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"Sometimes I just want to say, 'F*ck 'em, get off my socials, dawg."
Wise astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson describes a black hole as "a hole in the three-dimensional fabric of space." You can fall into it from any direction, and once you're in, you don't come out. Well, I have fallen very far and very hard into a cultural black hole, and I cannot find the light.
I’m a pro at saying no. Nope, sorry, I can’t make it to drinks. Nah, that movie looks terrible. No, thank you, this job isn’t quite right for me...
Screenwriter and former “30 Rock” writer Kay Cannon talks about her a cappella sequel, and why she likes projects led by “being funny first, gender second."
If you leave your kids and succeed, is your choice considered more valid than if you fail?
It’s about time romantic comedies got a proper — i.e., highly flawed — heroine.
David Duchovny, troubadour? Yes, the former G-man is releasing an album. Of music. He's just as surprised as you are. After hanging up Hank Moody's black T-shirt on Californication, the actor picked up a guitar for his self-penned debut Hell or Highwater , out today, and the rock album features his brooding musings on pride, loss, and lots of remorse.
The actor talks about her new memoir, her fractured family history — and, yes, Woody Allen, too.
Glance at this summer's movie lineup, and you'll notice something strange. Women are getting guns. And guitars. And emotional inner lives. And the ability to have sex, no strings attached. During the all-important, typically testosterone-soaked summer movie season, women are represented onscreen in roles besides Unidentified Love Interest No. 2.
Elisabeth Moss is starring in a new Broadway role — and this one has a lot to teach her “Mad Men” heroine.