Flores discusses Our Brand Is Crisis on iTalk Movies

iTalk movies is a long-form interview series featuring leading members of the film community. In this episode, host Fern Ronay interviews Dominic Flores from Our Brand Is Crisis in studio on the Popcorn Talk Network. Dominic Flores is a film and television actor from Dana Point California. Born and raised in the beach cities of Southern California, Dominic’s mother was a school teacher and his father was a famous Latin trumpet player from Bolivia in South America. Dominic toured and played a Latin hip hop fusion with his father until 1996 when he began training to be a professional actor at the prestigious South Coast Repertory theater in Costa Mesa. After being cast on both their main stage and second stage productions he moved to Los Angeles and was cast on his first audition in the film “Starmaps” the debut feature from Miguel Arteta which went on to much success at the Sundance film festival where it was purchased and theatrically released from Fox Searchlight in 1997. Dominic did not return to acting until 2007 and he steadily began working in small parts on hit network TV shows like, House, Sons of Anarchy,My Name is Earl, and New Girl as well as roles in the films Peep World, My Name is Khan, and Rampart with Woody Harrelson and directed by Oren Moverman. in 2014 Dominic was cast in his first starring role in a studio film playing the corrupt politician Hugo Barco opposite Sandra Bullock in her new film “Our Brand is Crisis”. Produced by George Clooney and his Smokehouse productions and released by Warner Brothers in 2015 OBIC tells the true story of American politicians hired to elect an undesired candidate in Bolivia and the consequences of their actions. David Gordon Green directs and Billy Bob Thornton, Zoe Kazan, and Anthony Mackie costar. Dominic is married to the producer Kristen Ridgway Flores and they have three children together. in 2014 Dominic and Kristen produced the documentary “My Uncle is the Green River Killer” for the A&E/LMN network. Dominic and Kristen are the founders of the Feel Good Film Festival, a 3 day non profit film festival in Hollywood designed to showcase films that make you feel better than you did before you sat down. It debuted at the Egyptian theater to much success in 2008 and continued until 2012. @ThePopcornTalk

Michael Nardelli discusses Circle on iTalk Movies!

iTalk movies is a long-form interview series featuring leading members of the film community. In this episode, host Annika Michelle interviews Michael Nardelli in studio on the Popcorn Talk Network. Nardelli’s acting debut was in an episode of Quintuplets in 2004 as “Stradivarius Helberg.” He then co-starred in Derby Stallion opposite of Zac Efron and later played “Daniel” in a 2009 episode of My Name is Earl. Nardelli began Taggart Productions and made his producing debut in 2010 on Another Happy Day. The film was directed by Sam Levinson (director Barry Levinson’s son) and stars Kate Bosworth, Demi Moore, Thomas Haden Church, Ellen Burstyn, Ellen Barkin and George Kennedy. Nardelli also portrays Kate Bosworth’s brother in the film. The film received critical acclaim at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival according to the Hollywood Reporter and won the Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award for Best Screenplay for Levinson. Nardelli also produced the 2010 romantic comedy The Giant Mechanical Man, starring Jenna Fischer, Topher Grace, Chris Messina and Malin Akerman. and co-starred in the political comedy/true story Grassroots, starring Jason Biggs, Christopher McDonald, Tom Arnold and Cedric the Entertainer which was directed byStephen Gyllenhaal due 2011. @ThePopcornTalk

Kent Moran discusses The Challenger on iTalk Movies

iTalk movies is a long-form interview series featuring leading members of the film community. In this episode, host Yael Tygiel interviews Kent Moran in studio on the Popcorn Talk Network. Kent Moran was born in New York City and raised in Connecticut. Following college, he began pursuing an acting and music career. After landing a few small roles in film and television, Kent moved to Los Angeles. He soon booked some small roles in television as well as several roles playing James Dean in an Armstrong print ad, a documentary, and a Mercedes Commercial. In 2010, he wrote and starred in “Listen to Your Heart”, a musical love story where he stars opposite Cybill Shepherd and Alexia Rasmussen. Kent recently wrote and directed the upcoming boxing drama, “The Challenger”, in which he stars opposite Michael Clarke Duncan. Most recently, Kent wrapped a cameo role in the anti-bullying movie, “The Contest” and is now in development on a feature biopic about the life of legendary icon James Dean. @ThePopcornTalk

