Let's get down to business, to guess your fav.
"It's vital for film, TV, and theater to be inclusive of the people who will engage in it, and who will learn to dream from it," the Academy Award-winning actor told BuzzFeed News.
You don't have to like her, but you will respect her.
PASS THE TISSUES, PLEASE.
They're pretty ballin'.
I can't WAIT FOR IT.
Find out if your playlists are more Rory Gilmore or Tom Haverford.
"There are certain things that don't bother me."
"Sometimes you just don't know. You don't know what's going on behind closed doors."
The Baby Daddy star takes our Q&A!
The actor behind Sookie says she was never asked to return, but creator Amy Sherman-Palladino says that if she can be available, she "would write her in and figure it out."
How do taxes work???
Prepare to be amazed.
In 2002, she made history as the first black woman to win an Oscar for Best Actress. But after not seeing more women of color follow in her footsteps, she said, "It’s heartbreaking to start to think maybe it wasn’t bigger than me. ... And I so desperately felt like it was."
It's only the greatest film spectacle of all time.
Someone get him a magic mic.
The perks of being an adorable 9-year-old.
There. Wasn't. Any. Space.
Well, I'm looking for a dream on a mean machine, with hell in his eyes.
The film will be based on The Sandcastle Empire by Kayla Olson.
Flatter me if you already knew this.
We are so blessed.
"These are five people that really, honestly matter to me now."
The Sundance Film Festival winner As You Are presents a sexually fluid trio of teenage characters.
"Happy you can celebrate it too month with a side of ssshhh."
Who can keep up with Rob Kardashian these days?
Oh Rory, how you've grown.
"Friends cannot be neglected."
"Wait, should I apply for this show?"
At long last, we know for sure.
There's a new Oscar Isaac film out — it's called Mojave, and it's in theaters right now. Here's what you need to know about it and some other under-the-radar movies to keep an eye out for, including a beautiful animated Oscar nominee and a Mike Tyson punch-out.
She can't help but say what she's thinking.
Black girl magic is real on television, and it's not just Shonda.
The star of Smash is playing another actor in Roundabout Theatre Company's revival of Noises Off on Broadway. Her character may be different, but Hilty empathizes all the same.
White Girl is ostensibly the story of a college girl who moves to Queens for the cheap rent, hooks up with a Puerto Rican drug dealer, and ruins his life, interspersed with graphic sex and indiscriminate drug use. But it’s actually a trenchant critique of the privilege afforded young, beautiful, white women, and the wreckage they can leave behind.
All hail Queen Keaton.