Karyn Kusama
The "Yellowjackets" star and screamingly funny "Bodies Bodies Bodies" breakout played opposite one another at a recent live read event.
"I can say to an intimacy coordinator, 'You know, it feels like I’m watching two people peck each other on the cheek, and there’s zero heat here,'" the "Yellowjackets" director said.
Weisz plays twin gynecologists who share everything — career, drugs, lovers — in the teaser featuring Blondie's "Heart of Glass."
"The film was directed by a woman, starring two women, written by that year’s screenwriting Oscar winner, and instead they’re like, 'Let’s bury all of that. Don’t tell anyone that.'"
During a recent Film Independent webinar with Karyn Kusama, Johnson also heralded "Under the Skin" as one of his top five films.
Kidman wants half of her directors to be women - but that doesn't mean she'll accept just any role.
On the Filmmaker Toolkit podcast, Kusama delves into how she and Kidman constructed a noir from the pain of looking in the mirror.
Kusama remembers one horrific idea to market the film was to have Jennifer Fox host an amateur porn website.
Karyn Kusama's crime drama opens this Christmas from Annapurna Pictures.
She calls it "one of the great feminist parables of cinema."
Kidman is unrecognizable as LAPD detective Eric Bell in this upcoming Annapurna release.
Kusama's best movie since "Girlfight" is a potboiler that turns Kidman into an engine of rage.
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