She also answers a fan question from Amy Schumer. Happy Friday!
All filmic adaptations of The Tragedy Of Macbeth have existed in the shadow of Roman Polanski’s towering achievement. But Justin Kurzel’s attempt, starring Michael Fassbender, comes pretty damn close.
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A perfectly-timed reminder of how space can bring out the best of us.
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Sure, she has a job. But she needs a man to handle it.
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Jim Morris, President of Pixar Animation, was in Australia this week giving sneak peaks of their upcoming slate. Here's everything we learned.
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Anderson's new film, 'Heart Of A Dog', is about the life and death of her rat terrier, Lolabelle. It's about a whole lot of other things, too.
Papa does preach.
"I saw a blog recently where someone referred to me as an 'unflushable turd'. At first I took insult to that, but then I was like, 'Yeah, but at least that’s memorable'.
Bisexual stories have rarely made it to the cinema: it’s considered simpler to just make a character gay, and ignore any confusion. Thankfully, with films like 'Cut Snake' and 'Tig', that seems to be... More
Fairytales are meant to scare kids, not coddle them. 'Pan' does a better job at that than most.