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James Norton: ‘My greatest fear? Rats. We had one swim up our loo recently. It was horrific’

The actor on the hell of his teenage years, having a nose like a dodo and being terrified of these questionsBorn in London, James Norton, 37, studied theology at Cambridge University. In 2015, he was Bafta-nominated for his performance in Happy Valley, the BBC drama that is returning for a third series. His other television […]

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From ‘Don’t Worry Darling’ to ‘Dune: Part Two,’ Here’s Where to See Florence Pugh Next

It’s only been eight years since Florence Pugh made her big-screen breakout in 2016’s searing “Lady Macbeth,” but the “Midsommar” icon has taken over Hollywood.The Oscar nominee made waves with “Little Women” and MCU installments “Black Widow” and “Hawkeye,” but Pugh is just getting started (especially when it comes to literary adaptations). The actress is […]

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‘Dune: Part 2’ Casts Florence Pugh as Princess Irulan

Florence Pugh may soon be touching down in Arrakis.The Oscar-nominated star of “Little Women” and “Black Widow” is in negotiations to join the cast of “Dune: Part 2,” Legendary Entertainment and Warner Bros.’ follow-up to the critically acclaimed, commercially successful (for a pandemic) “Dune.” If the deal closes, Pugh will play Princess Irulan Corrino, a […]

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Kate McKinnon Joins Greta Gerwig’s ‘Barbie’

Kate McKinnon is set to join the cast of Greta Gerwig’s “Barbie,” individuals with knowledge of the casting confirmed to TheWrap.McKinnon’s role and the film’s plot are being kept secret, though Gerwig is expected to put a new spin on the classic Mattel toy character given her previous work on “Lady Bird” and “Little Women.” […]

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The Outrun: Saoirse Ronan To Lead Memoir Adaptation From The Unforgivable Director

Despite establishing herself multiple times over as one of the most talented young actors around, one glance at Saoirse Ronan’s filmography suggests she has carefully gone out of her way to pick and choose her projects in recent years with an eye on only the most interesting and promising roles. After the one-two-three punch of […]

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Maya Hawke: ‘My parents didn’t want to have me do bit-parts in their movies’

The Stranger Things star on viral fame, the challenges of dyslexia, and convincing her actor parents she wanted to follow in their footstepsNew York-born Maya Hawke, 23, began her career in modelling before making her screen debut as Jo March in the BBC’s 2017 adaptation of Little Women. She was Linda “Flowerchild” Kasabian in Quentin […]

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Mia Hansen-Løve Says ‘Bergman Island’ Was Shot In Two Parts Over Two Years After Greta Gerwig Left To Direct ‘Little Women’

Back in 2017, it was reported that Greta Gerwig had signed on to star in Mia Hansen-Løve’s new drama, “Bergman Island.” The film quickly gained buzz and was one of our most anticipated features when it was expected to debut in 2019. However, as Hansen-Løve recently explained, a sudden change in casting led to an […]

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‘Nomadland’ and ‘Queen’s Gambit’ Win USC Libraries Scripter Awards

Traditionally mounted by the USC Libraries as an elegant black-tie, sit-down dinner at the historic Edward L. Doheny Jr. Memorial Library at the University of Southern California, this year the Scripter Awards went global. On Saturday, March 13, the USC Libraries opened up their exclusive awards show to honor the year’s best film and television […]

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Noah Baumbach Signs Multi-Year Exclusive Film Deal With Netflix

Following the success of “Marriage Story,” acclaimed filmmaker Noah Baumbach has singed a multi-year deal to write and direct films for Netflix.Baumbach, an indie stalwart who broke out with the 2005 drama “The Squid and the Whale,” will exclusively work with the streaming giant in the feature space for the duration of the deal.His next […]

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