All posts tagged "Nicole Kidman"
Rundown: Brendan Fraser as a 600lb Recluse; Deadpool Joins MCU; Nicole Kidman as Lucille BallJanuary 12, 2021
In today’s Movie News Rundown: Brendan Fraser and Nicole Kidman have very intriguing roles coming up;...
How Bombshell Writer Charles Randolph Cracked Roger Ailes’ Secret SocietyDecember 12, 2019
Charles Randolph, writer of the new Fox News sexual-harassment drama Bombshell, had a special insight into...
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Inside the Creative Process: Karyn Kusama Walks Through Five Phases of Production, From Screenwriting to DistributionJanuary 10, 2019
Guest Moviemaker Karyn Kusama has been through a lot in her career. Kusama broke out in...
The Business of Order: A Veteran Editor Breaks Down How To Shape, Switch, and Structure Your Film’s ChronologyNovember 2, 2018
Structure is the first thing to look at and approach as an editor. Cutting a film...
Scene Stealer: Barry Keoghan on Learning from Yorgos Lanthimos in The Killing of a Sacred DeerOctober 25, 2017
A quaint demeanor conceals his raging and unwavering yearning for retribution. His twisted take on the...
Eye Piece: DP Philippe Le Sourd Shoots the Human Textures in Sofia Coppola’s The BeguiledJune 21, 2017
With The Beguiled—set at a girls’ boarding school in the South during the Civil War, and...
Keep ’Em on the Edge of Their Seats: For Lion Screenwriter Luke Davies, Movies Must be Visceral and EmotionalFebruary 8, 2017
Luke Davies is a critically acclaimed poet, novelist, screenwriter and essayist born and raised in Sydney,...
What Biden Means for Movies; Sam Pollard on MLK/FBI; Oldest Marathoner Gets a Movie
How We Accidentally Made a Covid Christmas Classic
Ammonite Writer-Director Francis Lee Requires Every Object to Have a Rich History and Defined Purpose
- To Cast Balram in The White Tiger, Ramin Bahrani Made the Most of an Exploratory Trip to India and Went Off-Script During Casting January 21, 2021
- What Biden Means for Movies; Sam Pollard on MLK/FBI; Oldest Marathoner Gets a Movie January 21, 2021
- No Man’s Land Director Conor Allyn on Using a Classic Genre to Explore the Border January 20, 2021