The seasoned co-stars talk misogyny, rom-coms and the state of celebrity culture.
"We've all discussed every conceivable path for the show," he says. "Do they get divorced? Do they stay together? Do they
Christine, Antonio Campos' new movie from a script by Craig Shilowich may be the Room of the current season: an indie film
Dressed up as a coming of age love story, "Indignation" is a small tale well told of individuals pushing up against the social, economic and cultural limits of their time. Faced with political threats from outside and cultural changes from within, the doyens of Post World War II America imposed social order. Those that pushed back did so at their jeopardy.
Bespectacled and bowtied, James Schamus introduced his movie, Indignation, his directorial debut from Philip Roth's novel
Movie icon--and lately best known for her role on American Horror Story-- Jessica Lange has performed on Broadway only twice
For now, my reality was a five-minute dialogue. Quincy had that paternal yet paparazzi aura, half sweet uncle, half GOP (Glitterati
Even the less strange characters get on your nerves by the end. It's difficult to see through all of the muck that makes up these people's lives, particularly when trying to have compassion for Bob, played by Letts, who is suffering from a degenerative nerve disease.
The first thing you should know about The Realistic Joneses is that none of the four characters in Will Eno's play have much
Wells agreed, noting that their intention was to keep the tone of "August: Osage County" consistent between stage and screen
Streep stars in the film as Violet, the drug-addled matriarch of the Weston family, and she has earned significant awards
He's the worst of all of them. Exactly. That's how I read it, too. And that's that part. And that part was famous coming
Never one to miss a quip, Harvey Weinstein introduced the movie August: Osage County at its Zeigfeld premiere, noting Meryl
Watanabe has the same world-weary rasp that Eastwood brought to the role in one of his best films. Yet this film is its own