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‘She-Hulk’ Actor Rhys Coiro Prepared by Learning Practical Magic — and Watching Every MCU Film in Order

[This story contains spoilers from She-Hulk: Attorney at Law episode four.] One of Rhys Coiro’s earliest memories is standing at a Brooklyn newsstand in the late ’80s, picking out a Marvel comic. “I remember the smell of the newsprint,” the She-Hulk: Attorney at Law actor tells The Hollywood Reporter. “That Marvel time period of the […]

How ‘She-Hulk’ Is Embracing On-Screen Sustainability

She-Hulk: Attorney at Law is going green in more ways than one. Along with its titular superheroes, the Disney+ show is also embracing sustainability thanks to executive producer Kat Coiro, who directed six of the series’ nine episodes. Coiro teamed with environmental nonprofit Habits of Waste to take pointers from their “Lights, Camera, Plastic” campaign, […]

Why Owen Wilson Carries His Lunch in a Steel Container in ‘Marry Me’

Marry Me is setting the example for sustainability on the big screen. The film, starring Jennifer Lopez and Owen Wilson, avoids the use of single-use plastics onscreen. From water bottles to lunch boxes, the onscreen characters rely on reusable and eco-friendly items, thanks to director Kat Coiro and environmental nonprofit Habits of Waste. Last year, […]

Jennifer Lopez and Owen Wilson in ‘Marry Me’: Film Review

A pop singer impulsively marries a stranger after discovering that her fiancé has been cheating on her in this romantic comedy directed by Kat Coiro.

Well Go Acquires All North American Rights to ‘And While We Were Here’

The film marks writer-director Kat Coiro’s second collaboration with actress Kate Bosworth, following the 2012 comedy "L!fe Happens."

While We Were Here: Tribeca Review

The Kat Coiro-directed movie stars Kate Bosworth as a married woman who enters into an affair with a younger man while writing a project on the island of Ischia.

Life Happens: Film Review

Director Kat Coiro and co-writer/star Krysten Ritter are definitely onto something special about relationships between women of a certain pre-middle age in this indie comedy