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Adam Rathe is DuJour‘s Features Director. You can find him on Twitter at @adam_rathe and on Instagram at @adamrathe.

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    • The Magic of Sophie Okonedo

      The Magic of Sophie Okonedo

      An enchanting conversation with the star of Broadway’s The Crucible

      The British actress Sophie Okonedo—you know her from her Oscar-nominated role in Hotel Rwanda—made her first turn on Broadway two years ago in a revival of A Raisin in the Sun, cluing American audiences into something only U.K. theatergoers had previously known: she’s an absolute force of nature on stage. Now, Okonedo ... More

    • Q&A: Elizabeth Debicki

      Q&A: Elizabeth Debicki

      The star of The Night Manager on the glamour of international intrigue

      Jed Marshall is a complicated woman. When we first meet her, in the pilot episode of The Night Manager, premiering this week on AMC, she’s the cool blonde companion of Hugh Laurie’s Richard Roper, a jet-setting and law-breaking mogul, who’s arrived in Switzerland to make some very dastardly deals. But ... More

    • On Location with Éric Bruneau

      On Location with Éric Bruneau

      Inside the gorgeous set of An Eye for Beauty

      The action in An Eye for Beauty, the stunning new film from director Denys Arcand, takes place all around the world, from Paris to Toronto to a small town two hours north of Quebec City. But for Éric Bruneau, who stars as an architect having an illicit affair, it ... More

    • Q&A: Lucy Boynton

      Q&A: Lucy Boynton

      The Sing Street star on ’80s fashion and the artist who could win her heart

      In 1985 in Dublin, things are grim. Ireland is in political and economic turmoil, and for Conor Lalor—the main character in the delightful and charming new film Sing Street—things at home aren’t much better. After being pulled from private school and enrolled in a rough-and-tumble public institution, the only ... More

    • Q&A: Laura Benanti

      Q&A: Laura Benanti

      The Broadway star on her latest role, in She Loves Me

      If the plot of She Loves Me, the recently revived Broadway musical, feels familiar, that’s probably because it is. The story of two rival shop clerks who are, unbeknownst to them, also the starry-eyed pen pals exchanging love notes through a lonely-hearts club, has been the basis of a ... More

    • 10 Movies to See at the Tribeca Film Festival

      10 Movies to See at the Tribeca Film Festival

      Check out DuJour’s picks


    • Q&A: Colman Domingo

      Q&A: Colman Domingo

      The multitalented performer on playwriting, The Birth of a Nation and the new season of Fear The Walking Dead

      In his role on AMC’s Fear The Walking Dead, Colman Domingo plays a man who’s living at the beginning of the apocalypse. Considering the long, varied career that Domingo—an actor for stage and screen, a playwright and a director, among other things—has had, however, there’s very little doubt that he ... More

    • Hitting the High Notes

      Hitting the High Notes

      Ethan Hawke on his decades-long journey toward playing Chet Baker in this month's Born to Be Blue

      “Nobody thinks I’m funny,” Ethan Hawke laments, sitting inside on a rainy Brooklyn afternoon. With more than three decades of moviemaking behind him, Hawke’s been called plenty of things—after all, he’s been in the public eye for more than 30 years—but he’s right that funny isn’t often one of them. ... More

    • Inside Uruguay’s $100 Million Wine Empire

      Inside Uruguay’s $100 Million Wine Empire

      An eye-opening trip to the lavish Bodega Garzón vineyard

      Time in Jose Ignacio seems elastic. In the sleepy beach town, nestled along the Atlantic coast in Uruguay’s Maldonado region, things happen never as they’re planned and only if and when they’re meant to. If you agree to meet your friends for dinner at 8, everyone might finally pad down ... More

    • Q&A: Emayatzy Corinealdi

      Q&A: Emayatzy Corinealdi

      Getting to know the star of Miles Ahead

      In the new film Miles Ahead, Don Cheadle—who writes, directs and stars—shows moviegoers a fascinating side to jazz legend Miles Davis they might have never before seen. But just as vivid as his portrayal of Davis is leading lady Emayatzy Corinealdi’s turn as Frances Davis, Miles’ long-suffering muse and wife. Here, Corinealdi—a ... More