Elisabeth Moss
"When you have strong female characters, I think a lot of people think that they have to be vulnerable or they have to be weak," Moss said. "But clearly, with this being based on a real woman, you have to follow the true narrative."
Elisabeth Moss loves directing, but she might love playing angry more than anything.
Plot holes and redundancies abound, but Bruce Miller's dystopian drama slowly finds its footing around midseason.
The fourth season drops on Hulu April 28, and it's time to catch up.
The new season of the show returns to Hulu on April 28.
As the powerhouse explains, a neck injury enhanced her demented turn as Shirley Jackson. But other than that, Moss insists she's no method actor.
The upcoming Apple TV+ series is based on the 2013 best-selling novel by Lauren Beukes.
Elisabeth Moss also has better taste in TV and film than you.
The minute-and-a-half teaser includes the action of last season, when former Handmaid June Osborne led a rebellion to rescue the children of Gilead.
Moss and her co-star Michael Stuhlbarg talk making "Shirley," a hallucinatory anti-biopic consistent with the work she has been doing all along.
Exclusive: IndieWire shares a new featurette about life imitating art imitating life in the Hulu series, which released its third season last summer.
Michael Stuhlbarg, Logan Lerman, and Odessa Young co-star in one of the best films out of the 2020 Sundance Film Festival.
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