"The Dirt" revels in the glam-metal band's darkest hours and legendary debauchery, but reality intrudes on the film's fantasy.
Without much warning, the writer-director of "Get Out" has taken on a key role in the Hollywood hierarchy. But the burden it brings is heavy.
The extension the center fielder is reportedly close to finalizing with the Angels will shatter records, but it doesn't come close to compensating him appropriately for his on-field performance.
The final season of Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney's foul-mouthed romance is so lovely you don't want it to end. That's an increasingly rare feeling in television.
Take a flier on a First Four team. Pick a 2-seed over a 1-seed in the Elite Eight. Don't discriminate against teams that play at a slow tempo. And remember to pick a favorite to win the whole thing.
Apps to track menstruation cycles and fertility are being marketed as tech that helps people take better care of their bodies. But who stands to reap the real benefits?
NFL free agency is in full swing, which means big multiyear deals are flying around. Most savvy fans know that those contracts aren't set it stone. But just how fluid are they? The Ringer analyzed five years' worth of free-agent agreements to see how long they really last — and how much they really pay.
After years of efficiently impressive work, the actor is beginning to transcend his That Guy status.
Pay close attention to the haircuts.
In "The Godfather," oranges foreshadow death. Pie plays a similar role in "Game of Thrones."
It's finally time for a Gen X superhero. Or is it?
In 73,000 scouting reports, there are bound to be a few misses. And in our unprecedented look at a Cincinnati Reds database, we unearthed a handful of players who either overperformed or fell short of their big league projections. We spoke to them to find out why.
From Double Rainbow Guy to the Ellen Selfie to the Dress, let's take a pseudoscientific journey through the past nine years of internet history to determine the single best day to be online.
Savings, investment and credit card debt services are increasingly marketing to younger users. But they might be useless — or even predatory.
HBO's new documentary, which focuses on the accounts of two men who say Michael Jackson molested them when they were children, is a gutting film that tells the worst tale imaginable.
In 2017, the Hall of Fame Louisville coach's career collapsed under a string of scandals, leading to his firing from the school he had coached for 16 years. Now, Pitino is finding himself in Greece, working for a self-styled Bond villain and enjoying a new chapter of his life.
The '90s alt-rock icons ditch their covers shtick and return this week with their self-titled Black Album, their latest spreadsheet-generated offering that won't get fans any closer to Rivers Cuomo and Co.'s true feelings.
Duster was a small, largely forgotten band from the late '90s. Then their legend began to grow on sites like Discogs. Now, they're the subject of a major reissue. The internet made it all possible.
The Fox News talking head was exposed by a liberal historian in a viral clip of an unaired segment taped for Carlson's show, revealing a flaw in the conservative brand of cable news punditry.
It was a "30 Rock" story line, featuring a Tracy Morgan one-man play, a fake necklace and a Whoopi Goldberg cameo, that made the EGOT a cultural touchstone. Here's how that all came together.