The Breaking Bad star is getting political, playing a communist screenwriter in Trumbo, and Lyndon B Johnson in an upcoming HBO film. What does he think the McCarthy era can tell us about the rise of Trump and Cruz?
Archive for February, 2016
The Oscar-nominated Juno star talks about child stardom, her Vice TV show and why she had to stop living a lie
Mexican film-maker, whose production for the Oscars favourite has been called a ‘living hell’, insists opting to shoot in remote, freezing Canada was entirely justified by film’s acclaim
Luca Guadagnino’s latest film sees the writer-director reunited with Tilda Swinton, this time playing a recuperating rocker. And while he has fond words for the Rolling Stones, who supply some of the tunes, he’s less forgiving about actors, scriptwriters and the Italian film industry
Just 23% of respondents backed call to ‘tune out’ of world’s most famous film ceremony, but 44% agree that ‘Hollywood has a problem with minorities’
The director filmed his cannibal horror The Green Inferno in the depths of the Amazonian rainforest. But is he exploiting the tribe who star in it?