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Owen Kline

The actor’s directorial debut, a film about a young cartoonist finding his way, reflects his own childhood spent studying comic books and haunting video stores

Fifty Shades of Britain

In England, Channel 4 has brought the dating show to uncharted territory by featuring naked contestants

Child’s Play

For the past 25 years, South Park has been an equal-opportunity offender. One writer can’t get enough

Vivienne Acheampong

With The Sandman, a Netflix adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s comic book, the actress has entered the DC universe

Romy Schneider, Reclaimed and Reframed

How “Germany’s best-known virgin” grew into an actress of skill and intensity

Chase Sui Wonders

The Harvard Lampoon was a crash course in taking criticism. Now the young actress is out in the real world, starring opposite Pete Davidson in A24’s latest

Before January 6, There Was Seven Days in May

J.F.K. was haunted by the book that outlined how a right-wing coup could happen in America. The movie still rivets audiences

What a Glorious Feeling!

Seventy years after Singin’ in the Rain splashed its way through theaters, it remains perhaps the greatest movie musical ever made

Winning Formula

Just like Tom Cruise hurling through the sky with more than twice the g-forces some astronauts endure during rocket launches, it will be real races and real cars for Brad Pitt in the Top Gun: Maverick director’s next film

Candid Camera

Lawrence Osborne reveals the inspiration behind his novel The Forgiven, whose screen adaptation premieres at the Tribeca Film Festival next week

Political Clout

After a nine-year hiatus, the prescient Danish drama Borgen and its lead character, Birgitte Nyborg, have a lot to say

Cruise Control

A Royal Air Force navigator steers us into the Top Gun sequel’s aviation mistakes

The Revolving Staircase

The true story behind the HBO Max drama The Staircase takes yet another disturbing step

Monica Barbaro

Top Gun: Maverick’s sole female pilot talks learning stunts from Tom Cruise

Lucy Boynton

The Bohemian Rhapsody and Politician actress plays a Cold War–era spy in her latest role

A Welcome Russian Invasion

The director and Putin critic Kirill Serebrennikov spent the last few years in detainment. Now he’s back at Cannes with a new film—and a lot more to say about his homeland

Alison Oliver

For her first on-screen role, the Irish actress is cast in Conversations with Friends

Talk of the Town

The team behind Normal People returns with Sally Rooney’s literary debut, Conversations with Friends

Lydia Leonard

The actress reprises Camille Cottin’s role in Ten Percent, the British remake of the hit French show Call My Agent!

Confessions of a 10-Percenter

With the arrival of the English version of Call My Agent!, a real one shares tales of what life is really like behind the screams

Tom Blyth

The British actor went from sidewalk charity campaigner to the star of a new series on Billy the Kid

In the U.K., L.A. Sells

Why do Brits love Selling Sunset, the tacky reality-TV show set in L.A.’s most ostentatious neighborhoods?

Love in the Time of Colanders

On air for 11 seasons, Frasier made David Hyde Pierce a household name, and now he’s back on TV as chef Julia Child’s adoring husband

Noémie Merlant

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