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Cam Spence When the comedienne talks to herself, other people listen

Cush Jumbo The actress bringing Shakespeare to life, both in and out of television courtrooms

He Re-Shoots, He Scores Russian filmmakers splice sports history to play along with Putin

Dave Brown The Hollywood maverick who hosts a film festival—every single week

The Id of HBO Bill Murray had Harold Ramis. Danny McBride has Jody Hill, who discusses the duo’s “misunderstood-angry-man trilogy”

Sapphistry Something’s wrong with the
depiction of the love affair
in Vita & Virginia

Queen of Muses The always extraordinary Patricia Clarkson on Sharp Objects, portraying difficult characters, and the correct way to make jambalaya

The Story of L A noted French author reimagines Nabokov’s novel from Lolita’s point of view

Next in Line In Season Two of HBO’s Succession, Sarah Snook proves she’s worthy of the Roy throne

Candice Bergen, Star Reporter A “very lucky” actor and the photojournalism career that got away

Blonde Venus The Swedish bombshell who blew up Italian movies

Hail Fellowes, Well Met The creator of Downton Abbey has lunch with an old flame

Lili Reinhart Grows Up The Riverdale actress plots her move to the big screen

The Trump Mentor A new documentary takes on the controversial attorney Roy Cohn

Bella Figura For Italian actress Miriam Leone, it all started with a little black dress

Spoiler Alert Did the creator of The Crown tell the one who wears it what happens next on the series?

Top Dogs The comedy show created by Ukraine’s new president skewered Donald Trump

Da’Vine Joy Randolph She goes toe to toe with Eddie Murphy in his new comedy, Dolemite Is My Name

Bong Joon-ho Parasite, the South Korean director’s new film about class warfare, triumphed at Cannes and is generating Oscar heat

Once More unto the Breach In Henry V, Timothée Chalamet tries to fill the sabbatons of Olivier and Branagh

There Is Nothin’ Like a Dame Helen Mirren brings something special to every performance. But for HBO’s Catherine the Great, she also draws on her own White Russian roots

Why Talk to a Pariah? I’ve never met one I didn’t like and I just wanted to understand

The Secret Lives of Patricia Highsmith Long-hidden diaries reveal the dark obsessions and deep hatreds she drew from to write The Talented Mr. Ripley and other noir masterpieces

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