Stories of gray areas are exactly what more men need to hear.
The pay-inequity issue on the actor’s film All the Money in the World revealed how ill-equipped Hollywood’s business side is for the current moment.
Entertainment glorifying or excusing predatory male behavior is everywhere—from songs about “blurred lines” to TV shows where rapists marry their victims.
The Fifth Harmony ex-member’s solo debut reconciles singalong fun with the hazy, reserved mood that has ruled the charts lately.
In the second novel in her seasonal quartet, the British writer crafts a fanciful concoction of Shakespeare, folklore, and contemporary news.
A viral story highlights the lingering difference between the language—and the practice—of consent.
Emma Lazarus’s Petrarchan sonnet is an awkward vehicle for defenses of American greatness—perhaps because so many of those who quote it miss its true meaning.
John Hughes’s coming-of-age classic feels dated in retrospect, but the film paved the way for more character-focused teen stories.
Pop is now as political as it was in the ’60s, the author Dorian Lynskey says.
The show’s sharpest sketch yet on the #MeToo movement skewered E!’s confused coverage of the Golden Globes, while a Bill Murray parody of Steve Bannon fell flat.
Critics of the movement against sexual harassment and assault charge that it’s going too far, but their arguments take very little stock of what women are actually saying.
The Graduate’s use of folk-rock songs by Simon and Garfunkel stood in for a generation’s reaction to the status quo.
A new Netflix documentary series tries to shine a light on how corporate malfeasance and fraud affects everything we eat.
Liam Neeson reunites with his best collaborator, the director Jaume Collet-Serra, for another enjoyable, schlocky thriller.
Out of the Harper’s Media Men list saga comes an essay that asks urgent questions about the politics of authorship.
While Black Mirror frets about individualism taken too far, Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams on Amazon returns to the terror of the collective.
Black Panther, A Wrinkle in Time, Annihilation, Solo: A Star Wars Story, plus a bunch of sequels (and some exciting original projects)
With the story it is rumored to be publishing, the magazine has offered yet another reminder of the fragility of the current iteration of #MeToo.
After retiring from a virtually flawless career, the former shortstop embarked on a messy tenure as the CEO of the Miami Marlins.
The second film about a mischievous, marmalade-loving bear in Britain is gleefully imaginative and warm-hearted.