Entering the Discourse is a thrice-weekly column in which Mary Beth McAndrews digs into who is saying what about new releases and upcoming projects.
Just two months after major back surgery, Maggie Q was ready to get back in action for Martin Campbell’s latest.
Candyman is more than a hook and a swarm of bees.
Rebecca Hall talks about improvising a romantic encounter with a spirit for ‘The Night House.’
After ten years, Mike Flanagan’s passion project is finally coming to Netflix. Here’s what he and actor Rahul Kohli have to say about why it’s such an exciting series.
Mary Elizabeth Winstead explains that her titular character is scary and angry and has nothing left to lose.
According to the actor, ‘Knives Out 2’ is better than ‘Knives Out’ and features even more colorful and eccentric characters.
Knox addresses what it means to have her story cut apart and retold without her consent.
Cage and Alex Wolff describe what it was like working with their co-star Brandy the pig.
The filmmaker makes a strange comparison between his giallo-inspired latest and the Disney animated feature.