Rebecca Hall

Rebecca Hall on playing a 'comprehensible' antihero in Christine

In the new biographical drama Christine, Rebecca Hall plays the tragic role of Christine Chubbuck, the Florida news anchor who shot and killed herself on a live broadcast in 1974.

It’s an undeniably disturbing story, but as Hall told EW in a recent video interview, Christine is all the more powerful because it illuminates Chubbuck’s humanity and relatability.

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Rebecca Hall, Tracy Letts spar over sexism and juicy news in Christine clip — exclusive

Christine is one of the most chilling films to hit the 2016 festival circuit, and EW has an exclusive first look at a tense scene from the upcoming drama.

Based on true events, Antonio Campos’ haunting biopic follows the life of on-air reporter Christine Chubbuck who, at the age of 29, died by suicide during a live news broadcast in 1974 Florida. Chubbuck introduced the fateful act by telling viewers, “In keeping with Channel 40’s policy of bringing you the latest in blood and guts — and in living color — you’re going to see another first: attempted suicide.”

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Wonder Woman creator biopic casts Luke Evans, Rebecca Hall, Bella Heathcote

Wonder Woman’s standalone movie is hitting screens next summer with Gal Gadot as the titular heroine, and now the iconic character’s origin story is getting a movie of its own.  

Luke Evans, Rebecca Hall, and Bella Heathcote are set to star in the upcoming indie feature film Professor Marston & The Wonder Women, which tells the story of the man behind Wonder Woman’s creation and the women who inspired him, it was announced Friday.

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Rebecca Hall confirms her Iron Man 3 role was reduced

Back in May, Iron Man 3 director Shane Black revealed that an earlier draft of the Marvel movie featured a female villain, but that the character’s gender had to be changed because of concerns over toy sales.

Black added other female characters — like Brandt (Stephanie Szostak) and Maya Hansen (Rebecca Hall) — had larger roles in earlier drafts, and Hall is now echoing the filmmaker’s statements about her part in the film being reduced.

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Rebecca Hall feels she's part of 'real Hollywood' after working with Steven Spielberg

They say life imitates art; for The BFG star Rebecca Hall, it also imitates comedy.

In a recent interview with EW at the Cannes Film Festival, the British actress spoke about working with Steven Spielberg for the first time, realizing a dream collaboration that once seemed so improbable served as a wisecrack.

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Jason Sudeikis and Joe Manganiello mark their territory in exclusive Tumbledown clip

When Jason Sudeikis and Rebecca Hall first meet in Tumbledown, their characters have only one thing in common: Hannah’s dead husband. Hunter Miles was an acclaimed folk singer who died too young, leaving a grieving widow (Hall) behind to wallow in the remnants of their relationship in rural Maine. Andrew is a pop-culture academic from the city who wants to write the biography that will make Hunter immortal. Their motivations couldn’t be more at odds — at least at first. 

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Jason Sudeikis and Rebecca Hall feel each other out in first Tumbledown trailer

The big-city type isn’t usually cut out for rural life. But Andrew will endure it in Tumbledown in order to secure permission from Hannah to write about her late husband, a folk singer. 

That’s the task the lies ahead for Jason Sudeikis and Rebecca Hall in the indie’s first trailer. Hannah isn’t thrilled with Andrew’s arrival, dismissing him as a “star-humper.” Things go smoother once he moves to town to help her write a biography about the life and tragic death of artist Hunter Miles.

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Jason Bateman calls the cops in exclusive extended scene from Joel Edgerton's thriller The Gift

For this writer’s money, Joel Edgerton’s directorial debut The Gift is easily one of the best films of 2015. And this writer is not alone in thinking highly of it: EW’s Kevin P. Sullivan praised the Australian actor-turned-filmmaker’s “masterful understanding of cinematic suspense” in his “A-” review when the thriller, which Edgerton also wrote, was released last August.

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Jason Bateman is suspicious of Joel Edgerton in exclusive clip of The Gift

Things take a turn for the weird in this exclusive clip from The Gift.

The psychological thriller (out Aug. 7) from Blumhouse Productions and STX Entertainment tells the story of married couple, Simon (Jason Bateman) and Robyn (Rebecca Hall), whose lives are turned upside down following a chance encounter with one of Simon’s old high-school classmates, Gordo (Joel Edgerton), who soon brings a number of gifts around—and a secret from their shared past.

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