The satirical film tells the story of how a progressive grad student becomes an accidental battle rapper and whose success breeds outrage.
When it comes to all things Kingdom Hearts, our feelings toward the franchise are torn.
Will the rapport between the game’s trio of protagonists enough to elevate Mutant Year Zero beyond all of its tactical staples?
Carey’s quasi-optimistic new single is barely worthy of album-track status.
Three years after he hit paydirt and a bonanza of critical acclaim for The Big Short, Adam McKay is back with Vice.
Actors Benicio Del Toro and Josh Brolin, producer Molly Smith, and director Stefano Sollima discuss the film’s function as a spinoff of Sicario.
The song was first teased a year and a half ago during the end credits of an episode of HBO’s Girls.
Ahead of The Other Side of the Wind’s world premiere at the Venice Film Festival, Netflix has released the trailer for Orson Welles’s unfinished last film
Today, the Film Society of Lincoln Center’s New York Film Festival announced its main slate of films for this year’s event.
Swedish singer Robyn dropped “Missing U,” her first solo single in eight years.
Directed by Dave Meyers, “God Is a Woman” mixes animation, digital eye candy, and references to classic artwork.
The latest from Yorgos Lanthimos, The Favourite, takes us to the early 18th century, when England and France are at war.
Four years ago—a lifetime in the world of video games—Slant published its list of the 100 Greatest Video Games of All Time.
Based on the trailer alone, it seems A Star Is Born is likely to be neither a disaster nor a masterpiece.
Bring the Circus Home will feature newly recorded versions of iconic Madonna hits.
Today, Amazon Studios released the first teaser trailer for Luca Guadagnino’s highly anticipated remake.
The film concerns four women who take fate into their hands in the wake of their criminal husbands’ deaths, forging a future on their own terms.
Banks’s new music video pays homage to Janet Jackson’s iconic video for her 1987 single “The Pleasure Principle.”
The music video for Jennifer Lopez’s “Dinero” is as over-the-top as the song itself.
The music video is a moving meditation on America’s school shooting epidemic.