Following his spectacular exit from ‘Chappelle’s Show,’ the comedian is back with a pair of Netflix stand-up specials that show how far he’s come, and how fearless he remains.
Alex Suskind is a writer and editor living in New York City. Most recently, he was the features editor of Moviefone. His work has appeared on Vulture, Complex, Interview, Cosmopolitan, and The Huffington Post.
The Hobbit and Lord of the Rings director talks about leaving the world of J.R.R. Tolkien behind, negative reactions to a female Hobbit character, and his next journey.
The documentary Banksy Does New York is a scrapbook of the British street artist’s headline-grabbing residency in the Big Apple. But what is it that we’re really looking at?
Anjelica Huston on her new memoir, which details her turbulent romance with Jack Nicholson and the alleged violence by former boyfriend Ryan O’Neal.
The only place Louis C.K. can make jokes about orgasms and urination while honoring America’s military.
The must-see ‘Force Majeure,’ which won the Jury Prize in Un Certain Regard at the Cannes Film Festival, follows a family of four on a disastrous skiing trip in the French Alps.
The Source was one of the most influential magazines of its era, until feuds, mismanagement, and a sexual harassment lawsuit threatened to derail everything. A look back at the legacy and future of hip-hop’s most notorious publication.
The Batman and Beetlejuice star is back, this time with one of the best performances of his career, in Birdman. So where has Keaton been the last two decades?
In a film filled with nerve-frying twists and turns, the biggest one of them all may be the terrific performance from the man behind Madea.
In Paul Thomas Anderson’s sprawling caper, Doc is a precursor to Dude Lebowski: a California pothead detective who repeatedly gets his ass kicked.