But audiences probably will — and maybe the GOP.
It began as a rebuke to Obama-inspired dreams of racial harmony and became a conduit for fears reignited by the rise of the new president.
The actress discusses how love and loss shaped her performance in the German-language thriller In The Fade.
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And helped its key player escape to the United States.
This year, the actress became one of cinema’s most terrifying nuns — and in the process, tapped into our current moment of “beautiful female rage.”
“I have a visceral feeling every time I see a peach now that flashes me back to Europe.”
We argue both sides.
“If you’ve ever been at one of her concerts, it’s like a therapy session with 30,000 people.”
Backlash against the singer inspired his new battle rap movie, Bodied.
It seems like C.K. both wanted to get caught and was arrogant enough to think that he never would.
How Bang went from being an unknown Danish actor to the swoon-inducing star of Ruben Östlund’s latest.
Whoopi Goldberg, Martha Stewart, Matthew Broderick, and Lauren Hutton revisit New York City apartments they once lived in.
“If people wanted to call me comely, it helped with awareness. Hugely.”
Get Out and Call Me by Your Name are going strong, while Lady Bird’s chances might be slightly overestimated.
“I don’t smoke anymore. Just don’t eat.”
“We need to remember that these are things that take a long time to make a difference.”
Professor Marston and the Wonder Women follows the real-life, erotic love story that helped birth Wonder Woman.
In their new doc, the legendary 89-year-old French New Wave director drives around with the 34-year-old street artist, visiting tiny French villages.
The two have reunited for The Killing of a Sacred Deer, and round two is much, much darker in tone than 2015’s The Lobster.