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Claire Foy Previews Intense 'Girl in the Spider's Web' at CinemaCon

Claire Foy delivered plenty of intensity as Lisbeth Salander in footage unveiled Monday for Sony’s “The Girl in the Spider’s Web.”

The trailer showed an extremely pale Foy — best known for portraying Queen Elizabeth in Netflix’s “The Crown” — as she uses an intricate trap to capture a villainous husband, played by Claes Bang, and then coldly and flatly tells him that he will turn over his assets to his abused wife. 155 more words


Movie Review - Unsane

EXPECTATIONS: A lean, mean, 70’s style exploitation horror film with a fantastic performance from Claire Foy.

REVIEW: Steven Soderbergh is known to be one of the greatest filmmakers to come from independent cinema with films like Sex, Lies and Videotape and King of the Hill. 1,430 more words


The Crown's Matt Smith Responds to Claire Foy Pay Disparity: 'I Believe That We Should Be Paid Equally and Fairly'

The Crown‘s Matt Smith has nothing but respect for his queen.

After it was first revealed that Smith was paid more than the show’s star Claire Foy, the actor is now speaking out in support of his co-star’s right for pay parity, as well as 184 more words



THE BONE CURSE by Carrie Rubin is a medical thriller intermixed with the paranormal. The protagonist, Benjamin Oris, a third-year medical student in Philadelphia gets the opportunity to go t… 8 more words


Damien Chazelle Says His Next Film 'First Man' Isn't a Biopic

Damien Chazelle may be the hottest young director working today, and his most exciting project is on the horizon. With films like Whiplash and La La Land… 365 more words



Unsane, Steven Soderbergh’s latest experiment sees the director take another sharp turn, this time channeling the Final Girl horror trope ala Sidney Prescott in Scream and Laurie Strode in Halloween, but tailoring it to the current conversations in pop feminism i.e. 1,111 more words

Film Review: Unsane

Unsane depicts a week in the life of a young woman, brilliantly played by Claire Foy, who is involuntarily committed to an asylum. Shot entirely on an iPhone, close-up shots and warped perspectives within an isolated setting creates a growing sense of unease and intrigue, leaving the audience wondering where and with whom insanity lies. 238 more words