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10.30.18

Zoe Kravitz Opens Up About Being Sexually Harassed On Set

In an interview with Rolling Stone, the actress shared her "very uncomfortable" experience with an unnamed director.

5.6.18

Donald Glover Debuts Two New Childish Gambino Songs on SNL

"This Is America" and "Saturday" are the multi-talented Glover's first new songs since 2016's critically acclaimed 'Awaken, My Love!'

5.4.18

Listen to Rae Sremmurd's New Triple Album 'SR3MM'

Rae Sremmurd have released their long awaited triple album 'SR3MM,' which also comprises Slim Jxmmi and Swae Lee's solo albums 'Jxmtro' and 'Swaecation.'

3.30.18

Horoscopes Are Deadly in Neon-Soaked Murder Mystery 'Gemini'

We talked to Lola Kirke, John Cho, and Aaron Katz about creating the seedy celebrity world of their new film.

3.22.18

Zoë Kravitz and Lola Kirke Are Electrifying in the Queer Thriller 'Gemini'

The actors share a borderline-obsessive friendship in the neo-noir about Hollywood, love, and murder.

12.8.17

'Big Little Lies' Is Coming Back for a Second Season

Reese Witherspoon and Nicole Kidman are still starring and producing, and the show is tapping Andrea Arnold to direct.

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6.22.17

'Rough Night' Is a Monumental Portrayal of Queer Women On-Screen

This is a bona fide big budget Hollywood comedy from a major studio that doesn't screw up how it portrays its lesbian leads. And that left me in tears.

1.22.17

What Musicians Were Wearing and Sharing on Instagram This Week 1/22

Chalk another one up for the Stevie Wonder conspiracy theorists.

8.28.16

What Musicians Were Wearing and Sharing on Instagram This Week 8/28

Taylor Swift gets to be friends with a koala and it's our lot in life to just watch that play out on social media.

8.16.16

Sundance Next Fest Is the Film and Music Anti-Festival You've Been Dreaming of

Think the Park City fest’s cool younger sibling, with a better record collection.

4.8.16

Adam Green's Psychedelic 'Aladdin' Is a Handmade Labor of Love

An exclusive look at how a group of friends and lovers, including Macaulay Culkin, Alia Shawkat, Zoe Kravitz, and Natasha Lyonne, made the version of 'Aladdin' you never knew you needed.

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