A woman who studies butterflies and moths tests the limits of her relationship with her lover.
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Gwendoline Christie, Asa Butterfield, and Ariane Labed star in a sweetly intoxicating oddity from the director of “In Fabric.”
“The Duke of Burgundy” director returns with another mordantly funny and unapologetically fetishistic homage to vintage Euro-horror.
Luhrmann hadn’t even finished the script when he approached Hanks, but the famously wholesome actor “jumped at the chance to do a repugnant character.”
The retired actor was able to appear in a Russian commercial without ever stepping on set.
Ismael Cruz Cordova and series stunt coordinator Vic Armstrong describe the acting skills it takes to pull off what Episode 6 accomplishes.
With her powerful sample on Beyonce’s “Cozy” and a hilarious supporting role in “Bros,” there’s nothing Ts Madison can’t do. She tells IndieWire what’s next.
The song is some of the band’s first original music since 2018.
“When women have hits, it’s a fluke. But when men have hits, isn’t it great?” Midler said of the iconic 1996 classic co-starring Diane Keaton and Goldie Hawn.
“She was not at her best and my heart really went out to her,” Barbara Broccoli said of a meeting with the Grammy winner three years before her death.
“A character like that was something that I’d been wanting to play for many years,” Brody said of playing a New York mafioso in Season 4 of the Netflix series.
Director Fletcher Moules tells IndieWire about the music driving the story and visuals (and vice versa) of the new Netflix special.
Gerwig joined writer/director Noah Baumbach at NYFF to talk their latest movie, which incorporates decades of cinema history and American iconography to be distinctly of the moment.
A teenage friendship is tested by Satan in a slumber party riff on “Jennifer’s Body” that lacks much of that cult classic’s wicked bite.
S.S. Rajamouli spoke to IndieWire about how his epic awards contender survived pandemic shutdowns and why he wants to make a Hollywood movie.