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 Review :: Loving

Review :: Loving

By Louise Adams | Feb 21
Anti-miscegenation meets its legal match in writer/director Jeff Nichols' powerful, quiet adaption of the real-life Supreme Court case.

 Review :: Arrival

Review :: Arrival

By Louise Adams | Feb 21
French Canadian director Denis Villenueve turns Eric Heisserer's screenplay of Ted Chiang's cyclical sci-fi "Story of Your Life" into a deep mediation on communication and choices.

Natalie Zea Ferociously Embraces Her Comic Side on "The Detour"

Natalie Zea Ferociously Embraces Her Comic Side on "The Detour"

By Robert Nesti | Feb 21
Natalie Zea is best-known for her work in such TV dramas as "Justified" and "The Following," so who knew she could be the hilarious suburban-mom-with-a-past that she is on TBS's hit "The Detour." EDGE spoke to Zea recently about the new season.

Handicapping the Oscars - Best Director

Handicapping the Oscars - Best Director

Feb 21
Over the next few days, EDGE's Oscar pundits Robert Nesti and Jason St. Amand will handicap the six leading categories, starting with Best Director.

Raunchy & Bold, 'The Detour' Keeps the Laughs Coming in Season 2

Raunchy & Bold, 'The Detour' Keeps the Laughs Coming in Season 2

By Jason St. Amand | Feb 21
No family is normal and some are definitely weirder than others. But on TBS' "The Detour," which begins its second season Feb. 21, the Parker family challenges what it means to be an unconventional family.