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“Your world creation is visual. I want the audience from pretty much right off the bat to know you’re in a different reality, so you’re going to see some weird stuff. You’re going to see dogs and horses and gun-fu and karate and ninjas on motorcycles” …

“I’m super happy that the Wachowskis are not just doing a ‘Matrix,’ but they’re expanding what we all loved,” “John Wick: Chapter 3 — Parabellum” director Chad Stahelski told U.K. press last week when asked about the state of any pote…

CANNES – Having been lucky enough to sit down with Tilda Swinton many times over the years I shouldn’t be surprised that she’s reached yet another pinnacle in her career.  The Oscar winner for “Michael Clayton” rarely make…

Writer, director, and producer Edward Zwick‘s filmography may not be as abundant as some of his industry peers. However, his breadth of work is characteristically dense, exalted, and versatile. “Glory,” “Legends of the Fall,&#82…

Joanna Hogg has long been a critical favorite, but with her fourth film, “The Souvenir,” which was picked up by A24 after impressing audiences at Sundance, she seems poised to pick up legions of new fans (our Sundance review). “The Souvenir…

Head’s up everyone, Olivia Wilde is the next big thing. Yeah, you know her from her work as an actress in films such as “Tron: Legacy,” “Her” and “Rush,” but at 35, she’s seamlessly stepped behind the cam…

Every time a bloated, conventional, cradle-to-grave biopic garners more attention than cinephiles deem palatable, the same question arises. Why is it the cinematic explorations of our world’s most creative people — from Freddie Mercury to Sylvia Plath …

“If you look at Frank Capra, if you look at Billy Wilder, if you look at [Ernst] Lubitsch for example, these were the type of movies I was going back to, to look at tone,” explains “Long Shot” director Jonathan Levine during our conversation about his …

Writer/director Alex Ross Perry (“Listen Up Philip,” “Queen of Earth”) is not interested in making movies the way Hollywood wants him to. He has a very respectable and dense creative process, one that would likely be undermined by the corporate chain o…

When Andrew Koji walked in to audition for “Warrior” he almost expected to be dismissed without much thought. Being a British actor of mixed-Japanese heritage, he believed the chances of landing the lead role of Ah Sahm – a Chinese immigrant fresh off …