Is a 'stache the best way to empower women? Matt Zaller gets Jessica Biel, Kate Beckinsale, and Emma Stone to test the theory out on the red carpet at San Diego Comic-Con 2011.
Aside from the hardcore stuff Forza always has offered, you can now use Kinect to drive, ogle over cars in Autovista, and not have to collect a billion random average cars you don't want.
There are topless pics, of Rakhi Sawant, on the web, but it looks like post-swayamvar Rakhis has completely denied this. In a recent interview, she had expressed her fears stating that people have morphed her pictures onto naked bodies.
Blogger Scott Schumann, aka, The Sartorialist, shares photos from his Visual Life with 70,000 readers a day. In this film by Intel, get a sneak peek into the man behind the lens and how technology plays a pivotal role in bringing his passion to life.
Not all glamour models have what it takes to be the best, that's why here at the Candy Crib we put them through a rigorous interview process, and really pick at their brains...
While Doug Perry plays Child of Eden at Microsoft's GDC event, Producer James Mielke tells us what makes this organic Kinect shooter worth your while.
Sh!t gets crazy at Comic-Con.
Host: Matt Zaller
Producer: Lulu Richter
Video Production: Rich Montalvo, Max Tapia
Cheerleaders Gone Wild (ZI CARLOS & G.E COLLECTION)
At the Puss in Boots junket, Matt Zaller sat down with Zach Galifianakis to explore the myth of Humpty Dumpty and some casual cat talk. Puss in Boots is in theaters October 28th.
Matt Zaller works his magic in order to get the latest scoop from the stars of Little Fockers.
Sam Raimi Interview WORLD OF WARCRAFT Movie Saturn Awards 2010 - For more news, reviews, and interviews check out
*******Www.Collider.Com At tonight's Saturn Awards here in Los Angeles I had the chance to talk to Sam Raimi on the red carpet. While he's been rumored to be doing Oz as his next project, when I spoke to him, all he wanted to talk about was World of Warcraft. From the way he spoke, the man is really into the game and it sounded like that's the project he really wants to make as his next film. I also asked him about rumors that he could be directing The Hobbit. He seemed to think those were just online rumors and nothing more.Since I have so much to post, for more info you should watch the interview after the jump. I've time indexed the entire interview so you can read the questions. For fans of the World of Warcraft game, make sure to watch his answer six minutes in. You'll love it:How has the last few months been for him. Says he has been reading scripts and working on a treatment for the World of Warcraft:35 Does he pay attention to the online rumors about what he is attached to1:00 - Lots of talk that he might do The Hobbit.1:25 - What will be his next film. Says he has read the script Oz. Not sure he will do the film2:00 - World of Warcraft. What most excites him as a filmmaker - talks about the monsters, landscapes, performing spells.2:45 - Does the film take place in the real world or just in the game. Says they have a 40 page treatment for the film3:30 - Why is video game to film such a tough transition4:15 - he really knows his characters4:40 - Will the movie just take place in the World of Warcraft or will people be in the real world. Says it is ALL in the World of Warcraft5:40 - How does he decide what he wants to do as his next project. Says he LOVES playing the game.6:00 - Has he ever sat and played the game from morning to night. Tells a great story about his characters and the game. Fans are going to love what he says.6:50 - Is the studio enthusiastic about the movie. Says it's Legendary Pictures/Warner Bros.7:30 - Does he have other projects he is thinking about or is it just WOW and OZ?8:15 - Will he make another film like Drag Me to Hell or is he done with that genre
Femme fatal (ZI CARLOS & G.E COLLECTION)
I wish she was my girl friend :(
does Matt Zaller, Weblebrity and Comedian, get ideas for his celebrity interviews?
This week, we got the chance to chat with writer/director of The To Do List, Maggie Carey, as well as stars Aubrey Plaza, Scott Porter, Rachel Bilson, and Alia Shawkat about some of the sex acts that didn't make it into the movie, so guest host Matt Raub made sure to do his homework.
Yes, Before they were famous they were interviewed on tv: Naomi Campbell, Jude Law, Celine Dion, and Andre Agassi.