iReport: What's the verdict on 'Skyfall?'
November 12th, 2012
03:35 PM ET

iReport: What's the verdict on 'Skyfall?'

[Editor's Note: The following post contains iReport movie review videos, which may be considered spoilers.]

No doubt about it, "Skyfall" already has the potential to be the biggest James Bond film ever at the box office and has won over critics, but what about Bond fans?

Moviegoers - many of whom were fresh from midnight screenings - took to iReport to post their movie reviews on video.

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Filed under: iReport • movies • Weekend reviews
November 5th, 2012
09:27 AM ET

RZA talks 'Iron Fists' and Elton John

Enjoy Elton John? Then you have something in common with RZA, a founding member of the legendary rap group Wu-Tang Clan and a huge fan of the British singer/songwriter.

“Elton John makes some great music,” RZA told CNN in a recent interview. He even admitted to listening to “Goodbye Yellow Brick Road” at least 10 times a day while creating “The Man with the Iron Fists," the just-released film that RZA co-wrote, directed and performs in.

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Filed under: Celebrities • iReport • Music
September 25th, 2012
03:45 PM ET

Jon Cryer on being mistaken for Matthew Broderick

Actor Jon Cryer may be best known for his role as Alan Harper on CBS’ "Two and a Half Men," especially now that he's won an outstanding lead actor in a comedy Emmy for the part. (Congrats on your second Emmy, Jon!)

But it's fair to say the actor's also wooed audiences in classic '80s hits ... and flops.

When iReporter Andy Clinton recently asked Cryer about playing Lex Luthor's idiot nephew, Lenny, in 1987’s “Superman IV: The Quest for Peace,” the actor acknowledged it may not have been truly Oscar-worthy cinema.

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Filed under: Celebrities • iReport
September 10th, 2012
12:22 PM ET

LeVar Burton on 'legion' of 'Reading Rainbow' fans

Space, the final frontier.

OK, yes, I just wanted to use those words in an article - but chances are, if you're a geek like me, you know that saying by heart.

And for a generation of "Star Trek" fans (pun intended), watching LeVar Burton fix a warp core every week on TV might have even inspired you to get into the field of engineering or physics and dream of one day working at NASA.

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Filed under: Celebrities • iReport
July 30th, 2012
10:37 AM ET

Olympian Amanda Beard on memoir's message

Olympian Amanda Beard was just 14 when she won her first gold medal at the 1996 Olympic Games. Since then, Beard's become a four-time Olympian with a total of seven Olympic medals, and has been a model, motivational speaker, author, blogger, and also a mom.

Yet while she credits a big part of her success to getting in the pool at an early age - Beard started swimming when she was 4 - she doesn't think that should discourage those who are holding on to Olympic-sized dreams later in life.

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July 24th, 2012
02:32 PM ET

Christie Brinkley: Embrace what makes you unique

Supermodel Christie Brinkley made waves in the late 1970s and early 1980s as the cover girl for the annual Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue. These days, she’s more at home on the Broadway stage, where she just finished up a stint as Roxie Hart in the musical "Chicago."

In a recent interview with CNN, Brinkley talked about how she got her start, and what set her apart from other models.

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