Marvel has hit big with a movie that leads with the artistry of its storytelling and the diversity of its characterization. Hollywood would do well to take notice.
Leggings and yoga gear are common sights at practice rinks. But in competition, gender-coded costumes still prevail.
A new novel by Leni Zumas is both a compelling speculative work and a deeply considered analysis of what it means to live in a woman’s body.
A guide to some of the Games’ most exciting contenders—whether they’re making highly anticipated debuts or returns
The self-seriousness of Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy and its imitators has finally given way to films that embrace the genre’s comic potential.
The first trailer for the Star Wars spinoff plays it safe—far from the sillier tone that reportedly got the movie’s original directors fired.
The Cleveland Indians will stop wearing the controversial logo on their uniforms next year. What’s next for Native American–inspired imagery and names in the sports world?
The sci-fi horror film, which had a surprise debut on Netflix after the Super Bowl, unfortunately doesn’t live up to the instant hype.
The Tonight Show host followed the Super Bowl with a Bob Dylan rewrite touching on #MeToo, fake news, and Colin Kaepernick.
The underdog Philadelphia team overcame the New England Patriots in a nail-biter of a game that was pure spectacle.
The pop star’s underachievement came off all the weaker with a tribute to the perfectionist Prince.
Modesty Blaise was something like Wonder Woman meets James Bond—but she was so much more, too.
The new Netflix sci-fi series can be intermittently thrilling, but it’s too superficial to realize its potential.
At this year’s Sundance, Jennifer Fox’s film stood out for its harrowing exploration of the director’s own experience as a teenage girl.
The myth of canine guilt
The best Grammys moment fused “Soul Train + Cuban + New African dance styles + ’70s disco + Bob Fosse,” director Philippa Price says.
Donald Trump’s reported mockery of Narendra Modi’s accent is a disturbing reminder of the long tradition of using “brown voice” for caricature.
Here’s hoping the singer’s Super Bowl show blends rootsiness and rhythm more effectively than his new album does.
Sebastián Lelio’s Oscar-nominated Chilean film follows a trans woman struggling to move on after the death of her partner.
The late Iranian director’s last film is experimental, sometimes tedious, and strangely enchanting—like all of his work.
Armando Iannucci, the creator of Veep, answers questions about satire in the time of Trump and his new film, The Death of Stalin.
The adult-film actor and director is engaged in a promotional tour where she can’t discuss events she says never took place.