Joey Rudman discusses We Are Your Friends on iTalk Movies

iTalk movies is a long-form interview series featuring leading members of the film community. In this episode, host Ashley Daniels interviews Joey Rudman in studio on the Popcorn Talk Network. We Are Your Friends is a 2015 American music drama film directed by Max Joseph in his directorial debut, written by Joseph, and Meaghan Oppenheimer, from a story by Richard Silverman. The film follows a young man struggling for prominence as a music producer in the electronic dance music and nightlife scene. The film’s release date by Warner Bros. Pictures in the United States is 28 August 2015. Its financier, StudioCanal, is its distributor in France, the United Kingdom, Germany, Australia and New Zealand. @ThePopcornTalk

Alyson Stoner discusses Sugar Babies & Summer Forever on iTalk Movies

iTalk movies is a long-form interview series featuring leading members of the film community. In this episode, host Jason Ikeler interviews Alyson Stoner in studio on the Popcorn Talk Network. Alyson Rae Stoner (born August 11, 1993) is an American actress, dancer, choreographer and singer. Stoner is known as Max in The Suite Life of Zack & Cody and also for the roles Sarah Baker in Cheaper by the Dozen, Camille Gage in theStep Up series and Caitlyn Gellar in the Camp Rock series. She has been a background dancer for several artists, such asMissy Elliott, Eminem, Kumbia Kings, Outkast and Will Smith. Stoner is also known as Sally from Mike’s Super Short Showthat ran from 2002–2007, and the voice of Isabella Garcia-Shapiro in Phineas and Ferb. @ThePopcornTalk

Tim Griffin discusses The Gift on iTalk Movies

iTalk movies is a long-form interview series featuring leading members of the film community. In this episode, host Alison Dean interviews Tim Griffin in studio on the Popcorn Talk Network. Chicago native Tim Griffin, often known as, “the actor who is in everything,” has amassed a dizzying list of credits, and over the years has solidified his reputation as one of Hollywood’s nicest, most charming and versatile actors. The son of a pediatric cardiologist, he first discovered acting after being cast as Oliver Twist in a school performance of the musical “Oliver!” As a teen Griffin would star in numerous theatrical productions for “The Body Politic” and “New Haven Playhouse,” as well local movies and commercials. After graduating from Francis Parker High School (among classmates Paul Adelstein, Anne Heche, and novelist Brad Thor), Griffin made the choice to put acting on the back-burner to enroll in the University of Vermont (UVM) where he graduated with a double major in political philosophy and English literature. Griffin performed as a regular member of the UVM Players (as Claudio in “Much Ado About Nothing” and Riff in “West Side Story”). Fate intervened his sophomore year while driving back to Chicago when his car broke down outside New York City. While waiting for it to be repaired, his agents asked him to audition for a TV movie called “Taking A Stand.” He was cast in the leading role of the all-star production (Betty Buckley, Jane Adams, Michael Beach). The show went on to win a Daytime Emmy for “Outstanding Children’s Special.” Following this success, Griffin turned down a scholarship to study abroad at the University of Kent in England, and went to Hollywood. Giving himself the extreme grand total of one year to make or break his career, he enrolled in classes at UCLA and signed with Writers and Artists. He quickly went on to star in high-profile TV shows and movies of the week, including “China Beach,” “In The Heat of the Night,” and Michael Zinberg’s autobiographical, coming-of-age drama “For The Very First Time.” @ThePopcornTalk

Jena Sims discusses Three-Headed Shark Attack on iTalk Movies

iTalk movies is a long-form interview series featuring leading members of the film community. In this episode, host Cathy Kelley interviews Jena Sims in studio on the Popcorn Talk Network. Actress and philanthropist Jena Michelle Sims was born on December 30th, 1988 in Winder, Georgia USA. This small town beauty queen has shared the screen with Morgan Freeman, Robert De Niro, and Jeremy Renner to name a few. Her internationally award winning non-profit organization holds events called “Pageants of Hope” giving children facing challenges the chance to escape the hospital life and celebrate inner-beauty crowning everyone Prince or Princesses. She is best known for Last Vegas (2013), Attack of the 50ft Cheerleader (2012), and Dead Reckoning (2013). @ThePopcornTalk

