"The audience loves Peter Parker, the Spider-Man they've got. It's a challenging introduction of a character: Our movie doesn't work if you don't fall in love with Miles Morales."
Whether or not Lady Gaga walks away with Best Actress this year, she has already joined a rarified company.
Although "The Favourite" technically features three co-leads with roughly equal screen time, Olivia Colman has been put forward in the Best Actress category while Rachel Weisz and Emma Stone have duked it out in Supporting.
It's very easy to second-guess the Academy on its Best Picture picks, but all in all, there aren't that many terrible choices.
"There were times I felt really upset and humiliated and embarrassed, and ultimately I just felt terrible this person felt this way," he said.
Online, "to red pill" is to learn that you've been defrauded and misled, that you've bought into a false and diabolical lie, and that your only way out is to obtain true knowledge about the way the world works.
How a 1999 Keanu Reeves movie anticipated (almost) everything about the world of today.
In their new show, "PEN15," Maya Erskine and Anna Konkle play themselves as teens, in horrifying, hilarious detail.
Throughout the 1990s Keanu Reeves created a form of action stardom that no other actor has quite achieved before or since — one predicated less on testing the limits of his body than on highlighting its beauty.
Neo has dysphoria. The Matrix is the gender binary. The agents are transphobia. You get it.
Vulture spoke with J.K. Simmons about playing two different Howard Silks, how hard it is to articulate the process of acting and what it's like to be really, really jacked.
The movie that gave all of us a new way to see (or reject) everything.
The gambit came across as a government-mandated cash grab. A contractual obligation to pay down some serious debt, and fast.
The "Animals" star talks about her own hard-partying phase, how she found balance and self-love, the pilot she’s writing — and why she shaved off all of her hair.
On Monday’s episode of "The Bachelor", during a one-on-one date with Colton Underwood, contestant Caelynn Miller-Keyes sat at one of the franchise's familiar date-night dinner tables and laid out the details of her sexual assault.
From the Beatles to John Frusciante.
Why is TV overwhelmed with detectives and murderers? What is it about crime that’s made it a quintessential TV story from the very beginning?
It feels particularly egregious to see the latest series of ads F*ckJerry has been posting this month... promoting Comedy Central shows.
Heist movies are a dime a dozen, but a truly good movie heist is something you don’t forget.
Life on earth is just as anxiety-ridden for the charmingly neurotic "Good Place" star.