Jan 9, 2017 2:22PM ET
The awards-show stage is a time-honored setting for advocacy. Sunday’s version, however, found Hollywood advocating for itself.
Jan 9, 2017 12:14PM ET
Lawmakers in Texas, Kentucky, and Virginia are the latest to propose legislation that replicates North Carolina’s controversial law—despite the risk of backlash.
Jan 9, 2017 11:36AM ET
Who is Eurus, and what does she want with the Holmes brothers?
Jan 9, 2017 7:00AM ET
Damien Chazelle’s film is a self-aware throwback—one that portrays the limits of worshiping the past.
Jan 9, 2017 12:11AM ET
The Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling-starring musical was a record winner of the night, though Moonlight took the final Best Picture trophy.
Jan 8, 2017 2:03PM ET
The former Iranian president who died Sunday was viewed as a reformer in a country where conservatives have held political sway since the 1979 Islamic revolution.
Jan 8, 2017 7:00AM ET
The Running Man, based on the Stephen King novel, is a not-very-good movie that did a pretty good job of anticipating some of the realities of the year we just entered.
Jan 7, 2017 8:00AM ET
Highlights from seven days of reading about arts and entertainment
Jan 7, 2017 6:00AM ET
Jim Jarmusch’s new film stars Adam Driver as a bus-driving poet.
Jan 6, 2017 5:04PM ET
Multiple agencies have confidently concluded that Russian hackers intended to hurt Clinton and help Trump, but it’s unlikely to persuade skeptics.
Jan 6, 2017 4:30PM ET
Did Moscow influence the U.S. election? Who else has been hacked? Could the CIA be wrong?
Jan 6, 2017 4:10PM ET
A roundup of our recent writing on arts and entertainment
Jan 6, 2017 2:56PM ET
The HBO documentary is a charming, poignant snapshot of the late actresses and their complex relationship.
Jan 6, 2017 2:15PM ET
The combative rap duo’s jumbo-sized third album sees the world catching up with their say-anything, burn-it-all-and-start-again style.
Jan 6, 2017 12:36PM ET
The Daily Show resurrected Luther, the character who promises to tell Americans what the president is really thinking—but gave the president himself the last word.
Jan 6, 2017 11:10AM ET
Martin Scorsese’s new film about Christian missionaries in 17th-century Japan is a powerful work that is in part undone by the director’s own passion.
Jan 6, 2017 8:43AM ET
Why would four suspects in Chicago broadcast the torture of a man on Facebook Live?
Jan 5, 2017 4:59PM ET
Views of the WikiLeaks founder have shifted as American partisans project their own priorities onto him.
Jan 5, 2017 4:04PM ET
The influence of Game of Thrones is palpable in this edgy new network drama.
Jan 5, 2017 11:57AM ET
Journalists keep invoking Nate Parker’s rape case when discussing the sexual-harassment lawsuits against the Manchester by the Sea star. But the comparison does more harm than good.
Jan 5, 2017 7:00AM ET
The OA, Westworld, Stranger Things, and other recent works toy with the idea of multiple realities—and bring the thrill of new religion.
Jan 5, 2017 6:00AM ET
The BBC show seems to have difficulty fitting female characters into its universe. But it isn’t Arthur Conan Doyle’s fault.
Jan 4, 2017 4:55PM ET
The president-elect’s dismissal of intelligence assessments may say less about the facts they offer than about a conclusion he’s loath to accept.
Jan 4, 2017 7:00AM ET
The author Emily Ruskovich discusses the uncanny restraint of Alice Munro and the art of starting a short story.
Jan 4, 2017 6:00AM ET
Star Trek returns, Girls concludes, winter comes to Game of Thrones, and streaming TV continues its steep climb.
Jan 3, 2017 5:00PM ET
In 1968, Richard Nixon torpedoed LBJ’s peace negotiations in Vietnam, newly revealed documents show—presaging today’s tension between President Obama and President-elect Trump.
Jan 3, 2017 2:05PM ET
The season 21 premiere of the reality dating show presented a former villain, looking for love.
Jan 3, 2017 1:05PM ET
Her botched New Year’s performance had something for everyone.
Jan 3, 2017 12:26PM ET
There will be sequels, superheroes, and Star Wars, but there’s plenty more on the horizon, too.
Jan 3, 2017 12:02PM ET
The president-elect mildly scolded Republicans for gutting a watchdog, without fully condemning the move—and then gets credited for their reversal of course.