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Agent Y The Last Man

Seeking Imperfection for ‘Y: The Last Man’

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We talk with cinematographer Kira Kelly about her intense comic book fandom and why embracing a messy frame was the right move for this adaptation.

The Royal Tenenbaums

The Aesthetics of Class in the Films of Wes Anderson

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You know what they say: the views are better (and lonlier) above ground.

Michael Gandolfini As Tony Soprano

The “Miraculous” Performance of Michael Gandolfini as Young Tony Soprano

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Michael Gandolfini was extremely nervous to step into his late father’s shoes in the ‘Sopranos’ prequel ‘The Many Saints of Newark,’ but David Chase says he’s incredible.

Tiff Preview

TIFF 2021 Preview: 7 Potential Bangers To Add to Your Watchlist

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Why let the big-ticket films have all the fun?

The Matrix Resurrections Trailer Shot By Shot Roof Sunset

Shot by Shot with ‘The Matrix Resurrections’ Trailer

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Follow the white rabbit, and devour the red pill. We go back to the Matrix, looking for nonstop action and a little heady philosophy.

Queenpins True

‘Queenpins’ Shows How Stealing from Corporations Can Be Really Fun

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Kristen Bell and Kirby Howell-Baptiste star as the real-life women who led a $40 million couponing scheme.

House Of Gucci true story

The Real Story Behind ‘House of Gucci’

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We break down everything you need to know about this infamous true-crime case.

Oscar Isaac in The Card Counter

‘The Card Counter’ Searches for Value in Human Interaction

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Oscar Isaac, Tiffany Haddish, and Tye Sheridan make for an oddly compelling “family.”

What If Episode Zombies

‘What If…?’ Episode 5 Is A Marvelous Spin on ‘The Walking Dead’

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When Marvel wanted to take advantage of the early aughts’ zombie pop-culture takeover, they turned to the demented mind of Robert Kirkman.

Y The Last Man Review

‘Y: The Last Man’ Leads With a Dynamite Premiere

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After years of waiting, the famous comic book series finally hits screens. Such anticipation can be apocalyptic.

The Sound Of Music Muted

How “Mute By Default” Social Media Videos Affect Our Viewing Experience

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In one of the great paradoxes of cinema history, thanks to social media apps, we’ve returned to silent cinema.

What If Character Design Interview

‘What If…?’ Pushed Marvel’s Design Team Into Its Most Daring Arena

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We chat with Ryan Meinerding, the Creative Director of Visual Development at Marvel Studios, about knowing when to ditch legacy for story.