Watch Women’S Tales: The Snowman

Some Of Your Biggest Girl Crushes Are Gracing The Silver Screen This Month, In Three Wildly Different Roles


Your Favourite Cool-Girl Makes Her Return To Horror This Month, In New Film The Snowman – Based On The Bestselling Book Of The Same Name By The Norwegian Master Of Creepy Thrillers, Jo Nesbo. With Martin Scorsese As One Of Its Executive Producers, The Film Is A Rollcall Of Hollywood Heavyweights -Think Michael Fassbender, Val Kilmer And Charlotte Gainsbourg, With Fassbender Playing One Of The Detectives Tasked With Investigating A Serial Killer Dubbed “The Snowman”.

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Sevigny’s Resume Of Late Has Been As Varied As Ever (We Can’t Think Of Many Others Who Could Go From Arthouse Darling To Big Love Sister Wife With Such Aplomb). She’ll Star In The Offbroadway Play Downtown Race Riot This Month, And Has Recently Tried Her Hand At Directing, Firstly The Fanciful Short Film Kitty, In Which A Young Girl Morphs Into A Cat, And Next, A Short Comedy/ Drama Titled Carmen. Then There’s The Psychological Thriller Lizzie, Which She’ll Star In Alongside Kristen Stewart, And Lean On Pete, With Steve Buscemi And Travis Fimmel. So If You’ve Been Missing Her Presence In Your Life (And Your Netflix Binges) Since Bloodline Wrapped, This Is The Time To Get Your Fix.

The Snowman Is Out Now

Making A Name For Herself Via Two Distinctly Different Hit Shows (Each With A Cult Following In Their Own Right), Mad Men And Community, Has Given Brie A Universal Appeal Most It-Girls Would Give Their Front-Row Seat At Miu Miu For. Also Winning Hearts In Rom-Coms Sleeping With Other People And How To Be Single, Alongside Your Other Girl Crush Dakota Johnson, She’s Since Added A Layer Of Girl-Power Grit With Wrestling Tv Series Glow.

This Month, She’ll Star In The James Franco-Directed The Disaster Artist, A Very Meta Account Of The Making Of 2003 Movie The Room – No, Not The One Where Brie Larson And Her Son Plot Their Escape From A Psychopath, This Film Was Notoriously Regarded As One Of The Worst Movies Ever Made. Ironically For Being Such A Bomb, The Room (Which Was Written, Directed, Produced And Acted In By Tommy Wiseau) Became A Massive Phenomenon, With Fans Campaigning For Its Return To Cinemas, Resulting In Midnight Screenings Throughout The Us. Thankfully, The Disaster Artist Has Much More Promise, With A Far-From-Disastrous Cast That Includes James And Dave Franco, Seth Rogen, Kate Upton, Kristen Bell And Zac Efron.

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