The world knows Will Smith as a musician, a comedian and blockbuster movie star — perhaps even the most bankable star in the world. But in his new memoir, called Will, Smith explores another identity, one that has fueled his unwavering work ethic: that of a coward. Smith says that when he was 9, he stood by, watching helplessly as his father beat his mother. It was a moment that shaped his identity.
Composer Nicholas Britell says he wants his scores to help people lose themselves in films. He's scored the films 'If Beale Street Could Talk,' 'Moonlight,' and 'Vice.' Before becoming a composer Britell wanted to be a classical concert pianist, and he studied the neuropsychology of music at Harvard.
Melissa McCarthy stars in the new film Can You Ever Forgive Me? as a biographer turned literary forger. She talks about growing up on a farm, her early comedy act. her breakout role in Bridesmaids, and playing Trump's former press secretary Sean Spicer on Saturday Night Live.