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Pop Music Was 2018’s Greatest Movie Villain
A Star Is Born
, pop stardom represents an alluring but unhealthy temptation.
Natalie Portman on Not Reading Her Press — and That
“I don’t read the things people write about me. You latch onto the negative and ignore the positive, so I don’t find it to be helpful.”
Jude Law Based His
Killing of a Chinese Bookie
“I didn’t want to play some generic sleazebag,” Law told us at Vox Lux’s L.A. premiere.
’s Brady Corbet on Making One of the Most Polarizing Movies of the Year
“As much as I’d love to go to every cinema across the globe and set the volume and make sure everyone’s got proper context, that’s impossible.”
Is a Fascinating Failure
Natalie Portman’s pop-star drama feels like it has a lot to say, but never gets around to it.
Director Compares Natalie Portman’s Pop-Star Character to Kanye West
“I love his work.”
Hear Natalie Portman’s Staten Island Accent in
See it in theaters December 7.
Oscar Futures: How High Can
Critics are praising Damien Chazelle’s outstanding technical achievement, but is the cold of space too chilly for voters looking for heart?
Why You Should Watch
Director Brady Corbet’s Overlooked First Movie
Childhood of a Leader
is a fully realized work on its own, and hopefully, the release of
will help draw some much-deserved attention.
Are You Ready to Hear Natalie Portman Sing Sia Songs?
Portman has replaced Rooney Mara in
, a forthcoming musical about a pop star.