From a teenage girl’s sexual awakening to gay men in a three-way, from incredibly flexible gymnastic sex to a mother having her way with a teddy bear, the 2015 Sundance Film Festival unabashedly explored areas of human sexuality rarely seen in feature films. Warning: MAJOR SPOILERS!
“We’ve put young boys and men in a straightjacket, forcing them to conform to a construct and disconnect from who they really are,” The Mask You Live In writer-director Jennifer Siebel Newsom told BuzzFeed News.
In The D Train and The Overnight, male sexual fluidity is just a fact of life. Warning: SPOILERS for two upcoming films ahead.
“I think women are gonna love it,” the Knock Knock writer-director told BuzzFeed News at the Sundance Film Festival.
At the Sundance Film Festival’s New Frontier Exhibitions, I flew like a bird, watched giant monsters fight, and met Reese Witherspoon in the woods.
If you’re looking to cast the next live TV musical, you might want to start here. Yes, theater freaks, you know all of this already.
Now that we know the contenders for this year’s Academy Awards, here are the overlooked films, actors, writers, directors, and composers, who deserved more attention.
Now entering its eighth season, Syfy’s special effects makeup reality competition challenges artists to spawn stunning, sometimes horrifying, creatures. During BuzzFeed News’ set visit, judges Ve Neill, Glenn Hetrick, and Neville Page explained what it takes to win.
The Jane the Virgin star said that her Golden Globe win “represents a culture that wants to see themselves as heroes.” Rodriguez’s award is also The CW network’s first ever Golden Globe.
After a slow-burn first season, the San Francisco-set HBO comedy-drama has become an even richer look at gay life. BuzzFeed News talked to the show’s actors and executive producer about the diversity issue, unlikable characters, and what to expect this year. Minor spoilers ahead.
From actors and pop stars to robots and sentient trees, these are the film and TV characters we can’t stop thinking about. Presented in no particular order. WARNING: Spoilers throughout.
Even without the Red Wedding, this was one of the bloodiest years for TV in recent memory. Warning: MAJOR SPOILERS for just about every television series. (Seriously.)
From The Good Wife and Mad Men to Guardians of the Galaxy and Gone Girl, there were television shows and films that the staff of BuzzFeed Entertainment couldn’t stop talking about this year. Let’s get critical!
There were plenty of impressive performances this year, but BuzzFeed Entertainment talked to the stars within about their particularly outstanding acting achievements in 2014.
This year, BuzzFeed Entertainment talked to the people behind some of the biggest projects of the year (like The Hunger Games, American Horror Story, and Serial) and reminisced with others who helped make past favorites (like Friends, Twin Peaks, and Hey Dude). Warning: SPOILERS ABOUND!
From Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen movies to Best Picture winners to Buffy characters and episodes, here are BuzzFeed Entertainment’s rankings from 2014. Ironically, these are presented in no particular order.
From vampires and werewolves to Bigfoot and the Babadook, horror in 2014 was genre-bending and eclectic.
The stage production — based on Victor Hugo’s novel, but with the music of the Disney movie — proves that pushing boundaries can create a much more effective work of art.
When Mitchell Kriegman pitched Clarissa in the early ’90s, Nickelodeon considered the project risky. In an interview with BuzzFeed News, the creator explains how he made it all work — and exploded kids’ TV in the process.