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Your Parents Annette Bening and Tracy Letts to Star in
Previews begin April 4.
Mary Page Marlowe
Is a Simple Carbohydrate
Tasty enough, familiar, not especially filling.
Julianne Moore in Talks to Join
Woman in the Window
, Film to Be Unbearably Tense
Alongside Amy Adams.
Amy Adams Will Get Her Hitchcock Moment With
The Woman in the Window
It will be directed by Joe Wright with a screenplay from Tracy Letts.
Tracy Letts Says Everyone Was Nervous on the Set of
, Except Carrie Coon
“[Carrie] just has ice water in her veins. She’s like an assassin.”
Marks the Arrival of a Major Directorial Talent
Everything comes together for Gerwig in her marvelous solo directorial debut.
, Sobriety, and His Marriage to Carrie Coon
“I’m really surprised to find how much I love being married.”
year in culture 2016
The Best Film Performances of 2016
It would be much easier to make a Worst Performances of 2016 list than one that could do justice to all the terrific ones.
behind the scene
Behind the Making of
’s Thrilling, 18-Minute Argument Scene
“When you’re a director watching an 18-minute scene unfold, you can come up with a lot of notes, let me tell you.”
Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
It can’t shock the way it once did, but it sure does land its punches.
Stage Dive: Get This
to Broadway, Even If We Have to Build a Theater!
The Steppenwolf production at the Arena Stage in Washington, D.C., is a bigger, badder version of the Albee classic, starring the brilliant Tracy Letts.
Industry Roundup: McConaughey, Hirsch
Plus: A Garth Brooks song will become a two-hour Lifetime movie.
Jaden Smith to Strike a Crane Pose
Plus: America Ferrera bows to popular demand, will star in an Iraq-war drama.
ranters and ravers
Charles Isherwood Declares ‘August: Osage County’ the Next ‘Thom Pain’
Another head-scratching rave from the