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.
The work of genocide researcher Adam Jones suggests that the perception of strength justifies violence against men.
Exploding movie theaters, things being dumped into the Pacific, byzantine corporate bureaucracy—all part of Eddie Muller's efforts to preserve the film noir era.
We could all learn a thing or two from our close cousin, the bonobo.
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 new documentary from Tim Beringer, kid brother of Matt Beringer of The National, highlights the difficulties faced by all siblings as they get older.
How a Welsh director made the next great Eastern action film.
New rules at People and other leading gossip outlets could be the first step back to a classic Hollywood system, where celebrities have complete control over their image. The problem? Tabloids, by mapping our anxieties onto celebrity bodies and making the unspeakable speakable, serve an important purpose.
As the screens we watch our movies on get smaller and smaller, we're losing a unique, communal experience.
Brutalism on screen—and its moral repercussions.
More than just a set of plastic bricks, Lego has positioned itself as the perfect toy brand by working to inspire nostalgia, creativity, and wonder. And the hottest film of the year to-date is a celebration of that.
Everyone's solution: find somewhere else.