Melanie Lynskey spoke with Solzy at the Movies about the new Hulu limited series, Candy, and staying grounded during awards season. Alongside the actress, Candy stars Jessica Biel, Timothy Simons, Pablo Schreiber, and Raúl Esparza. Hulu will launch the limited series on May 9 with new episodes releasing every day through May 13. Melanie, it’s so good to see you again. Melanie Lynskey: Good to see you, too. How are you? Not too bad. Melanie…"Melanie Lynskey talks Candy, Awards Season"
Oscar-winning filmmaker Adam McKay spoke with Solzy at the Movies about Don’t Look Up, Vice, improv, and more on Thursday afternoon. Don’t Look Up is currently available to watch on Netflix. It’s so nice to talk with you again outside of the press conference and all that fun. Adam McKay: How are you? I’m doing well. On that Tuesday after getting back from New York, I got sick as a dog. Adam McKay: Oh, no.…"Adam McKay on Don’t Look Up, Vice, Improv & More"
Writer-director Adam McKay and the cast of Don’t Look Up discussed working with Jennifer Lawrence while the actress spoke about McKay. Of all the Netflix press conferences that I’ve had the pleasure to attend, the Don’t Look Up presser was the funniest and most nerve-wrecking of them all. When you’re in the same room as McKay, Meryl Streep, Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence, and Jonah Hill, there’s bound to be some nerves. I mean, you already…"Don’t Look Up Cast, Crew on Jennifer Lawrence"
Two-time Academy Award-nominated film editor Hank Corwin spoke with Solzy at the Movies about working on Don’t Look Up. The film marks the third collaboration between Corwin and Oscar-winning filmmaker Adam McKay. Corwin previously edited The Big Short and Vice, winning the BAFTA for the latter. This third collaboration is quite the departure from their last two films. In fact, Corwin told me earlier this month that he’s worried people will dismiss the film because…"Hank Corwin talks Don’t Look Up"
Adam McKay is a genius behind the camera as Don’t Look Up takes the satire to the next level with one of the best ensemble casts ever. Please stay until the end of the credits. There is a mid-credit and post-credit scene. This film has talent on the same level as It’s A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World while reaching satire at the levels of both Dr. Strangelove and Network. Like those films, Don’t Look…"Don’t Look Up: The Best Picture of 2021"