In his latest film, the comedian turned director continues to reinvent how the genre uses fear to comment on humanity’s evil.
Batman. Superman. Boyfriend. Savior. While the special counsel has conducted a notably quiet investigation, Americans have filled in the blanks.
Netflix’s shiny biopic of the hair-metal band barely tries to understand the destruction it portrays.
The new Hulu series is a fascinating, queasy blend of horror, fantasy, and true crime.
The merger—inked for $71.3 billion—will dramatically reshape the entertainment landscape.
In his work for The Atlantic, W. S. Merwin often wrote about time slipping away and goals remaining just out of reach.
Mike Trout just signed a record-breaking contract extension with the Los Angeles Angels. What he really needs is a team that can win championships.
The boisterous Amazon Prime series from Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney ended with a finale that honored the love and grief of its protagonists and creators alike.
Journalists are in the business of finding facts and telling secrets, and these aren’t the acts that move a story of Washington intrigue forward.
One of Hollywood’s most pernicious tropes hasn’t died. It has merely expanded.
More than two years after the surprise release of their Netflix series about an interdimensional traveler, Brit Marling and Zal Batmanglij are back with an installment that’s even more ambitious than the first.
The Get Out director’s new film is more complicated, more outrageous, and, in a lot of ways, more daringly funny and topical than its predecessor.
Months after firing the Guardians of the Galaxy director over past offensive tweets, Disney reversed its decision.
With her eccentric vocabulary and fashion sense, Moira Rose (played by Catherine O’Hara) deploys her words and her wardrobe as a kind of plumage.
At 50, the Oscar, Emmy, and Golden Globe winner is getting some of the most exciting roles of her career.
The latest film from the Chinese auteur Jia Zhangke is a decades-spanning tale of love and betrayal in a drastically changing country.
The beloved Netflix sitcom understood loss as an inevitability. But the show’s cancellation after three seasons is still difficult for many viewers to accept.
Annapurna Pictures—the company behind If Beale Street Could Talk and Sorry to Bother You—is being scrutinized for the reported unprofitability of its films. But its quandary reflects broader problems in Hollywood.
Triple Frontier, by the gifted director J. C. Chandor, is a letdown compared with his prior work.
James Kent’s period film centers on an affair between a British woman and a former Nazi sympathizer but fails to dig into the moral complexities of their relationship.