Rachel Brosnahan
In My Favorite Scene, Brosnahan tells IndieWire about the moments that left her tired, bruised, and giggling.
Rachel Brosnahan returns in the delightful first footage from the next batch of "Mrs. Maisel" episodes.
The "Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" star leads her first feature and helps tell a story usually never seen onscreen.
TIffany Haddish, Sarah Silverman, and Mrs. Maisel herself bid adieu to 2020 in a series of comedy sets that are more handy summary than riotous roast.
Julia Hart's crime thriller takes its time revealing its intentions, but the full picture has plenty of payoff.
Julia Hart's fourth feature follows another release for the filmmaker earlier this year, in Disney+'s "Stargirl."
The festival will kick off virtually on October 15 with the Amazon Original film.
Comedy frontrunners "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" and "Schitt's Creek" square off again, but there are plenty of spoilers lurking. [Updated August 14]
Emmy-winning costume designer Donna Zakowska brought a new level of heightened theatricality to Midge's wardrobe in Season 3.
Rachel Brosnahan and Jessie Buckley play supporting roles in a brisk spy thriller about a salesman who saved us from nuclear war.
The Emmy-winning "Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" star is at Sundance touting her new film with director Dominic Cooke, "Ironbark."
Emmy-nominated costume designer Donna Zakowska gives Rachel Brosnahan's Midge a sunny change of pace for her summer retreat.
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