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Star of Russia’s Chernobyl Movie Says Film Is on Track to Release Soon“Life has gotten pretty much back to normal in Moscow,” says Oksana Akinshina, the lead in this month’s Sputnik. “Cinemas recently opened up.”
Chernobyl Was the Easiest Thing Craig Mazin Has Ever Written“I’ll probably never write that freely again, because now every time I write something, I’ve got to think, ‘Well, it’s no Chernobyl …’”
How Chernobyl Became HBO’s Surprise Monday-Night HitWith a cumulative audience of 6 million, this nuclear-disaster miniseries is anything but radioactive to viewers.
Chernobyl and Pop Culture’s Long History of Irradiated NightmaresFrom the start of the nuclear age, film and TV have served as both warning and coping mechanism to help us process the invisible terror of radiation.
Chernobyl’s Unsparing Account of Nuclear Disaster Is a Lot to TakeHBO’s five-part mini-series is a philosophical gut-punch, a reminder that there’s no disaster that can’t be made worse through human pettiness.
Watch the Trailer for Chernobyl, HBO’s Real-Life Horror SeriesThe disaster remains the deadliest nuclear accident in history.