Nicole Kidman and Amy Adams

Nicole Kidman, Amy Adams and more

In this episode, Nicole Kidman (A Boy Erased/Destroyer) discusses her struggle with shyness and her pledge to work with female directors every 18 months, while Amy Adams (Vice) talks about her competition with co-star Christian Bale, who plays Vice President Dick Cheney, to memorize Shakespeare. Mahershala Ali (Green Book) discusses his unusual role as a talented man making difficult choices opposite Viggo Mortenson, and John David Washington (BlacKkKlansman) opens up about working with legendary director Spike Lee, and how his parents, Denzel and Pauletta Washington, have influenced his craft. Finally, Felicity Jones (On the Basis of Sex) and Constance Wu (Crazy Rich Asians) talk about working in a time of the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements, how the patriarchy is pushing back and what equality feels like.

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