For starters: Sometimes writers work better in teams.
Spaceships and giant robots are old news. Now, special effects can shave years off an actor’s life, reshape a performance, or even recast a role after a movie’s been shot.
Step 1: Start with an anti-hero.
A pantsless Jedi no more.
Emily Nussbaum and Logan Hill hash it out.
Walt wins. At what cost?
’Real Steel’ has all the ponderous drama of ‘Raging Bull’ when it’s really the best ‘Battlebots’ episode ever.
The season’s penultimate episode.
Fans have followed her much further, many times before.
Walt ends up deep in a hell or a grave of his own making.
Is Taylor Lautner a leading man? No way.
Jesse didn’t kill Gus. Jesse didn’t even let Gus die (at least not yet).
Stillman is back with his first movie in thirteen years.
Michael Fassbender has arrived, and we’ll have a very crowded Best Actor race at next year’s Oscars …
Congratulations, Matthew McConaughey and ‘Killer Joe,’ for what we’ll call the “fried chicken moment.”
“I remember thinking, ‘God that was a missed opportunity. We could have been chugging tequila.’”
And Gael Garcia Bernal’s latest.
“I felt like the things flying on the screen in the movie was our life: baby, baby, baby, 1-year-old birthday … And you’re just the childless people standing there with the balloon.”
And the latest from Todd Solondz and Sarah Polley.
Walt and Jesse’s partnership comes to fisticuffs.