A conversation with award-winning artist Ramona Fradon, who drew Aquaman for most of the 1950s — and “doesn’t get” Jason Momoa’s iteration.
In honor of Hereditary and Sharp Objects, we look at the creepiest and coolest dollhouses that have popped up in film and TV.
The star and director of Across the Universe reflect on Taymor’s reputation as “difficult,” the film’s bungled marketing, and Wood’s first nude scene.
The co-writer of “The Good Twin” breaks down GLOW’s show within a show.
“The first time I saw it, I’m thinking, This is essentially puppeteering a giant canned ham.”
A Harvard psychiatrist has the answers to your It-based fears.
A whole lot of stars want Laura Grady’s body.
A realtor who specializes in properties with “stigmatized pasts” explains.
Is Pennsatucky a psychopath?
“Have a drink. It’ll make me look younger,” and many, many more.
We took it straight to the top of the company.
Prognosis: surprisingly not terrible.
“Next time I read a script that says, Exterior, cold mountain and it’s raining, I’m just going to put the script down.”
More fodder for Megan Draper–as–Shannon Tate conspiracists.
Who will make the finals? Richard Hatch or Tyra Banks? Wise or smize?
Is Jessa a sociopath? Was Hannah’s OCD flare-up textbook? Why is Marnie driven to make us all uncomfortable with her performances?
Bobby Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez
Matt Reed is a real community college dean, but he doesn’t play one on TV.
Adam Scott and others tell the story behind Ben Wyatt’s obsessive homage to the board game The Settlers of Catan.
The steamy late-night serial gave us Christina Hendricks and Adam Brody, but its writers also have a story to tell.