Paul Feig looks at ease holding a martini. He wears a three-piece suit every day, a ritual that began with the Pierre Cardin accoutre his mom bought him as a young boy growing up in Michigan. And that perfectly tailored menswear became like an armour—the formality and deliberateness of it gave Feig confidence. “With a suit, even if you’re having a nervous breakdown, you still look like you’re in charge,” Feig once said during an interview with Esquire.
Now, Feig, the writer, producer, director, and sometimes actor behind the 2011 blockbuster Bridesmaids; the female-fronted Ghostbusters remake; the endearing espionage thriller Spy; and the cult-classic Freaks and
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