A roundup of our recent writing on arts and entertainment
Justin Lin’s rollicking action-adventure sequel is a paean to unity, teamwork, and the best qualities of humanity.
The Ghostbusters star refused to take Twitter abuse silently—and scored a victory for herself and many others.
Taking over Stephen Colbert’s Late Show to blast Fox News, the former ‘Daily Show’ host was unapologetically partisan while also seeking to build bridges.
The new Joker feature is based on a 1988 graphic novel that's memorable for its darkness.
The director of Don’t Think Twice discusses his comedic path and dodging fame.
The IOC says 45 additional athletes, including 23 who won medals, were caught doping when samples from the 2008 and 2012 Olympics were retested.
The league will move the 2017 All-Star Game because of the law.
The Fox News chairman’s departure from the network he helped create followed allegations of sexual harassment by Gretchen Carlson, a former host.
He is prolific, but does he have anything left to say?
Netflix’s animated Hollywood satire is back for a third remarkable season.
The WNBA fined teams and players for wearing black warm-up shirts to protest police-involved shootings.
A new study found that fans of J.K. Rowling’s novels tended not to be supporters of the Republican presidential candidate.
In a week full of political propaganda, here's messaging done delightfully.
Jim Doherty keeps the cinema series going: Your question about film work immediately made me…
Artists brought their work to the streets of Cleveland—from portraits to cosplay to sex dolls—taking advantage of the crowds.
In its chaotic second season, the Lifetime satire feels like ideas in search of a story—not the other way around.
The creator of the legendary sitcoms Happy Days and Laverne and Shirley, and director of Pretty Woman and Beaches, died Tuesday at the age of 81.
Third Eye Blind lectures the crowd not to ignore pro-gay lyrics.
Milo Yiannopoulos was banned after hateful messages received by Leslie Jones, a star of the new Ghostbusters movie.
The ABC teen drama that gave rise to “Generation Catalano” holds up. Really, really well!