About Taylor Gates
Taylor Gates is a Los Angeles-based editor and critic who earned her BFA in Creative Writing from the University of Evansville. She is a member of the Hollywood Creative Alliance and is Rotten Tomatoes and CherryPicks approved. Her work has also been featured on BuzzFeed, Show Snob, That Hashtag Show, AfterBuzz TV, and Starry Constellation Magazine.
Taylor especially loves dramedies that feature complex female and LGBTQ+ characters. In her free time, Taylor can be found writing and directing her own work, watching Rachel Weisz’s entire filmography, and spreading the word about The Hahnaissance.
The Amazon Prime Video show’s creator also reveals the one thing he insisted happen in Season 1 and the biggest changes from the book to the show.
Rebecca Miller discusses why an audience’s confusion can be a good thing and how her dad’s favorite joke inspired Anne Hathaway’s wildest scene.
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‘The Morning Show’ may still have way too much going on, but at least none of it is boring.
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“Look who it is — Carrie Bradshaw and the luckiest girl in New York.”
He also discusses using humor as a weapon and casting Sophia Lillis.
Michael Cera, Sophia Lillis, and Hannah Gross on Bad Accents and “Humbling” Choreography Fails Filming ‘The Adults’
They also discuss how they developed their sibling chemistry and shooting in the freezing cold.
He also shares his favorite James Marsden improv moment and explains how producing the show felt like pulling off a heist.
Despite some clever plot twists and likable characters, the series’ tone holds it back from its potential.
'Twilight' could have been so much more fascinating had it not sidelined the Cullen family's dynamics.
It's kinda fun to let them in.
‘The Beanie Bubble’ Directors Kristin Gore and Damian Kulash on Why They Don’t Really Care About Beanie Babies
They also discuss finding the film’s tricky structure and tone and what makes them good collaborators.
He also reveals how Freud helped him figure out his character and his favorite Beanie Baby.
She also reveals what she learned from the film’s directors that she wants to try in her own movies.
Greta Gerwig's best performance sees her dig into contradictions and explore the curse of charisma.
Bernadette Peters on Patricia Arquette, Pioneertown, and Preparing for ‘High Desert’ and the West End
She also discusses what it's like to play a character who’s an actor and why Peggy and Rosalyn are the heart of the show.