Category: Media

Aug
10

Press/Photo: ‘The Devil All The Time’ Poster

IGN ‘The Devil All The Time’ – “In Knockemstiff, Ohio and its neighboring backwoods, sinister characters — an unholy preacher (Robert Pattinson), twisted couple (Jason Clarke and Riley Keough), and crooked sheriff (Sebastian Stan) — converge around young Arvin Russell (Tom Holland) as he fights the evil forces that threaten him and his family.”

Here’s a look at the official poster for the film.

Netflix has listed the following release date for ”The Devil All The Time” as follows:

  • SEPTEMBER 16, 2020
May
15

Press/Interview: Dreamy Photos of New York, From a Captain America Actor

The Cut — Dreamy Photos of New York, From a ‘Captain America’ Actor. [Photos by Sebastian Stan]

When the coronavirus came to New York City in early March, the rich fled. En masse, celebrities, influencers, and other wealthy people left for their vacation homes upstate or just got stranded on the vacations they were already on. Sebastian Stan wasn’t one of those people. Although he’s been anxious, hates Zoom, and has become intimate with every nook and cranny of his apartment, he tells me he couldn’t imagine leaving New York.

I spoke with the Captain America actor over the phone last week. He’s spending lockdown alone in the city and has been getting into photography. He’s the first to admit he’s an amateur but says that taking photos of New York has helped him feel better about everything.

“There was something about seeing these structures, these massive buildings, seeing them weathering the storm,” he mused. “It doesn’t matter what’s going on, who’s around, or what we’re facing. There’s something about the architecture, sort of like the weight of these buildings, that just exudes perseverance in a way. It just made me feel less alone.”

Below, a conversation with Stan about photography, what New York means to him, and why he found it so important to stay.

How did you get into taking photos?

I’ve been running in the city very early in the morning, when there’s hardly anybody on the street. And so I just started taking these pictures — it just made me feel better about being here during this time. We’re all coping with this thing as best as we can. Everyone’s doing their best, and everyone’s got their own version of that. And I think this is part of it for me.
There’s this great lens, this little thing on the iPhone camera so you can shoot and include more in the picture. I was just mostly sending them to my friends who live in the city but left, being like, “Hey, just remember where you’re from.”

Speaking of your friends who left the city, you could really be anywhere right now. Why did you choose to stay?

This is where my home is. I don’t have a place somewhere else to run off to. People that don’t live here, they just picture it to be this very lonely place. And it can be lonely, but it’s really not. I just feel a tremendous amount of pride being here, because it’s where I live.

I’m in a relationship with this city, to some extent. It made so much possible for me in this country, so I don’t want to abandon it.

When did you move to New York?

After college, in 2005, and I’ve lived in the city since then. I came from Romania, and when we first came to the States, my mom fell in love with New York and was very determined to find a way for us to live here. I remember visiting when I was little, and she passed to me this idea about New York, like: This is where you come from, and this is where you invent yourself, and this is where you make it. This is where you survive.

Do you have a favorite building or spot in Manhattan?

I’ve always loved that West Side Highway. I’ve walked there through every possible problem, celebration, exhilaration, depression — like everything you can imagine. I’ve walked Seventh Avenue all the way up and down.

What do you think the city will look like when the pandemic is over?

People here are gonna find their way and continue connecting in that very specific way that only happens in New York. The thing about this city is its inner resilience. Sometimes on my runs, I would pass another runner, and he would look at me and give me like the fist up — like, “Here we are. We’re doing it.” And there’s something very powerful about that.

And a few weeks ago, I was walking and I passed an old lady who was blasting Sinatra’s “New York, New York.” You heard it all the way down the street, and she was in the window. She must’ve been 70-something, and she was like, “Come on, let’s go!”

What’s the first thing you want to do when things are back to normal?

Honestly, I want to go to a rooftop in Brooklyn and hear massive house music playing outside, overlooking Manhattan. And have a cocktail, see the sunset setting over the skyline, hear the music, and just say “WE’RE BACK!”

May
04

Press/Video: Conversations at Home with Sebastian Stan of ‘Endings, Beginnings’

SAG-AFTRA Foundation – Conversations at Home with Sebastian Stan of ‘Endings, Beginnings’ Q&A with Sebastian Stan. Moderated by Jenelle Riley.

Apr
19

Press/Audio: Sebastian discusses ‘I, Tonya’, ‘Avengers,’ & Auditioning for Bucky & Captain America, and Plays on Sirius XM’s Jim And Sam Show – September 10, 2018

Sirius XM – Sebastian Stan discusses ‘I, Tonya’, ‘Avengers’ , Auditioning for Bucky & Captain America, and Plays on Sirius XM’s Jim And Sam Show. Click below to listen. This interview is from September 10, 2018 I was able to pull it and didn’t know if it’s been heard around fandom or not so please enjoy!

