The only thing that Leonardo DiCaprio might love more than having a girlfriend half his age and beach volleyball is dinosaurs, as evidenced by his existing collection of their skeletons, which may soon grow… by a lot.
The Golden Age of Slashers from 1978–1984 brought on an onslaught, crowded with copycats that sought to recapture the glory of Carpenter’s instant classic. Though the category may have waned in popularity shortly after, it still remained a horror fixture, reinventing itself time and time again.
Late night is the ship of Theseus: The hosts have changed, the writers have changed, and for the most part, it's neither produced nor viewed late at night anymore.
From "Frankenstein" to Freddy, the movie moments that formed the genre (and our nightmares).
Brockhampton is not your typical 13-member genre-defying rap collective–slash–multimedia empire.
Since April, she's been the cartoonist behind "Nancy," cranking out shockingly funny material. Virtually nothing is known about Jaimes, so it came as a surprise when she agreed to an extended, unmediated phone interview.
Last spring, Anglophiles got word of TV news that likely elicited eye rolls and a bit of head-scratching: Freeform announced its adaptation of the popular British sci-fi dramedy Misfits.
Remember the 2000s, when reality TV was new and nobody knew what was going on?
In the years since the "Sex and the City" finale, Julie Rottenberg says, the writers still constantly emailed each other sharing their various mortifications, and the subject line is often: "If only we still had a show..."
New York Magazine art critic Jerry Saltz has a foolproof guide to enjoying the famous New York art museum in peace.
A Q&A with Chris Ritter, an artist who uses the Notes app to sketch.
The Jeopardy! icon on retirement, his legacy and why knowledge matters.
"TVTV" ended up in the midst of comedy-royalty years before they or anyone else knew it.
Long a staple of television, the technique has gained traction in recent years as an antidote to the kind of smash-cut film editing that first became popular in the '90s before passing into cliché.
"Our main goal was really just to crack each other up."
I have come to the conclusion that Jim Halpert probably doesn't exist. Like, I want him to exist more than anything so we can get married ASAP literally anywhere at all. In a ditch? Sure. Outside a gas station? Okay.
The actor on his most important work, why he's not actually "intense," and show business integrity.
The "Homecoming" and "If Beale Street Could Talk" star is, quite literally, dominating screens this fall.
The new allegation against Weinstein — who has been accused by Manhattan prosecutors of sexually assaulting three women — comes in a civil lawsuit against the disgraced movie producer.
2018 is two months from over, and the year has seen plenty of films worthy of great praise — and breaking box-office history.