The acclaimed auteur opens up to Nick Schager about his new HBO Max film “Let Them All Talk,” the Warner Bros. news that upended the film industry, and much more.
We get them to talk. We make them cry. And we save anything that Meryl Streep touches.
White “reopen” protesters from California to Germany have paraded the image of Anastácia, a shackled Brazilian slave. It is the height of white appropriation and privilege.
Meryl Streep, Audra McDonald, and Christine Baranski stole the show. But Stephen Sondheim’s online 90th birthday celebration also underscored his genius, and the power of theater.
The new Hulu series “Mrs. America,” starring Cate Blanchett as Phyllis Schlafly, is only the latest flashy project attempting to “humanize” a public menace.
The extraordinarily Nina Hoss (“Phoenix”) opens up to Richard Porton about her latest film, “My Little Sister,” and why her last three films were directed by women.
The 34-year-old Aussie actress is the first person ever to win the porn Oscar for Female Performer of the Year three times in a row. She opens up to Aurora Snow about the feat.