Dev Patel On The Humanism in 'Hotel Mumbai'
'Even if a character is firing a gun,' he says, 'it's not a 'cool' moment. The idea of radicalized young men unloading AK47s on masses of people is shocking.'
Sounds Like Teen Spirit
The creators of Broadway's newest hit musical thought their show was dead in 2015. Rabid young champions of the cast album proved them wrong.
An Oral History of 'Broad City'
The creators and their collaborators—Amy Poehler, Kelly Ripa, Hannibal Buress and others—talk about the early days, the classic episodes and the show's legacy.
Colin Quinn Hates Both Sides in 'Red State, Blue State'
In his new one-man show, the comedian offers a solution to a divided America: skewer everyone.
Songs in the Key of Life
Nearly a year after the Parkland, Florida, shooting, Melody Herzfeld talks about how her students—including founding members of the Never Again movement—endured and healed through the power of song.
'Crashing:' Judd Apatow and Pete Holmes Tackle #MeToo
An upcoming Season 3 episode addresses entrenched male bias in the comedy world: "I don't know that I've always been as sensitive to people's feelings when I write," says Apatow.
'Roma' Star Yalitza Aparicio Talks Representation
Director Alfonso Cuarón's "Roma," now with 10 Oscar nominations, is a story of personal and national loss in 1970s Mexico that continues to resonate today.
SyFy's 'The Magicians' Co-Creator on Season 4
Talking monsters, trying to 'live with problems that can't be perfectly solved' and the potential for more Eliot and Quentin.
Catherine O'Hara Talks 'Schitt's Creek' Season 5
Step one: Consult dictionaries for Moira's "arcane vocabulary."
Bryan Cranston on 'The Upside'
"Why don't disabled actors have more opportunities to be able to be play characters who are disabled? It's good to have that conversation," said actor Bryan Cranston.
Don Cheadle Goes Back to the '80s for 'Black Monday'
In this new dark comedy, the actor introduces an overlooked (and equally reprehensible) wolf of Wall Street.
The Resurrection of 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine'
The "Nine-Nine" is back, baby! But was it every really gone?
How to Make America Great—Finally
Artists, activists, policymakers—and a president—weigh in on how to live a fearless life in the Trump era
Melissa McCarthy, Drama Queen
The acclaimed comedian gets serious as the literary forger Lee Israel in 'Can You Ever Forgive Me?' Says the actress, "There's no difference in how I prepare."
'On the Basis of Sex' Writer Had an Inside Edge
In writing a screenplay about a Supreme Court justice, it helps to be her nephew.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg Gets Her Biopic
The movie's screenwriter, Daniel Stiepleman, is the nephew of the Supreme Court justice. He got a lot of notes.
'Mary Poppins Returns' Mixes Old and New
Looking to re-create that practically perfect magic from 1964, the creators of 'Mary Poppins Returns' went back to the source.
The 50 Best Performances of 2018
This year's best performances provided large helpings of humor, hope and humanity—just when we needed them most.
'Good Place' Star Jameela Jamil's Inner Tahani
"I've received wonderful erotic fan-fiction," says Jameel. "They get sent to me every day, and I read all of them."
Tony Shalhoub Gets No Respect
After eight years playing an OCD detective, the Emmy-winning actor lets it all hang out as the Amazon hit's fuming patriarch.
The Something-for-Everyone 2018 Books Gift Guide
Our time-tested, foolproof strategy for the holidays: When in doubt, buy a book.
Peter Farrelly Gets Serious With 'Green Book'
The film, which stars Viggo Mortensen and Oscar-winner Mahershala Ali, won the audience award at the Toronto Film Festival.
Bryan Cranston Is Mad as Hell In 'Network' on Broadway
The play didn't need much adaptation "because the problems of 1976 are the same problems we have today."
How Starz's 'Outlander' Became a Juggernaut
For one thing: "It's the hottest sex on TV," says a female fan.
How Hasan Minhaj Followed His Dreams
Hasan Minhaj was told there was no place in stand-up for an Indian-American Muslim. His response? "I'm not asking for my dignity. I'm taking it on my terms."
Frédéric Lagrange Captures 17 Years of Mongolia
With their deep attachment to the spirit of the land, Mongolia's nomadic herders continue to live as they have for centuries. French photographer Frédéric Lagrange documents their lives in his new book, "Mongolia."
Jill Soloway Reflects on 'Transparent' in New Memoir
In "She Wants It," Soloway tells the story of the hit Amazon show—from the beginning to its messy end.
HBO's 'The Sentence' Reveals Broken Justice System
Through one woman's story, the HBO documentary shows the ramifications of a Reagan-era policy Jeff Sessions hopes to continue
Twins Reunite After Seeing 'Three Identical Strangers'
Michele Mordkoff had no idea she was a twin—until she saw the summer hit.
'Murphy Brown' Returns, Ready to Take on Trump
Fans on social media were asking, What would Murphy say about this? So English revived her newsroom sitcom. "It was the idea of being relevant that really changed my mind," she says.