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‘Eileen’ Review: Anne Hathaway and Thomasin McKenzie Burn Up the Screen in Supremely Stylish Psychological Thriller

Director William Oldroyd follows ‘Lady Macbeth’ with another dizzying plunge into the complex female psyche, also featuring Shea Whigham and Marin Ireland.

Sundance: Anne Hathaway Recalls Being Asked as 16-Year-Old Actress if She Was “a Good Girl or Bad Girl?”

Standing on the big stage inside Park City’s Eccles Theatre on Saturday night, Anne Hathaway took the microphone during a brief Q&A session following the world premiere of her new film, Eileen. After saying how honored she is to be in the cast of William Oldroyd’s film alongside Thomasin McKenzie, Shea Whigham, Marin Ireland and […]

Shoots at 3 a.m., Drunken Merrymakers and Inspiration From Quentin Tarantino: How Edgar Wright Made ‘Last Night in Soho’ in London’s Busiest Neighborhood

It was Quentin Tarantino who — unintentionally and indirectly — gave Edgar Wright the necessary encouragement to film Last Night in Soho the way he wanted. While staying in Los Angeles in the summer of 2018 as he wrote a new draft of the Focus Features time-twisting psychological thriller (which lands in U.S. cinemas Oct. 29), […]

Edgar Wright Responds to Stephen King’s ‘Last Night in Soho’ Tweet: “I Am Truly Humbled”

Angelenos weathered a cold and blustery Monday as temperatures dipped into the 50s and rain fell across the southland, conditions that seemed rather fitting for a premiere of a film set in London. And it did not go unnoticed. Standing onstage inside the Academy Museum’s David Geffen Theater just before 8 p.m., Focus Features’ Peter […]

Jane Campion’s ‘The Power of the Dog’ Added to AFI Fest Lineup

AFI Fest has harnessed Jane Campion’s The Power of the Dog. The Netflix film will screen at Hollywood’s TCL Chinese Theatre on Nov. 11 as part of this year’s lineup. Written and directed by Campion, the film stars Benedict Cumberbatch, Kristen Dunst, Jesse Plemons, Kodi Smit-McPhee, Frances Conroy, Thomasin McKenzie, Geneviève Lemon and Keith Carradine. […]

Thomasin McKenzie and Anya Taylor-Joy in Edgar Wright’s ‘Last Night in Soho’: Film Review | Venice 2021

The co-stars play what could almost be polar-opposite versions of the same young woman across a six-decade divide in this dark psycho-thriller that shimmies between the glamour and the gutter.