Lean's 1963 Best Picture-winner is a complicated take on hero worship and a thrilling showcase of the director's bold filmmaking.
Long reduced to a couple of infamous scenes, "Deliverance" is also a prescient ecological nightmare - and it made a star of the late Burt Reynolds.
It's a severe national crisis.
Rudolph Valentino was Hollywood’s first “latin lover.” His shocking death at the age of 31 was attributed to side effects from an appendectomy, but Hollywood Babylon forwards theories that Valentino may have actually been poisoned
Thoughts on two highly-acclaimed new indies, plus "John McEnroe: In the Realm of Perfection" and "Night Comes On."
Representation and "Crazy Rich Asians," plus /Filmcast host Dave Chen joins for takeaways from a decade-plus talking about movies
The Kim Kardashian of her day, Peggy Hopkins Joyce was famous for being rich and famous—and for her marriages and involvements with rich and famous men, including Charlie Chaplin.
After two decades, the Mission Impossible franchise is still finding a way to raise the stakes.
Who was Will Hays, and how did he come to put his name on the censorship “Code” that would shape the content of movies more than any other single force from the early 1930s into the 1960s?
A debate about Christopher Nolan's landmark film and its status as the best superhero movie ever.
And we break down the top Us Weekly stories of the week.
How Brian DePalma helped shape the Mission: Impossible franchise, while exerting his own iconoclastic style.
According to Hollywood Babylon, actor Wallace Reid —a morphine addict who died in an asylum at the age of 31—was the first sacrificial lamb of the post-sandal era
Your mission, should you choose to accept it: listen to our "M:I - Fallout" review.
How SORRY TO BOTHER YOU and PUTNEY SWOPE compare in their views of race and capitalism, and use of satire and surrealism.
A frequent co-star of Roscoe Arbuckle’s, Mabel Normand was the definitive female screen comedienne of her generation.
Scott talks about the treatment of trans actors in Hollywood: "We are so much more than our gender."
Plus! He reveals his phone call with Madonna and the details for his upcoming wedding.
Also, we break down the top stories of the week!
Capitalism, race, and what it takes to burn down an unjust system.
The killing of director William Desmond Taylor was the third in a trifecta of scandals which, over the course of about a year and a half, painted such a sordid a picture of the movie colony as a hotbed of sin
Plus: Us Weekly's Royal contributor Omid Scobie gives Us the scoop from inside Prince Louis Christening day, President Trump's visit with The Queen and the latest on Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
The stand-up comic and first time director talks with Adam about his acclaimed new coming-of-age movie.
Busta Rhymes gets candid about his crush on Janet Jackson and social media star Hannah Hart helps Us break down the top Us Weekly stories.
At a boozy party over Labor Day weekend 1921, Roscoe “Fatty” Arbuckle, silent Hollywood’s superstar plus-size comedian, followed sometime actress Virginia Rappe into a hotel room.
From circus freaks to dancing footballs, this week's Top 5 is an eclectic mix of lousy ways to make a living.
Kristin Cavallari dishes all about her new show, 'Very Cavallari,' her marriage to Jay Cutler and gives advice on how to navigate those first few months of motherhood!
The first Hollywood scandal to attract international attention was the death-by-poison of Olive Thomas, the twenty-five-year old star of au courant Hollywood hit The Flapper.
Jen Peros and Writer Sarah Hearon talk all about Meghan Mania and how the Duchess has handled her first two months in her new royal role.
A classic Filmspotting Fight, with Adam and Josh doing battle over James Cameron's seminal sci-fi thriller.