Broadly Pop Culture
Chloë Grace Moretz, star of the thriller "Greta," plays a round of astrology bingo in Broadly’s "Stars Align."
I’m gay, which means two things: One, I hold grudges. Two, I don’t care about some weird dude’s dating life. But here’s what I do care about, a lot: international pop stars and actresses over 40.
The screenwriter behind "Legally Blonde" and "10 Things I Hate About You" explains how you can destroy your protagonist's heart on screen.
"What If This Were Enough?" author and professional advice-giver Heather Havrilesky tells us how to make it through the present doom-filled moment.
The sequel to "Wonder Woman" was pushed back to 2020, but Gal Gadot fan or not, here are a few suggestions to help get your superwoman fix.
As a child, I had a fantasy of the TMNT villain that involved being kidnapped by Shredder and tortured by his exquisite blades—sometimes, I even used my blanket to tie myself up.
The most intriguing part of Meg wasn’t her slender waistline or disproportionate breast size—it was her depth, her wit, her bullheaded resistance to being saved, and her willingness to rebuke masculinity.
The singer, actress, and cultural icon tells Broadly about overcoming life's obstacles and learning to let go of other people's criticisms.
The list is alarmingly short.