The star of 'Billy Elliot' and 'Rocketman' demonstrates just how to take a leap of faith in the film industry.
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The Oscar-nominated 'Brooklyn' and 'Little Women' star has made it her duty to show us the many facets of onscreen feminine power.
The 'Star Wars' and 'Girls' alum repeatedly delivers fresh takes on character tropes, imploring audiences to search for nuance in movies of all genres.
According to one of J.J. Abrams' most trusted long-time collaborators, crafting this vital final chapter in pop culture history presents a unique set of challenges and pressures in the cutting room.
One of the most important artists in Bong Joon-ho's filmmaking circle discusses the process of transcending genre to create a timeless and timely film.
The 2010s produced many indelible cinematic performances that have redefined the art of acting in film. But which breakthrough stars have made the biggest impact?
In Christopher Nolan's space epic, very few things transcend the barriers of time and space. But love sure is one of them.
Through the artful presentation and deconstruction of implicit and explicit social mores, filmmaker Julia Ducournau forces us to confront the animal in all of us.
Christopher Nolan's sci-fi extravaganza is certainly ambitious in visual and narrative scope. However, the cathartic simplicity that resides at the film's heart is the real scene-stealer.
By virtue of its highly-detailed production design, Bong Joon-ho's dystopian locomotive nightmare effectively portrays, challenges, and shatters the dangers of political ubiquities.