In this series, every week Team FC scours the best of the internet to bring you a list of great reads, watches and more, from the world of film and entertainment.
Debra Winger, dismissed in her youth as having no class, a bad voice and a wrong walk by no less than George Cukor, has gone on to have a long and illustrious career in Hollywood, including roles in the acclaimed Terms of Endearment, An Officer and a Gentleman and, more recently, Rachel Getting Married. This essay studies her performances. You can read it here.
Five screenwriters, responsible for six of the most acclaimed films of 2020, gather for The Hollywood Reporter's Writers' Roundtable and discuss the writing process, making films, COVID and the political scenario.
Twelve critics and journalists at Vulture have collaborated on this mammoth list, which ranks the 101 all-time best movie endings (obviously, with a slight Hollywood bias). Two Indian films are on the list: Apur Sansar at 41 and Lagaan at 90. You can read it here.
Nicole Kidman talks to Jenelle Riley about her long, nearly forty-year career, from her beginnings in Australia to Hollywood stardom. She discusses her very popular HBO miniseries The Undoing as well as several older acclaimed films.
Vanity Fair interviews Zack Snyder, who divorced himself from Justice League, which he directed and whose theatrically released version he never personally saw or approved. This profile tells his story. You can read it here.