Isaac spoke to us about bringing his talents to a film that’s both inspired by real events and distinctly Coen-esque.
As understated as his Nebraskacharacter, he spoke to us about the terrifying prospect of working on Alexander Payne’s latest.
Wright talks The World’s End and why it’s so endlessly frustrating to be defined by the films he references.
Wong explains to us how The Grandmaster engages with the kung-fu films of the past and present.
Buschel interestingly mirrors the monotony of his main character’s routine in his claustrophobic aesthetic.