Director Rupert Goold and James Franco talk “True Story” at the Variety Studio at Sundance.
In the early 1970s, ‘Crip Camp’ director Jim LeBrecht was just a camper at Camp Jened, a summer camp for disabled teens in the Catskills. For LeBrecht and the other kids, the experience was more about experiencing the kind of independence that wasn’t easily accessible as they navigated life as young disabled people. Back then, [...]
The classic and beloved art of telling a scary story is put to the test in Shudder’s new horror movie “Scare Me.” The premise is small: two humans holed up in a cabin attempt to terrify the other by swapping scary stories. The only tools they have are their words and the odd sound effect [...]
Nine years after winning the US directing award for best drama at the Sundance Film Festival for “Martha Marcy May Marlene,” writer-director Sean Durkin returned to his old stomping ground to debut his sophomore effort. “The Nest” follows the economic and interpersonal fallout after Rory, an overzealous patriarch (Jude Law), uproots his American family to [...]
Following the Season 3 Episode 3 premiere of “Westworld,” Evan Rachel Wood (who plays Dolores Abernathy on the HBO series) spoke with Variety’s Adam B. Vary via Instagram Live where she discussed her work relationship with co-stars Tessa Thompson and Aaron Paul, and her own theories on the season. She also gave some hints as […]
After 16 seasons as the faces of “Project Runway,” Tim Gunn and Heidi Klum are ready for a change. The pair have jumped to Amazon for “Making the Cut,” a new competitive reality series. “One of the reasons Heidi and I wanted to fly and saw the opportunity of Amazon as a brand new threshold […]
Variety’s Angelique Jackson sat down with “This is Us'” star Sterling K. Brown for the season finale to discuss everything from the importance of mental health and how it’s projected on television, how many times his kids have seen “Frozen 2” and even took a break to sing a little “Shallow” from “A Star is […]