As part of her cover shoot for Variety‘s Power of Women New York issue, Emily Blunt answered 10 of our most burning questions, including who has the best pizza in New York City and what the “A Quiet Place’s” star’s favorite horror film is.
According to Blunt, the best pizza she’s ever had in New York City can be found in Brooklyn, at Table 87. She said she prefers NYC to Los Angeles, and that she shared her first New York apartment with then-boyfriend John Krasinski.
The “Mary Poppins” actress, who said she doesn’t even like scary movies — “Ironic, considering I’m about to be in one” — selected the Steven Spielberg classic “Jaws” as her fave.
At 97 years old, legendary producer Norman Lear is still enjoying more career milestones. The producer behind TV classics such as “All in the Family” and “The Jeffersons” is officially the oldest Emmy winner ever. His latest wins came last weekend for his work on ABC’s “Live in Front of a Studio Audience.” On top [...]
Robert Pattinson knows he has a lot to live up to as he prepares to step into his highly anticipated role as Batman in Matt Reeves’ forthcoming Warner Bros. movie. “It’s crazy shoes to fill,” the 33 year-old actor said. “Batman was really the only superhero I had a connection with when I was growing [...]
What’s Jennifer Lopez’s secret to success? Hard work. Sharing the journey of “Jenny from the block” in Variety’s cover story. Lopez details how she became one of the biggest movie stars of today, and the first Latina actress to earn more than $1 million for a movie. “My business philosophy is that you have to work harder [...]
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Cult movie legend and horror staple, John Carpenter reflects on his legacy.
Constance Wu from “Hustlers” breaks down the feminism of the film. Read our full interview from Variety’s Toronto Film Festival Studio. Popular on Variety