“You get to feel the joy and the possibility of the female experience, versus a lot of the pain that we had and have been experiencing.”
Actress and director Miranda Bailey has issues with RT’s male bias and binary review system. So she’s starting her own.
“They all are very, very natural bedfellows.”
In the season finale of The Awards Show Show, Kyle Buchanan and John Horn discuss what it was like being in the theater where it happened.
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“You’re talking to a guy who hasn’t moved out his neighborhood yet, and
my characters seem to traverse oceans and change the world.”
“Everyone uses that term, ‘The film’s more relevant now than ever.’ And I get scared by that sometimes.”
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“I wasn’t on set thinking, ‘I’m going to make a film that can take down the ‘white, fascist musical.’”
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“The sickness, the toxicity, that is emanating out of his every pore — energetically, you can just feel it.”
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“As we included things like cars, stunts, astronauts, and guns it was like, Oh my God, this is not the movie we had intended to make.”
“I want to tell stories that may help inform what the world is feeling.”
“I came out to people clapping and an outpouring of support. The reality is, for a lot of people, they get kicked out of their homes.”
“He said, ‘I didn’t want you to read the lover. I wanted you to read the father.’ I went, Uh-oh.”
“This type of film is more of an ‘inconvenient truth.’ It was a different place for me.”
“Sly is game for anything. It just has to make sense to him.”
“Her character has always been that she has powers, but they’re not the A+ powers.”
“There was a Russian director who spoke no English who talked to me at length about my emotional journey.”