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The Most Fun I’ve Ever Had with My Pants On
Two childhood girlfriends named Andy and Liv reunite to scatter Andy’s father’s ashes from LA to Austin where Liv will audition for the role of a vixen spy in a noir film. Between performing mini-funerals in surreal Southwestern landscapes, the girls practice being bad!
Plus: How the Oscar race has come into focus over the last few weeks.
Kroll had a late puberty, while his buddy Andrew blossomed early, and that teenage awkwardness now fuels their new animated series.
A working class hero and his hilarious twin are part of a wider lesson on privilege and the patriarchy in David Simon’s unflinching series.
We discuss the larger ramifications of this developing story and how it might play out for the flailing company.
Boseman discusses his unique process for playing Jackie Robinson, James Brown and now Thurgood Marshall, and how these historical heroes informed his "Black Panther" superhero.
The legendary cameramen behind "Wonderstruck" and "Wonder Wheel" shared the stage for a New York Film Festival master class.
Roger Deakins does incredible things with color in "Blade Runner 2049," but he's part of a longstanding tradition.