Laura Chinn And Nico Parker Open Up About Their Childhood Struggles With Curly Hair While Filming "Suncoast"
"I hope that people who have dealt with that can feel seen in the struggle."
"We've spoken a lot about growth and the intentions of that growth but now we can actually see it. I think that's what makes me the happiest."
"How To Have Sex" Is A Film We All Needed As Young Teens And We Sat Down With BAFTA Nominated Mia McKenna-Bruce To Find Out Why
"Surround yourself with good people, it makes everything feel so much better."
"Beyoncé told Blue to get on the stage and take it all in “cuz this the last Grammys we coming to. We got Grammys at home.”"
"People who run in this weather think they’re in a movie. Bffr."
"I can't carry my burdens and the characters', that's too much and something has got to give."
"I Felt Very Depleted After Doing This." – Fantasia Barrino And Danielle Brooks Share How Emotionally Taxing It Was To Film The Color Purple
"We have to go through a test for a testimony."
We Sat Down With Da'Vine Joy Randolph To Discuss Awards, Black Creatives And The Importance Of Manifesting
"I want a career, I want to create a legacy. I want to be booked for five years in advance with strong pieces, not fighting for scraps. So that to me is beyond an award."
George Clooney And Callum Turner Discuss Darts, British Weather And The Importance Of Sport As They Sit Down To Discuss Their New Film "The Boys In The Boat"
"It's about community and you learn about responsibility, you learn about being part of a team. I think it's the most wonderful thing in the world."
"I always hope when I’m making a movie that it sparks conversation and there’s a conversation that’s to be had."
JLS walked so One Direction could run
"A white man called me beautiful tonight I had to check my hair"
"I could eat an entire sleeve of jaffa cakes"
"Seasoning bacon?? You gone wake up dead."
We Spoke To The Creators And A Competitor Of "Squid Game: The Challenge" To Find Out What It Was Really Like
"I even thought about peeing on the dalgona biscuit."
Why Saltburn Creator Emerald Fennell Embraced The Uncomfortable In The Film, And It's Worth Discussing
"Wherever you are in time, 15 years ago looks so bleak."
"I try to live my life for myself, my community, and my family and that's who I think about making movies for"
We teach women to shrink themselves. we say to women, "you can eat oysters, but not up to 48"
Don't wait for happiness, make it happen.
Just skiing isn't enough.