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"I thought it was the best thing I had ever read," says Mahershala Ali of his new film Moonlight.
Brian McGinn is quick to emphasize that Amanda Knox, the Netflix documentary he co-directed with Rod Blackhurst, is not a whodunit.
Six years ago, Luke Evans made his feature film debut in Clash of the Titans. Judging from his résumé, the Welsh actor hasn't taken a break since.
Born in Iran, raised in small-town Germany, and based in Los Angeles, actor Narges Rashidi is comfortably trilingual—quadrilingual, even, if you count her "film Turkish."
There are several superficial similarities between Jackie and Neruda, the two new films from Chilean director Pablo Larraín.
After flying to Africa for seven months to shoot the Iraq War-set miniseries Generation Kill, James Ransone had a realization: "Oh my god, I am an actor!"
Roy Orbison was probably one of the most unlikely icons to emerge out of the '60s rock 'n' roll scene.
"Life used to be a rite of passage in and of itself," theorizes actor Ben Schnetzer about modern male identity.
When it comes to iconic Disney animated films, The Lion King is a true classic.
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