Lady Chatterley’s Lover Star Emma Corrin & Director Alejandro G. Iñárritu Cover Issue 10 of ‘Queue’


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With film festival season winding down, it’s time for a new issue of Queue! It’s not just any issue; it’s our tenth print edition since we started in 2019. We’ve had the likes of Eddie Murphy, Robert De Niro, Olivia Colman, Zendaya, and the cast of Squid Game grace Queue’s cover over the years, and we’re celebrating Issue 10 with not one but two cover stars.

In the mountains of Colorado at the Telluride Film Festival, Camila Falquez photographed Lady Chatterley’s Lover star Emma Corrin and BARDO, False Chronicle of a Handful of Truths director Alejandro G. Iñárritu for Queue. The premiere of BARDO at the festival saw Moonlight director Barry Jenkins in conversation with Iñárritu, which features as the first of our two cover interviews. For Corrin, British writer Rosalind Jana penned a poignant piece about the adaptation of D.H. Lawrence’s novel and Corrin’s role in the new film.

The issue also features some of the other performers receiving rave reviews for their roles this year. Eddie Redmayne and Jessica Chastain discuss their true-crime thriller The Good Nurse; we showcase some of the beautiful behind-the-scenes images of Ana de Armas in her transformation to become Marilyn Monroe for Blonde; and we celebrate our breakthrough actress of the fall, BARDO and Who Killed Sara?’s Ximena Lamadrid.

The excitement is palpable for the films coming to Netflix through the end of the year. Director and writer Rian Johnson talks all things Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery with Krista Smith (a conversation that continues beyond the magazine’s pages on the Queue podcast Skip Intro). We examine the world-building done by the extraordinary team of craftspeople who came together for Noah Baumbach’s adaptation of Don DeLillo’s White Noise, which transports us back to the '80s in superb fashion. And we step back even further in time to 1917 with Edward Berger’s All Quiet on the Western Front, which marks the first time the book has been adapted for the screen by a German in the language in which the book was written.

Queue dives deep into the documentary world in a special section dedicated to the form. Margaret Brown speaks about her feature Descendant, which considers the legacy of the last documented slave ship, Clotilda, and the community of Africatown. Also featured in the section is “Sr.”, a celebration of the legendary Robert Downey Sr., produced by his son Robert Downey Jr.

The new season of The Crown brings the royal family into the '90s, and Queue examines the detailed work of the crafts team who recreated the Britain of the decade. A series we are still discussing months after its release is Heartstopper, and culture critic Owen Myers writes about the impact the series has had in the LGBTQIA+ community and beyond.

As we’ve done in every issue across the ten we’ve published, we wrap up with another dreamed “Dinner Party,” this time hosted by Tyler Perry, writer-director of A Jazzman’s Blues. There are more than a few famous faces at his ideal table!

Head to the Netflix shop to order the latest issue and feast on these delectable stories and more.

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November 7, 2022 9:00am ET by Pressparty  


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