The world needs more Rebecca Hall! My current urgency to shout that out as much as possible likely has something to do with the fact that still quite obsessed with her under-seen 2017 release.

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Professor Marston and the Wonder Women, and also recently flat-out floored by her performance in the Sundance 2020 selection, The Night House. When the opportunity to cover Hall’s next project, Tales from the Loop, came up, there was absolutely no way.

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“And I think what I find so appealing about this show is that it takes time as its central concept, but not in a kind of like hokey, fun, now let’s jump around with it sort of way. But it sort of poses that the fundamental problem of being a human and also the fundamental joy of being a human is time. Because if it weren’t for time, then things would stay as they are, for better or worse.” – Rebecca Hall

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We recently shared a short snippet of our phone conversation about her role in Iron Man 3, but with Tales from the Loop now available to watch on Amazon, it’s time to dig into her experience working on the show! In it, Rebecca Hall plays Loretta, a scientist working in a facility known as The Loop, who also happens to be the daughter-in-law of The Loop’s founder, Russ Willard (Jonathan Pryce).