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Despite the inevitable
comparisons, the two films have little in common.
Trailer: Bigger, Friendlier, Gianter
Steven Spielberg hears your lonely heart.
Cannes: Steven Spielberg On
, Mark Rylance
We tried to find out if Spielberg might cast the Oscar winner in
Indiana Jones 5
Spielberg to Helm
Kidnapping of Edgardo Mortara
With Mark Rylance attached as Pope Pius IX!
and the nominees are
2016 BAFTA TV Nominations: It’s Idris Elba vs. Mark Rylance Again
The Great British Bake Off
gets its fifth consecutive nomination.
E. Alex Jung
One Direction Superfan Christopher Nolan Got Harry Styles for
It will be the singer’s first film role.
Your Post-Oscar EGOT Watch
Mark Rylance is one of three men who are now halfway to an EGOT.
Brings News From Lake Wobegon
Ice fishing through the midlife crisis.
Here Are the NYFCC 2015 Winners
begins its dominance.
E. Alex Jung
, as presented here, is a compelling curiosity;
The Chav Anthem That Is
Jez Butterworth’s green and trenchant play.
Stage Dive: There’s a Theater in Their Mouths, and Everyone’s Invited!
Mark Rylance’s goofy set of fake choppers in ‘La Bête’ are not alone on Broadway, and off.
Theater Review: Your Comp-Lit T.A. Would Have Loved
It would win best sketch at an end-of-semester talent show, hands down, but La Bête adds up to far, far less than it thinks it does.
Stage Dive: Theater Critic Scott Brown’s Ten Most Anticipated Productions
Pee-Wee Herman, a sort of ‘Star Trek’ invasion, and Sutton Foster singing “I Get a Kick Out of You” are a few of the expected delights of the upcoming season.
Bill Murray, Tilda Swinton, Gael García Bernal to Thrill You! At a Languid, Quirky Pace
Plus industry news on Ellen Page, John Landis, and The Rock.