Andrew Scott talks about creating a sensation as the Hot Priest on “Fleabag,” sexuality and religion, and who he’d cast to play himself.
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She talks about her unlikely abilities in “Fast Color” and her coming projects, including Apple’s “The Morning Show” and Netflix’s “Dark Crystal” prequel.
He talks about taking the lead — this spring, in a documentary and “The Twilight Zone” — and whether “Harold & Kumar” has smoked its last joint.
She talks about playing the poet Emily Dickinson as an unlikely L.G.B.T.Q. hero and the sexist opposition that tried to silence her.
She talks about “Little,” her new film with Regina Hall and Marsai Martin; the future of “Insecure” — including a drinks- and pool-fueled discussion of its end — and a golden moment for black women.
He talks about living a nightmare in “Hotel Mumbai,” his new movie about a 2008 terrorist attack, and the career moves that make him sweat.
She talks about “The Good Fight,” her new baby, the craziness of art replicating life (and vice versa) — and why she still has hope.
He talks about his new inmate-meets-wild horse drama, “The Mustang,” and why he wants to kick people in the heart.
The 76-year-old actor talks about the return of “American Gods,” the “Hellboy” reboot, “John Wick: Chapter 3” and, at long last, “Deadwood.”