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Bradley Cooper (The Hangover)

Bradley Cooper sat down with Shakefire to talk about his upcoming film, The Hangover. He stars as Phil, one of three groomsmen who is throwing a bachelor party for their friend in Vegas.... Read more
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Carlos Cuaron (Rudo y Cursi)

Shakefire had the opportunity to talk with Carlos Cauron, writer and director for Rudo y Cursi, about his film. It follows the story of two brothers who wish to make better lives for themselves and their familes. It's a tale of passion, brotherhood, and soccer...... Read more
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JJ Abrams (Fringe/Star Trek)

JJ Abrams has it good right now.  His cult hit, Fringe, just ended a pretty successfull first season and has been picked up for a second and his revamp of Star Trek recently opened to enormous box office success and even larger critical acclaim.... Read more
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Mike Epps (Next Day Air)

Shakefire had the opportunity to sit down with Mike Epps from the upcoming comedy, Next Day Air. Epps has had quite the sucessful career in films including Next Friday and the Resident Evil series, as well as a comedy tour across the nation.... Read more
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Lalaine (Royal Kill)

We sat down with ROYAL KILL star Lalaine to ask some questions about her controversial new movie as well as some pretty stupid questions, hoping for some pretty stupid answers.  We also had a chance to get some exclusive candid shots of Lalaine getting ready for and attending the informal press c... Read more
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RED CARPET VIDEO: I Love You, Man Premiere!

For the red carpet premiere of I Love You, Man, I was unfortunately stuck with the other dot com’s—at the end of the red carpet. Thus, I barely saw Paul Rudd and Jason Segel, which sucks because I had my questions all prepared.... Read more
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Miss March: The Interview

Trevor Moore and Zach Cregger, creators of the hit sketch comedy show The Whitest Kids U Know, star in their first feature film, Miss March.... Read more
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Adam Rifkin

Adam Rifkin has has quite an eclectic career from his earliest days as an uncredited writer for Adam Sandler's Going Overboard in the 80s to his family hits like Underdog and Small Soldiers.  Lately, Adam has taken the helm on National Lampoon's Stoned Age (previously known as Homo Erectus) as we... Read more
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Morris Chestnut: The Interview

Shakefire: What were your thoughts of the ideal marriage before you got married and what are they now?... Read more
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Taraji P. Henson: The Interview

SHAKEFIRE: How does it feel to see your work on the big screen?... Read more
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