The stars of The Kitchen on on-screen equality

Tiffany Haddish, Melissa McCarthy and Elisabeth Moss talk all-female casts, box-office hopes and Kool-Aid pickles Melissa McCarthy, Elisabeth Moss and Tiffany Haddish are kicking back in the Warner Bros commissary, discussing an American delicacy that, strangely, does not appear on the menu: I taught them about pickles and Kool-Aid, says Haddish proudly, as her two castmates erupt in squeals of revolted laughter. That shows the true love I have for you, says McCarthy. Because I kept saying no and she kept saying: You have to try it! I was like: I. Dont. Want. To. Do. This. And then the next thing I know, I was eating it and Here, McCarthy, a Saturday Night Live regular and veteran of several blockbuster …

Streaming: Elisabeth Moss in Her Smell not to be sniffed at

Elisabeth Moss thrills as a strung-out rock star in Alex Ross Perrys tremendous, terribly titled new film A bad title can be a debilitating handicap to even the best of films: if it makes you wince even to say the thing, its that much harder to get invested in watching it. This is a truth that has been learned the hard way by the new film from American independent writer-director Alex Ross Perry: a daring, grungily immersive and quite brilliantly acted character study that has been saddled, for reasons best known to Perry himself, with the buzz-killing moniker Her Smell. Try telling people, as I have for several months now, that they should be looking out for a terrific film …