Spike Jonze's latest Her is a love story and the director's most personal work to date. New York magazine's Mark Harris sits down with Jonze and discusses how this film was his road to self-discovery.
Before Amy Poehler was rich and famous, she was working a crappy summer job like the rest of us. Poehler guest writes for The New Yorker and gives us the scoop on her gig at an ice cream parlor.
NYC's Chelsea Hotel is a historic landmark of creativity. Nathaniel Rich from Vanity Fair provides an oral history of one of Manhattan's finest establishments.
If you've been on Twitter, you've noticed that Gravity has been getting a lot of flack for not being "realistic." Isaac Butler at Parabasis discusses why we should stop criticizing works of fiction by measuring their realism.
The Walking Dead and American Horror Story are the biggest shows on TV. The Hollywood Reporter's Marisa Guthrie and Tatiana Siegel profile the rise of Horror in Hollywood and in households across America.
Dave Chappelle is one of the smartest comedians ever. Rachel Kaadzi Ghansah of Believer magazine talks to people connected to Chappelle and proves why the comedian is one of the smartest and greatest of his time.
American Horror Story never fails to shock and awe. One moment with Emma Roberts in this week's season premiere was particularly disturbing. Grantland's Molly Lambert defends the actress from the backlash of critics and fans alike.