Let's travel back in time.
Tell us which novel you loved on the big screen.
Does watching the movie count?
Before you die, make sure you get one of these inked on yourself.
The new "Fergalicious."
Prove yourself, old sport.
"So we beat on, boats against the current, borne back ceaselessly into the past."
What if Edward Scissorhands had been gay?
You've never seen anything like this before.
You aspire to have an oil painting of yourself hanging in your home one day.
Some themes transcend continents.
In honor of the book's 90th anniversary.
The author didn't really love To Kill A Mockingbird.
Snapchat just got literary.
It was the best of Yik Yak, it was the worst of Yik Yak.
“In vain have I struggled. It will not do. My feelings will not be repressed. You must allow me to tell you how ardently I admire and love you.” —Mr. Darcy, Pride & Prejudice.
Dicken a box.
Put a famous person on it!
You haven't read that, bro, so don't put it in your dating profile.
Or why it is (probably) going to be a very good night for Gravity.
It's the ultimate sartorial Sophie's choice! Beware: Spoilers ahead if you're not caught up on these films and shows!
Good news, Oscar completists: You can watch several of this year's nominated films without getting off your couch. Now updated with six Best Picture nominees!
Jordan Belfort isn't even the worst of 'em. SPOILER ALERT if you haven't seen many of his movies.
Some of the year's lousiest movies and TV shows were the ones we were looking forward to the most.
Iron Man 3, Fast & Furious 6, and Man of Steel were always going to be hits, and no one thought R.I.P.D. was going to do well — but sometimes the summer movie season can truly surprise you.
Been meaning to dress up your Kindle? This post has you covered.
You probably SparkNoted these books before, but now's your chance to read them.
The first step is admitting the problem. Hollywood's crippling CGI addiction is getting embarrassing.
The sci-fi sequel's pulled in $84.1 million since Wednesday night — so why isn't that enough to surpass Star Trek?
FromThe Great Gatsby's cast to a gaggle of top models and, um, David Hasselhoff. Quite the eclectic guest list, then.
The cast of The Great Gatsby spoke at the film's opening at Cannes.
The Great Gatsby's $51.1 million box office debut is DiCaprio's second-biggest opening weekend ever.
Starring Leo DeCatrio and Tabby Meowguire. This is the purrfect adaptation of Fitzgerald's novel, featuring Catsby, Cattaway and Bucanine.
The Great Gatsby leading lady would have wowed Nick Carraway years ago.
Plus brutally honest Mad Men Mother's Day cards, the saltiest sandwich in the universe, and a flowchart outlining what everyone thinks they know about The Great Gatsby.
Follow these style cues to look like a million bucks.
And neither can Stephen Colbert — as we learned on the Gatsby-dedicated episode of the Colbert Report. You know who could teach them to read, though? Levar Burton.
Ain't no party like a Great Gatsby party cuz a Great Gatsby party is...(SPOILERS).
The Great American Novel meets the Great American Family in "Arrested Gatsby." (via Bottom Shelf Books)
Sorry, Moulin Rouge fans, it's time to face the music. Before The Great Gatsby hits theaters, let's take a look at the director's past missteps.
Some people really did not like F. Scott Fitzgerald's book.
Sorry, Moulin Rouge haters — it's time to unlock your cold, stone hearts. Before The Great Gatsby opens this weekend, let's take a look at why its director is so great.
The Who's the Boss actor says he grew up reading comics. And, he's a bit of a purist.
Before you see the upcoming movie, here's what you've forgotten since 10th grade (spoilers).
The city has undergone some major changes since the Roaring '20s. RIP old Penn Station.
Plus Metallica's take on the national anthem, an 8-bit Great Gatsby video game, and the heartwarming story of an artist's first gallery show.
Plus a French-language short film starring Sarah Silverman, reading The Great Gatsby in Beijing, and LeVar Burton's new role.
The book was almost called "Gold-Hatted Gatsby" and then you probably wouldn't want to own any of this.
Namely Leonardo DiCaprio.