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INTERVIEW: Why the Success of Nat Faxon, Jim Rash, and “The Way Way Back” is All Our Own

To delight in the success of others is a most gratifying feeling. Not only does it silence the exhausting assertion that all men are self-interested, but it celebrates the idea that success for the few is, in its harmonious echoes, success for all. Nat Faxon and Jim Rash, after winding through years of unsatisfying rambles, […]

INTERVIEW: Director Paul Feig on “The Heat” and the F-Word

In the midst of the media frenzy surrounding director Paul Feig’s latest film, The Heat, the f-word will feature prominently. No, not that f-word, despite the deliciously crude vernacular that flitters through Feig’s work, most recently in his mega-hit, Bridesmaids. No, most articles about Feig and The Heat will discuss feminism, another crude word often […]

INTERVIEW: “World War Z” Director Marc Forster

Paramount Pictures’ mega-budget action tentpole, World War Z, comes out today. Starring and produced by Brad Pitt, the film is based on the popular 2006 novel of the same name. In advance of the movie’s release, director Marc Forster spoke on the symbolism of zombies in today’s society, the film’s extensive reshoots, and more. Forster […]

REVIEW: Green Light for Gatsby

Baz Luhrmann’s new film adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s acclaimed classic, The Great Gatsby, is exactly what the title implies: great. Gatsby follows Nick Carraway (Toby Maguire) as he recounts the tale of his first summer on Long Island Sound. The mysterious millionaire Jay Gatsby lives next-door, and hosts lavish parties almost every night in […]

INTERVIEW: Lady Lamb the Beekeeper

After gaining renown for several years in the Boston and greater New England music scenes, local staple Aly Spaltro, who goes by the moniker Lady Lamb the Beekeeper, has finally released a debut LP and is now embarking upon her first big tour. MUSE staffer Sydney Moyer got the chance to catch up with her […]