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Julianne Nicholson: ‘Blonde has been revered and brutalised and I get both sides’

The ‘Mare of Easttown’ Emmy-winner is fierce and terrifying as Marilyn Monroe’s mother in the incendiary Netflix film ‘Blonde’. She talks to Adam White about sex on film, feeling protective over Marilyn, and what it’s like being perpetually underrated

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Hacks on screen: An exalted calling or hard-drinking sleazeballs?

As Carey Mulligan and Zoe Kazan star as the ‘New York Times’ journalists who brought down Harvey Weinstein in ‘She Said’, which receives its UK premiere at the London Film Festival next month, Geoffrey Macnab looks at the extreme ambivalence Hollywood feels when it comes to depicting hacks in films

Why the feuds on Don’t Worry Darling are the norm

As the media frenzy surrounding Olivia Wilde’s film, which premiered at the Venice Film Festival this week, intensified with the film’s star Florence Pugh’s no-show at the press conference, Geoffrey Macnab looks back at other films where production troubles became the story

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