Wax your boards and be ready to duck as the sequel to one of the best animated films of the past decade comes direct to dvd. Director Henry Yu talks about the fun and challenges in bringing together “Surf’s Up” and the WWE in “Surf’s up 2: WaveMania”.
The producers of Disney Junior’s new Mickey Mouse series discuss all aspects of the show, including working with real racer and guest star Danica Patrick and finding inspiration from Jay Leno’s Garage.
“Street Gang”, a groundbreaking documentary on the origin of the iconic TV show “Sesame Street”, is currently in production. In this exclusive interview, Jackson Murphy talks with the film’s executive producer Trevor Crafts and director Marilyn Agrelo.
In this exclusive interview, the man behind the magical music of “La La Land, Composer Justin Hurwitz, talks about this latest collaboration with former college roommate, director Damien Chazelle, his inspirations for the songs in the film, and his personal all-time favorite movie.
Two of the key players behind “Albert”, Nickelodeon’s first-ever made-for-TV animated movie – Chris Viscardi, SVP of Content Development and David Steinberg, SVP of Production – talk with Jackson about their landmark Holiday special, starring a little Christmas tree with a big dream.
Kelly Fremon Craig is the writer and director of the coming-of-age comedy “The Edge of Seventeen”, which is Nominated for 3 Critics Choice Awards, including Best Comedy. Craig discusses how she’s feeling heading into the awards, working with star Hailee Steinfeld, producer James L. Brooks, a memorable experience with co-star Woody Harrelson and…tater tots.
Actress Gillian Jacobs talks with Jackson about the up and down 6 years doing “Community”, her latest film – the improv comedy “Don’t Think Twice”, her current project with Melissa McCarthy and she shares her advice for looking good on screen.
The Emmy Award-winning writer of “Futurama” and “Family Guy” talks with Lights-Camera-Jackson about his new YouTubeRed show, “Paranormal Action Squad”, his experiences as a writer for the Comedy Central Roasts and his best Donald Trump joke.
In this LCJ Q&A, I’m joined by former “Daily Show” writer Brendan Hay. Currently, he’s the showrunner for DreamWorks Animation’s “Dawn of the Croods” series, which is entering its second season on Netflix. Hay discusses working on the show, his old boss Jon Stewart and writing for “The Simpsons” and The Oscars.