Critics are mostly raving about 'Folklore,' Taylor Swift's surprise new album written and recorded in quarantine.
Directed and co-written by Dave Franco, "The Rental" features Dan Stevens and Alison Brie in a disappointing horror-drama hybrid about a getaway weekend.
The novelist and essayist's slim new collection, "Intimations," probes our COVID-19 reality as well as her own gifts, blind spots and vulnerabilities.
Quetzal singer Martha Gonzalez's "Chican@ Artivistas: Music, Community, and Transborder Activism in East Los Angeles" is both a manifesto and a heartfelt memoir.
A Republican congressman insulted Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez with a slur most women have heard all too often. Her response was a welcome challenge.
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One thing we know for sure about this year's Emmy nominations — there's going to be more of them.
Film critic Justin Chang welcomes 'Die Hard' cinematographer Jan de Bont to the Ultimate Summer Movie Showdown
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In honor of the band's 10th anniversary, we compiled One Direction's most memorable musical moments, starting, of course, with "What Makes You Beautiful."