• Washington Post reviews a new book on Elizabeth Taylor & Montgomery Clift’s friendship
• TFE <--- in case you missed it we discussed every one of Clift's films for his centennial this past fall
• Vulture To say we’re thrilled to hear that Todd Haynes will be reuniting with Julianne Moore for his next film, is an understatement. It’s a psychodrama called May December in which Natalie Portman will play an actress who is playing Moore’s character in a movie based on her scandalous love affair.
• IndieWire Why Brooke Smith is running an Emmy campaign on her own without the studio’s blessing (I mean she has a point about paying your dues. But we know from years of experience and category fraud that Hollywood cares very little about non-leads.
Queer horror, Jane Campion’s latest, Harrison Ford, fav musicals, Sex and the City, and more after the jump…
• Filmotomy looks back at River Phoenix in Running on Empty (such a great performance)
• The Ringer on the history of Harrison Ford
• Vanity Fair can Sex and the City still matter? Some thoughts on the impending revival
• Daily Beast There are so many Ted Bundy movies that now there’s a feud between two directors over it
• What to Watch the history of the horror genre is gay
• Guardian the staff shares their favourite musicals
• Variety Jane Campion’s The Power of the Dog to premiere at Venice this year. Kiki Dunst stars!
• Film School Rejects 24 thing we learned from Director Jan de Bont’s commentary on Speed (1994)
• New Yorker The charms of Omar Sy (Lupin)
• The Wrap John Gabriel (Ryan’s Hope) has died at age 90
• The Guardian Loki is back and death is never final in superhero films
• THR Scott Rudin’s Broadway shows are returning without him after his cancellation. (Must be a good and lucrative time for entertainment lawyers having to rework all these contracts for everything to exclude people who were originally crucial: see also The Connors and more)
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