Our cover star is Cillian Murphy, an actor at what may be the absolute peak of his powers. I first came across Cillian’s commanding screen presence during his collaborative years with director Danny Boyle – seeing him stagger around an apocalyptically abandoned South Bank in 28 Days Later was a regular treat in my former student house – and it has been thrilling to watch him grow from strength to strength, leading him towards what many (depending, again, on which side of the 2023 culture war you took up arms) would argue to be the movie of the year.
Alicia Agneson, leads the charge. She’s injecting our pages and our lives with some much-needed glamour, paired with insights into a remarkable burgeoning career as actress…
Nothing wakes you up like chatting to Omid Djalili on a Monday morning. Instantly recognisable and immediately comforting, sitting down with Omid feels like catching up with an old friend within seconds of the interview commencing.
Hugh Laurie is a veritable national treasure, and here we talk about the freedom that acting, music and motorbiking affords him. We also sit down with former rugby player James Gwinnett and his colleagues at start-up 87% to discuss his experiences with mental health, as well as the stigma that frustratingly still surrounds the subject.
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This issue, we sit down with Tilda Swinton to discuss her now-delayed next picture, The French Dispatch.