Go behind the scenes with director Bruce Beresford to find out how he approached the storied history and characters of Bonnie and Clyde.
Discover how Bonnie and Clyde's unusual mix of bank heists and romance catapulted them to celebrity, and how their thirst for greater fame motivated them to escalate their criminal lifestyle.
William Hurt plays Frank Hamer, the renowned Texas Ranger who leads the mission to track down Bonnie and Clyde,refusing to be swept up in the public adoration of the glamorous law-breaking duo.
After years of chasing them, police finally catch up to Bonnie and Clyde. But instead of arresting the infamous bank robbers, they have more gruesome intentions in mind, in this scene from Bonnie & Clyde, Part 2.
Bonnie and Clyde are pulled over in a routine traffic stop that turns bloody when the officers realize who they are, in this scene from Bonnie & Clyde, Part 2.
Holliday Grainger plays Bonnie Parker, the charismatic outlaw with stars in her eyes, who falls in love with ClydeBarrow, and a life of notoriety and adventure.
Elizabeth Reaser plays PJ Lane, a plucky female journalist who tracks the Barrow gang's crime spree in her writing, sensationalizing Bonnie's role as a tough, female criminal and feeding the media frenzy that propels the couple into stardom.
Clyde's criminal mind and Bonnie's flair for the dramatic made them a match made in felonious heaven.
While visiting Clyde (Emile Hirsch) in jail, Bonnie (Holliday Grainger) slips him a gun and helps plan his escape, in this scene from Bonnie & Clyde, Part 1.
Despite their criminal activities and life on the run, the Barrow gang's priority first and foremost was family, and their reluctance to stray too far from home ultimately led to their demise.
Sarah Hyland plays Blanche Barrow, Clyde's sister-in-law who reluctantly joins the fugitive Barrow gang to support her beloved husband, Buck.
Holly Hunter plays Bonnie's mother Emma Parker, who supports her daughter's quest for fame unconditionally, even when that search for the spotlight leads to Bonnie's tumultuous romance with Clyde and crime.
Find out how the news media shaped public opinion on gangsters like Bonnie and Clyde, from applauding them as fearless desperados to vilifying them as cold-hearted thugs.
Angry she is not being featured in the articles written about the bank robberies, Bonnie (Holliday Grainger) breaks into journalist PJ Lane's (Elizabeth Reaser) house to insist they go by 'Bonnie and Clyde,' in this scene from Bonnie & Clyde, Part 1.
From emotional to physical challenges, the cast discusses their most intense moments on set.
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