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Adam McKay’s played-for-laughs portrait of former VP Dick Cheney strays into Bond villain parody.

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We were blown away by the excellent entries for our latest competition.

Steve Carell: ‘I don’t think about comedy and drama as separate genres’

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From office buffoon to father of a teenage drug addict, the American actor is a veritable screen all-rounder.

Beautiful Boy

By Hannah Woodhead

Steve Carell and Timothée Chalamet play a father and son pushed to the edge in this tender drug addiction drama.

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Welcome to Marwen

By Adam Woodward

Robert Zemeckis and Steve Carell bring heart and humour to the story of Mark Hogancamp, but offer little insight.

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Could you draw Timothée Chalamet or Steve Carell in Beautiful Boy?

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Enter our latest creative brief inspired by this touching family drama.

Beautiful Boy – first look review

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Timothée Chalamet delivers a heartbreaking turn as a meth addict struggling with relapse and rehabilitation.

Last Flag Flying

By Craig Williams

Richard Linklater’s “spiritual sequel” to The Last Detail is one of his most impressive achievements.

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Battle of the Sexes

By David Jenkins

Emma Stone and Steve Carell go head-to-head in this fascinating true story of sport and sexism.

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Battle of The Sexes and cinema’s hidden LGBT heroes

By James Luxford

Emma Stone’s new film serves to highlight the lack of queer icons on screen.

Take a first look at Richard Linklater’s Last Flag Flying

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Bryan Cranston, Steve Carell and Laurence Fishburne star in this spiritual sequel to The Last Detail.

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By Amy Bowker

The pair recreate a memorable sporting occasion which had huge significance off the court.

Foxcatcher

By Adam Woodward

Muscular machismo and misplaced American pride combine in this intense drama with Steve Carell and Channing Tatum.

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