Frances McDormand’s Oscar speech encouraging diverse hiring in the film industry has sparked a mini-trend.
The next two months are shaping up to be a rare opportunity for teams in search of a steady hand under center.
In his new book, Steven Pinker is curiously blind to the power and benefits of small-town values.
What studies reveal about the good and the bad of loving a sports team
A new six-part Netflix documentary is a stunning dive into a utopian religious community in Oregon that descended into darkness.
The new film from Veep creator Armando Iannucci turns one of the darkest moments of the 20th century into timely black comedy.
“There’s something therapeutic in looking at the apocalypse and laughing,” Colin Meloy says of the band’s I’ll Be Your Girl.
Lara Croft returns to the big screen, this time played by Oscar-winner Alicia Vikander, in a competent but uninspired update.
The second season of the Netflix superhero drama finds texture in three major characters.
Acclaim for the Academy Award–winning Chilean film has helped revive a lagging gender-identity bill in its home country.
Mount Eerie's second grief-stricken album in a year is about “the transition from a living person into a memory,” its creator says.
Greg Berlanti’s coming-of-age drama, centered on a gay teen struggling to come out, is both pioneering and frustratingly bland.
ABC has brought back the recently canceled Fox franchise, with Katy Perry rather than Simon Cowell anchoring the eerily upbeat affair.
A sketch involving Robert Mueller appearing on The Bachelor was the latest indication of the show’s wavering topical relevance.
A 45-year-old fantasy novel by the author of The Neverending Story is in many ways a fitting companion to A Wrinkle in Time.
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The discovery of more than 1,500 artworks in a flat in Munich serves as an inconvenient reminder of one of the unresolved wrongs of the Third Reich.
The 45th president should be an easy target for political cartoonists, but they’ve struggled to come up with an image that sticks.
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David Attenborough’s latest documentary gorgeously reveals the world’s oceans—and shows how badly humans are screwing them up.
The director Ava DuVernay’s live-action adaptation captures the childlike wonder of Madeleine L’Engle’s beloved novel.