After her initial reticence about the “intrusiveness” of biopics, the British actor delves into Seventies London as the love interest of Rami Malek’s Freddie Mercury to reveal another side of the legendary Queen frontman.
After a striking turn in Yorgos Lanthimos’s psychological thriller The Killing of a Sacred Deer, the teenage skateboarder navigates young adulthood in an era before his own time in Jonah Hill’s directorial début Mid90s.
As the young son of a fracturing couple played by Carey Mulligan and Jake Gyllenhaal, the seventeen-year-old Australian explores domestic tension as an unobserved observer in his breakout role.
Even as he has made his name in unconventional films and starring as a teenager on the autism spectrum in Atypical, the Canadian actor recognizes the “desperation” of his profession and seeks to stretch himself in all directions.
Picked from hundreds of other high school students in an open casting call, the Baltimore native holds his own opposite Matthew McConaughey as the eponymous teenage drug kingpin of Yann Demange’s new film White Boy Rick.
After kicking off the year with three powerful films at Sundance—including this month’s Monsters and Men and Assassination Nation—the young actor continues to use his craft as an opportunity to explore societal inequities and discover his own selfhood.
After a memorable turn as an android in Alex Garland’s Ex Machina, the former ballerina pushes for Asian representation as a scientist in Cary Fukunaga’s new Netflix series Maniac and this summer’s Crazy Rich Asians.
The young star of thrilling Sundance hit Assassination Nation is unafraid of taking risks and asking difficult questions in a film that forces viewers to confront their darkest fears, anxieties, and angers in the age of social media.
After ten years of only models on our covers, our new issue has four covers featuring actors Olivia Cooke and Ashton Sanders and musician Billie Eilish alongside model Adut Akech.
In her three-part virtual reality experience Spheres, the young director pushes the boundaries of technology and plants her powerful female narrators—Jessica Chastain, Patti Smith, and Millie Bobby Brown—at the center of the universe.