Ortega is back in the press for HBO Max’s acclaimed indie drama, The Fallout, which had its premiere at South by Southwest in 2021.
A culinary twist came to Goya Studios in Hollywood, California on Monday night as its outdoor carpet was transformed into a bustling, full-service working restaurant. The theme of cuisine was tied to the evening’s main event, the premiere of FX’s new drama series, The Bear.
Jen Tullock, who stars in Apple TV+’s stirring sci-fi series Severance, is having a landmark year in her career.
"Sometimes you have to know when the scene that you wrote is enough, but I'm always ready to play. I'm the one guy you have to tell to shut up,” shares Chris Redd. Like many of his Saturday Night Live&... Read More...
HBO Max's new series Julia, inspired by Julia Child's extraordinary life and career, was a perfect opportunity for creator Daniel Goldfarb to re-team with his friend and former collaborator Chris Keyser.
Oscar nominee Maggie Gyllenhaal’s directorial debut with The Lost Daughter, which she adapted from Elena Ferrante’s novel, is an assured and poetic reflection on secrets spoken out loud.
Editor Peter Sciberras, whose previous work includes David Michôd's The Rover and War Machine, is already receiving considerable attention for his tension-filled editing on Jane Campion's Netflix Western The Power of the Dog.
make when he met with global superstar Billie Eilish and her family at their home in Highland Park, California. He wanted to direct a documentary on Billie's rise to stardom and adulthood in the style of vérité, a candid realism technique used in his award-winning docu-series American High.
Writer and Director Michael Showalter, best known for the satirical comedy Wet Hot American Summer, continues his renaissance of dramatic retellings of stories based on real people with Apple TV+'s The Shrink Next Door.
2022 Oscar Nominee Diane Warren, William Shatner, and John Ottman on their Spoken-Word Collaboration
Diane Warren, William Shatner, and John Ottman discuss their spoken-word collaboration, "Somehow You Do," from the film FOUR GOOD DAYS.