Movie Interviews

Chronological listing of all our movie & TV interviews conducted from 2005 to present. Below you can find interviews with directors, writers, producers, and cast, including many Disney stars.

  • Don Hahn, producer of The Lion King (September 2011)
  • Roger Allers & Ron Minkoff, directors of The Lion King (September 2011)
  • Tony Bancroft, supervising animator of Pumbaa on The Lion King (September 2011)
  • Glen Keane, executive producer and animation supervisor of Tangled (March 2011)
  • Nathan Greno & Byron Howard, directors of Tangled (March 2011)
  • Donnie Dunagan, voice of Bambi (February 2011)
  • Patrick Fabian, star of The Last Exorcism (December 2010)
  • Jon Turteltaub, director of The Sorcerer’s Apprentice (November 2010)
  • Joey King, star of Ramona and Beezus (November 2010)
  • Michael Arndt, screenwriter of Toy Story 3 and Little Miss Sunshine (October 2010)
  • Ron Clements & John Musker, directors of The Little MermaidAladdin, and The Princess and the Frog (March 2010)
  • Michael Stuhlbarg, star of A Serious Man (February 2010)
  • Jonathan Mostow, director of SurrogatesTerminator 3: Rise of the MachinesU-571 (January 2010)
  • Mike Judge, writer/director of ExtractOffice Space; “King of the Hill” and “Beavis and Butt-Head” creator (December 2009)
  • Pete Docter and Bob Peterson, writers/directors of Up (November 2009)
  • Phyllis Diller, legendary comedienne and the voice of The Queen in A Bug’s Life (May 2009)
  • John Ratzenberger, voice actor in every Pixar film (May 2009)
  • Jason Dolley, star of Hatching Pete and Minutemen (May 2009)
  • Nathan Greno and Mark WaltonBoltSuper Rhino, and Tangled (March 2009)
  • Olesya RulinHigh School Musical Trilogy actor (February 2009)
  • Matt ProkopHigh School Musical 3: Senior Year actor (February 2009)
  • Justin MartinHigh School Musical 3: Senior Year actor (February 2009)
  • Mary Costa, the voice of Sleeping Beauty‘s Princess Aurora (October 2008)
  • Henry Selick, director of The Nightmare Before ChristmasJames and the Giant Peach, and Coraline (August 2008)
  • Jon Turteltaub, director of Disney films including Cool RunningsThe Kid, the National Treasure movies, and The Sorcerer’s Apprentice (March 2008)
  • Andreas Deja, veteran Disney character animator (March 2008)
  • Alice Davis, Disney costume designer and wife of animator Marc Davis (March 2008)
  • Lisa Davis, the voice and live-action model of Anita in 101 Dalmatians (March 2008)
  • Mitchel Musso, star of “Hannah Montana” and musical contributor to Snow Buddies (February 2008)
  • Dominic Scott Kay, star of Snow Buddies (February 2008)
  • Tony Baxter, Senior Vice President of Disney Imagineering (December 2007)
  • Gore Verbinski, director of the first three Pirates of the Caribbean movies (November 2007)
  • Margaret Kerry, the live-action model for Tinker Bell in Peter Pan (February 2007)
  • Kathryn Beaumont, the voice and live-action model of Alice in Alice in Wonderland and Wendy in Peter Pan (February 2007)
  • Dave Bossert, veteran Disney animator and supervisor of Disney Restoration Team (January 2007)
  • Frank Nissen, director of Cinderella III: A Twist in Time and Pooh’s Heffalump Movie (January 2007)
  • Brenda Song, star of “The Suite Life of Zack & Cody”, The Social Network, and four Disney Channel Original Movies (January 2007)
  • Vince Papale, the inspiration for Invincible (December 2006)
  • Ted Elliott and Terry Rossio, writers of Pirates of the CaribbeanAladdin, and Treasure Planet (December 2006)
  • Jim Kammerud, director of The Fox and the Hound 2The Little Mermaid II, and 101 Dalmatians II (December 2006)
  • Moira Kelly, voice of Nala in The Lion King and sequels (December 2006)
  • Hank Jones, actor in 8 Disney comedies of the ’60s and ’70s including Blackbeard’s Ghost (October-November 2006)
  • Priscilla Weems, star of “Five Mile Creek” (October 2006)
  • Don Hahn, producer of The Nightmare Before Christmas in 3-D, The Lion KingBeauty and the Beast (October 2006)
  • Leonard Maltin, film critic/historian, Disney fan, and host of the Walt Disney Treasures (December 2005)
  • Michael Angarano, star of Sky High (November 2005)
  • Don Grady, Former “Mickey Mouse Club” Mouseketeer, “My Three Sons” actor, and Current Disney Musician (October 2005)
  • Angela Robinson, director of Herbie: Fully Loaded (October 2005)
  • Jim Brickman, composer/pianist of The Disney Songbook (September 2005)
  • Ilene Woods, voice of Cinderella, and producer Don Hahn (September 2005)
  • Taylor Lautner, Sharkboy in Dimension Films’ The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl in 3-D and Jacob Black in The Twilight Saga (September 2005)
  • Irene Bedard, voice of Pocahontas (May 2005)
  • Don Dunagan, voice of Young Bambi (March 2005)

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