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After Hours: The Oral History of a Cult Classic

With his career on the ropes, Martin Scorsese fought his way back to the top with a low-budget, surreal black comedy, set in New York’s gritty downtown scene

Lola Tung

The actress returns to her starring role in Amazon’s hit series The Summer I Turned Pretty with the added weight of millions of viewers

A Very British Scandal-Maker

Sam McAlister, the longtime BBC producer who persuaded Prince Andrew to do that car-crash interview, tells all

Sinatra in the Jungle

On the 70th anniversary of Mogambo, John Ford’s 1950s adultery epic set in Africa, a behind-the-scenes look at its stars—Grace Kelly, Clark Gable, and Ava Gardner, married to Frank Sinatra at the time

Grace Edwards

The young actress steps into Wes Anderson’s pastel world to play a young botanist in Asteroid City

Written in the Stars

The seven-time Oscar-nominated writer-director Wes Anderson has made the funniest, most heartfelt, and most poignant film of his career

Laya DeLeon Hayes

For her latest role, the young actress stars in The Angry Black Girl and Her Monster, a modern twist on Frankenstein

On Targets

In 1968, Peter Bogdanovich directed his first film, about what was then an uncommon event: a mass shooting. It haunted him to the end

The Show Won’t Go On

A screenwriter’s dispatch from the Writers Guild of America picket line

I Don’t Know How She Does It

Sally Wainwright, the creator of the hit British crime drama Happy Valley, captures the female experience like no other

The Many Lives of Alain Delon

Claudia Cardinale, Paul Schrader, Shirley MacLaine, and others reflect on the genius, charm, and enduring influence of an icon of French cinema

Nick Pinkerton

A fixture of New York’s downtown film scene discusses writing the script for The Sweet East, starring Euphoria heartthrob Jacob Elordi, which premieres at the Cannes Film Festival

And God Created Brigitte

“Idiotic” is how French bombshell Brigitte Bardot describes a new six-part TV series depicting her life

Beating the System

When every studio in Hollywood passed on Apocalypse Now, Francis Ford Coppola—the most successful movie director on the planet—became an independent filmmaker

A Cavalcade of Depravity

Shakespearean actors, Penthouse Pets, 3,000 Roman costumes, 450 gallons of fake blood, and Gore Vidal. Was Caligula the most ambitious porno ever made—or the raunchiest historical epic?

Sinqua Walls

For the remake of White Men Can’t Jump, the actor takes on Wesley Snipes’s classic role

India Ria Amarteifio

The star of Shonda Rhimes’s latest, a prequel to her hit Bridgerton series, reveals how she channels Queen Charlotte


A new documentary reveals how Pop-art founder Roy Lichtenstein made millions, while the comics artists he copied remained penniless. Was he a genius or a thief?

Zoe Lister-Jones

In her new TV series, Slip, the actress, writer, and director plays a woman whose orgasms send her traveling through time


A new two-part French adaptation of The Three Musketeers, with Vincent Cassel, Eva Green, Romain Duris, François Civil, and Vicky Krieps, brings the classic tale to a fresh audience

Slam Dunk

Ben Affleck directs a career-making film with an unlikely star: a Nike sneaker

The Hits Keep Coming

After the success of Unorthodox, its co-creator Anna Winger returns to Netflix with Transatlantic, a black comedy about World War II–era refugees

Working for the Kid

Did Bob Evans save Paramount in the 1970s? You bet your ass he did. So how come the Academy never gave him his due?

Hers for the Taking

Sixteen years after securing the film rights to All Quiet on the Western Front, a former professional triathlete could be on her way to Oscar glory