Thunder Levin discusses the Sharknado series on iTalk Movies

iTalk movies is a long-form interview series featuring leading members of the film community. In this episode, hosts Candice Buenrostro, Phil Svitek, and Demetri Panos interview Thunder Levin in studio on the Popcorn Talk Network. Sharknado is a 2013 made-for-television disaster film about a waterspout that lifts sharks out of the ocean and deposits them in Los Angeles. It is the first installment in the Sharknado series. It first aired on the Syfy channel on July 11, 2013, and stars Tara Reid, Cassie Scerbo, Jaason Simmons, John Heard, and Ian Ziering. It was also given a one-night only special midnight theatrical screening via Regal Cinemas and NCM Fathom Events, where it took less than $200,000 in the box office across 200 screenings. @ThePopcornTalk

Nolan Gross discusses Terminator Genisys on iTalk Movies

iTalk movies is a long-form interview series featuring leading members of the film community. In this episode, host Jillian Leff interviews Nolan Gross in studio on the Popcorn Talk Network. Terminator Genisys (also referred to as simply Terminator 5) is a 2015 American science fiction action film directed by Alan Taylor and written by Laeta Kalogridis and Patrick Lussier. It is the fifth film in the Terminator series, and will act as a retcon to the series.[4] Arnold Schwarzenegger reprises his role as the eponymous character, along with newcomers Jason Clarke, Emilia Clarke, Jai Courtney, Lee Byung-hun and J. K. Simmons. The film is scheduled for release by Paramount Pictures on July 1, 2015. In addition to showing in regular theaters, it will also be shown in 3D, Real 3D, and IMAX 3D.[5] @ThePopcornTalk

The Cast & Creators of Bastards Y Diablos on iTalk Movies

iTalk movies is a long-form interview series featuring leading members of the film community. In this episode, host Kylie Hodges interviews AD Freese, Andrew Perez, Dillon Porter, and Eric Johnson in studio on the Popcorn Talk Network. Bastards y Diablos is a feature film shot entirely on location all across Colombia. It is director A.D. Freese’s first narrative feature and will premiere June 14th in the Los Angeles Film Festival as part of the US Fiction Competition. Penned by screenwriter Andrew Perez and based loosely on real circumstances & events from his life, Bastards y Diablos takes the audience on a spontaneous, passionate adventure through Colombia… LOGLINE: Two estranged brothers adventure through Colombia to fulfill their dead father’s will and connect with their family, their father’s homeland, and – ultimately – each other. The Bastards y Diablos team is a small collection of dedicated artists who have worked together countless times and decided to that this movie needed to be made, even without outside investors. When Producer Dillon Porter sprung for the tickets to Colombia – and made some courageous financial risks to rally the troops – our crew of six took a leap of faith and spent 35 days working tirelessly to realize this story. Bastards y Diablos is unique in it’s unbridled passion, in it’s creative storytelling, in it’s ensemble mix of trained and untrained actors, in it’s realistic and sometimes documentary-like feel, and in it’s revelation of Colombia in ways never before seen in an American movie – as captured exquisitely by Director of Photography Peter Grigsby. We’re excited to share this journey with our audience – the making of Bastards was a life-changing experience for all involved and we believe that the energy and exuberance of our voyage will find its way into the hearts of our audience. @ThePopcornTalk

Casey Nelson & Kate Murdoch discusses The Last Treasure Hunt on iTalk Movies

iTalk movies is a long-form interview series featuring leading members of the film community. In this episode, host Megan Salianas interviews Casey Nelson and Kate Murdoch in studio on the Popcorn Talk Network. Oliver and Lucy Sinclair were raised by an eccentric single father with a penchant for elaborate treasure hunts meant to entertain and inspire his children. When their father unexpectedly passes away, the siblings return home to find that instead of a traditional will, he’s left them a final call to adventure from beyond the grave –one last treasure hunt. In order to collect their inheritance, they must complete the hunt. With the threat of losing their childhood home, Oliver’s failing business and a new baby on the way, the inheritance becomes a necessity, and the duo commence the hunt in earnest. Along the way, tensions run high as they revisit the landscape of their childhood, relive their father’s loveable and infuriating quirks, and learn what it truly means to be brother and sister. In a beautifully shot, funny, and touching tale of siblinghood, THE LAST TREASURE HUNT captures the struggle and the joy of family, and paints an unforgettable picture of love, loss, and forgiveness. @ThePopcornTalk

