In this series, Team FC scours the best of the internet every week to bring you a list of great reads, watches and more, from the world of film and entertainment.
The last fourteen months, despite being medically and socially devastating, have proved to be a fillip for young content creators on Instagram, with their audiences and viewership increasing exponentially. ZoomTV interviews four of them: Agasthya Shah, Tarini Shah, Taneesha Mirwani and Dev Raiyani.
In this Vanity Fair interview, Kathryn Hahn discusses WandaVision as well as her career of over two decades. As the interviewer Amy Wallace says, 'Either you started loving her when you saw her light up WandaVision, or you've loved her forever.' Read the interview here.
In this essay, New Yorker critic Anthony Lane uses two recent films (Cruella and the Finnish biopic of the creator of the Moomintroll books, Tove) to examine adaptations of children's books. You can read the essay here.
In this profile, Winslet discusses her acclaimed work in Mare of Easttown – particularly nailing a very specific Philadelphia accent – as well as what the show meant to her and the "unbelievable" and "heartbreaking" final reveal. She also confirms that she is as potty-mouthed as Mare. You can read it here.
Paul McCartney takes one of those well-known Wired Autocomplete Interviews, where he answers the most-Googled questions about himself, in the process revealing how 'Let it Be' came to him in a dream involving his dead mother and 'Yesterday' was a tune that randomly popped into his head.