“We wanted to make sure we showed the world that we loved her,” says Sharon Horgan.
The breakout star of Netflix’s superhero show on why it’s a “dream” to play a middle-aged time-traveling assassin.
Director Rob Marshall on combining live-action, 2-D animation, and 3-D computer rendering to create a passage of eye-popping originality.
Writer-director Pawel Pawlikowski goes deep on the folk songs at the heart of his tale of star-crossed lovers.
Director Saverio Costanzo employed a body double and a closed set for the show’s gut-wrenching molestation scene.
The Mexican outlaw oeuvre known as narco cinema has been training a B-movie lens on drug dealers for decades.
“Younger generations that live now in Mexico, they don’t get it. They don’t get how things got this bad.”
“I don’t know that I’ll ever wear any of it.”
Elvis Costello’s “This Year’s Girl” is a perfect fit for the HBO show.
The star of Spike Lee’s latest on how Spike sought her out for her role, filming with Harry Belafonte, and what she’d love to do next.
“If you’re not proficient in wigs, you think that you can cut one like you do hair, but you can’t.”
Including the fact that he loved pranks, scared Yo-Yo Ma, and based his puppets on his family members.
The showrunners talk us through some of Philip’s erratic behavior — and his meaningful choice of video rental.
It rivals the show’s famous suitcase scene.
Annette Bening and Jamie Bell improvised it entirely.
The blood-red signs became the talk of the town in more than just the fictional town of Ebbing.
From Malibu to Santa Clarita.
And a prosthetic wrinkled brow!
“Nobody pointed a gun to his head and said you have to come work for us.”
“It’s the first opportunity I’ve ever had to play a character for this long.”