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Gael García Bernal doesn’t take on projects for the money

After the fiery events from Mozart In The Jungle’s third season finale, we’ve been hotly anticipating its return, and early reviews indicate our wait has been well worth it. In the video above, we chat with star Gael García Bernal about taking on projects he loves, like Mozart In The Jungle and his upcoming film Museo…

The Death Of Stalin cast shares some advice to help us get through the current political hellscape

Armando Iannucci’s new film, The Death Of Stalin, is a satirical look at the Soviet dictator’s last days and the chaos of the regime after his death. Iannucci, who created political comedies The Thick Of It and Veep, is no stranger to political commentary. At the Sundance premiere for the film, Iannucci, as well as…

Chris Elliott and family tell us what it’s like to make a movie together

The Elliott family—that’s Chris Elliott, Paula Niedert, and their two daughters, Abby and Bridey Elliott—is collaborating on a film for the first time. Directed by Bridey, Clara’s Ghost follows a self-absorbed showbiz family over the course of a single evening as they deal with personal demons—and some potentially…

Armando Iannucci on how to make smart comedy in today’s political climate

Nowadays, there’s an abundance of comedy addressing politics, with basically every late-night show—or even the Will & Grace revival—taking shots at the president with varying degrees of success. Armando Iannucci, who created political comedies The Thick Of It and Veep, knows how to do it smartly. At the premiere of…

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Nick Offerman has learned a lot during the first year of Trump’s presidency

The first year of Donald Trump’s presidency has been marred by tawdry Twitter scandals, repeated assaults on human rights, concerns about the president’s ability to govern, and general feelings of despair. After Trump delivered his first State Of The Union address, we can’t help but reflect on the past year of…

Jason Mantzoukas isn’t sure why he’s always cast as a loose cannon

The list of degenerates Jason Mantzoukas has played is long—The League’s Rafi, Parks And Recreation’s Dennis Feinstein, Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s Adrian Pimento, The Good Place’s (admittedly lovable) Derek—but in reality, he’s a joy to be around. So, why is he always cast as a scuzzbag? At Sundance, we sat down with…