All posts tagged "Pablo Larraín"
One Moment From Princess Diana’s Funeral Sparked Curiosity in Spencer Writer Steven KnightDecember 15, 2021
Spencer screenwriter Steven Knight was always curious about Princess Diana. But his curiosity was heightened on...
Spencer Is a Motherhood Metaphor; Wicked Casting; Pity the Poor Agents; Addams Family RevisitedNovember 5, 2021
Spencer is actually about motherhood; the sad lives of struggling Hollywood agents; casting the long-awaited Wicked;...
Spencer Director Pablo Larraín Says His Princess Diana Story Is Really ‘a Movie About Motherhood’November 4, 2021
When Pablo Larraín saw Princess Diana on TV as a child, he saw her in large...
Princess Diana ‘Would Be Horrified’ at Recent Portrayals, Says Journalist Who Interviewed HerOctober 25, 2021
A journalist who interviewed Princess Diana — and says she knew her personally — has objections...
Spencer Trailer: Kristen Stewart as Princess Diana Promises We Don’t Know EverythingAugust 26, 2021
Kristen Stewart looks strikingly like Princess Diana in the new trailer for the Pablo Larrain film...
Foreign Contenders: A Veteran Actor and a Newcomer are Partners in Crime in Venezuela’s Riveting From AfarDecember 7, 2016
MovieMaker‘s weekly series “Foreign Contenders” will feature interviews with the heavyweight helmers behind their respective countries’ entries for...
“I Discovered One of the Most Interesting Women Ever:” An Interview with Jackie Director Pablo LarraínDecember 5, 2016
Previously known for his 2012 film No and 2015 film The Club, Pablo Larraín has sprung into...
The 54th New York Film Festival: Global Auteurs Talk Craft and Criterion Goes DigitalOctober 25, 2016
A parade of festival stunners make the New York Film Festival an elegant affair, one that...
Delving into Trauma: Natalie Portman Navigates Imitation and Real-Life Horror in JackieOctober 19, 2016
Natalie Portman, who in real life neither looks nor sounds at all like Jacqueline Kennedy, completely...
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- A Detective Story: To Understand Matt Reeves and The Batman, Look to the 1970s January 19, 2022
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