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The Best of the 2018 Sundance Film Festival

The latest in pop-culture news, recaps, and reviews, plus close reads, profiles, interviews, and more from Vulture.com.
January 26, 2018
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The Best of the 2018 Sundance Film Festival

The best performances, the creepiest noises, and the tiniest horses out of this year’s Sundance Film Festival.

Great News’ Briga Heelan on the Nerve-racking First Time She Filmed With Tina Fey

“You could feel the whole crew rooting for me, and I was really stumbling on my words.”

Poor Lil Rel Is Still Waiting for His Ticket to the Oscars

The Get Out star told Jimmy Kimmel he didn’t qualify for the “first round” of invites the Academy sent out.

Bachelor Creator Saw Low Ratings for Rachel Lindsay As ‘Disturbing’ and ‘Trumpish’

Bachelor creator and EP Mike Fleiss says The Bachelorette’s ratings dip during Rachel Lindsay’s season was “disturbing.”

Vulture Pick:
George Michael: Freedom: The Ultimate Tribute 1963–2016 by David Nolan
There was a time when the late English singer was the biggest pop star in the world — this new book is a lighter, photo-driven remembrance of Michael at his peak.

Vulture’s 2018 Grammy Predictions

Could Lorde upset in Album of the Year to beat all the boys?

In Beirut, Jon Hamm Has Fully Arrived on the Big Screen

Just as smart is Brad Anderson’s direction, which is clean and crisp but never on the nose.

Everything You Need to Know About the 2018 Grammys

The performers, location change, and how the night will address #MeToo.

Are You Ready to Hear Natalie Portman Sing Sia Songs?

Portman has replaced Rooney Mara in Vox Lux, a forthcoming musical about a pop star.

The National Lampoon Baby Book, or Why You Should Care About A Futile and Stupid Gesture

It’s time for a primer for Netflix’s A Futile and Stupid Gesture, a biopic about National Lampoon co-founder Doug Kenney, based on Josh Karp’s book.

Gerald’s Game Director Is Adapting Stephen King’s Shining Sequel

Warner Bros. is betting on the reliability of Mike Flanagan.

A Plea to Save Great News, One of the Funniest Shows on TV

Please don’t cancel it, NBC.

What Do A$AP Rocky’s New Songs Tell Us About His Next Album?

He sounds muted, but there’s clearly more going on here.

RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars 3’s Morgan McMichaels on Why She Would’ve Sent Herself Home

“I’m a lot of things, but I’m not a hypocrite.”

Holly Marie Combs Is Extremely Not Here for the Charmed Reboot

“Don’t even think of capitalizing on our hard work.”

How to Watch This Year’s Grammy Awards

Don’t have cable? Don’t sweat.

The Story Behind A Futile and Stupid Gesture’s Pitch-Perfect Twist Ending

How David Wain and the film’s writers found a happy ending for their National Lampoon biopic.

Jemele Hill Is Leaving SportsCenter for the Undefeated

She’ll write for the ESPN culture site and host town halls.

An Appreciation of Viola Davis’s Lethal Reaction to Melania Trump Being a Fan of HTGAWM

“I don’t wanna give her any sort of pleasure.”

Jimmy Kimmel Has Booked Stormy Daniels to Appear After Trump’s State of the Union

Trump’s lawyers reportedly paid $130,000 to Daniels to stay silent about an affair.

How The Alienist Re-created 1896 New York in Budapest

“Just when we thought the show was going to die a sad death, someone said, ‘Have you thought of Budapest?’”

Justin Bieber Will Spare Us His Bad Spanish by Reportedly Skipping the Grammys

Gracias.

Patti LuPone and Andrew Lloyd Webber Have Reportedly Reached a Détente

The two haven’t talked since 1994.

True-Crime Podcast Criminal Is Launching a Love-Themed Spinoff

“These are stories about how we wander around being vulnerable and then do something daring.”

How to Get Away With Murder Recap: While You Were Sleeping

This is one of those episodes where HTGAWM is setting up the craziness to come.

 

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