“Don’t Look Up,” Adam McKay’s latest feature film, uses humor and the metaphor of an impending, Earth-obliterating comet to satirize the ideological denial of climate change.
The Oscar nominations came out Tuesday and Hugo was a big winner, with 11 nominations. But across the board, movies set years ago did well this year.
Anchor Marco Werman speaks to The World's correspondent Mary Kay Magistad about a delegation of prominent figures in American culture visiting China this week for a forum on arts and culture.
Wes Anderson's first animated film, 'Fantastic Mr. Fox,' was released nationwide yesterday. He chats with us about the auditioning puppets for the film, directing Meryl Streep, and adapting one of Roald Dahl's most beloved stories to screen.
In the film Julie & Julia, Meryl Streep brings Julia Child back to life. Joining The Takeaway is someone who can give us a first hand comparison between the real Julia Child and Meryl Streep's version, Russell Morash, the producer of ?The French Chef.'