1. Kiefer Sutherland on Facing His Mistakes and Forging a New Path

    In a candid interview, the Emmy winner reflects on his prolific, at times difficult life onscreen, and how it may have led to some of the richest, most complex work of his career in The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial. By David Canfield Lately, Kiefer Sutherland has been thinking a lot
  2. After the Oscars, a Looser, Livelier Writers Guild Awards Emerge

    With repeat wins for American Fiction, The Bear, Beef, and Succession, honorees and presenters marked the long-overdue end of awards season with flair. By Savannah Walsh “Uh, the Succession table?” series creator Jesse Armstrong replied when asked to provide his seating number at S
  3. Always Great: Years After Her Brilliant Turn on The Wire, Sonja Sohn Has Fallen Back in Love With Acting

    The slam poet turned scene-stealer has been working at a steady clip for the last 15 years. With Will Trent, she’s finally getting another role worthy of her gifts. By David Canfield In Always Great , Awards Insider speaks with Hollywood’s greatest undersung actors in career-spannin
  4. Anna Sawai’s Empowering, Enthralling Journey Through Shōgun

    As Sawai’s Mariko reaches a major turning point, the breakout reflects on her own twisting path to stardom. By David Canfield This post contains spoilers about the eighth episode of Shōgun, “The Abyss of Life.” “I’m ready.” It’s about as straightforward as dialogue gets. Yet in the
  5. Andrea Riseborough Thinks Alice & Jack Shows What Love Really Looks Like

    Fresh off her stint on The Regime, the Oscar-nominated actor drops by Little Gold Men to discuss producing and starring in the Channel 4 series Alice & Jack, which finds her in a painful romance with her old friend Domhnall Gleeson. By Chris Murphy Andrea Riseborough has suffered a
  6. Cillian Murphy commends 'extraordinary' talent coming out of Ireland

    By Martha Brennan Cillian Murphy has commended the "phenomenal" talent coming out of Ireland and praised Irish people as "natural" storytellers. The Oppenheimer star made the comments in the midst of a stellar award season for Irish film, which will conclude with his own potential
  7. Oscar nomination predictions: Who's in for sure (what's up, RDJ!) and who may get snubbed

    It's time to separate contenders and pretenders with our fearless predictions for the 2024 Oscar nominations, which will be announced Jan. 23. By Brian Truitt, USA TODAY Can "Barbie" paint the Oscars pink, or will one of the heavier dramas stymie the candy-colored fun? The field for
  8. Celebrities who wowed on the Palm Springs Film Festival Awards red carpet

    By Divya Kishore Stars who graced the Palm Springs Film Festival Awards 2024’s award season began with the Palm Springs Film Festival Awards on Thursday, January 4. The event took place at the Palm Springs Convention Center and it was graced by several big stars like Leonardo DiCap
  9. MAVOY MUSIC TOP (watched this year, after Oscar season ended) FILMS OF 2022/3 #film #cinema 1. Killers Of The Flower Moon 2. Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse 3. 20 Days In Mariupol 4. Trenque Lauquen 5. Past Lives 6. Enys Men 7. Suzume 8. Oppenheimer 9. GOTG3 10. Aurora's Sunrise 11. God
  10. ‘Maestro’ review: Bradley Cooper falls just short of greatness once again

    Maestro , Bradley Cooper’s second outing behind the camera, is an enormous stylistic departure from his first, the 2018 remake of A Star is Born . However, what they have in common (apart from depicting the love lives of artists) is that they’re both good films that come ever so cl