TV Interviews

TV Interviews

Will Poulter: “I’m a scaredy cat – I’ll always avoid confrontation”

He might think he's risk-averse, but the BAFTA winning actor's pushed boundaries from the start – we hear why tech is the future of film and TV

‘Dune’ on TV: revisiting John Harrison’s underrated small-screen saga

Leap into one of science fiction’s most mind-mulching cults

‘Terminator: Dark Fate’ star Mackenzie Davis: “Thinking there’d be demand for a seventh film is insane”

Bad news T800 fans, it looks like the end of the road for Arnie and his murderous metalheads

‘Succession’: how composer Nicholas Britell wrote the show’s iconic theme tune

The story behind that earworm piano riff – plus Kendall Roy's Frank Ocean-approved rap

Earl Cave: “I’d love to play Neil Young in a film”

Thanks largely to his first lead role in 'Days of the Bagnold Summer', the son of Nick and Susie Cave is having a breakout year

Meet Otto Farrant – the latest young actor to take on teenage super-spy Alex Rider

"It's got a dark edge, it's action-packed, it's gritty and thrilling," says the star of Prime Video's new TV adaptation

‘Normal People’ actor Fionn O’Shea: “I’ve been bombarded with hate, but in the best way!”

O'Shea's new film 'Dating Amber' is a charming tale of queer teen love

‘Hollywood’ star Michelle Krusiec: “It’s rare to see risks taken on unknown actors of colour”

Krusiec talks to NME about portraying Anna May Wong, her experiences in Hollywood and getting a standing ovation on set

John Malkovich: “What makes me laugh? A chimp in a space suit hurtling towards the sun”

The veteran actor's greatest role has always been playing himself – even before someone made a cult film about it. NME meets the Hollywood legend who no one really knows

Rob McElhenney: “I want to do ‘Always Sunny…’ forever”

The creator of America's longest running sitcom ever spills some beans
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