Film Interviews

Film Interviews

‘1917’ star George MacKay: “War is one of the few things we all understand”

From lost boy to Ned Kelly – how George MacKay became Hollywood's most talked about talent

Soundtrack Of My Life: Edith Bowman

Broadcaster, presenter, and lover of great music

Steve Coogan: “We need fewer opinions and more information”

The man behind Alan Partridge on the state of British media

‘The Witch’ star Anya Taylor-Joy: “People always want to put you in a box”

Hollywood's newest obsession talks latest film 'Emma', working with Edgar Wright and feeling like she's on top of the world

Nicolas Cage: “I’m not nostalgic about my early work”

After a decade of straight-to-video irrelevance, the 'Color Out Of Space' star has carved himself a new niche in art-house horror

Daniel Kaluuya: “My life’s mad, I can’t even process it”

The 'Queen & Slim' star on coping with fame, his love of So Solid Crew and forcing Hollywood to check its privilege

Jack Quaid: “Seeing Car Seat Headrest with Daniel Craig was one of the best nights of my life”

The son of Dennis Quaid and Meg Ryan on his mega-famous pals, 'The Boys' season two and finally stepping out on his own

Terry Gilliam: “We’re doomed – what is going on with the world?”

The brain behind some of cinema's craziest epics talks climate change, Adolf Hitler, Brexit Britain – and getting his big break with Terry Jones
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