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Kristin Scott Thomas
Puts Its Politics Front and Center
Writer-director Sally Potter returns with a brief and darkly amusing specimen of the dinner-party-from-hell subgenre.
Is a Big, Stylish, and Editorialized Vision of Churchill’s WWII
Gary Oldman stars as Winston Churchill in Joe Wright’s fanciful wartime drama.
Ethan Hawke in Exclusive
Woman in the Fifth
In Paris! Squint and it could be Julie Delpy.
Watch Kristin Scott Thomas Play Mind Games in an Exclusive Clip From
She indulges in a little same-sex flirting with Ludivine Sagnier.
’s Kristin Scott Thomas: ‘These Uptight, Repressed Women, Those Are the Ones They Call Me For’
“I think French film audiences are far more nonjudgmental about the way women look. There isn’t this obsession with facial lines. They actually like women.”
Industry Roundup: Watts, Michelle Williams
Plus: Sam Worthington to star in ‘Quatermain.’
Zac Efron Graduates From
Plus: Ed Harris signs on for WWE film.
Trailer: John Lennon Walks the Line
Eh, it looks okay.
Jean-Claude Van Damme Is All About the Art, Man
Plus: Mark Wahlberg threatens violence against Jeremy Piven–bashers.
Kristin Scott Thomas on ‘I’ve Loved You So Long’ and the Joys of Not Having to Visit Prison
Thomas raps with Vulture about balancing English- and French-language films, and the hazards of onscreen chain-smoking.
Christian Bale Will Hunt Johnny Depp to the Ends of the Earth
Paul Greengrass is just about the last man in Hollywood who could get an Iraq-war movie green-lit at this point.
Damien Hirst wasn’t the first to aestheticize (i.e. make shiny) the skull.
Casting the Next Harry Potter Movie
Let’s find roles for the six or so British and Irish actors who haven’t already been employed by the Harry Potter series.