Next month, Hanks makes his debut in Nora Ephron's final play.
“When Prince’s 1999 came out, it touched off a saga that lasted half a decade.”
And which of them were sold.
Why was there a picture of a sleeping woman above Joshua's bed?
Sundresses and lingerie, mostly.
Consider it a pub crawl through the movies.
Pool parties, Bible-reading breaks, strip clubs, and much more.
Photos of both Beyoncé and Solange Knowles, Lena Dunham, Jennifer Lawrence, and more.
We were on set for the controlled explosion in Kew Gardens, Queens.
Posing is awkward. But for Rooney Mara, it looks really awkward.
They're called undershirts, people. They're supposed to go under real shirts.
Our TV expert rates the chances of all the shows in limbo.
In which we update one of our favorite features.
We've got Anne Hathaway, Channing Tatum, Amy Poehler, James Franco, and many, many more.
Classic shots of Jennifer Lawrence, George Clooney, Jodie Foster, and more.
Who could have guessed that Rachel Weisz and Jennifer Lopez would fall into the same category?
Saltz: MoMA’s Inventing Abstraction Is Illuminating—Although It Shines That Light Mighty Selectively
Insiders will go gaga here. But I wonder whether larger audiences will grasp the way this kind of art thrust itself to the fore in the West.
If you thought Zooey Deschanel was a weird first choice ...
She's consistently the most enthusiastic person on the red carpet. Smile!
Rihanna stands in a shadow. Taylor Swift reaches for something off a high shelf. Alan Arkin and John Goodman are adorable together.
The film retells Cream drummer Ginger Baker’s life story in talking-head interviews, archival footage, and striking animation.
Scarlett Johannson hogs all the styles, Oprah flashes her diamonds, and Damian Lewis hides his hickies in the roundup of this month's glossy-mag portraits.
From Christina to Ke$ha to Nicki to Biebs and everyone in between.
The Trapped in the Closet star told us a pair of stories that rivaled anything in the series.