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Writer/director Jonah Hill on set with actor Sunny Suljic on the set of 'Mid-90s'. Tobin Yelland/Courtesy A24 hide caption

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Director Jonah Hill (right) speaks with actors Lucas Hedges and Sunny Suljic on the set of Mid90s. Hill says the film was inspired in part by his own experiences as a teenage skateboarder. Tobin Yelland/A2 hide caption

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Jonah Hill: Acting Was An 'Amazing Derailment' On The Path To Directing

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Two of the most talented actors around — Timothée Chalemet and Steve Carell — lend Beautiful Boy its emotional backbone. Francois Duhamel/Amazon Studios hide caption

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Carell And Chalamet Shine In 'Beautiful Boy'

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New, Magnificently Obsessive 'Suspiria' Is More Rebirth Than Remake

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Paul Dano On 'Wildlife,' And The Different Anxieties Of Acting And Directing

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Nick Castle returns to play the role of Michael Myers in the latest Halloween reboot. Ryan Green/Universal Pictures hide caption

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Actor and musician Riz Ahmed spoke with host Audie Cornish in front of a live audience at Murmrr in Brooklyn, N.Y. Mohamed Sadek for NPR hide caption

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Riz Ahmed On Rapping, Acting And Being His (Sometimes Shirtless) 'Most Complex Self'

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