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Beyond the Infinite—and Back How 2001: A Space Odyssey’s long-lost lunar lander found its way to L.A.’s new Academy Museum of Motion Pictures

Character Study Tourist kitsch and high fashion collide in Mike White’s addictive new series, The White Lotus

Johnny Depp’s Never-Ending Toxic Trail His reputation imperils a movie about how a Japanese chemical company poisoned children in the 1950s

Billy Howle
Alongside The Crown’s Josh O’Connor and Normal People’s Paul Mescal, the actor leads a new generation of self-made stars

Gold Standards Yachts, mansions, Qianlong-dynasty vases … Does anyone live quite as lavishly as these Hong Kong actresses?

Christine Ko The Asian-American actress hails from film royalty, but when it comes to her own career, she’s figuring it out on her own

In Hollywood, He’s in the Driver’s Seat The stunt genius of the Fast & Furious franchise reveals secrets to creating unforgettable car chases

Did a Doomed Love Inspire the Eiffel Tower? It’s a symbol of romance, but the designer was motivated by other emotions

Family Drama Writ Large (and Glamorous) Nancy Mitford’s The Pursuit of Love gets a fresh spin, this time starring Dominic West and Lily James

Jackie Collins Was More than Just Joan’s Sister Her tales of women and power and sex sold half a billion copies in 40 countries. But a new documentary reveals that her own story was even more dramatic

All That, and More A celebration of Leslie Caron, just in time for her 90th birthday

The Belle of Birmingham Bridgerton star Claudia Jessie left school at 14, suffers from severe panic attacks, and got her start working at a comedy club

The Little-Known Genius Behind Midnight Cowboy and Coming Home Jerome Hellman was at the vanguard of Hollywood’s 1970s creative rebellion

Sophie Cookson The British actress got her start in Kingsman when she was just 22. Her latest is a Mark Wahlberg–produced thriller

Arts Highlight: Midnight It’s never too late for the romantic comedy that time forgot

Paula Beer The Berlin Film Festival darling who eschewed drama school for the real thing

When Mildred Met Sally How did American college dropout Mildred Gillars become Axis Sally, the voice behind English-language Nazi propaganda during W.W. II?

June 1, 2021

Why Cruella Is This Year’s Most Stylish Film Emma Stone and Emma Thompson face off in 1970s London, as punk takes on couture

Halston’s Halcyon Days The mononymous American designer behind Jackie Kennedy’s pillbox hat gets the ending he deserves in Ryan Murphy’s new series

Call His Agent! The French talent agent who turned his frustrations into a hit TV series

When the Little Tramp Returned to America In 1972, 20 years after Charlie Chaplin was forced into exile, the man who helped invent Hollywood came to a garden party in Los Angeles. Everyone was there