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Monday, Feb. 19, 2024
Zelda Williams Makes Feature Directorial Debut With "Lisa Frankenstein"
Diablo Cody, a Best Original Screenplay Oscar winner for Juno , is no stranger to bringing a new form of life to somebody or someone's body--perhaps most notably in the Karyn Kusama-directed Jennifer’s Body in which a teen becomes demonically possessed. After an inauspicious box office debut, that...
Monday, Feb. 19, 2024
Vince Staples Makes First Foray Into Filmmaking With Netflix Series
Although Vince Staples has been in the limelight for more than a decade, he still thinks fame is a weird thing. And while the Southern California rapper isn't necessarily concerned with "making the best thing" or reaping critical praise, he's willing to endure the publicity machine if it means he...
Tuesday, Feb. 6, 2024
Christopher Nolan and Denis Villeneuve Discuss Return of 'Tenet" To Theaters, Why "Dune 2" Will Be Shown On Film
Christopher Nolan has, by any account, had a banner year with "Oppenheimer." But "Tenet" was still on his mind. The palindromic spy thriller starring John David Washington and Robert Pattinson was released at a tricky time during the pandemic, when many theaters were open internationally but not...
Monday, Feb. 5, 2024
Daisy Ridley Discusses Developing Dark Comedy--And Reprising Her "Star Wars" Role
Daisy Ridley doesn't want audiences to be misled by the title of her new film, "Sometimes I Think About Dying." Her character, Fran, is, actually, quite funny. Fran is a woman content in her mostly solitary life, apart from her co-workers in her chatty office. But when an attraction to a new...
Thursday, Jan. 25, 2024
Titus Kaphar Makes A Personal Film Debut At Sundance With "Exhibiting Forgiveness"
Titus Kaphar wanted to find a way to talk to his children about his life experience, his addict father, generational trauma and healing. An acclaimed painter and MacArthur fellow, Kaphar found that images were insufficient on their own. Words were, too. He even tried making a documentary to tell...
Wednesday, Jan. 24, 2024
Christopher Nolan, Emma Thomas Reflect On "Oppenheimer"
Christopher Nolan was still sleeping when his film, "Oppenheimer," landed a leading 13 Academy Awards nominations Tuesday. Emma Thomas, Nolan's wife and producing partner, roused him after a flurry of congratulatory messages came through on her phone. "Don't take it as being blase," Nolan said,...
Saturday, Jan. 20, 2024
Ruth Wilson Reflects On "The Woman in the Wall," Magdalene Laundries, Religion
In her latest role in Showtime's "The Woman in the Wall," Ruth Wilson plays Lorna, a woman prone to sleepwalking and night terrors. Waking up to the repercussions of her "night behavior" can be a nightmare in itself: In the first episode, Lorna awakens to discover a dead body in her home and no...
Monday, Jan. 1, 2024
"Night Court" Once Again In Session For Marsha Warfield
Fans of the rebooted hit NBC sitcom "Night Court" might have been forgiven for tuning in all season long and asking "Where's Roz?" Roz Russell — played by comedian Marsha Warfield — was the salty, no-nonsense bailiff alongside Bull Shannon who had a world-weary view of the shenanigans in the...
Friday, Dec. 29, 2023
Jake Schreier Reflects On "Beef" and Kendrick Lamar's "We Cry Together"
Jake Schreier is currently nominated for two Emmy Awards on the strength of his work on Beef (Netflix)--for Outstanding Limited Series as an EP on the show, and for Outstanding Directing in a Limited Series for his helming of “The Great Fabricator” episode. Beef has earned a total of 13 Emmy noms,...
Thursday, Dec. 21, 2023
Andrew Haigh Gratified Over How "All of Us Strangers" Has Connected With Audiences
Andrew Haigh began getting a sense of the knockout power of his new film, "All of Us Strangers," a few days after it premiered at the Telluride Film Festival. "I'd run into people who had seen the film three days before. I'd be talking to them and they'd just start crying," Haigh says, laughing. "...

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