TORONTO – Chris Evans isn’t half-bad as a director, it turns out. His feature debut, Before We Go, is about exactly that.
There is a growing discontent among Hollywood’s A-list actors to just be A-list actors, for reasons that don’t compute for us mortals: They travel the world pretending to be our heroes, make enough money to work only occasionally and, as certified Beautiful People, have a license to date and mate among themselves. Shouldn’t that be enough?
Maybe the Alpha wiring that got them there in the first place inevitably leads to the need to be in charge, because it sure seems a good many of today’s top-billed — Angelina Jolie, George Clooney, Ryan Gosling, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Ben A...Read More