The show will air at the same time across the U.S. for the first time ever starting in April—thanks to social media.
The HBO miniseries takes a novel approach to its score: letting its characters’ listening habits dictate what the audience hears.
The two-hour work, written and directed by Happy Valley’s Sally Wainwright, is a vibrant dramatization of how three sheltered women became such extraordinary novelists.
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Daniel Espinosa’s new horror film stars Jake Gyllenhaal, Rebecca Ferguson, and Ryan Reynolds as astronauts fighting a hostile alien.
The Hold Steady singer’s new album collects small, graceful fables about the downtrodden raising each other up.
“The Heart Part 4” seems to announce a new album while taking aim at rivals, Donald Trump, and the state of the world.
Beyond busted brackets and buzzer-beaters, the men's NCAA tournament offers the broader public an early look at likely professional draftees.
Danny Boyle's nostalgic sequel to his breakthrough film proves that you can go home again.
Who, in the 21st century, has the right to be left alone?
The big-budget reboot of the ’90s kids TV show never takes itself too seriously, even as it dials up the teen angst.
From Amazon to Apple, from Starbucks to upscale hotel chains, brands are making claims not just about what people should buy, but about what people should be.
His latest project borrows sounds from around the world for a successful party—but also hints at burnout.
The legendary cartoonist talks about turning one of his most irascible protagonists into someone who could be the hero of his own film.
Brigitte Gabriel, who leads an organization dedicated to persecuting people because of their faith, boasted about her access to the Trump administration.
Four hundred years after her death, misperceptions of the Native American icon continue to shape the cultural image of indigenous peoples—though that’s starting to change.
The company is swapping out its five-star rating system for a simpler one—another sign of its changing approach to the user experience.
The memoirist Melissa Febos discusses how an Annie Dillard essay, “Living Like Weasels,” helped refocus her life after overcoming addiction.
As the much-anticipated sequel to his 1996 cult classic gets set for release, the English director discusses the impact of the original, that memorable opening monologue, and Brexit.