There are so many.
There are so many.
Jennifer Lawrence hits on Larry David, Spike Lee and Bill Murray compete, and more!
Because the competition on the red carpet can be as interesting as the awards race itself.
The indie musician gets some rare downtime in New York before the touring onslaught for her fifth album, St. Vincent.
Mopping up vomit at the CBGB of Central New Jersey.
Would you buy this for a dollar? Well, how about two dollars and 11 cents?
Key & Peele as the Blues Brothers, a noir Ariana Grande, Amy Poehler in a hat, and more.
Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Beatles' first U.S. appearance.
Twelve wildly different roles that are just the tip of the iceberg of what the late actor could do.
Vulture predicts the fates of 20 network shows still in limbo, and updates the status of ten former bubbles whose futures have been decided.
These pictures, of farmers in Africa carrying food, depict people as people, and as sculpture.
Dunham loves seeing Taylor Swift, and Amy Poehler, and Kat Dennings, and ...
Smiles and smooches all around.
Check out the latest red-carpet looks as we update our gallery throughout the night.
25 revelations, including: The Big Bang Theory's total audience equals the combined audiences of cable's nine top comedies.
The cast and crew descended on midtown and set the clocks to the Me Decade to shoot the movie’s first scene.
Feed the fanatics on your list with these books and boxed sets vetted by our editors.
No photographer would ever be able to spend so much time around an “It” couple today.
The art you’re walking past on your way to the famous stuff is sometimes better than what you’ll see when you get there.
Brad Pitt in Legends of the Fall? The gold standard. But what of Tom Cruise in Legend, Matt Dillon in Singles ,and more?
Cera plays a pot dealer who disappoints his customers in Cross’s directorial film debut.
A look back at the quintessential Gen-X actor who died too young, at age 23.
“He was part of the process of creating this new masculine identity, which coincides with the invention of the teenager and biker movies and surf culture.”
Life between takes of the 2001 classic, exquisitely captured.