Staff selections, from Taylor Swift to Sleater-Kinney to Kendrick Lamar
Pyongyang officials propose a joint investigation into the Sony hack, but warn America of 'grave consequences' if it refuses.
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Viewers don’t have to like the streaming giant's new medieval epic series to acknowledge its significant, if flawed, representation of Asian characters in television.
Did the directors of The Interview have a better option?
A conservation scientist explains how transparencies, computer algorithms, and ambient illumination can bring a faded painting back to life.
It's still rare for a mass-market movie to put a person of color in the lead role, and it's increasingly clear that Hollywood's history of exclusion hurts everyone.
A show about the underdogs became, in its final moments, a celebration of celebrity.
A day after The Interview was yanked from release, the Hollywood studio that brought the world Team America prevented its own movie from being screened.
The final installment of the acclaimed podcast managed to deliver a satisfying ending, even if it left listeners with more questions than it answered.
Adam Savage, co-host of the hit Discovery Channel show, talks about why a catastrophic experiment often comes with the most valuable lessons.
A taxonomy of long-shot awards contenders, including Scarlett Johansson and Ben Affleck
Let's be clear: The Interview isn't a courageous act of defiance against a dictator.
Not only does Peter Jackson's trilogy fail on its own terms, it retrospectively diminishes the Lord of the Rings' success.
Though major theater chains decided not to screen the controversial comedy in light of terror threats, Seth Rogen and James Franco's film will probably live a long life online.
National Book Awards finalist Emily St. John Mandel says pomp and circumstance can derail the everyday work of creating complex, flawed characters.
Ever since 1973, the nation has agonized over which novelty pop song or one-hit wonder will sell the most records over the holidays.
The remastered, Blu-Ray edition of the cult anime series will allow viewers to revisit and, hopefully, discover the series.
And the titles their authors say they loved
Over 100 years, small images of athletes went from tobacco companies' marketing materials to overhyped investments favored by nostalgic grown men. Now, they're worth virtually nothing.
Main characters are two-and-a-half times more likely to die in a children's animated film than in a film for adults—and three times more likely to be murdered.