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History's "Vikings" premieres its second season on Thursday, February 27th.
A film poet and a “warrior of cinema,” Harmony Korine remains true to his independent art film roots despite challenging Hollywood’s genre confines with his latest film, “Spring Breakers.” Korine sat down with The Crimson in between screenings of his films at the Harvard Film Archive.
Liam Neeson stars in "Non-Stop."
Torres, Markle, Hoffman, and Rafferty pose in their hotel suite.
Torres, Hoffman, Rafferty, and Markle on stage in the Brattle Theatre.
Torres, Hoffman, Rafferty, and Markle answer questions from the audience playfully.
Torres, Hoffman, and Markle answer questions; Rafferty Instagrams the audience.
Rafferty, Markle, and Torres at The Crimson's interview.
Hoffman at The Crimson's interview.
hile “Non-Stop” is kept partially afloat by Neeson’s powerhouse performance and its initial tension and humanity, it eventually spirals into a cheesy and only mildly satisfying second half.
Thomas Kretschmann plays Captain Kan in "Stalingrad."
Stalingrad is the story of a small group of Soviet soldiers marooned in an abandoned apartment complex during the the city’s infamous siege.
On Feb. 27, the cast of "Suits" visited Harvard's campus to meet with fans and hold an advance screening of the show's mid-season premiere.
Ragnar Lodbrok (Travis Fimmel) stars in History's "Vikings."