Fearless optimist Anna teams up with Kristoff in an epic journey, encountering Everest-like conditions, and a hilarious snowman named Olaf in a race to find Anna’s sister Elsa, whose icy powers have trapped the kingdom in eternal winter.
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After working on “Good Luck to You, Leo Grande,” Thompson disagrees with Bean’s recent comments that intimacy coordinators “spoil the spontaneity.”
“We feel like deep roots of this show are in the books and in Tolkien,” said co-showrunner Patrick McKay. “And if we didn’t feel that way, we’d all be terrified to sit up here.”
Onur Tukel, who directed Heche opposite Sandra Oh in the 2016 comedy, recalls her intense commitment on set.
The actress questions AMC’s motives for axing the original “Walking Dead” showrunner in a move that she called “an assassination.”
Goldstein says the hit Apple TV+ show has “so many characters that I’m sure weren’t thought of on day one.”
Kudrow says that despite some conversations with series co-creator Michael Patrick King, the cult favorite probably won’t be back for a Season 3.
Diego Luna and Maria Bakalova talk to IndieWire about a lingering bias in the industry that has less to do with what people look like than how they sound.
The Grammy-winning musicians both have films inspired by their music that are officially eligible for the Best Live Action Short Oscar.
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A promising skater leaves the limelight to live his truth in an engaging documentary that should end the trans athlete “debate” forever.
She faced biphobia, misogyny, and mockery for mental health issues. Her downfall is being covered like it’s still the 1990s.
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