‘I Need That Dress’ and Other Thoughts We Had During the Only Murders in the Building Season 2 Premiere

We’re back at the Arconia, the fireworks are sparkling in Charles Haden-Savage’s imagination, and wouldn’t you know it—more people are dead! Last season’s finale of the hilarious murder-mystery comedy Only Murders in the Building ended, as expected, on a quaint note: Mabel Mora (Selena Gomez) returned to her apartment in the famed Upper West Side […]

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Wim Wenders: ‘With restoration, there’s a danger you can falsify the film’

The German multi-hyphenate on how he’s future-proofing classics like Wings of Desire and Paris, Texas. Wim Wenders is in London accompanying new restorations of a number of his classic movies, in collaboration with Curzon for a season called Kino Dreams. Although he still keeps his hand in as a director, photographer and painter, the German […]

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Emma Thompson Is So Over Hollywood’s ‘Boring Wife Roles’

With a career that’s spanned more than three decades and earned a plethora of awards, including two Oscars, Emma Thompson doesn’t need to play by anyone else’s rules. And while her illustrious resume includes everything from Love Actually to Sense and Sensibility to the Harry Potter franchise, it’s possible that Thompson has never been better […]

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Jenny Mollen and Busy Philipps Get Candid About Instagram Addiction

Courtesy “If you want it, you make it happen,” says Jenny Mollen. “You fucking fight.” True to her words, the writer and actress didn’t take no for an answer when it came to releasing her first-ever novel, City of Likes. In fact, she spent the bulk of the past four years shopping out the social […]

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Sarah Polley Recalls Childhood ‘Terror’ After Chaotic Experience Filming Terry Gilliam’s ‘Baron Munchausen’

By Brent Furdyk. 2 hours ago Sarah Polley is looking back at a formative experience from her childhood in an excerpt from her new collection of essays, Run Towards the Danger. In the excerpt, published in The Guardian, the Canadian actress and director shares her recollections of starring in “The Adventures of Baron Munchausen”, directed by […]

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What Price Hollywood: The Story of A Star is Born

Choose one film to represent the essence of golden-age Hollywood, and George Cukor’s A Star is Born could well be a contender. There’s the glamour of starpacked, floodlit premieres. There’s the sheer punch of Judy Garland’s own pedal-to-the-floor performance, as the band singer who’s taken up by booze-addled matinee idol James Mason, and hits the […]

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Kourtney Kardashian Is Not Happy With How The Kardashians Edited Her and Scott Disick’s Drama

On The Kardashians, the family’s new Hulu reality series, Kourtney Kardashian’s relationship with Travis Barker and the anguish it has caused Scott Disick, her ex-boyfriend and father of her children, have been major plot points. But in the latest episode of the show, Kardashian lamented to her friend Steph Shepherd that, in reality, the Disick […]

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‘It Was Not a Shameful Act’: Rep. Marie Newman on Coming to Terms With Her Abortion

Rep. Marie Newman didn’t expect to share her abortion story with the world. In fact, the Illinois congresswoman—who had an abortion as a 19-year-old college student and went on to defeat one of the last anti-abortion House Democrats in 2020—kept it a secret for decades as she wrestled with feelings of guilt and shame. But […]

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