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Friday
Jul 05 2019

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/FilmWhy Lulu Wang turned down a huge streaming offer forThe Farewellto go theatrical with A24
Vultureranking the Spider-Man villains --Into the Spider-Versevillains ought to be flipped andFar From Home's big bad is a spot or too low but otherwise a very correct list!
The Atlanticgood piece on the possibly self-parodic elements ofSpider-Man Far From Home
The Guardianan interesting but depressing report on directors getting away with making LGBTQ films in homophobic countries

After the jumpThe Little Mermaid,The Lost Boys,Toy Story 4,andBe More Chill...

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Tuesday
Nov 28 2017

Interview: Claes Bang on 'The Square,' the Monarchy and Being Starstruck at the Governors Awards

ByJose Solís.

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Like Christian,his character inThe Square,Claes Bang speaks with impressive assertiveness.Even when he's poking fun at himself,he sounds like a man who's never had any doubts or gotten himself into something he couldn't get out of.Perhaps it's this quality that makes his performance in Ruben Östlund's award winning film so magnetic,and has also raised comparisons to Jon Hamm and James Bond.At age 50,the Danish actor who has mostly worked on stage and television,finds himself in the unlikely position of movie star.Position which he's filled extraordinarily,having become the sensation of the Cannes Film Festival,as well as a dark horse for the European Film Awards where he's competing against Colin Farrell and Jean-Louis Trintignant for Best Actor.

Watching Bang (even his name's cool!) inThe Squareone gets the sense of both knowing Christian,but also feeling like he could deceive you at any moment.He's the kind of man who seems so secure of his position in the world,that he could drag you with him without you realizing it.WhenI spoke to director Östlundhe explained that he saw Christian as a man who,despite appearances,isn't as free as we'd think.Earlier this fall,Bang took a break from his publicity tour to do a play in Denmark,and he also makes New Wave-like electronica - think darker Depeche Mode - under the moniker This Is Not America,making him the ultimate renaissance man.If awards season wasn't so partial to English speaking roles,Bang would be a serious contender for Best Actor,since he delivers the kind of performance that combines unique thespian talents,with pure star power.I spoke to him about taking on a character as complex as Christian,his thoughts on the monarchy,and his favorite part of awards season so far.Read the interview after the jump...

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