The British actor continues his introduction to America in Kenneth Branagh’s lavish, star-studded new adaptation of Murder on the Orient Express, bringing a fresh interpretation to a classic character in a timeless tale of good and evil.
After quitting the film industry to work as a massage therapist, the French actor makes a triumphant return in the powerful new AIDS activism movie BPM (Beats Per Minute), which brought viewers to tears at Cannes and looks on its way to an Oscar nomination.
The Irish actor’s breakout year continues after a role in Christopher Nolan’s World War II blockbuster Dunkirk with a terrifying turn as a vengeful teenager in Yorgos Lanthimos’s unnerving new film The Killing of a Sacred Deer.
After a Tony-nominated run as King George III in the cultural phenomenon Hamilton, the actor takes the lead as an FBI agent revolutionizing the hunt for serial killers in David Fincher’s hit new Netflix series Mindhunter.
After years as David Cronenberg’s muse of sorts and supporting turns in Indignation and 11.22.63, the Canadian actress takes the lead as a servant accused of murdering her employers in Sarah Polley’s Netflix adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s Alias Grace.
From making his stage début to starring in the world’s first fully painted film to playing the Romantic poet Percy Shelley onscreen, the young British actor works to expand his range with every project he pursues.
After repeated turns as the Uptight Blonde in everything from True Blood to Pitch Perfect, the actress embarks on a new chapter in her career and returns to the New York stage in a female-led ensemble piece that showcases her range as a golden girl-turned-abused wife.
As the CW’s cult hit Riverdale returns for its second season, the show’s Archie muses on American high schools, that infamous love triangle, and his character’s darker new path.
Playing opposite Judi Dench in Victoria & Abdul, the first Bollywood star to headline a Western film proves both a harbinger and a beneficiary of an increasingly globalized entertainment industry.
After losing out on a major television role thanks to visa issues, the soft-spoken Australian actress offers a transformative performance as the brash up-and-coming rapper Patti Cake$, which made her a breakout star at Sundance this year.