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Every 'Star Wars' Movie, Ranked

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Every Star Wars Movie, Ranked

From The Phantom Menace to The Last Jedi.

In Conversation: Bill Burr

“I’m literally doing a job that is the silliest job other than dressing up like a clown. Why would you put any weight to anything I’m saying?”

Watch Jonathan Van Ness Fangirl Over Justin Theroux in Charlie’s Angels

“So much gorgeous torso in that scene, honey!”

Halle Berry Checks Into the Continental, Joins John Wick: Chapter 3

And she’s joined by Angelica Huston, Asia Kate Dillon, Mark Dacascos, and Jason Mantzoukas.

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Mowgli Trailer: Here’s the Other, Darker Live-Action Jungle Book Movie

Premiering October 19.

Upfronts 2018: More Shows Starring People of Color, But Few Behind the Camera

Where representation arguably matters the most — in the creation and development of stories — the results remain dismal.

The Complete History of SNL’s ‘Celebrity Jeopardy’

“I’ll take Funny for $500, Alex.”

Retta Is Over People Telling Her to ‘Treat Yo’ Self’

“I hear it ten times a day.”

The Making of Vida’s ‘Radical’ Queer Sex Scene

“To put two queer bodies having queer sex like this is a political act.”

Mary Steenburgen Hates the Phrase ‘Women of a Certain Age’

The Book Club star on Beowulf, Craig T. Nelson, and why she thinks the movie’s message will resonate with 30-year-olds.

City of Lies Trailer: Detective Johnny Depp Will Solve Biggie’s Murder

Conspiracy! Intrigue! Johnny Depp’s graying mustache!

Courtney Barnett Seeks Out Harsh Truths on Tell Me How You Really Feel

It’s a fitting document of these tumultuous times.

Can You Guess How Donald Trump Rated His Daughter on the Hotness Scale?

Go ahead, try.

Stephanie Beatriz’s Bisexual Awakening, Onscreen and Off

“The main thing for me was that Rosa said ‘bisexual,’ and that she said it so many times. She names her sexuality.”

Deadpool Killed Baby Hitler in a Deleted Scene

The director explains why.

Summer TV Preview: Younger, Pose, and More Shows We Can’t Wait to Watch

From the silly to the spooky.

The Obamas Will Produce Movies and Shows for Netflix

Welcome to Higher Ground Productions.

How a Terrible Night in New Jersey Made John Mulaney the Comedian He Is Today

After one bad night in New Jersey, John Mulaney got a piece of advice that completely changed how he did comedy.

American Idol Recap: Please Start Believin’

You’ll never guess who came out on top unless you’ve been paying any attention at all.

Jake Gyllenhaal Reportedly in Talks to Join Next Spider-Man Movie As Villain Mysterio

But who is this “Mysterio”?

Kelly Clarkson’s Best Moments From the 2018 Billboard Music Awards

From her Santa Fe speech to her covers medley to her fangirling.

Cardi B Becomes a Widow Just As Fast As She’s a Bride in Her ‘Be Careful’ Video

If you plan to marry Cardi, have your will prepped.

The Man Who Killed Don Quixote Has Interesting Ideas About Art and Horrible Ideas About Women

There’s a good idea for a film somewhere in Terry Gilliam’s long-gestating product.

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