The star of Coming Home in the Dark on challenging material, the casting process, and shaping one of the year’s best performances.
The star of Mosquito State on his great discipline, the pervasive insecurity among actors, and finding freedom in his craft.
The prolific comic book artist-turned-visionary filmmaker on cryptids, originality, and limitations versus intentionality.
The screen legend on becoming a leading man (again), living a life of fortuitous moments, and the legacy he will leave behind.
The English actor on unlocking his on-screen personas, the vocal aesthetics of geographical landscapes, and the allure of adaptations.
The Forever Purge scene-stealer on his favorite neighborhood haunt, his best recent purchase, and his current Netflix obsession.
The actor on his first-ever movie memory, the handcuffing challenges of grassroots filmmaking, and “the big bad” of ecoterrorism.
The actress on the unsung hero of our lives, motherhood, and one of the most difficult experiences of her moviemaking career.
The actor on collapsing his creative endeavors into a cohesive whole, returning to cinemas, and his most personal project to date.
The actor on things better left on a screenplay’s margins, vampire lore, and his immersive experience playing a “flesh golem.”
The actor on Tetrising an all-star ensemble, the art of writing, and the genesis of his involvement on The Birthday Cake.
The actor on his initial reluctance, bold commitment, and final embrace of portraying one of America’s most notorious serial killers.
The non-binary actor on committing to the unknown, the next hill to climb in storytelling, and the thing they’re most afraid of.
The actor on immersive filmmaking, playing the goodies versus the baddies, and one of the year’s great performances.
The actor on assuming leadership roles on set, Star Trek, and charting a character that’s on the psychopath spectrum.
The actor on finding a clarity through fatherhood, his love of jjimjilbangs, and exploring the transcendental method on Debris.
The actor on his early beginnings, excavating South Africa’s complicated history, and his breakout role in Oliver Hermanus’ Moffie.
The Englishman on his recent spate of villainous roles, his enduring love of rom-coms, and the surprising reason he got into acting.
The Danish actor on alcohol, his self-professed stubbornness, and the makings of one of the best films of the year—Another Round.
The actress on beautiful screenplays, her Venice Film Festival experience during COVID-19, and being a “hoarder of my memories.”
The visionary on exploring the intersection between science and spirituality, building utopias, and the spectacle in his filmmaking.
The actor on modesty in life vs. modesty on film, the pandemic’s potential permanence, and the enduring qualities of being meta.
The actress on life’s greatest unsolved mysteries, surpassing gender parity in filmmaking, and setting her sights on a directorial future.
The Golden Globe winner on subverting gender norms, producing, and what it means to be “courageously female” at the helm.
The MCU mainstay on his father’s cloaked history, the on-going fight to live as we want, and what it means to “bleed” for the camera.
The cast and crew of Run on its self-awareness, fashioning a fake news world on film, and the life cycle of any given project.
The British-Malaysian actor on his immigrant experience, normalizing queerness in cinema, and the future of Crazy Rich Asians.
Germany’s national treasure on the craziness of actors, feeling alive on stage, and how the pandemic has shaped her feelings about art.
The Gangs of London star on no-holds-barred stunts, course correcting toxic masculinity, and the real horror in Netflix’s His House.
The newcomer on Rose Glass’ Saint Maud, New Zealand under lockdown, and gearing up for The Lord of the Rings prequel series.
The actor on coming full circle with Sally Hawkins, getting on Charlie Kaufman’s wavelength, and feeling detached from Avatar 3.
The salt-of-the-earth Aussie on living gratefully in the present, finding goodness in people, and harnessing nature’s inherent wisdom.
The actor on championing mindfulness, “disinfecting” hate with real talk, and our next steps for inclusivity in entertainment.
The wildly talented actress on returning to work amid COVID-19, saving the theatre, and her key advice to living authentically.
Dispatch from South Korea’s Seoul International Women’s Film Festival—a rare physical edition amidst the shapeshifting pandemic.
The Kenyan-British actor on finding his craft via video games, science versus faith, and taking the lead on a Ridley Scott TV series.
Scream’s legacy cast member on the franchise’s next chapter, choosing kindness, and the plot twists of his very own existence.
The Danish actor on the secrets that people harbor, the anatomy of a powerful film moment, and the future of Netflix’s Dracula.
The British actress on the potential bodily cost to acting, coming to terms with social media, and Marie Curie’s luminous legacy.
The Ukrainian actress on her early beginnings in French cinema, her anti-hoarding tendencies, and her upcoming Franco-Korean film.
Highlights from South Korea’s Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival—a rare physical edition amidst the on-going pandemic.
The Aussie actor on life after COVID-19, why he can’t watch horror movies, and the implications of looking forever young.
The Minnesota native on his lasting Hollywood friendships, discovering music via acting, and his next project with Lee Daniels.
The actress on the arrival of artificially intelligent actors, the unmatched thrill of first-time directors, and thriving on “productive fear.”
The actor on proclivities versus adaptation, the circus-like nature of filmmaking, and the pitfalls of judging the characters you portray.