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Peter Greenaway Reflects on Career While Finishing First Film Since 2015

Right off the bat, Peter Greenaway wants to make clear that he’s never really taken himself seriously as a filmmaker — although like so many of the paradoxes…

‘Top Gun: Maverick’ Star Jennifer Connelly on Love Scenes With Tom Cruise and Learning to Tend Bar

Despite the optics of shirtless volleyball games and locker room sparring, you can’t make a “Top Gun” movie without a strong and emotionally centered woman. For “Top Gun:…

‘The Last Victim’ Review: A Languid Neo-Noir Partly Redeemed by Ali Larter’s Strong Performance

While staring glassy-eyed at interminably long stretches of “The Last Victim,” I was reminded of a ‘60s variety show sketch I viewed during my adolescence. The premise of…

‘The Staircase’ Stars Colin Firth and Toni Collette on Rimming and That Grisly Murder Scene

SPOILER ALERT: This interview contains spoilers through Episode 4 of “The Staircase,” which hit HBO Max on May 12. Despite her death being the catalyst for a highly…

Filmmaker Eckhart Schmidt Details His Love for Sicily

Producer and filmmaker Eckhart Schmidt has shot documentaries and five feature films in Sicily. Through his docs, he discovered that Bagheria-born Giuseppe Tornatore was highly influenced by the…

James Cromwell Super-Glued Himself to Starbucks Counter in Protest of Vegan Milk Prices

James Cromwell super-glued himself to the counter of a Starbucks in New York City to protest the coffee company’s increased pricing on vegan milk, CBS News reports. The…

Judy Henske, Influential ‘60s Folk Singer-Songwriter, Dies at 85

Judy Henske, a fixture of the ‘60s folk-revival scene, died on April 27 in hospice care in Los Angeles after a long illness, according to her husband, Craig…

Paul McCartney returns to stage for John Lennon ‘duet’ after 2-year hiatus

Paul McCartney returned to the stage for the first time in two years in Spokane, Washington for the first stop on his “Get Back” tour.

Blood in the Water in First-Ever Faroese Series ‘Trom’

High in the north Atlantic, nestled between Iceland and Norway, lie the moss-covered basalt cliffs of the Faroe Islands: a Danish fishing archipelago and the perfect setting for…

Weirdest celebrity relationship quirks: bonds over blood & flying rodents

From drinking each other’s blood to an affinity of flying squirrels, The Post looks at Hollywood’s freakiest courtships. 

Inside the Australian house where Johnny Depp’s finger was severed

The infamous house where Depp and Heard’s two Yorkshire terriers, Pistol and Boo, were held hostage after they were illegally smuggled into the country is now making news for other reasons.