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Sunday, Nov. 13, 2022
Kevin Costner Discusses The Relevance of "Yellowstone," The Western Genre
While a healthy slice of America awaited today's (11/13) return of the hit series "Yellowstone," star Kevin Costner was in Moab, Utah, scouting locations for yet another Western epic, "Horizon." Costner's 60-some film credits, among them "Field of Dreams," "The Bodyguard," "JFK" and "Bull Durham,"...
Friday, Nov. 11, 2022
The Long & Short of It: Marc Webb Reflects On Features, TV, Spots, Music Videos
Director Marc Webb has a filmmaking range that extends from commercials to branded content, music videos, indie and studio features, as well as to television series. His roots are in short form fare, most notably music videos where his credits include My Chemical Romance’s “Helena,” All American...
Thursday, Oct. 27, 2022
Todd Field, Cate Blanchett Dive Deeper Into "Tár"
When Cate Blanchett stepped out of her first screening for " Tár," she wanted to immediately go back and watch it again. Sure, she might be a little biased considering she stars in the film ( and learned how to speak German, conduct an orchestra and play piano for the role ), but it's not an...
Wednesday, Oct. 12, 2022
Park Chan-wook Shares His "Decision to Leave," South Korea's Oscar Entry
Long before Bong Joon Ho's "Parasite" triumphed at the Oscars and "Squid Game" circled the globe, Park Chan-wook was astonishing worldwide audiences with his sumptuously stylistic, outrageously violent and devilishly elaborate vision of Korean cinema. His latest, "Decision to Leave," is in some...
Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2022
Rodger, Donnelly Reflect On "Supernatural" Origin Story, "The Winchesters"
When Drake Rodger and Meg Donnelly, stars of the new series "The Winchesters" on The CW, attended their first Comic-Con last weekend in New York, they were accompanied by security guards. Rodger recalls noticing one of the guards repeatedly looking at actor, co-creator and co-executive producer of...
Sunday, Sep. 25, 2022
Annette O'Toole Savors Atypical Midlife-plus Role In Netflix's "Virgin River"
Annette O'Toole is reveling in her "Virgin River" role as the unpredictable mayor of a small town whose woodsy, peaceful setting belies its residents' roller-coaster lives. Her character is older but not always wiser, including in love. That goes against Hollywood's tendency to view midlife-plus as...
Wednesday, Sep. 21, 2022
Lena Dunham Adapts, Directs Medieval Romp "Catherine Called Birdy"
Lena Dunham estimates her career is now a "tween." It's been 12 years since Dunham's feature film debut, 2010's "Tiny Furniture." (She was just 23 when it premiered.) In the time since, she's packed in just about every aspect of show-business experience. She's been hailed as "the voice of a...
Monday, Sep. 19, 2022
James Cameron Reflects On The Return Of "Avatar"
Thirteen years after James Cameron plunged moviegoers into the cosmic world of "Avatar," the lush, distant moon of Pandora is finally orbiting back into view. Cameron's "Avatar" industrial complex has been whirling in high gear for some time; production on the upcoming sequel, "Avatar: The Way of...
Sunday, Sep. 11, 2022
Tyler Perry Reflects On "A Jazzman's Blues"
Tyler Perry has directed his first screenplay, 26 years after writing it. "A Jazzman's Blues," which is premiering at the Toronto International Film Festival, was Perry's first stab at screenwriting long before Madea made him a media mogul, back when he was pouring what little money he had into...
Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2022
Olivia Wilde Reflects On "Don't Worry Darling" And Its Much-Needed Heroine
"Don't Worry Darling" has been in the spotlight since the beginning. And this was long before Harry Styles got involved. It was a film everyone wanted to make — some 18 studios and streaming services were courting Wilde for the chance to partner with her on her sophomore feature as a director: A...