Monty Python's Michael Palin Explains Why He's Obsessed with a Mysterious Boat
In his new book, the travel writer and comedian explores the history of the HMS Erebus, which was missing for over a century.
‘Burning’ Is the Angry as Hell Movie We Need Right Now
A conversation with Steven Yeun and director Lee Chang-dong about South Korea, Donald Trump, and why young people are so pissed off right now.
How Hans Zimmer Makes Movie Scores You Remember
We sat down to talk to the prolific composer about how he made the 21st century’s most memorable scores, from Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy to his work with Steve McQueen.
Saudi's First Female Filmmaker on Fighting the World to Find Your Own Voice
Haifaa al-Mansour tackles sexism and the intellectual dismissal of women in her new film about the mother of sci-fi, "Mary Shelley."
The 90th Oscars Proved Hollywood Still Has a Long Way to Go
If Frances McDormand's speech was a step in the right direction, Gary Oldman's wasn't.
The Hits and Misses of the 2018 Golden Globes
A night of triumph, stars taking a stand, and uncomfortable hypocrisies.
'I, Tonya' and the Female Perspective in True-Crime Stories
The Tonya Harding biopic and other recent works have changed how we consume stories about women.
'The Shape of Water' Is a Dreamy, Delightful Masterpiece
Guillermo del Toro's latest uses music to help others speak when they simply can't.
We May Never Know the Truth Behind Tommy Wiseau and 'The Room'
'The Disaster Artist' exists somewhere between a few separately told truths. Is that a good thing?
Evil Dead Is the Best Horror Franchise, Ever
And the return of 'Ash vs. Evil Dead' only further cements that.
Somehow, 'The Interview' Is Relevant Now
James Franco and Seth Rogen's North Korea–focused buddy comedy is still stupid, but it feels serious too.
There's Still Not Enough Space for Women in Spy Films
'Kingsman: The Golden Circle' takes some small steps away from genre chauvinism, but it's not even close to enough.