Apr
18

Press/Audio: Sebastian Stan discusses ‘Endings, Beginnings’, ‘Destroyer’ & ‘The Bronze’ on Sirius XM’s The Jess Cagle Show

Sirius XM ‘Endings, Beginnings’ – In present day Los Angeles, Daphne (Woodley), a thirty something woman, navigates love and heartbreak over the course of one year. Daphne becomes intertwined with friends Jack (Dornan) and Frank (Stan) after meeting them at a party. During that time, she will unlock the secrets to her life in a sudden turn of events and in the most surprising of places. ‘Endings, Beginnings’ is now on digital, VOD May 1.

Sebastian Stan discusses ‘Endings, Beginnings’, ‘Destroyer’ & ‘The Bronze’ on Sirius XM’s The Jess Cagle Show. Click below to listen.

Apr
18

Press/Video: Watch Shailene Woodley, Sebastian Stan discuss their intense chemistry in ‘Endings, Beginnings’ (SPOILERS)

Entertainment Weekly – When it comes to romance, we’re all just improvising our way through — and for the cast of ‘Endings, Beginnings’, that became true of their movie-making process as well.

The new romantic drama from director Drake Doremus stars Shailene Woodley as Daphne, a thirtysomething woman navigating love and heartbreak over the course of one year. That love and heartbreak comes courtesy of two men, Jack (Jamie Dornan) and Frank (Sebastian Stan). But the twist is that the entire movie was improvised.


Sitting down with EW for a recent Zoom roundtable, the cast discussed the challenges of ad-libbing a feature film, and how they found their chemistry. “I felt very anxious to want to please you, way more than I’ve felt on any movie,” Stan confessed to Doremus. “I really want to make sure he gets what he wants. But I think that’s the nature of the unknown of that.”

Woodley echoed Stan’s thoughts, though she said things got easier as they went along. “At first it felt a little bit daunting. We started out the movie in Big Sur, and that was the hardest part because Sebastian and I didn’t really know each other at that point,” she recalled. “That was the trickiest part for me, of just knowing how close should these two people be with one another, and because you’re improvising, you don’t really know what has happened in their story beforehand. It’s kind of a guessing game. That was the hardest part, that first week in Big Sur, those first couple days, and then after that, it just felt fun. It felt like every single day we got to come to set and play together. It didn’t feel like improv at one point, it just felt like life.”

In contrast, Dornan said he found the approach freeing, particularly during a scene where Woodley’s character must tell him about her pregnancy. “I felt like weirdly I could’ve done that scene for the rest of my career and been satisfied,” he said. “Shai was the most raw and honest person I’ve seen, with or without a camera in their face. Every time she walked in the kitchen, I didn’t have a f—ing clue what she was going to say.”

For Doremus’ part, he was thrilled with the results he got from his cast. “I feel like all the performances in the movie are so natural,” he said. “You don’t see the strings really at all.”

For more from Doremus and his cast, including which movies they’d want to teleport themselves into, watch the video above. ‘Endings, Beginnings’ is available to stream now.

Apr
18

Press/Video: Sebastian Stan Talks ‘Endings, Beginnings’ and Working With Co-Star Shailene Woodley

Variety“Avengers” star Sebastian Stan talks about his latest film, “Endings, Beginnings,” including working with his co-star Shailene Woodley and how he managed to improvise throughout multiple scenes.

Apr
16

Press/Video: Watch Sebastian Stan read “I Love You to the Moon and Back” on savewithstories instagram

savewithstories (instagram) – “I Love You to the Moon and Back” – read by @imsebastianstan

On Instagram, the original post can be viewed here, the full caption reads:

“I Love You to the Moon and Back” – read by @imsebastianstan

“I Love You to the Moon and Back” by Amelia Hepworth, illustrated by Tim Warnes (published by @tigertalesbooks) – read by @imsebastianstan

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Apr
16

Press/Video: Watch Sebastian Stan and Shailene Woodley in an Exclusive Apple Clip From ‘Endings, Beginnings’

Apple TV – Watch Sebastian Stan and Shailene Woodley in an Exclusive Apple Clip From ‘Endings, Beginnings’. Jamie Dornan, Matthew Gray Gubler and Kyra Sedgwick also star in Drake Doremus’ romantic drama, ‘Endings, Beginnings,’ available digitally April 17 and On Demand on May 1.

Note: Credit to theyawchannel on twitter for the heads up/clip.

Apr
08

Press/Video: Watch Sebastian Stan and Shailene Woodley in an Exclusive Clip From ‘Endings, Beginnings’

etonline.com – Watch Sebastian Stan and Shailene Woodley in an Exclusive Clip From ‘Endings, Beginnings’. Jamie Dornan, Matthew Gray Gubler and Kyra Sedgwick also star in Drake Doremus’ romantic drama, ‘Endings, Beginnings,’ available digitally April 17 and On Demand on May 1.