Zack Snyder's critically panned, commercially disappointing mess of a film represents the nadir of female-centric action movies
A look at how the three entertainers have responded to the wrath of their fans
The "Batman" villain has had so many incarnations, it's hard to know who she really is
Nearly 40 percent of Americans think marriage is obsolete. Then why are we so thrilled to hear about Prince William's engagement?
The rapper has made some odd, impulsive statements. But he shouldn't say sorry for them.
Confessional songwriting is nothing new, but the singer's latest album sounds like an issue of 'Us Weekly'
A performer has been diagnosed with the virus, re-opening a decades-old debate: should adult actors be required to wear condoms?
The show seems to have written the character into a corner: whether he rises or falls, the fans still lose
Dan Savage's video outreach program for at-risk youths has impeccable intentions. But does it do enough?
The movie references '80s romantic comedies, but is much more conservative than its influences
The song seems to be his way of apologizing for a career's worth of glorifying domestic violence. But the rest of his album tells a different story.
The show portrays a long-gone era of gender relations—but it's not so different from our own
James Franco and Lady Gaga—and even we ourselves—are experts at crafting public images. Why Snooki's the best performance artist of us all.
The actress just began a jail sentence, but the public interest in her downfall has persisted for years.
Why defenders of the director, who was convicted of rape decades ago, are wrong
A New York magazine article about the agonies of child-rearing echoes complaints writers have been making for decades
A recent "Atlantic" essay decrying the teenage hookup culture misses an important point: girls can still get hurt, emotionally and physically, when they are in relationships
Some have suspected the former first lady of being more liberal than her husband. Her Larry King interview confirms it.
Patti Smith's memoir, 'Just Kids', is surprisingly prim, considering the eroticism in her songs. Why?