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The 33 Best Movies Over 3 Hours Long
Got some extra time? Lose yourself in these cinematic spectacles.
Julio Torres Is a Rising Weirdo
’s otherworldly secret weapon is about to take over HBO with
How Did Netflix’s
Knock Down the House
Predict AOC’s Rise? It Didn’t.
“We had a whole plan. It was going to be gritty and dark, and we were going to tell it like it is.” Then Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez won.
Stevie Nicks, the Fairy Godmother of Rock
At age 70, she is four decades into the never-ending romantic soap opera that is Fleetwood Mac.
The Wu-Tang Clan Looks Back on 25 Years
“All of us, each and every one of my crew members of my clan, at some point in time was a fearless motherfucker.”
The Kennedys Are Not Going to Like The Gripping New
But audiences probably will — and maybe the GOP.
, the First Great Movie of the Trump Era, Got Made
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.
Is the Erotic Twin-Fetish Body-Horror Film You’ve Been Waiting For
Get ready for a wild ride.
How Grief Led Diane Kruger to the Bravest Performance of her Career
The actress discusses how love and loss shaped her performance in the German-language thriller
In The Fade
8 Things We Learned Talking to Samuel L. Jackson About His MasterClass
But not just any TV — and 7 other things we learned talking to him about his MasterClass.
Director Bryan Fogel Documented the Russian Olympic Doping Scandal
And helped its key player escape to the United States.
Can Melissa Leo Scream Her Way To Another Oscar?
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.”
Everyone Was Talking About the
Call Me by Your Name
Peach at the Gotham Awards
“I have a visceral feeling every time I see a peach now that flashes me back to Europe.”
Do I Need to See
Before I See
The Disaster Artist?
We argue both sides.
Dee Rees on Writing Racist Jokes and Directing Mary J. Blige
“If you’ve ever been at one of her concerts, it’s like a therapy session with 30,000 people.”
Taylor Swift’s Video Director Joseph Kahn Has Something to Say to Her Haters
Backlash against the singer inspired his new battle rap movie,
Revisiting Louis C.K.’s
I Love You, Daddy
After the Revelations
It seems like C.K. both wanted to get caught and was arrogant enough to think that he never would.
L.A. Writer Says Richard Dreyfuss Harassed, Exposed Himself to Her in the 80s
Dreyfuss responded to the alleged harassment in a statement.
’s Monkey-Man Scene Is Bonkers. Here’s How It Was Made.
Anatomy of an insane scene, with director Ruben Östlund and actor Terry Notary.
Meet Claes Bang, Star of
and Your New James Bond–ian Danish Crush
How Bang went from being an unknown Danish actor to the swoon-inducing star of Ruben Östlund’s latest.
new york 50th anniversary
We Took 4 Notable New Yorkers to Revisit Their Old Apartments
Whoopi Goldberg, Martha Stewart, Matthew Broderick, and Lauren Hutton revisit New York City apartments they once lived in.
Jane Goodall on Her New Doc and Her Love Story in Africa
“If people wanted to call me comely, it helped with awareness. Hugely.”
12 Oscars-Race Takeaways From the Gotham Awards Nominations
Call Me by Your Name
are going strong, while
’s chances might be slightly overestimated.
LeVar Burton Is No Longer Being Sued for Using His
“But you don’t have to take my word for it.”
Charlotte Gainsbourg on Hating Aging and
“I don’t smoke anymore. Just don’t eat.”
Rosario Dawson Doesn’t Want You to Forget About Puerto Rico
“We need to remember that these are things that take a long time to make a difference.”
Finally, a Movie About the Kinky Threesome That Inspired
Professor Marston and the Wonder Women
follows the real-life, erotic love story that helped birth Wonder Woman.
Agnès Varda and JR Talk Aging,
, and Road Trips Over Afternoon Tea
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.
Colin Farrell and Yorgos Lanthimos on Their Bond, Iran-Contra, and Prosthetics
The two have reunited for
The Killing of a Sacred Deer,
and round two is much, much darker in tone than 2015’s
Vince Vaughn Rips Apart a Car With His Bare Hands in
Brawl in Cell Block 99
Brawl in Cell Block 99
is superior grindhouse filmmaking (with a side of right-wing politics).
Super Size Me 2:
You’ll Never Look at Chicken the Same Way Again
Morgan Spurlock’s follow-up follows suicidal chicken farmers, the machinations of Big Chicken, and the meaninglessness of labels like “cage-free.”
How Reed Morano Created
The Handmaid’s Tale
’s Emmy-Winning Look
“We tried to get our voice in the first three episodes so that after I left, everybody would know what to do.”
Lena Waithe on Her Emmys Night With Aziz, Reese, Nicole, Riz, and Donald
“I’ve gotta stand there acting like they ain’t Reese Witherspoon and Nicole Kidman talking to me.”
In Praise of Edie Falco in Louis C.K.’s New Movie
Falco is fantastic as C.K.’s hilariously beleaguered production manager in
I Love You, Daddy.
Rachel McAdams Tried to Go Undercover As an Orthodox Jew for
“It didn’t go so well.”
Evan Rachel Wood on Her Gritty New Psycho-Thriller and
“It was one of the most nerve-racking experiences of my life, holding a gun to Anthony Hopkins’s face.”
What the Hell Is Daniel Craig Doing in This L.A. Riots Movie?
What is this random British white dude doing in
The Disaster Artist
Is Peak James Franco, and the Best Thing He’s Ever Done
James Franco’s retelling of the story behind the cult film
brought down the house.
Everything You Need to Know About Louis C.K.’s Controversial New Movie
Is it really about Woody Allen? Does it address
New Trailer for
The Disaster Artist
Plays Out Like the
of Bad Movies
Rachel Weisz and Rachel McAdams Have Incredible Sex In
In which one Rachel spits in the other’s mouth.
Margot Robbie Was So Deep Into
She Punched Sebastian Stan in the Head
More proof that Robbie really committed to the role of Tonya Harding.
Allison Janney Is a Cursing, Bird-Owning, Chain-Smoking Revelation in
She plays Tonya Harding’s nightmare of a stage mom, LaVona Golden.
Priyanka Chopra Lost a Movie Role for Being ‘Too Ethnic’
“It’s been extremely hard to have had a career where everyone knows me and I look like everybody else and then come into a country and not have that.”
Every Gushing Thing Shia LaBeouf Had to Say About John McEnroe
“He used rage as a tactic to throw people off.”
The 24 Films at the Toronto Film Festival That Already Have People Buzzing
Brie Larson’s directorial debut, Guillermo del Toro’s latest, Gaga’s doc, and more.
Is the Norwegian Psychosexual Thriller You Didn’t Know You Needed
It has everything one could want in a sultry viewing experience: gorgeous leads, lesbian experimentation, and religious undertones.
The Hilariously Bleak Janicza Bravo Is the New Voice of Comedy
Meet the idiosyncratic director Michael Cera, Judy Greer, Donald Glover, and Sarah Jessica Parker all want to work with.
The Bold Type
’s Very Special Trump Episode Came Together
No one could have predicted the Freeform dramedy would make eight Trump digs over the course of 42 minutes
’s ‘A Million Matzoh Balls’ Sing-along, a Great Jewish Film Moment
Watch Martin Starr, Shiri Appleby, and Rhea Perlman sing about Passover.