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“It Was Like a Weird Dream”: Elisabeth Moss On Working With Wes Anderson

This has been a good year for Elisabeth Moss. Not only is Moss receiving accolades for “Her Smell,” a film about a self-destructive musician, she also starred in the third season of “The Handmaid’s Tale” and is set to revamp the Universal Monsters pantheon with her horror director Leigh Whannell. Oh, and she also starred […]

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Stephen King’s ‘The Dark Half’ Adaptation Coming From ‘Her Smell’ Director Alex Ross Perry

Stephen King‘s The Dark Half is getting a second chance on the big screen thanks to Alex Ross Perry. Perry will write and direct a new adaptation of King’s horror novel, which was previously filmed by George A. Romero. The story concerns a writer whose pseudonym comes to life and starts murdering people. The inspiration […]

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‘Her Smell’ Exclusive: Download & Read The Screenplay For Alex Ross Perry’s Grrrl Rock Drama Starring Elisabeth Moss

Filmmaker Alex Ross Perry‘s “Her Smell” is one of the most ambitious and uncompromising films of 2019. Starring Elisabeth Moss in an unremitting, tour-de-force performances as self-destructive punk rocker in the vein of Courtney Love, or ’90s riot grrrl rockers Kathleen Hanna from Bikini Kill/Le Tigre, or bands like L7 or Babes In Toyland, “Her […]

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How Max Minghella’s Love Of Robyn Sparked His Directorial Debut ‘Teen Spirit’ [Interview]

The trend of the past year hasn’t been horror movies, R-rated comedies or period romances. No, there has been a unique fascination with the rise and fall of the female pop star and, in some cases, having well-known actresses demonstrate their singing skills. Bradley Cooper’s “A Star is Born” with Lady Gaga, Brady Corbet’s “Vox […]

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Jordan Peele’s ‘Us’: Star Elisabeth Moss Promises Secretive Film Will Be Another ‘Thought-Provoking Popcorn Movie’

Oscar winner Jordan Peele has been hammering away on the new projects after making his feature debut with last year’s critical and commercial hit “Get Out,” but few are as anticipated as his second film “Us,” a new “social-horror thriller” that has been kept under wraps since it was announced last May.Even the film’s IMDb […]

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