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Noémie Merlant

The French actress is breaking into Hollywood the same way she stormed Paris from the provinces

A New Gold Mine for Movie-Lovers

Fun City Editions gives fans access to long-out-of-circulation treasures

Simon Rex

The former MTV V.J. went from a botched Good Will Hunting audition to a failed rap career. His new film, Red Rocket, is something of a comeback

The Robin Hood of Art

How did a British taxi driver abscond with a Goya masterpiece through a National Gallery toilet window? A new film starring Helen Mirren and Jim Broadbent has the answer

The Greatest Showman

With a combined box office of $27 billion from his films, 73-year-old Samuel L. Jackson is the highest-grossing actor of all time—and maybe the most outspoken

All About Andy

The former editor of Warhol’s Interview magazine on what Ryan Murphy’s new Netflix series, The Andy Warhol Diaries, gets right and wrong

Jayme Lawson

Since graduating from Juilliard, the young actress has gone from an Off Broadway performance to The Batman. Next up: a young Michelle Obama

Medieval Chivalry for the Modern World

Director Joe Wright’s new anti-musical musical adaptation of Cyrano de Bergerac has shades of his own off-screen love triangle

Isabel May

Ahead of Sunday’s 1883 finale, the Hollywood starlet looks onward

Jessica Plummer

She went from singing at the Victoria’s Secret fashion show to sharing the screen with Nicole Kidman. Now the actress takes a starring role in The Girl Before

Renate Reinsve

The actress stars in Joachim Trier’s The Worst Person in the World, Norway’s Oscar submission, which just earned a place on the Best International Feature Film short list

Death on the Aisle

Given the allegations of rape and sexual assault against lead actor Armie Hammer, is Death on the Nile past its “best before” date?

Re-Inventing Anna

Rachel DeLoache Williams was friends with Anna Sorokin when Sorokin was still “Anna Delvey,” living large on borrowed credit cards. Now she’s watching the fraudster become a star again

Vive la Différence!

The British adaptation of the cult French show Call My Agent! will have just as many Hollywood cameos, but its protagonists are far more buttoned up

Guilt by Orientation

In JFK Revisited: Through the Looking Glass, Oliver Stone continues his three-decade slander of an innocent man—one who, not coincidentally, happened to be gay

Hall of Mirrors

Guillermo del Toro’s Nightmare Alley—now showing in glorious black and white—is a throwback to Hollywood’s golden era, and a film for our times

The Devil’s in the Data

Walter Murch reveals how Francis Ford Coppola’s The Conversation clicked together—and anticipated surveillance capitalism

No, That’s Not a Boom Mike in the Frame. That’s … Tommy

How a grainy sex tape of Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee jump-started the Web—and a Hulu mini-series

Living Large

Peek inside the magnificent English estates that star in The Crown and Bridgerton

Chamberlain Revisited

An acclaimed novelist sets out to redeem Britain’s most reviled prime minister and negotiates a Netflix film starring Jeremy Irons along the way

Sophie Thatcher

At just 21, the Yellowjackets star turns to the Force with a part in The Book of Boba Fett

Denée Benton

The Broadway star goes back to her TV roots with Julian Fellowes’s The Gilded Age

His Last Picture Show

My Year with Peter Bogdanovich

Dirty Rotten Scandal

A “headless” man, a woman in pearls, louche aristocrats, a vast estate, early revenge porn, and one of the most shocking trials of postwar London. Now it’s a new mini-series starring Claire Foy and Paul Bettany