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12 Years A Slave

  1. the vulture transcript
    Steve McQueen Won’t Look AwayThe Widows director on male sexuality, New Queer Cinema, and his unflinching gaze.
  2. straight talk
    Oscar Winner John Ridley on Hollywood Whitewashing and False DiversityThe writer-director tackles show-business racism and how TV can break through culture bubbles.
  3. casting couch
    Ava DuVernay’s A Wrinkle in Time Has a MegStorm Reid is going to get to hang out with everyone cool.
  4. casting couch
    Chiwetel Ejiofor in Talks for Minister Movie Pray that this happens.
  5. oscars 2014
    See Steve McQueen Literally Jump for Joy Over His Best Picture WinSuch happiness.
  6. year in culture 2013
    Steve McQueen on 12 Years a SlaveThe film’s brutality made its own director look away, but to call it a movie about slavery is, he feels, to miss the point.
  7. time limits
    Good News: This Year’s Oscar Movies Aren’t As Long As Last Year’sAnalyzing the running times of the Oscar Favorites.
  8. trailer mix
    12 Years a Slave Trailer: I’d Rather Die Enormous Than Live DormantStarring Chiwetel Ejiofor, Michael Fassbender, and so many other heavy-hitters.
  9. party chat
    Taran Killam on Robyn, SNL, and Joss Whedon“Picture a 15-year-old Taran Killam being in his grandmother’s television room, watching Buffy have to send Angel back to hell.”
  10. 12 years a slave
    See a Still for Twelve Years a SlaveHoly bonnet, Batman!
  11. casting
    Beasts of the Southern Wild Star Quvenzhané Wallis Books a New FilmShe’ll co-star in a movie with Chiwetel Ejiofor, Michael Fassbender, and Brad Pitt.
  12. casting couch
    Michael K. Williams Signs On to 12 Years a SlaveWith a bunch of other actors you like.
  13. casting couch
    Steve McQueen Casts Benedict Cumberbatch in 12 Years a SlaveHe’ll play a plantation owner.
  14. casting
    Brad Pitt Into 12 Years a SlaveIt’s from the director of ‘Shame.’
  15. casting
    Michael Fassbender Joins 12 Years a SlaveIt’s his reunion with the director of ‘Shame’ and ‘Hunger.’