The Dunkirk director has been loudly dismissive of the company’s policy on theatrical releases—but he’s really just arguing for a different streaming model.
When we asked our readers to tell us how they first encountered Austen, we got responses from all over the…
Starting in the Victorian era, stage performers and writers have been subverting the novelist’s reputation as the go-to author for conventional, heterosexual love.
The Linkin Park singer, dead at 41, may have been the purest voice of angst on the radio this millennium.
In the early winter of 2006, I was living with my soon-to-be ex-boyfriend. We’d recently moved into a beautifully renovated…
This week at The Atlantic we’re marking the 200th anniversary of Jane Austen’s death with a celebration of her life…
Luc Besson’s new sci-fi epic is a visual sensation that deserves to be seen on the biggest screen possible.
The jazz musician talks about putting the “pain and struggle” of American history into the patriotic classic published by The Atlantic in 1862.
As beloved as Shakespeare, she shaped a vision of personal flourishing that still feels thoroughly modern.
Her work has done more than any other author’s to influence what “happily ever after” means in culture.
Thirty years ago, with the help of a massive coffee table book, the American wedding theatrical complex was born.
Twenty years ago, Luc Besson’s visually stunning film hinged its story not on action or violence, but on love.
If you took Elinor Dashwood, the heroine of Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility, and turned her into a male software…
The novelist had a soft spot for awkward talkers and stumbling lovers—which was an immense relief for me growing up as a shy person.
Last week I asked readers to tell us about their favorite characters from Jane Austen’s body of work. Janeites responded…
As a teen writing a draft of the book that would become Sense and Sensibility, the novelist poked fun at her older characters. By the time it was published, she was their age.
Ava DuVernay’s adaptation of Madeleine L’Engle’s book is one of the studio’s only upcoming movies that’s not a follow-up or a remake.
“There are too many favourites,” begins the very first response to my callout for favorite Jane Austen lines, from…
A chilling BuzzFeed report says the R&B star has at least six women living under his near-total control.
She died 200 years ago. But her writing fits perfectly into the culture of the current moment.
In a throwback 2017 season, the Swiss tennis legend has shown he’s still full of surprises.
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