Beyoncé's new concert film documents the arduous work that goes into showcasing Black culture as well as maintaing the perfection of the singer's brand.
The legendary director claimed his crown as master of the kill, when an American writer became an enthralled eyewitness to a brutal and beautiful crime in The Bird with the Crystal Plumage. Since then, the Italian director has delivered a series of eerie and gory deaths in film after film.
The iconic Italian horror director responsible for cult-classic Suspiria tells us what scares him, how to capture those tricky death scenes, and the ritualistic nature of horror.
Sticking through the madness of Alex Ross Perry's dizzying, bourbon-induced romp, starring Elisabeth Moss and Cara Delevingne, has some payoffs.
The intimidating, and inimitable, French filmmaker tells us about the pivotal relationships in her career — from Agnès Varda to Robert Pattinson.
by Jonah Hill
Everyone's favorite Hollywood siblings sit down to discuss raw emotion, self-actualization, and, more importantly, "The Simpsons."
A new documentary by Penny Lane has our writer fully convinced the Satanic Temple is doing the Lord's — er, the devil's — work.
The 25-year-old actor enjoys meandering the narrow alleys of her native London, as well as the dusty aisles of her favorite bookstore.
The heartthrob jock from "Riverdale" is now set to star opposite Yara Shahidi as the hopelessly romantic male lead in an adaptation of "The Sun Is Also a Star."
by Elton John
The one and only Sir John asks the Golden Globe-winning actor about his star-making turn in Netflix's Bodyguard and the forthcoming biopic, Rocketman.
Lee Pace and His Neighbor, Jessica Lange, Catch Up About Wild Fans, the Wilderness of Empty Hotel Rooms, and Nature Itself
In anticipation of the his upcoming films, "Driven" and "Captain Marvel," Pace met with the actress at his pied-à-terre in New York’s West Village.
Before Nico Parker's first day on the set of Tim Burton’s live-action remake of "Dumbo," the 14-year-old actress got some valuable advice from her mother, Thandie Newton.
With his starring turn in Broadway's "True West" coming to a close, the actor and father fields our questions on God, drugs, and the American Dream.
The stars of Jordan Peele's latest horror film Us confess to being scared of each other both on set and in real life — which is all very funny to them now.