Adopt us, please?
If you don't already watch, don't let this deter you. It's not real!
If you find the centaur unsettling, LOOK AWAY. This will decimate your soul.
"I put the blush under the eyelids by mistake, but that don't mean anything."
For your consideration.
Silver eye shadow "reminds us of how badly we want to bone our dance teacher."
Her name is Biba and she is a genius.
Scarlett helps interviewer Matt Zaller with his springtime look.
He made his name upchucking McNuggets out the driver's side of an automobile — now has documentarian Morgan Spurlock discovered the whereabouts of the mastermind behind the September 11 attacks? Probably not!
For this month's New York by New York event, our friends at UCBT have combined the best and worst aspects of office holiday parties into one hilarious night.
This novel starts with a twist: The Gardaí (Irish cops) have their mad, blood-soaked killer; they just have to sort out whom he killed.
Might I Am Legend star Will Smith's increasingly erratic behavior cost him the Academy Award that, let's be honest, he was never going to win, not in a million years?
Mark Webber and Catalina Sandino Moreno deliver a kind of Linklaterian and surprisingly self-immolating take on how not to break up.
Two Times obits, but they shared one soul.
In Two Flags, Israeli artist Rona Yefman reimagines conflict in the Middle East as a Capture the Flag–like game. We'd imagine whoever is standing at the bottom of this stairwell is, well, totally screwed.
But only kind of.
Plus: Quotes from Jack Nicholson and Glenn Fry!
The same setting, the same music — but the makers of Mr. Magorium's Wonder Emporium don't seem upset.
Having already worked with legends like Neil Young and David Bowie, Julien Temple looks set to solidify his status as rock and roll's favorite director with a new film on Joe Strummer.
Who's up? Who's down?
Sure, the results seem slightly dated, but any medium that keeps the F train looking quaint and pristine, as it does in the above image, is fine by us.
Plus industry news on Michael Mann, Robert De Niro, and Jamie Foxx.