Hail, Caesar!, their first movie about moviemaking since Barton Fink, is much more upbeat about the creative process.
When he tweets “BILL COSBY INNOCENT !!!!!!!!!!” is one example.
The script for J.K. Rowling’s new play, set to premiere in the summer, will also be published in book form.
In a new exhibition at the Whitney, the filmmaker Laura Poitras examines a post-9/11 world.
John Gurnick is the latest reader contributor to the series on complicated patriotism: I submit Mister Dylan’s…
A farewell to the Sixth Street Viaduct
The Warriors star is the embodiment of basketball’s analytics revolution.
The Daily Show correspondent’s new weekly TBS series, Full Frontal, made a stellar debut Monday.
A big question
A short review of The Civil Wars of Julia Ward Howe
How one teacher is attempting to train a generation of globally competitive players--starting with their coaches.
A new book looks at the leftist origins of the rabid right.
Why novelists can’t seem to get her right
Netflix will soon be streaming Look Who’s Back—a German satire that imagines the Führer as a YouTube star.
The show will be remembered as one of the last great network-TV dramas—and it’ll get to go out on its own terms.
Because it’s an old tired man perplexed by modernity, and it’s having trouble pooping.
As Coldplay blandly strained for the universal, she and Bruno Mars pulled off something more specific and more daring.