Under wraps: the Time’s Up organizers have not said what they’re planning for the Oscar ceremony.
Debra Granik narrates a sequence from her film featuring Thomasin Harcourt McKenzie and Ben Foster.
Kiri Hart, head of the Lucasfilm story group. “As a writer I was very hungry to create female characters who felt real,” she said.
If it's a choice between breaking a stereotype or taking a good part, he'll take the part, adding, “I have my own life — I can make sure to break the stereotype there.”
Paul Rudd as Ant-Man in “Ant-Man and the Wasp.”
Christina Hodson, right, came up with the idea for a tool to help screenwriters analyze gender equity — or inequity — in their work. John August incorporated the tool in his Highland 2 script software.
The director Ron Howard says he was interested in exploring the reckless, headstrong Han Solo’s origins because “I don’t naturally relate to that.”
Aristides de Sousa in “Araby.”
Joel McHale with a felt antagonist in “The Happytime Murders.”
Ryan Reynolds said the anxiety will go away when the curtain opens: “I turn on this knucklehead, and he kind of takes over and goes away again once I walk off set.”
Joey King in "Slender Man."
When it comes to choosing roles, "I love making sense of a hot mess," Allison Janney said.
In “Bohemian Rhapsody,” Rami Malek (with Gwilym Lee, left, and Joe Mazzello) misses Freddie Mercury’s eternal self-delight.
A Magno screening room in between showings earlier this week. It’s closing because of rising rent.
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