For male movie stars, earnings steadily rise until age 51, when things level off. For women, the peak comes 17 years earlier, and it's followed by a sudden drop.
Coherence is a good movie, and its initial shoot cost about the same amount of money as a used Prius.
Sixteen years after a failed American iteration, Godzilla is back, and it's one of the most anticipated movies of the year. There's no superhero, it's not a sequel, and it's not part of a franchise, so what makes a movie about a monster destroying a city so resonant in 2014?
The DJ, whose mixes of rap and pop music crossed some racial and ethical lines, is now making his own hip-hop.
If you look at it a certain way, any step closer to figuring out the world's beginnings is a step toward understanding ourselves.
By turning a memoir into self-aware record, Mark Kozelek, a.k.a. Sun Kil Moon, has managed to captivate the early-2014 music world.
Ezra Furman released two albums last year, both to critical acclaim, but he's still not totally sure how he makes his money.
Whatever Shia LaBeouf is, it's not cool. At least not yet.
A 16-year-old from New Zealand might've just released the best pop album of the year. For some people, and for some reason, that's a problem.
Long live Ryan Gosling and Jake Johnson.
With the American rock star falling by the wayside, rappers have become the ultimate arbiters of cool. Some, though, do it better than others.