Jo and I had talked for quite a bit before, because I was a producer on the project, as well. So, her and I talked a lot more about producer stuff. We talked about other casting, locations, and all that kind of stuff, and didn’t really talk about the character as much. And then, you also had four really different actors, who had completely different processes. I would say that Odessa [Young] and I are pretty similar in our processes, but Michael and I are really different, and it was great because I got to learn so much from him, and watch him. I consider him one of the greatest actors alive, and I got to see what makes him become that great, and learn from that. But it really was a pretty crazy [experience]. … [Read more...] about Elisabeth Moss Finds “Super Rare” Female Antihero In ‘Shirley’ & “Incredible” First Go-Round Directing ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’
Wells was on probation, with strict orders to stay away from alcohol, when he was arrested in his home town of Beaumont in 1971. He’d been at a bar, there was an incident, and the probation violation found him briefly in jail. That’s when a Texas judge, widely described as vindictive and unforgiving, ordered Wells to attend Synanon, an organization that announced itself as a haven for drug-and-alcohol recovery but was in fact a radical cult, built around violence, brainwashing and vicious attacks on its members’ psychological state. … [Read more...] about Whatever happened to Raiders great Warren Wells? A documentary tells the tale
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Not too far from where the landslide buried Son’s wife, Ho Van Kim, another villager, knew something was wrong when he heard the repeated booming sounds. As he walked towards where it was coming from, he also heard screams. He immediately told his wife and children to leave their house and find some shelter. … [Read more...] about Unbearable grief grips landslide survivors in central Vietnam