Actor and activist Robert Redford is always willing to share his opinions about the US government, especially in view of the recent shutdown shenanigans.
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“Extra” got some celeb reactions to the Boston Marathon bombings, from stars including Robert Redford, Neil Diamond, Morgan Freeman and Elizabeth Banks, who all spoke to "Extra" about the tragic event.
At a special screening of "All the President's Men Revisited," Robert Redford commented to "Extra" about his “shock, dismay, and sorrow.”
“Extra’s” Jerry Penacoli caught up with Robert Redford to talk about the new political thriller “The Company You Keep.” The veteran actor not only stars in the film, he also directed it.
Sundance Film Festival founder Robert Redford sat down for a chat with “Extra’s” Jerry Penacoli, talking about a reunion with Barbra Streisand, politics and his motto for this year’s 2013 festival: Change.
Actor Robert Redford as Michael Corleone in “The Godfather”? It could have happened -- if it weren’t for the color of his hair.
“Extra’s” Jerry Penacoli sat down with Redford for an exclusive chat in Mexico's Mayan Riviera, where Jerry told Redford that producer Robert Evans once pushed for him to get the part of Michael Corleone, even though he had blonde hair.
"Extra's" Jerry Penacoli braved the snowy weather in Park City, Utah for its annual Sundance Film Festival to speak with its founder, Robert Redford, who said he wants to bring the "indie" feeling back to the event.
"[After 28 years] it hasn't been easy. The leveraging that started to take place around the festival sometimes overwhelmed who we were and the way we did things."
The 2012 Sundance Film Festival is in full swing! Check out a gallery of all the Park City happenings, including pics from the portrait booth!
The festival will feature more than 100 fiction and documentary films, and will take place over the next 10 days in the chilly ski town.
"Extra's" Jerry Penacoli caught up with actor Robert Redford, as he readied for the 2011 Sundance Film Festival, to talk about a possible onscreen reunion with his "The Way We Were" co-star, Barbra Streisand.
While Redford said he isn't into doing sequels, per se, he did like the idea of having "The Way We Were" characters Hubbell and Katie come together after living separate lives. "Yes, to me that would be an interesting love story. To see these people -- who had this sexual passion, tremendous heat that led them into marriage -- grow apart and mature, going through separate life journeys and then coming back together again. That appeals to me a lot."