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A bloody end to Negan and the Saviors is finally in sight.
Kenya marries a cardboard cutout.
Detective Joy is terribly close to cracking this case.
Even for Outlander, this finale is a lot.
Was Prince Philip involved in the Profumo affair?
“Paterfamilias” is a truly devastating episode.
Midge is finally paying her dues as a comedian.
As a director, Sorkin puts you in the mood to hear actors talk very fast — and Chastain and co-star Idris Elba are virtuoso very-fast talkers.by
The black comedy, at times too broad, has standout performances from Allison Janney and Margot Robbie.by
We’re not so much watching Woodcock the rarefied designer as Day-Lewis the rarefied actor.by
Spielberg’s latest has the good fortune of coming out at a time when we’re primed for more stories of women taking the difficult path.by
In Kaurismaki’s work, it’s as if the masks of comedy and tragedy don’t — as usual — face away from each other, but stare each other in the face.by
Jennifer Garner gets her own Big Little Lies as a miserable L.A. County housewife.by
Someone, somewhere, thinks we can’t get enough of Gerald Foos.by
The black comedy, at times too broad, has standout performances from Allison Janney and Margot Robbie.by David Edelstein
His latest album uses pop structures to write inventive songs with impressive range.by Craig Jenkins
Shows that eschewed the great thematic temptations of 2017 and instead found transcendence in the execution of a deeply personal vision.by Sara Holdren
“I found this out right after we sold the show,” the star of Amazon’s One Mississippi says about the comic’s admitted sexual misconduct.
“I am confident that he and Michael B. Jordan will hit it out of the park!” Stallone said.
Her remix to Ed Sheeran’s “Perfect” has debuted at No. 1.
From Eve Babitz to Thomas Pynchon.
More than 70 of the year’s hottest unproduced scripts.
From bull riding to hot-dog eating, the cast of Search Party joined fans for a scavenger hunt around Hollywood.
Dee Lockett picks the best music videos of the year.
So did Tonya really yell “suck my dick” at that judge?
“It was a small, independent movie, and I thought, Oh, this will be perfect, I can dip my toe back into this world.”
Reviewing what the Model Penal Code has to say about the Mos Eisley Cantina confrontation.
The SMILF star opens up about shooting her first dramatic sex scene and shares her thoughts on our current political moment.
The New Yorker’s “Cat Person” shows how complicated bad sex really is.
It’ll delve into her remarriage and will disclose a previous battle with a “life-threatening illness.”
Late Saturday night, Preet Bharara and I were doing the same thing: tweeting about Saturday Night Live.
In an effort to be everything to everybody, big singles are marching toward “pop centrism.”
A hot, science-based take.
It’s got some quintessentially classic Top Gear stylings.