Guy Pearce

After I did my last interview with Marta Dusseldorp, star of A Place to Call Home, the people at Acorn TV sent me the DVDs of one of Marta's other shows, Janet King. For a while, I set the DVDs aside.
The "Memento" actor says he's got nothing but love for his ex.
While I didn't watch all the winning films, I did watch other movies that in my humble opinion, are more current and relevant in their subject matter and themes.
Andrew Bujalski's Results is a surprising little romantic comedy that never goes where you expect, even as it creates a story built on a triad of characters striving to be better -- in some way. As Bujalski seems well aware, there's who you think you want to be and who you really are. The distance between those two points is where things get interesting.
Against all odds filmmakers continue to make fine works, adapting or creating stories not from comics or video games but exploring the human experience on our own planet.
You've seen Guy Pearce lose his memory, perform in drag and even portray Andy Warhol, but nothing compares to his new music
Actor Guy Pearce joins HuffPost Live to talk about his wide range of acting roles.
After I saw 22 Jump Street, I noted publicly that, while it was funnier than 21 Jump Street, so was my root canal. (Although the latter did include laughing gas.) Still, the bar wasn't particularly high.
There's something especially eerie about a manhunt in the Australian Outback. The unreachable horizon and barren plains take