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‘You are treading on dangerous ground by asking personal questions’ – the Boba Fett interview

Posted in INTERVIEWS with tags , , , , on May 19, 2011 by Ross McD


Boba Fett is the most feared and revered bounty hunter in the Star Wars universe. He is the son of Jango Fett – the man who was cloned to create the Grand Army of the Republic, subsequently the Imperial Stormtroopers – and famously captured the elusive Han Solo. Since the man who played him, Jeremy Bulloch, is undoubtedly sick of the same ‘So how crazy are Star Wars fans?’ questions, he agreed to don the Mandalorian mantle and get into character to face Ross McD’s interrogation… Continue reading

‘I haven’t had a flood of scripts since my Oscar’ – the Jeff Bridges interview

Posted in INTERVIEWS with tags , , , , on February 8, 2011 by Ross McG

They don’t come much bigger than this. He is up for a potential second Best Actor Oscar in a row later this month for his performance in True Grit, but to most of us, Jeff Bridges is simply The Dude. And he just managed to find time last week to have a chat with Ross McG, talking about his Beatles moment, Colin Firth’s Oscar chances and The Big Lebowski 2. To read the interview, click HERE or the image above. Let us know what you think of the interview in the comments. Continue reading

‘I was born in the wrong decade’ – the Mandy Moore interview

Posted in INTERVIEWS with tags , , , on January 24, 2011 by Ross McG

From pop princess to Disney princess, Mandy Moore has come a long way. At just 26, her albums have sold millions and she has starred in a whole host of movies. These have varied from the syrupy (A Walk To Remember) and the downright forgettable (Licence To Wed) to the completely inspired (Saved!). She has backed those up with TV roles in the likes of Entourage, Scrubs, Grey’s Anatomy and The Simpsons. She is married to singer Ryan Adams. In her latest film, Disney’s rather fun 50th animated feature, Tangled, she voices Rapunzel. She spoke to Ross McG about her teen idol roots, why she has had enough of rom-coms, her desire to work for Quentin Tarantino and how she was never going to end up like Britney Spears. Click HERE or the picture above to read the interview at Metro.co.uk. Continue reading

‘Quantum Of Solace felt like James Bourne’ – the Roger Michell interview

Posted in INTERVIEWS with tags , , , , , on January 19, 2011 by Ross McG

Roger Michell doesn’t like the limelight. He may not be the most high-profile of directors, but he’s the man behind Notting Hill, Enduring Love, Changing Lanes and Venus. His new movie, Morning Glory, sees Harrison Ford and Diane Keaton squabbling on daytime TV. In an interview with Ross McG, he spoke about Ford’s grumpiness, what it’s like chasing down the elusive Bill Murray for a role and why he turned down 007. To read the interview at Metro.co.uk, click HERE or the picture above. Continue reading

‘Movie stars are scared of me’ – the Darren Aronofsky interview

Posted in INTERVIEWS with tags , , , on January 17, 2011 by Ross McG

We have a bit of a coup for you on Ross v Ross today. Darren Aronofsky is one of the most exciting directors around and he sat down with Ross McG recently for a chat about ballet, the horror movies that still scare him, why directing is like a drug and how he treated Mickey Rourke like a donkey. To read the interview at Metro.co.uk, click HERE or the picture above. Continue reading

‘Pan’s Labyrinth is like bad M Night Shyamalan’ – the Peter Bradshaw interview

Posted in INTERVIEWS with tags , , , , on February 25, 2010 by rossvross

In a rare interview given to Ross v Ross, The Guardian’s film reviewer Peter Bradshaw insists critics know nothing about movies, takes aim at Guillermo del Toro’s masterpiece and tells us why this website should be shut down… Continue reading

Peter Bradshaw interview… We Want Your Questions!

Posted in INTERVIEWS with tags , , , on February 19, 2010 by Ross McG

Okay, devoted Ross v Ross readers: we have a task for you. Early next week we are going to be interviewing none other than The Guardian’s film critic, Peter Bradshaw, and we want you to submit your questions to him. You can do so after the jump. Continue reading

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