Film & TV

Studios want to hire kids with genuine depth like Brad Renfro, but the system in place to protect child actors isn’t equipped for when their lives ...
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Never mind Fox. Trump’s most reliable media mouthpiece is now Christian TV.
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Lucas Mann’s love letter to his wife—and to the jacked-up emotions of reality TV.
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Garnering accolades and a passionate following for her work on breakout shows such as Master of None and The Chi—and appearing in Steven Spielberg’...
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Tiffany Haddish, the breakout star of ‘Girls Trip’ and the upcoming show 'The O.G.', is hilarious. So GQ’s Caity Weaver went whale watching with her.
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Movies like ‘12 Strong’ and ‘The 15:17 to Paris’ exemplify military valor without considering the cost of war.
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"Not only is the motion picture an art, but it is the one entirely new art that has been evolved on this planet for hundreds of years. It is the on...
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The Reckoning

Sean Flynn · Smithsonian 0 words

Thirty years ago, an acclaimed series of documentaries introduced the world to an isolated tribe in Papua New Guinea. What happened when the camera...
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From “Lady Bird” to “Three Tall Women” to a revival of “Roseanne,” the 62-year-old actress is finally showing off the extent of her range.
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Timothée Chalamet, star of 'Call Me by Your Name,' is a generational talent having his first big moment. And GQ's March cover is determined not to ...
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Ryan Coogler’s film is a vivid re-imagination of something black Americans have cherished for centuries — Africa as a dream of our wholeness, g...
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The reality-television competition that began nine years ago has evolved to reflect an era fixated on gender and identity — and the boundary-push...
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How “Cops” became the most polarizing reality TV show in America.
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Kimmel has long been one of late-night's funniest fixtures. Our February 2018 cover talks about how he became its (still funny) conscience, too.
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“Get Out,” his docu-horror-thriller-comedy about race in America, was the movie of the year. What will he show us next?
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Paul Thomas Anderson talks to Zach Baron about his new movie, ‘Phantom Thread’, and what it’s like to direct movies about obsessive, difficult men.
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With a hilarious YouTube series turned full-blown show on Viceland, Trixie Mattel is part of a movement that proves drag isn’t just a niche curiosi...
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Her star turn in ‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ — the first major comedic role in her career — comes at a moment when it’s crucial to reclaim women’s ...
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Pirates and Traders

Emily Witt · n+1 0 words

The traffic in Lagos is famously bad. The local driving culture dictates tailgating, honking, flashing of brights, left turns into oncoming traffic...
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