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Screenwriter Gregory Allen Howard saw Harriet Tubman as an action hero. Hollywood didn’t see Harriet Tubman at all. Until now.
Sienna Miller plays brassy and rebellious, beaten and broken, and resilient and capable all in the little-seen indie feature “American Woman.”
Sterling K. Brown is in the eye of a productivity whirlwind what with ‘Waves’ and ‘Frozen 2' in theaters. He’s aware ‘it’s a fortunate place to be.’
Films such as “Us,” “Lighthouse” and “Joker” may not be strictly horror, but they are genre and their dark, disturbing natures could see awards love.
Showrunner Susannah Grant was determined to keep the rape scenes in ‘Unbelievable’ in sync with the victim’s perspective. No room for a ‘freaky art film.’
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The Envelope Showrunners Roundtable: How to choose a project and end a series On Now
Showrunners: How to choose a project and end a series
What scared Jodie Comer about her ‘Killing Eve’ role? On Now
Video: What scared Jodie Comer about her ‘Killing Eve’ role?
Patricia Clarkson approaches her ‘Sharp Objects’ character with ‘no judgment’ On Now
Video: Patricia Clarkson approaches her ‘Sharp Objects’ character with ‘no judgment’
The Envelope Comedy Roundtable: TV is in a funny place, and it’s worth the risks On Now
Comedy: TV is in a funny place, and it’s worth the risks
The Envelope Drama Roundtable: Leaving your comfort zone for weirder places On Now
Drama: Leaving your comfort zone for weirder places
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