The veteran actress opens up about her award-worthy turn in new film ’45 Years,’ and how she’s managed to capture audience’s imaginations all these years.
Teo Bugbee is an entertainment correspondent for The Daily Beast. Half Puerto Rican, half faux-Irish, Teo is currently a student at Wesleyan University, and only a minor Marxist. She considers herself a romcom apologist, a Jane Campion apostle, and a proud actress advocate.
Russell Brand’s new documentary The Emperor’s New Clothes aims to expose the injustices of corruption and inequality, with mixed results.
The 23-year-old London native was plucked from obscurity to star in the biggest franchise in the world. It’s a tough task, but Daisy Ridley seems up to the challenge.
Forget the misinformed pundits on TV. In a new documentary, Muslim women explain their faith and why they wear the hijab.
The angel-voiced Irish singer and activist has been the subject of media speculation over troubling Facebook posts. But O’Connor is more than meets the eye.
In Marvel’s best TV series to date, our superheroine suffers from PTSD and superpowers are the key to dissecting unprocessed trauma.
Directed by auteur Todd Haynes and featuring riveting turns from Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara, the 1950s love story is the best movie of the year (so far).
Whenever the media covers a film centering on a lesbian romance, they revert to giggling, nudging children—as we’ve seen with this week’s brilliant release, Carol.
Hollywood’s been mired in a deep romantic slump, but a series of new films—Brooklyn, 45 Years, and Carol, as well as Netflix’s ‘Master of None’—have reversed the tide.
The drama-filled making of the iconic screen badass’s 1971 film Le Mans is chronicled in the new documentary Steve McQueen: The Man & Le Mans, in theaters Friday.