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A one-time mixed martial arts champ completes her transition to the big screen with Deadpool.
The Trumbo star cuts loose about why the case of the Hollywood Ten should be viewed as a cautionary tale.
The British screen icon reflects on his remarkable career ahead of his starring role in Paolo Sorrentino’s Youth.
By Matt Thrift
Meet the Taiwanese master who makes gorgeous movies and home-made Samurai swords.
The legendary production designer reveals how he recreated the wilds of 19th century America for The Revenant.
The brilliant star of Room reveals the secret to being a good mother in the movies and how she bonded with her co-star Jacob Tremblay.
The star of A War and the new season of Game of Thrones offers his thoughts on a curious human compulsion.
The British maestro on bringing his bucolic passion project, Sunset Song, to the big screen.
A Pixar debut boy talks about plucking up the courage to direct The Good Dinosaur.
From Brief Encounter to his upcoming Peggy Lee biopic, the Carol director muses on a variety of subjects.
The Buenos Aires-born, Paris-based provocateur sounds off on all things Love.
The Carol star tells us how she has managed to pack so much into her short career.
The Brooklyn star on stepping back into 1950s New York and how Colm Tóibín’s source novel affected her.
The great Guillermo del Toro talks about his magnificent Gothic ghost story.
The British actress describes the brutal realities of the Suffragette movement.
The director of Weekend and 45 Years talks to LWLies about how he creates authentic, lived-in characters.