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  1. at home in asian america
    The Mixed MetaphorWhy does the half-Asian, half-white protagonist make us so anxious?
  2. one perfect scene
    A Hell of an IntroductionHow director Romain Gavras and his cast and crew created the year’s wildest movie opening.
  3. vulture picks
    25 Notable New Releases Over the Next Two WeeksBella Hadid joins Ramy, Hasan Minhaj’s latest Netflix special, Pavement reunites, and more.
  4. darling we’re worried
    How Did Don’t Worry Darling Become So Worrying?A timeline of the (alleged) drama involving Olivia Wilde, Harry Styles, and Florence Pugh.
  5. profile
    Kate Berlant Plays the FoolThe influential, very offline comedian perfects her self-described clown show.
  6. 1.5x speed
    Podcasting Is Just Radio NowIt’s been ages since the last blockbuster narrative show. What does that mean for the medium as an art form?
  7. tv review
    Andor Is the Cure for Star Wars EnnuiThe franchise hasn’t felt this challenging, invigorating, or dangerous in quite some time.
  8. in conversation
    The Ecstasy of Karen OThe Yeah Yeah Yeahs singer will give in to her urges, so long as she’s onstage.
  9. movie review
    The Woman King Is a Brawny Historical Epic With a Conflicted View of the PastViola Davis presides over a rousing action movie with a touch of wistful alternative history.
  10. art
    Wolfgang Tillmans Changed What Photos Look LikeA career retrospective becomes a cathedral of the mundane.
  11. podcast review
    Books Gone BadThe new podcast Missing Pages gives the publishing industry the true-crime treatment.
  12. comics to watch
    The Comedians You Should and Will Know in 202224 comics who industry insiders predict will be tomorrow’s superstars.
  13. biennale cinema 2022
    The Whale Is a Perfect Comeback Role for Brendan FraserProsthetic or no, it’s hard to imagine anyone else in the part, frankly.
  14. fall preview
    10 Art Shows We Can’t Wait to See This FallWolfgang Tillmans at MoMA, Theaster Gates at the New Museum, and a bid for W.E.B. Du Bois as America’s first abstract artist.
  15. fall preview
    11 Podcasts We Can’t Wait to Listen to This FallFrom a new season of Suspect to a star-studded adaptation of a popular Chilean podcast.
  16. fall preview
    Danielle Deadwyler Put Her Whole Body in ItPlaying Mamie Till-Mobley took over her life. But the actress never does anything halfway.
  17. fall preview
    24 Movies We Can’t Wait to See This FallFrom Harry Styles times two to the next Knives Out and our return to Wakanda.
  18. fall preview
    57 Books We Can’t Wait to Read This FallWith new releases from Ling Ma, Darryl Pinckney, Namwali Serpell, Cormac McCarthy, and more.
  19. fall preview
    Yahya Abdul-Mateen II Gets a Life (on Broadway)The actor didn’t know what to do next. Then Topdog/Underdog came along.
  20. fall preview
    29 Plays and Musicals We Can’t Wait to See This FallHow many Pulitzer winners can you fit in one season?
  21. fall preview
    42 New Classical Music Performances to Hear This FallIncluding the grand reopening of David Geffen Hall, Medea at the Met, and work by Tyshawn Sorey.
  22. fall preview
    How Gwendoline Riley Makes Words FailIn her brutally funny novels My Phantoms and First Love, conversation only makes people feel more alone.
  23. tv review
    The Patient Is All Killer, No FillerSteve Carell and Domhnall Gleeson deliver strong performances in a thought-provoking thriller that succeeds by keeping its focus narrow.
  24. cheat sheet
    Close-Reading Lord of the Rings With the Creatives Behind The Rings of PowerThe most expensive TV show ever excavates Tolkien’s supplementary materials to piece together an epic about the Second Age of Middle-earth.
  25. fall preview
    GloRilla Means BusinessAll it took was one song for the Memphis rapper to blow up.
  26. fall preview
    41 Albums We Can’t Wait to Hear This FallFrom Kid Cudi to Taylor Swift.
  27. fall preview
    The White Lotus Returns, and the Behavior Is No BetterOn location in Sicily, with a new cast of characters who can’t stand one another.
  28. fall preview
    25 TV Shows We Can’t Wait to See This FallTelevision’s signature season offers a bounty of new series and returning favorites.
  29. a twenty-four
    Every A24 Movie, RankedNeon lights, creepy birds, white people rapping — the studio spawned an aesthetic universe. Here are the good, bad, and vibe-y.
  30. a twenty-four
    The Cult of A24Since 2012, the studio has bred superfans, dropped swag, and perfected a singular house style. It’s also teetering on the verge of self-parody.
  31. let’s do it again
    The 102 Best Movie Sequels of All TimeWho in the world wanted a Top Gun sequel? Not even Tom Cruise, but that didn’t stop Maverick from getting made and soaring in our ranks.
  32. first person
    The Voice of New York Is DrillIt’s the most captivating sound the city has heard in decades — and also the most misunderstood. Here, 19 NY drill artists set the record straight.
  33. guides
    The Drill Songs to KnowA mini genre primer.
  34. profile
    The Tragedy of Jayquan McKenleyHe wanted to be a drill star. He became a symbol in a culture war instead.
  35. music
    What Is the Sound of Drill?Brrrrrrrrrrap. Bang! Bam! Pow!
  36. wild at heart
    A Little Help From Their FriendsBackstage with Sharon Van Etten, Angel Olsen, and Julien Baker on the must-see indie tour of the year.
  37. movie review
    Run Me Over, Bullet TrainDavid Leitch’s film is all manipulation and extended cinematic sleight of hand. It begs you to surrender logic and simply enjoy it.
  38. performance study
    The Making of Silent BruceBruce Willis was a fast-talking lead who became a man-of-few-words star. Which made his mental decline that much harder to notice.
  39. profile
    Maria Bakalova Never Dreamed of Doing ComedyBut upstaging Borat has a way of changing your life.
  40. album review
    Beyoncé’s Sequined RevolutionRenaissance, a love letter to Black queer innovators, comes at a precarious moment in history.
  41. superlatives
    Usher on His Most Enduring and Misunderstood Music“It’s a sore spot for me. I ain’t even lying.”
  42. backstories
    What You Can and Can’t See in Nope“A true point of view is where you just see enough but are yearning to see more,” says the film’s cinematographer on three key visual choices.
  43. tv review
    Only a Star Could Make The Last Movie StarsEthan Hawke’s docuseries about Joanne Woodward and Paul Newman unearths a potent portrait of celebrity.
  44. encounter
    Beeple’s Post-NFT ChapterThe digital artist made a pile of money on NFTs before the crypto market crashed. Now he has his eyes on the art world.
  45. album review
    Lizzo Is Hedging Her BetsSpecial seems invested in uplifting everyone in earshot but anxious to secure its slice of the pop radio market share.
  46. movie review
    Nope Is Jordan Peele’s Darkest Horror Comedy to DateIn Jordan Peele’s thrilling new movie, Daniel Kaluuya and Keke Palmer are willing to risk death to get something on camera.
  47. screen time
    TVs Are Too Good NowWhy does Home Alone look better than the latest Marvel fare on the most advanced displays?
  48. gallery
    Bradley Cooper As BernsteinOn the town and on the set with the biopic version of Lenny.
  49. video game review
    Stray Takes a Cat’s Eye View of Cyberpunk DystopiaThe new perspective is adorable, but only scratches the surface.
  50. profile
    Doechii to the Front of the ClassThe rapper from Tampa is about to be everywhere.
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