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Would We Actually Be Richer If We Shrunk Ourselves à la
An economist weighs in.
In 2017, the World Was Finally Ready for Laura Dern’s Furious Women
This year, Dern’s career finally came to a full boil, with roles in
Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Downsizing
, and, of course,
Big Little Lies.
Mary Kaye Schilling
Is a Boldly Executed Sci-Fi That Trips Over Its Own Modesty
Hong Chau is a stand-out in Alexander Payne’s willfully weird economic parable.
Matt Damon Returns With More Opinions on Hollywood’s Harassment Reckoning
Matt Damon says that he’d consider working with men accused of harassment on a case-by-case basis.
Hong Chau Is Sick of Talking About That Accent
“I’ve had so many interviews with people about the accent, the accent, the accent. It’s a necessary conversation but not a very fun conversation.”
Alexander Payne Is Supersizing His Artistic Ambitions With a Very Tiny Comedy
, the director mines the comedy in the microscopic.
Oscar Futures: Can a 7-Year-Old Actress Get Nominated This Year?
The Florida Project
’s irrepressible Brooklynn Prince be the youngest Oscar nominee ever?
Oscar Futures: Is
Blade Runner 2049
a Major Contender?
The hotly anticipated sequel may be a contender for Best Picture and Best Director.
Trailer: Why Shrink Your Lifestyle When You Can Shrink Your Body?
Matt Damon and Christoph Waltz take the plunge.
Be Excited: Matt Damon and Alexander Payne Are Making a Movie Together
Jesse David Fox
Jay Leno Snarked About
The Tonight Show
“We’ve consistently been No. 1 in the ratings, and if you know anything about our network, that kind of thing is frowned upon.”
The Tonight Show
Lays Off 20, Slashes Jay Leno’s Pay
As Comcast seeks quick payoff.
Special Tony Killed
The Tonys’ administration has announced it will discontinue the award for Special Theatrical Event.
Sacha Baron Cohen, Reese Witherspoon, and Paul Giamatti Get Small
Plus, Chuck Lorre’s shows to remain on TV forever.