Years after his daughter reiterated her allegation that the director sexually abused her, more actors are voicing their regret for collaborating with him.
Though the best signal-caller ever remains in the playoffs, his also-ran counterparts may suggest the rise of a more well-rounded sport.
The website made a name for itself by going after Aziz Ansari, and now it’s hurting the momentum of #MeToo.
Scott Cooper’s new film sees Christian Bale, Rosamund Pike, and Wes Studi battling through the American West in the 1890s.
The experimental pop singer Merrill Garbus of Tune-Yards intensifies her politics and dance grooves for i can feel you creep into my private life.
Reporting will always be vital to exposing the most egregious abuses of power. Yet the most underutilized tool in the movement’s turn toward lesser wrongs is fiction.
FX’s American Crime Story uses lavish detail to tell of an iconic designer’s murder—and what it said about society.
Coates says he is "mystified as anybody else” over West's critique.
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.
For rising models in one of the largest favelas of Rio de Janeiro, fashion is an opportunity for self-actualization.
Seventeen years after the original Blue Planet, the BBC Natural History Unit has perfected the art of the blockbuster documentary.
Shithole, shithouse. Tomato, tomato.
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.
Allegations against the comedian are proof that women are angry, temporarily powerful—and very, very dangerous.
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.