The star and director of the comedy about twins describe how they became the perfect filmmaking pair.
Stephen Saito is an L.A.-based writer whose work has been published in The L.A. Times, Premiere, and IFC.com.
Jason Reitman's longtime collaborator talks about bringing heat to a doomed romance.
On mixing synthesizers and violins for the soundscapes of the animated film and the infectious "Everything is Awesome."
The CEO of the VOD distributor on extending the company's reach into theatrical distribution and his global ambitions.
On the "True Detective" director's first film and heading down to Mexico to shoot on a moving train.
The French comedienne makes things simple, for better and worse, in her latest comedy.
On raising hell in high school once more with his brother "Heathers" writer Daniel Waters.
On making a madcap contemporary romantic comedy that Preston Sturges would enjoy.
The "Dollhouse" star talks about getting the band back together for a new romantic comedy.
An Albuquerque-based filmmaker combines his love of math and movies for this crowdsourced coming-of-age tale.