The legendary soul singer, who died at 76, leaves behind the definitive testament to the capabilities of the human voice.
The wide receivers, known as much for their off-the-field antics as their game-day accomplishments, challenged the NFL’s domineering mores.
The Amazon three-parter is a star-studded but ponderous tale about toxic family dysfunction.
The actor worked in finance and at a strip club before committing to comedy.
So far, people have been focusing on the perverse incentives the award creates for Academy voters. But even more pernicious could be the incentives it creates for filmmakers and studios.
The Foo Fighters frontman positions himself as the inspirer of a new generation of rockers by playing all the instruments on his new project “Play.”
Josephine Decker’s new experimental work is centered on an exceptional performance from the total unknown Helena Howard.
Netflix’s Insatiable and AMC’s Dietland both feature fat heroines who are bullied for their body type. But they’re very different shows.
Demi Lovato’s long struggle with sobriety—and her transparency about it—complicates the expected celebrity narrative of “overcoming.”
Adding a “popular film” category and cutting technical awards to squeeze the ceremony into a three-hour time slot will only dilute the Academy’s brand.
A court battle between German and Israeli archives over his manuscripts raised literary, not just legal, questions.
Dog Days is a mediocre schlockfest that, despite and because of its saccharine predictability, is a very good boy.
Two musical giants collide in Teatime Dub Encounters to produce a fascinating dialogue between old-school rock and New Age electronic.
The director’s newest film follows a policeman who successfully infiltrated the KKK in the 1970s, but the story it tells is also very much about the U.S. today.
The company announced a new, more restrictive plan for subscribers after its stock spiraled, but it has already left a lasting mark on theater chains.
The show’s soulful fourth season uses death to springboard to Breaking Bad levels of emotion.
Never has the Roy legacy seemed more tragic, or more toxic.
The Harrison Ford–starring thriller represents the best of a genre that has faded: the character-driven action movie for adults.
Netflix’s new feature comedy starring Kristen Bell and Kelsey Grammer is unremarkable in every way except one: It’s barely funny.
The Talking Heads singer’s “American Utopia” tour creates a new world—and forces audiences to reckon with a tragic reality.
After years of dire political dispatches from back home, Ethiopian immigrants greeted the nation’s new reformist prime minister with displays of hope and unity as he traveled across the U.S.