She’s not the biggest star in Hollywood, but by flipping the usual career arc — and career expectancy — for leading women of a certain age, she may be one of the most important.
The actress, now 81, reflects on her career in an interview with WYNC’s Death, Sex, Money podcast. It’s amazing.
It’s plastic surgery shaming, yes, but also about how we think Renée Zellweger is supposed to age.
Breaking down why we’re actually dismissive of all things pumpkin spice.
Returning to the incredible sensory memories of church — and the feel of religion without evangelism.
David Fincher’s film, based on Gillian Flynn’s novel, doesn’t so much bring the “Cool Girl” polemic to the masses as dilute its scathing argument. Warning: This post contains MAJOR SPOILERS if you have not read or seen Gone Girl.
Chinese-American actress Anna May Wong was a trailblazer despite the openly racist industry in which she worked. Remembering her story and contemplating how much things have changed.
How a decades-long blind spot culminated in the “Angry Black Woman.”
Why we swipe the way we swipe.
Engineered to be the teen-movie equivalent of the mid-’90s alt-rock zeitgeist, Empire Records flopped in the theaters, only to become a cult classic a generation later. For the first time, the people who made the movie talk about how it came together, why it bombed, and how it found its second life.
Why Jennifer Lawrence’s “dirty” photos shouldn’t — and probably won’t — make you think differently about her.
From Franny and Zooey to The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay.
Cliff Martinez, the composer responsible for the sound of Drive, Spring Breakers, and now The Knick, spoke to BuzzFeed about how he created the series’ surprising sound.
Lauren Bacall, nicknamed “The Look,” was one of the last remaining vestiges of the golden age of Hollywood — with the mythology, unique beauty, and gravitas of all classic stars. In the wake of her death, this is how her legacy came to be and how it will live on.
Steven Soderbergh’s new Cinemax series The Knick, starring Clive Owen, is a gorgeous medical drama about when surgery was more like butchery.
Living with another man doesn’t “prove” that you’re gay.
The new Starz series, based on Diana Gabaldon’s hit novels, offers one of the most committed, complicated portrayals of women on television — and there’s no reason men shouldn’t be watching too.
“I hear ‘Game Stop’ and I may as well just hear ‘fap fap.’”
How a lawyer from the San Fernando Valley created a gossip empire and transformed himself into the most feared man in Hollywood, all by breaking a few long-held rules and, as rumor has it, lording over a notorious vault full of career-threatening secrets.
Bong Joon-ho’s dystopian masterpiece ought to be the film that everyone’s talking about this summer, just like Spielberg’s Jaws in 1975. So what went wrong? Warning: Spoilers for Snowpiercer ahead.