Jason Bailey is contributing editor-at-large at Flavorwire, with bylines at The New York Times, Vulture, VICE, Slate, Rolling Stone, and more. He is currently writing his fifth book.
If we learned anything from Glover and the director Hiro Murai’s previous collaborations on the FX series “Atlanta,” it’s that they don’t mind if their work is difficult to classify — if anything, they seem to revel in it.
Laika’s films are critically acclaimed and Oscar-nominated, but they have yet to conjure a commercial smash.
The film’s dense but fast-moving script is replete with references to the game’s history — not least to the currents of protest and politics that have coursed through pro basketball since it was segregated.
Two long-unfinished projects, Orson Welles’s “The Other Side of the Wind” and Sandi Tan’s “Shirkers,” are now streaming on Netflix; those pictures, an earlier version of “A Star Is Born” and other butchered classics make for fascinating stories of cinematic archaeology.
In advance of “Avengers: Infinity War,” superfans come together for an epic shared experience in a Times Square multiplex.
Why the ‘Prayer Before Dawn’ actor went through hell and back to portray a real-life English ex-pat fighting for his life in a Bangkok jailhouse
“You try to have an orgasm at my age? It’s seven hours! It’s gonna hurt, to your teeth!”
The pliable phrase has undergone a fascinating transformation over the past four decades.
'Shaft' was among the first major motion pictures to feature a black man of sexual potency—with the phallic overtones embedded right in his surname, and thus in the film’s title.