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.
John Hughes’s coming-of-age classic feels dated in retrospect, but the film paved the way for more character-focused teen stories.
The Graduate’s use of folk-rock songs by Simon and Garfunkel stood in for a generation’s reaction to the status quo.
Liam Neeson reunites with his best collaborator, the director Jaume Collet-Serra, for another enjoyable, schlocky thriller.
Black Panther, A Wrinkle in Time, Annihilation, Solo: A Star Wars Story, plus a bunch of sequels (and some exciting original projects)
The second film about a mischievous, marmalade-loving bear in Britain is gleefully imaginative and warm-hearted.
The hottest accessories on Sunday’s red carpet? Words.
At the 75th Golden Globe Awards, not one male award winner used their platform to mention the biggest story of the night.
Plus, a speech from Oprah Winfrey set the tone for a ceremony that grappled with sexual abuse and misogyny in Hollywood.
#MeToo took center stage, Oprah electrified, and Lady Bird and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri dominated.
Jessica Chastain anchors the West Wing creator’s directorial debut, a dramatic retelling of an underground poker mogul’s rise and fall.
The perfectionist actor Daniel Day-Lewis stars as a perfectionist dressmaker in Paul Thomas Anderson’s thoughtful, intriguing film.
With a wear-black protest in the works, Sunday’s Golden Globes could represent a shift for Hollywood’s most vapid tradition.
Ridley Scott’s dramatic retelling of the J. Paul Getty III kidnapping comes alive when the star of its last-minute reshoots is on screen.
The second episode of the animator’s series of short films, subtitled The Burden of Other People’s Thoughts, is as original and moving as the first.
The acclaimed depiction of gay romance forgoes politics and doesn’t mention AIDS—but there are hints at a broader, darker context for its story.
The actor and playwright discusses working with the directors Greta Gerwig and Steven Spielberg, and being part of two of the most acclaimed films of the year.
How a memorable club scene in Luca Guadagnino’s coming-of-age film captures the essence of a budding romance between two young men
The Atlantic looks back on the key film scenes of 2017, this time Meryl Streep’s big moment in Steven Spielberg’s 1970s newspaper drama.