From director Björn Runge and adapted by Jane Anderson from the Meg Wolitzer novel of the same name, The Wife follows Joan and Joe Castleman (Glenn Close, Jonathan Pryce), at a time when he is about to be awarded the Nobel Prize for his acclaimed and prolific body of work as a novelist. While in Stockholm for the ceremony and festivities, nearly 40 years of marriage weighs on Joan, at the same time journalist Nathaniel Bone (Christian Slater) is working on the definitive biography of her husband, authorized or not, leading old and long-buried truths to finally reach the surface. At the film’s Los Angeles press day, Collider got the opportunity to sit down and chat 1-on-1 with actor Christian Slater about why he found this to be such an absorbing story, working with talents like Glenn Close and Jonathan Pryce, shooting the film in Glasgow, Scotland, understanding his character, the scene he most enjoyed shooting, and the importance of journalists who seek the truth. He also talked about the relevance of his TV series Mr. Robot, which will be heading into its fourth (and possibly last) season, and having no idea where things are going next with the storytelling. Read More here


Prolific actor Christian Slater joins legendary actors Glenn Close and Jonathan Pryce in The Wife. The film is based on the novel of the same name by Meg Wolitzer, directed by Björn Runge, with a screenplay by Jane Anderson. It tells the story of Joan Castleman (Glenn Close) reflecting on her life during a trip to Stockholm. Her husband, Joe Castleman (Jonathan Pryce), is going to receive a Noble Prize in Literature and the couple is traveling to Stockholm for the presentation. Christian Slater plays Nathaniel Bone, who looking into the truth of Joe Castleman’s career. Slater also talked his show Mr. Robot and its connection to current events. Read More here


The mind-bending “Mr. Robot” represents new narrative territory for Christian Slater, as it would for most actors. But the titular role, the cyber-anarchist who sets a global economic collapse in motion, fits into the CV of the veteran of such counterculture roles as “Heathers” and “Pump Up the Volume.” Read More here


The Mr Robot actor, 48, talks about voicing Deadshot in animation Suicide Squad: Hell To Pay, building a Lego London and being ‘geek’ cool. Read More here


The DC Animated Universe is about to get a lot nastier with their latest release, Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay. For their third R-rated feature, the gang behind recent hits like Batman & Harley Quinn and Justice League Dark gathered Amanda Waller’s favorite band of bad guys forced to do good. Prepare for a bloody, funny and, at times, filthy battle against baddie Vandal Savage! Read More here

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