Filmmaker Rose Glass and star Morfydd Clark open up to Melissa Leon about their film centered on a woman consumed by religious fanaticism. (Warning: Spoilers)
Melissa Leon is an entertainment editor at The Daily Beast and a three-time National Arts & Entertainment Journalism Award winner. She covers film, TV, comics, and more. If the apocalypse comes, beep her.
The son of the legendary Hayao Miyazaki talks to Melissa Leon about his new HBO Max film “Earwig and the Witch,” Studio Ghibli’s introduction to the world of CG.
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The celebrated novelist opens up to Melissa Leon about the new season of Starz’s “American Gods,” the departure of Orlando Jones, and how social media is ruining us all.
The DC Comics sequel sinks under the weight of its own garbled ambitions. But its charismatic cast sure does its best to save it with romance and fun amid the clutter.
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The new doc “9to5: The Story of a Movement” examines the real-life 9to5 movement of women office workers that inspired the iconic Jane Fonda, Dolly Parton, and Lily Tomlin film.
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