Meet Elizabeth Wood: The White Girl Behind White Girl

New York 'was quite a traumatic time, and I needed to figure out how to make a movie.'

The Light Between Oceans: How Much Would It Cost To Be A Sad Lighthouse Keeper Living In Isolation?

Starting with the beautiful and extravagantly unafforadble knitwear

Weiner: Self-Control, Dick Pics, And How History Repeats Itself

The Weiner doc is an unresolved portrait of a man and a relationship in crisis. His latest scandal is the resolution the movie lacks.

The Adult Silliness Of Young Frankenstein

'Destiny! Destiny! No escaping death for me!'

Fiona Apple, This World Is (And Was) Bullshit

About that VMAs acceptance speech

Bette Midler Hosts, Cyndi Lauper Shines, Mannequins Are Set On Fire: Liveblogging The ’84 VMAs

In honor of the 32nd VMAs, a person who wasn't alive in 1984 live-blogs the very first ones

Dressing The Best-Dressed Cast On TV: A Q&A With The Get Down Costume Designer, Jeriana San Juan

It helps to have hip-hop pioneer Grandmaster Flash as one of your consultants.

When Did Meryl Streep Start Trolling Us? An Investigation

Florence Foster Jenkins is the latest troll in a long line of expertly crafted trolls

Which Disgusting Premise Should Be The Sausage Party Sequel?

Tonight we're gonna Colostomy Party like it's 2060

Baz Luhrmann: The Surrealist, Futurist, Absurdist Director Is Devoted To Fantasy

In a Baz Luhrmann creation, it’s sometimes hard to tell if what you’re watching is good or bad

Celebrating The 10th Anniversary Of Step Up, The Sexiest Family-Friendly Dance Movie Of The Decade

A perfect time capsule of 2006

The Winter Olympics Are Better Than The Summer Olympics Because Of The Constant Threat Of Death

Swimming? Gymnastics? Child's play.

Censoring Carol: Why You Can’t See Two Women Kiss On A Plane

Delta's decision to cut all kissing scenes from Carol is just another reminder that your right to public space depends on the comfort of casual observers

Little Men, Big Movie: Director Ira Sachs On Friendship, Fatherhood, And Finding Your Way In New York

"I wanted to make a movie that my kids can love."

Kids Are At The Center Of Stranger Things, Little Men

Why movies and TV are suddenly focusing on that awkward pre-teen moment

Principals On Vice Principals: What The Show Gets Right And Ridiculous, According To Two Real-Life Principals

Competitive faculty, swearing, and a principal doing meth inside his office: Maybe HBO’s new show isn’t far from reality after all?

Beaches, Please

Imagine the remake of the '80s classic hinging on read receipts instead of letters

What Happened To Miss Cleo?

When it comes to the iconic television psychic, “People are going to believe what they want to believe.”

On The Handmaid’s Tale, The Dystopian Genre, And The Black Heroine

When will Hollywood realize that black women are the ones rewriting the future of women’s lives in America?

To Future Idiot Filmmakers Everywhere, Werner Herzog Has Some Advice For You

Herzog's five-hour MasterClass in filmmaking basically amounts to: Don't be mediocre and don't be stupid

The Winona Ryder Comeback Is Finally Here, Again

The drought is over

Frankie and Johnny Is Garry Marshall’s Most Underrated Film

Why the 1991 misery-loves-company rom-com was Marshall's best movie

An Absolutely Fabulous Viewing Guide To Prepare for Ab Fab: The Movie

Here's how to bingewatch your way into fluency in the AbFab universe

Paul Feig, From TV Freaks To Summer Blockbusters

The 'Ghostbusters' director has come a long way from his early struggles to helming the season's most talked-about movie.