Billy Magnussen

‘Made for Love’: Billy Magnussen Explains Season 2’s Lovely Dance Sequence

Click here to read the full article. “Made for Love” is a series about relationships, specifically a toxic one of control and possession. It sounds difficult that a situation like that could be made humorous, but creators Christina Lee and Dean Bakopoulous have done just that. The series follows Hazel Green (Cristin Milioti), the wife of tech entrepreneur Byron Gogol (Billy Magnussen). Last season saw Hazel escape Byron’s tech-fortress, known as The Hub, only to discover he’d implanted a chip in her brain to see her every thought. This season, Hazel may be back in the Hub — using Byron’s company’s...
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Billy Magnussen Teases A ‘Made For Love’ S2 Cliffhanger & The Humanity Of ‘The Survivor’ [Interview]

Billy Magnussen is a Broadway veteran and a Tony Award nominee. He’s played historical figures such as Kato Kaelin and not one, but two “Disney” princes (“Aladdin” and “Into the Woods”). He’s played a gangster (“The Many Saints of Newark”) and a CIA agent (“No TIme To Die”). He can sing. He can dance. He can play drama and he can play it for laughs. Billy Magnussen has the range. What he will never do, however, is play method.

Billy Magnussen: 'Made for Love' explores human interaction at extreme level

NEW YORK, May 3 (UPI) -- Billy Magnussen says Made for Love is smart, funny storytelling that also addresses important, real-life issues that involve human connection. "Using the veil of comedy and sci-fi to talk about relationships is a brilliant tool to put them at the forefront of our minds," the 36-year-old actor told UPI in a recent Zoom interview. "It's important. How else do you have these discussions unless it's entertaining or dialogues talking about this kind of stuff? I love it."

Netflix's Lift Adds Kevin Hart, Vincent D'Onofrio, and Billy Magnussen To Cast

Netflix is working on a new action/thriller called Lift, and the cast is shaping up to be pretty exciting. According to Deadline, Loki's Gugu Mbatha-Raw is playing the lead opposite Jumanji's Kevin Hart. The movie is also set to feature Vincent D'Onofrio (Daredevil), Billy Magnussen (No Time To Die), and Úrsula Corberó (Snake Eyes). Other names on the cast list include Yun Jee Kim, Viveik Kalra, and Paul Anderson. Friday and Men in Black: International director, F. Gary Gray, will direct the movie with Dan Kunka penning the script.
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The Crazy Coincidence That Happened When Billy Magnussen Was Offered His No Time To Die Role

Sometimes all it takes is a text message to change the course of a person’s fate. It doesn’t even have to be a long text either, as the right context among friends can mean so much more. That’s especially true when it comes to how Billy Magnussen was offered his role in Daniel Craig’s final James Bond film, No Time To Die, as a crazy coincidence occurred when he found himself getting just that sort of text message from co-writer/director Cary Joji Fukunaga. What’s crazy is where Magnussen happened to be when he was posed a very simple question by his friend and collaborator.

David Dencik, Naomi Harris, And Billy Magnussen Chat The Bond Legacy And More In ‘No Time To Die’

The 25th James Bond outing, No Time To Die, just released on home video (alongside a great showing on today’s Oscar shortlist reveals). To celebrate its forthcoming debut, I travelled to London to take part in an event giving a window into 007—we interviewed cast members, participated in behind-the-scenes stunt exhibitions, went on a tour of key James Bond locations, and more!

No Time To Die Star Billy Magnussen Gets Honest About The Art Of Acting And Playing The Douchebag [Interview]

"No Time to Die" is available on 4K UHD, Blu-ray and DVD this week, and Daniel Craig's final outing as James Bond finds the secret agent having to deal with a 007 fanboy from America in the form of CIA agent Logan Ash, played by "Game Night" and "Aladdin" co-star Billy Magnussen. Having played a series of jackasses and jerks on film and television, Magnussen is in familiar territory, especially as his character's relationship with Bond takes a deceptive turn.

Billy Magnussen on Key ‘No Time to Die’ Scenes and ‘The Many Saints of Newark’

[This interview contains spoilers for No Time to Die.] For No Time to Die star Billy Magnussen, there’s no time like the present. In the 25th James Bond film from Eon Productions, Magnussen plays CIA officer Logan Ash, who, along with his fellow CIA operative Felix Leiter (Jeffrey Wright), tries to convince a retired Bond to assist with a mission. Magnussen, who had previously worked with No Time to Die filmmaker Cary Fukunaga on the Netflix limited series Maniac, actually made his case for a Bond role on Maniac‘s red carpet. “I remember when we premiered Maniac because we found out that...

Billy Magnussen loved 'wild' Bond fight scenes with Daniel Craig

Billy Magnussen found it "wild" shooting fight scenes with Daniel Craig's 'James Bond'. The 36-year-old features in the new 007 movie 'No Time To Die' as CIA Operative Logan Ash and gets involved in a fight with the legendary spy during a scene, an experience he described as "unbelievable". Asked...