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Beyond ‘The One’: Exploring Modern Polyamory
In 2019, who gets to define love? Follow two women as they practice polyamory and dare to live outside romantic norms.
Would It Actually Be Possible to Train a Dragon?
Warning: This video contains lots of lizards
These Plus-Sized Yogis Made Yoga Their Own
“Instructors in regular yoga classes never knew what to do with me.”
Why Are Leads in Rom-Coms Always Chasing After Someone?
Quick! Before it’s too late!
3 Parkland Students on How Their Lives Have Changed Since the Shooting
Survivors reflect one year after the mass shooting
Ghostface Killah Shares the Origin of His
The union with Jenna Maroney that was designed by fate.
the Worst Rom-Com of All Time?
No one cares about the holiday
The Cast of
Calls It a Story of Queer Friendship Disguised As a Rom-Com
“I’m really interested in finding different and fresh ways to talk about identity.”
Machine Gun Kelly Talks About That Time He Was 12 and Did Ecstasy
“This is like early 2000s rave. This is like real warehouse rave stuff.”
Will Rainbow-Colored Teeth Ever Become a Thing?
These tooth-polish fans make their case.
All the Death Scenes in
Jake Gyllenhaal Likes a Challenge, Says Director Dan Gilroy
“Jake shows a new side of himself every film he does.”
Octavia Spencer Does Not Want to Host the Oscars, But We Tried
17 Awkward References to Colton Underwood’s Virginity
The sloth girl is so brave.
Lena Headey Reveals If She, in Fact, Actually Likes Cersei
Judgment (and winter) is coming.
D’Arcy Carden’s Sundance Co-Stars Unpack Her Diva Behavior
“You’d never imagine she’s a garbage human being.”
Patty Jenkins Calls the
Wonder Woman 1984
She can’t say much.
Shia LaBeouf’s Castmates Confirm That He Is, Indeed, a Human Being
“He’s the realest person I know that didn’t grow up with reality.”
Movies About Living Toys Raise Some Horrifying Questions
Are they alive? Can they think? Can they
Watch Demi Moore, Iconic Screen Crier, Summon Tears on Command
She was never good. She was
Radical Beauty: The Beard Society of New Jersey Is Hairy AF
“Eating and drinking is a challenge.”
Pete Davidson Chats
and Starting Comedy As a Teenager
And gives Lorne Michaels his stamp of approval.
References in Film and TV
525,000 moments so dear.
Watch Lupita Nyong’o’s Tiny Co-Stars Reenact Her Belting Taylor Swift
And try not to melt.
Jenny Slate Bonds With Goat During Filming of
The Sunlit Night
“I don’t know if you’ve worked with goat piss before. It’s not a super elegant experience.”
Jeff Goldblum Almost Knows How to Perform a Lobotomy
But we don’t think anyone would want him to.
Paula Pell Teases Amy Poehler’s Directorial Debut
She says the movie will be released in “springish time.”
Annette Bening’s Portrayal of Dianne Feinstein Isn’t About ‘Propping Up Anybody
Though she does know the senator personally.
Chris Wallace Wants You to Remember It Can Always Get Worse
And he has a message for Sarah Huckabee Sanders.
Jon Hamm Stands Up for Federal Employees
“Those people work for America.”
Daniel Radcliffe Actually Loves the
And also the movie
because, of course.
Mark Duplass and Ray Romano Declare Bromances Canceled
We’re all just allowed to have friends now, okay?
Armie Hammer Can’t Answer Your Most Burning
Call Me By Your Name
So stop asking.
Peter Sarsgaard Needs to Work on His Elevator Pitch
What does silence sound like, and what does sound feel like?
Tony Hale and Jordana Spiro Are Ready to Tear Up Sundance
They’re the party animals you’d least expect.
Why Hasn’t Mindy Kaling Been on
(And other concerns.)
Meet the Insta-Gramma Who Defies Ageism
Lyn Slater went from professor to fashion icon.
How Did the Cat From
Survive? An Investigation
Don’t go chasing waterfalls, especially if you’re a tiny cat.
What It’s Like to be Addicted to Sex and Porn
“Shame made me feel awful about myself, but it was also a sexual necessity.”
Best Supporting Animal in Film and Television
And the Oscar for best doggo goes to …
7 Questionable Gadgets for Criminals and Crime Fighters
Just suspend your disbelief.
What It’s Like to Have a Body That’s Literally Falling Apart
“Having Ehlers-Danlos syndrome is like being trapped in a house on fire.”
Movie Keeps Me Awake at Night
There’s one scene that I can’t wrap my head around.
Pettifogging Moira’s Vocabulary in
Don’t be a dewdropper!
Where on Earth Did Spider-Man Get His Costume?
Are we supposed to believe that he made it himself?
The 10-Year-Old Lifting More Than Her Body Weight
She’s little, but she’s strong.
What It’s Like to See 100 Million Colors
“I see rainbows in water and snow and fog.”
Radical Beauty: Meet the Living Dolls of NYC
“We’re the misfits of the misfits.”
The Changemakers: Inside the #MeToo and Time’s Up Revolutions
“The most powerful tool that we have is our voice.”
Mrs. Claus Is Coming to Town
This holiday performer is looking for a seat at the table.