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Martin Amis's 2014 novel set at Auschwitz is very, very different from Jonathan Glazer's film adapted from it — but that doesn't mean they don't shed light on each other. Plus, Chris Murphy talks to P
The Emmy-nominated editor of The Bear shares how the surprise hit comedy came together in its first season, and how she and the series creators learned to break their own rules for season two.
Priscilla Beaulieu Presley met Elvis when she was 14, divorced him when she was 27, and was only a minor figure in last years blockbuster film about Elviss life. In Sofia Coppolas new film Priscill
The writer and director discusses his provocative new movie, the hurdle of its NC-17 rating, and how seeing 197 movies over the course of three months changes his life.
A dive into David Grann's 2017 nonfiction book that Martin Scorsese has adapted for his upcoming film. Plus, a look at the state of the strike and festival season, and a celebration of the new season
In a conversation recorded on the eve of the SAG-AFTRA strike, the Emmy nominee and Oscar winner reflects on what it took to get to this point in her career, and what she learned from the decade-plus
Lineups for two of the biggest fall film festivals have been announcedand they are stacked, despite the strike. This week's Little Gold Men takes a look at the films soon premiering at home and abroa
The always inspiring veteran actress, who just earned her second consecutive Emmy nomination for the hit ABC series, weighs in on the SAG-AFTRA strike. SAG-AFTRA members are currently on strike; as p
Nearly a week into the SAG-AFTRA strike, it remains entirely unclear how the Emmys, the fall festival season, and even the Oscars will be affected. That won't stop us from speculating! Plus, a discuss
The King Richard star has been incredibly busy since her Oscar nomination last year, and keeps surprising herself in the process.