Alicia Vikander channels Isabelle Huppert in a morose psychosexual Netflix thriller about a translator accused of murder in Tokyo.
From "Colette" to "Bend It Like Beckham," this actress is a true tomboy who doesn't belong in corsets.
Rebecca Root and Jake Graf stand out in supporting roles in two fall indie releases, and neither one plays a trans character.
Costume designer Andrea Flesch's almost obsessive attention to detail resulted in Knightley wearing authentic reproductions of Colette's masculine-looking wardrobe.
Keira Knightley as Colette joins Glenn Close in the Best Actress race, as Annapurna opens the year's first western, starring Joaquin Phoenix.
Wash Westmoreland co-directed Julianne Moore to the Oscar in "Still Alice," and now he could do the same for Keira Knightley.
More than just "Big Eyes" in The Belle Epoque, this is a fun, frothy, feminist biopic about the relationship between sex and freedom.
The "Colette" star hit the IndieWire Studio at Sundance to talk about her historical drama and why modern roles are finally catching up to her interests.
Still, the actress is enthused by a recent uptick in more compelling scripts that offer juicier roles for their female characters.
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