Best Breaks: Loving

Loving staff favorites for the week of December 5th.

Ruth Negga on the Cover of Vogue

Loving lead and critically acclaimed actress Ruth Negga makes the cover of Vogue.

"There's often a job that's a 'before and after' for an actor...this [Loving] is that kind of job for me," Ruth Negga on what her work on Loving likely means to her and her career.

Gaby Wood's interview as well as photography from Mario Testino is at Vogue.

Ruth Negga's "Best Worst Jokes" with Vogue

Fresh off her Vogue cover, Ruth Negga, a good sport, shares some truly bad jokes.

"This is not my wheelhouse, joke telling."

Funny or not, it is a fun piece to watch over at Vogue.

"Why do elephants drink...?"

GQ: "The Understated Brilliance of Joel Edgerton"

Zach Baron offers an astute observation and profile of Loving lead Joel Edgerton for GQ's MOTY feature.

In the piece Mr. Edgerton shares an equally insightful note "In Hollywood, we often tell a true story, but we don't tell it truthfully."

The profile is up at GQ.

Photo Credit: Robert Maxwell

Variety Features Loving in their "Directors on Directors" Feature

Jeff Nichols' work on Loving is praised by director Tom McCarthy [Spotlight] as a part of Variety's seasonal "Directors on Directors" piece.

"In Loving Mr. Nichols has done something quite extraordinary. He has crafted a film that refuses to sensationalize, sentimentalize, or even deify his remarkable subjects," Tom McCarthy.

Read the full piece at Variety.