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Down to Earth

Eight Questions with Scott Z. Burns, a producer of An Inconvenient Truth—not to mention a co-writer of The Bourne Ultimatum and No Time to Die—whose star-studded new show focuses on climate change

Working for the Kid

Did Bob Evans save Paramount in the 1970s? You bet your ass he did. So how come the Academy never gave him his due?

Hers for the Taking

Sixteen years after securing the film rights to All Quiet on the Western Front, a former professional triathlete could be on her way to Oscar glory

Camila Morrone

The young starlet discusses her path from modeling to acting and playing a groupie on Amazon’s Daisy Jones & the Six

Not to Be

High art. Romantic intrigue. Monstrous villainy. The inside story of the original, star-studded—and star-crossed—production of Shakespeare in Love is the stuff of, well, Shakespeare

The Gold Standard

From the peak of Hollywood glamour to snafus, boycotts, and last year’s infamous Slap, the Oscars have seen it all. Are they still worth watching?

All Quiet on the Western Front, Again

How does the graphic new adaptation of the classic book measure up against the earlier screen version?

Madelyn Cline

Shortly after moving to Los Angeles, the young star has made her mark on Hollywood with Netflix’s Outer Banks

The Magic Touch

How Channing Tatum’s Magic Mike franchise morphed from a film for teenage boys into a feminist masterpiece

Sick or Genius?

Directors can’t stop making movies about tortured artists

A Life Less Ordinary

One Fine Morning stars Léa Seydoux as a woman seeking to balance her everyday obligations with a passionate affair. Its director, Mia Hansen-Løve, tells how the film came to be

Lukas Dhont

In an interview, the young director discusses his film Close, Belgium’s submission to the Academy Awards, which has earned comparisons to François Truffaut’s The 400 Blows

From “Mini-Documentaries” to Major Ones

Success, for Daniel Roher, is bittersweet. While he’s winning praise and awards for Navalny, the subject of his inspiring documentary is in a Siberian gulag

The Re-invention of John Stonehouse

Succession star Matthew Macfadyen leads a raucous new drama about the stranger-than-fiction story of a British politician who faked his own death in 1974

Family Fiction

The Super 8 Years brings the Nobel Prize–winning French novelist Annie Ernaux’s high literary style to the screen

Frida Gustavsson

The star of Netflix’s Vikings first emerged on the scene as one of the fashion industry’s top models

Mr. Bad Guy

No one was a better thug on-screen, or off, than Lawrence Tierney

Lighter than Air

Albert Lamorisse’s 1956 short, “The Red Balloon,” is high art for all ages

Luke Millington-Drake

While the British actor is best known for his Keira Knightley parodies on TikTok, his TV career is taking off

Diego Calva

For his first role in an American movie, the Mexican actor stars alongside Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie in the Hollywood epic Babylon

Vicky Krieps

The Phantom Thread actress stars as Empress Elisabeth “Sisi” of Austria, a role previously inhabited by Romy Schneider and that hints at Princess Diana’s struggles, in Corsage, out next week

Beatrice Grannò

The Italian actress discusses her American-TV debut: The White Lotus, Season Two

The Next Step

Published just before the pandemic, The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse captured the world with its message of kindness and went on to become the all-time best-selling U.K. hardback. Now the illustrated tale is headed to the big screen on Christmas Day

The Duke and Duchess of Drama

Harry and Meghan’s new Netflix documentary ignores reality for the higher purpose of demonizing the royal family—and elevating themselves