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Saoirse Ronan: the Irish star still has a decent chance of an Oscar nomination, but her chances of a win now seem slight. Photograph: Jon Kopaloff/Getty

The nominations for the Screen Actors Guild Awards have been announced in Los Angeles. The Irish actor Andrew Scott receives a nod for best actor in a(...)

Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon, stars of Apple’s  The Morning Show. Photograph:  Ian West/PA

“What a wonderful sweater!” gasps Reese Witherspoon, pointing at my old green jumper. “Wait, I’m sorry, look at those cool shoes,” adds Jennifer Anis(...)

Fight Club: Brad Pitt and Edward Norton in David Fincher’s 1999 film

When Fight Club was released, 20 years ago, it was a crystal ball that was mistaken for a cultural crisis, much like Do the Right Thing had been a dec(...)

Ad Astra marks director James Gray’s second collaboration with Brad Pitt

The film industry is seldom a cake-walk, but even by the various standards of the “biz”, James Gray’s career has been a fraught one. His second film, (...)

The Dublin team celebrates with the Sam Maguire cup. Photograph:  ©INPHO/James Crombie

Fintan O’Toole/For the first time since 1171, Ireland is more powerful than Britain: It is foolish to read too much into body language, but what we sa(...)

Elizabeth McGovern: ‘I did feel like a fish out of water for a long time. I don’t anymore.’ Photograph: Aaron Richter/New York Times

The British period drama Downton Abbey launched in a nice teatime telly slot on ITV in 2010, looking decidedly out of place on a medium then defined b(...)

Brad Pitt: ‘I grew up with that be-capable, be-strong, don’t-show-weakness thing.’ Photograph: Micaiah Carter/NYT

“Faster alone, further together,” Brad Pitt murmurs. Over his left shoulder hangs Mars, reddish-brown and heartbreakingly small, while to his right th(...)

Polish film director Pawel Pawlikowski described Sarajevo as ‘hard to sleep in’, not just because of the parties but because it’s a mindf*ck of history’. Photograph: Fehim Demir/EPA

“Michael, Michael” they shouted, gesticulating wildly with three fingered salutes from the cheap seats at a red carpet event on Susan Sontag Square. (...)

Are the Manson killings a suitable context for this celebration of vintage cool?

Even those stubbornly opposed to Quentin Tarantino’s brand of bubblegum post-modernism might feel obliged to push some grudging gratitude his way this(...)

Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie at the premiere of ‘Once Upon a Time In Hollywood’, in Los Angeles, last month. File photograph: Mario Anzuoni/Reuters

Once upon a time... in America, it looked as if white men were at long last losing their tenacious grip on power. A black man had made it into the Whi(...)

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