With "Downsizing," the director mines the comedy in the microscopic.
Early in his political career, the interior secretary irked fellow Republicans with his willingness to stand up for conservation. Things have changed.
After a successful year working with Taylor Swift, Pink, Lorde, and St. Vincent, the producer and part-time rock star has claimed the ground once owned by the disgraced Dr. Luke — with a considerably different approach.
The man who released the Pentagon Papers is back with a new book, "The Doomsday Machine."
Sean Baker gained renown for shooting his last film completely on an iPhone. Now, people are calling "The Florida Project" this year's "Moonlight" — a little film built on a big and expansive idea.
Lil Peep, who over the last two years emerged as one of pop music's brightest and most promising young talents, blending the urgency and dexterity of contemporary hip-hop with the raw, serrated sentimentality of emo, died on Wednesday night in Tucson.
The actor was poised to be a major matinee idol. But he wasn't prepared for what happened to him on the set of director Luca Guadagnino's film.
For the "Master of None" star, coming out was not a one-time event that ended with the words, "I'm gay."
Regardless of your thoughts on Bergdahl, watching him speak about his experience is not easy to do, but also quite moving.
"A lot of people think I am from New York. Nothing could be further from the truth."
Anthony Atamanuik of “The President Show” never wanted a Trump victory, but it has been great for his career. Now he must avoid the many pitfalls of mocking the man.
Ware's voice has instilled a devoted following and has made her a critical darling, and it's at the forefront of "Glasshouse," an album that contains her most compositionally ambitious tracks and revealing lyrics yet.
With her BET series, Ms. Thede, former head writer of "The Nightly Show With Larry Wilmore," will be the first black female host in the format in several years.
Coates's eloquent polemics on the black experience in America brought him fame and the admiration of Barack Obama. Here he talks about the rise of white supremacy — and why Trump was a logical conclusion.
Hefner helped bring sex out of the shadows into the mainstream, but he wasn't simply some benevolent Santa Claus of the sexual revolution — accusations of exploitation, rape and abuse followed him for decades.
What really happened when the president's son ditched his security detail.
Wes Copeland seems a little nerdy, but also like a generally good dude. He also seems like he's really, really skilled at "Donkey Kong."
San Francisco's Tim Lincecum was the best pitcher in the league for a stretch and then, almost inexplicably, one of the worst.
He has been called an emissary of Satan and falsely blamed for one of the most notorious shootings in US history. But the singer has never been afraid of outrage. Is that really an excuse, though, to flick our interviewer's testicles?
This profile by Steve Oney from 1986, at the height of Stanton's career, is one to remember him by.
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