"If this really does last for two months, I have absolutely no idea what I'm going to do."
VICE talked to Alex Owens-Sarno, who played Cora, to find out what filming the 1997 blockbuster was really like, and how she's doing now.
Hollywood has spent decades resisting a change to the speed at which movies are released to home viewers. It took a major pandemic to finally force adaptation.
Twenty-five years after it came out, the movie about a deadly, highly contagious virus is—weirdly enough—kind of relaxing.
He's reportedly obsessed with watching 'The Wolf of Wall Street' and 'Melancholia' on his iPad.
Director Rian Johnson claims Apple doesn't let fictional bad guys use its products. But the rule doesn't apply to real ones.
Sure, it's not perfect—but critics say it's leagues better than the train wreck that was 'Suicide Squad.'
Mexican billionaires, abductions, covert U.S. intelligence operations, familial dysfunction: 'The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent' has it all.
"I think that we send a very clear message to people of color that you’re not welcome here."
The most stressful part of the buzzy Sundance film isn't its mind-blowing, Twitter-thread plot—it's Keough's 'nightmare' of a character.
Critics are calling it "'The Room' of horror anthologies."
He said if he wasn't nominated for 'Uncut Gems,' he'd make a movie "so bad on purpose" as an act of revenge. We have some ideas.