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Awards Spotlight: The actors explain how Martin McDonagh's latest movie forced them to confront their shared roots.
"I think for the most part, we'd all agree loving deeply is a risk," Evans said.
Don't let his role as a robot fool you. Jeffrey Wright knows a thing or two about humanity.
Sit back and let this four-time Emmy winner explain the power behind a properly layered performance — and why TV can inhibit actors from providing their best work.
Fearing that a portrayal of the icon in "Mrs. America" could descend into parody, Byrne's performance embodies texture, breadth, and complexity.
"Science has delivered the goods, across the board," she said. "It's one of the reasons I've spent my whole life celebrating it."
"I think we all suffer enough in life that I don't think that you need any more suffering on set to make art."
Ever the provocateur, the young Oscar nominee wasted no time sharing cheeky details of his working relationship with Luca Guadagnino.
"It could be traumatic, or it could be cathartic. And we insisted it would be cathartic," Jolie said of directing the Cambodian Genocide drama.
"I was like greyhounds straining in the slips," said Oldman of his Oscar-nominated role. "I couldn't wait to get to the set."
"We are used to either never depicting female sexuality, or depicting it in a glamorized, artificial way," said the Oscar-nominated director.
Imagine taking the most painful experience of your life and turning it into a romantic comedy.
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