In the Oscar hopeful, Armie Hammer and Timothée Chalamet underscore the mysteries of young gay love that made “Moonlight” and “Carol” shine.
The director's Oscar-nominated film attracted Marvel-style fandom. Now, "Wonderstruck" marks the latest addition to his résumé.
They say the studio made the changes, but why cut the kissing at all?
Beautifully choreographed, "Carol" tells the story of a stunning, married, woman with a four-year-old daughter. She befriends and then romances a younger woman she meets casually who barely has developed a sense of herself. Their friendship evolves into a deep love that complicates their lives with men who don't understand them.
RIP, true love.
"I wanted to thank you with the traditional two-woman light lunch with no other agenda whatsoever."
The Oscar nominee opens up about "Carol," beauty and critics.
You've worked with the Coen Brothers all the way back to Blood Simple and through the current Hail, Caesar. How different
Todd Haynes' Carol evidences the same disconnect that infuses the lives of its two central characters Carol Aird (Cate Blanchett