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Towering talent and fearless commitment to her work made her an Oscar winner. But it is for her peerless grace and disarming candor—on film, stage, and in life—that Nicole Kidman is our most beloved screen siren.
There are a few famous names in Stonewall, Roland Emmerich's entirely un-Roland Emmerich film about the Stonewall Riots. The only name you'll care about upon leaving the film, however, is New York native Jonny Beauchamp.
You cannot accuse Tom Hiddleston of relegating himself to a certain comfort zone.
Take one role in a racy Lars von Trier film (Nymphomaniac), one recently banned ad campaign (Miu Miu), and one frenzy-rousing long-term boyfriend (Shia LaBeouf), and you have what the media might call a risqué new face.
The Wednesday after his visit to this summer's Comic-Con International in San Diego, Levi Miller is gleefully recounting his surreal nerd-fandom experience.
Tomorrow, The Martian will open across the U.S. The cast is padded with famous names: Matt Damon plays Watney, with Kate Mara, Jessica Chastain, Michael Peña, Sebastian Stan, and Aksel Hennie as his crew-mates.
If there is any quality that connects Jesse Plemons' characters, it is sincerity.
"Her downfall is really her isolation and loneliness," explains French actress Clémence Poésy of her character in The Ones Below.
Set in Orlando, Florida, at the height of the housing crisis, Ramin Bahrani's 99 Homes is a cutting commentary on American capitalism that takes its beats from gangster classics like The Godfather.
.@BAFTA celebrates the New York Film Festival http://t.co/zFVyK5NiGb @TheNYFF @FilmLinc