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Tuesday, Jun. 29, 2021
Chris Pratt may be a loyal star of two of the biggest movie franchises of the moment, between Marvel and "Jurassic World," but even he craves something different sometimes.
"I heard the grumblings that people were getting tired of those things," said Pratt in a recent interview. "I felt...
Monday, Nov. 23, 2020
What should deafness sound like on film? For his debut feature " Sound of Metal," filmmaker Darius Marder wanted to create a sound experience that audiences had never heard before.
The idea was to simulate the journey of his lead character, Ruben, a punk metal drummer with sudden severe...
Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2020
For Steve McQueen, bringing back the London of his childhood began with remembering the scents of his youth.
In "Small Axe," McQueen's ambitious five-film anthology about London's West Indian community, the "12 Years a Slave" director resurrects the British capital in the decades before...
Friday, Oct. 30, 2020
A tale of two Sundance Film Festivals provides backstory on director Garrett Bradley’s lauded documentary Time which was theatrically released earlier this month followed by a streaming launch on Amazon Prime.
We start at the 2017 Sundance fest where Bradley’s New York Times...
Thursday, Sep. 3, 2020
The upcoming season of "The Boys" has so many surprises, revelations and themes ripped from today's front pages that some actors are wondering if their showrunner has psychic super abilities.
"I don't know what kind of crystal ball Eric Kripke has … we shot this show last year, July to...
Thursday, May. 9, 2019
In Prague to shoot the Knightfall series for the History network some time back, DP Chris Manley, ASC, phoned his wife one night to check in and find out what was new. She noted that a package came to him from his longtime collaborator, Matthew Weiner. Manley asked her to open it,...
Thursday, Aug. 30, 2018
John Krasinski comes across in conversation as a disarming match to his screen image, the sort of easy-going, decent guy he played on TV's "The Office" and in the romantic comedy "Away We Go."
Make that his former image. In a burst of creative versatility, he's fashioned himself into an...
Tuesday, Nov. 28, 2017
Midge Maisel has everything she imagined as a New York City woman in 1958: perfect husband, two cute kids and a "classic six" apartment on Riverside Drive.
Then, by chance, Midge scratches an itch she never dreamed she had when she unleashes her robust comic sensibility on the stage of a...