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’s Aaron Johnson on Delving Into John Lennon’s Bad Side
“But it’s not just like, ‘Oh well now I’ve lost the love of my life and I’m going to get smashed and fuck as much as possible.’ Though that is what he did … “
John Lennon in the Movies: Who Got Him Right?
From ‘Nowhere Boy’ to ‘Backbeat’ to the Rutles.
’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.”
The Conservative Messages Buried in This Fall’s Films
’The Social Network’: A young entrepreneur starts a business, escapes a liberal university, and fires a Brazilian immigrant.
Trailer: John Lennon Walks the Line
Eh, it looks okay.
Brett Ratner Wants to Make a Guitar Hero Movie
Plus: They’ve found the perfect director for ‘Voltron’! It’s some dude who directed ‘Queer Eye for the Straight Guy’!