Two teen girls forge a dark friendship in the tense, blackly comic Thoroughbreds

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Given that it begins, essentially, with two teenage girls studying vocabulary in preparation for the SATs, maybe it’s not such an unfair nitpick to complain that Thoroughbreds should have stuck with its original title. When the film premiered at Sundance some 14 months ago, it went by just Thoroughbred, singular—an…

Anya Taylor-Joy reunites with The Witch director for a new take on Nosferatu

The Witch launched the careers of both its director Robert Eggers and its star Anya Taylor-Joy, and now the two are re-teaming for Eggers’ next project, another remake of F.W. Murnau’s genre-defining 1922 horror classic Nosferatu. Few details about the remake have been released—including what role Tayler-Joy will play…

Spider-Man joins the stars of Loving and The Witch as BAFTA Rising Star nominees

The young man now wearing Spider-Man’s tights and the star of The Witch are among the five up-and-comers who have been nominated for the BAFTA EE Rising Star Award. The contenders for the prize were announced this morning, and include the aforementioned Tom Holland and Anya Taylor-Joy as well as Manchester By The Sea…

James McAvoy has multiple personalities in the trailer for M. Night Shyamalan’s Split

James McAvoy gets his United States Of Tara moment and it goes seriously wrong in the trailer for Split, M. Night Shyamalan’s latest. The movie stars McAvoy as Kevin, a dude with multiple personality disorder who kidnaps a trio of pretty teens. One of the young women is played by The Witch’s Anya Taylor-Joy, clearly…