Shelley Regner discusses Pitch Perfect 2 on iTalk Movies

iTalk movies is a long-form interview series featuring leading members of the film community. In this episode, host Marielou Mandl & Pegah Rad interview Shelley Regner in studio on the Popcorn Talk Network. Shelley Anne Regner (born December 21, 1989) is an American actress and singer known for her role as Ashley in the musical films Pitch Perfect (2012) and its sequel Pitch Perfect 2 (2015). Regner was born and raised in the Baton Rouge area, the daughter of Jan and Donald Regner, a businessman. She has a sister, Lauren Regner, that is also a performer. She is a graduate of Parkview Baptist High School, and the Louisiana State University with a degree in theatre. In college she was a member of a sorority. In Baton Rouge she has performed at the Theatre Baton Rouge in productions of Rent as Maureen and The Producers. While a student as LSU she performed in the musical Spring Awakening. In 2010 she played the role of Crystal in Little Shop of Horrors at the Ascension Community Theatre. She performed in the musical Spank, a spoof of Fifty Shades of Grey, in 2014. Regner also performed in Bronies: The Musical, a show about My Little Pony. Regner played the role of Nadia in the pop-opera Bare in Los Angeles and she played the role of Cecile Caldwell in a musical version of Cruel Intentions. She recently played the role of Amy in Company at the Cabrillo Music Theater. Regner performed in the show American Idiot in Los Angeles in 2015. Regner and Pitch Perfect co-star Kelley Jakle performed in a special concert titled Total Vocal at Carnegie Hall in March 2015. @ThePopcornTalk

Sabina Gadecki discusses Entourage on iTalk Movies

iTalk movies is a long-form interview series featuring leading members of the film community. In this episode, host Cathy Kelley interviews Sabina Gadecki in studio on the Popcorn Talk Network. Sabina Gadecki – Is an American actress and model. She was born in Chicopee, Massachusetts to Polish parents. She studied International Business and Communications at Fordham University, while pursuing a career in Modeling and Acting in New York. She gained notoriety as the host of The World Poker Tour on The Travel Channel, and went on to sign with Ford Models. She has modeled for the likes of Saks Fifth Avenue, Oil of Olay, and Jimmy Choo. Sabina recently wrapped on the feature film adaptation of an Elmore Leonard novel called Freaky Deaky, where she starred alongside Christian Slater and Billy Burke. She has played some fun characters on TV for shows such as Law & Order, White Collor, the Showtime series House of Lies, and The League for FX. @ThePopcornTalk

Jerry Ferrara discusses Entourage on iTalk Movies

iTalk movies is a long-form interview series featuring leading members of the film community. In this episode, host Phil Svitek & Roxy Striar interview Jerry Ferrara in studio on the Popcorn Talk Network. Born in Brooklyn, New York, Ferrara is of Italian descent. Jerry Ferrara began studying theater in college, where he was inspired by a teacher to pursue a career in acting. An agent he met at a talent showcase encouraged him to move to Los Angeles, where he quickly landed his first role on The King Of Queens. Other television parts soon followed. Jerry was then cast in the independent feature Cross Bronx, which premiered at the 2004 Tribeca Film Festival. In an interview about his breakout role on Entourage, Ferrara revealed that when he told his friends he had landed a major part in a television pilot, they asked, “What’s a pilot?”[4] Kevin Connolly has said of his Entourage co-star that “Jerry’s very domesticated. He’s probably the most different from his character. He’s like 180 degrees in the opposite direction.”[5] Ferrara once made an appearance in character as Turtle for a DirecTV commercial. His dialogue was mixed with a clip from an Entourage episode for humorous effect. Ferrara is also co-founder of Fat Sal’s deli in Westwood, Los Angeles. In 2010 Ferrara dropped weight and lost 60 pounds with a new outlook on health and fitness. @ThePopcornTalk