Creators Brian Reed and Julie Snyder talk at length about your next podcast addiction.
The perfect literary way to celebrate Women's History Month.
Pages to turn when you're tired of scrolling.
Mmm whatcha say now that this short is a decade old?
We'll miss you most of all, Shosh.
After all, children's book author Marla Frazee did conceive of the character "as a white, stereotypical male boss."
There's something there that wasn't there in the Disney film.
Showrunner Julie Plec and stars Paul Wesley and Candice King reflect on the series' end.
He used to wake up at 4 a.m. and spend his mornings calling up to 50 people who felt isolated and alone.
The 19-year-old takes on the role of the iconic Archie Andrews on The CW's new hit show.
Gossip addicts will relish the series for painting Hollywood the way we assume it really is ― calculating and manipulative.
“20th Century Women” confronts some hairy issues. Is that why the Academy wrote it off?
It's a time in pop culture history that's seared into our memories.
Rachel Lindsay seems absolutely perfect. To become the first black Bachelorette, she had to be.
Writer Eleanor Bergstein explains why German viewers didn't see Johnny say, "Nobody puts Baby in the corner."
In "Thoroughbred," Anya Taylor-Joy and Olivia Cooke play murderous teens.
"I'm a member of the resistance," Hamill told HuffPost with a laugh. "And I always will be."
David Lowery's supernatural poem and Dee Rees' racial drama shine.
Do cute pics make it easier to swallow the president's threatening rhetoric?
Luca Guadagnino's masterful love story is one of the year's Sundance smashes.
A few words on "The Big Sick," "The Incredible Jessica James" and "Landline."
In Season 4, deductions alone don’t cut it.
The boy band singer recalls the "hustle" a whopping two decades ago.
The problem is, no one really knows how much the films influence children.
The "Girls" actor's latest movie, "Silence," is now in wide release.
The sexually and racially restrictive archetype has always been troubling.
“The OA” is emotional, spiritual, and humanistic. That doesn’t make it bunk.
The “Friday Night Lights” star discusses being awards season's lucky charm.
The big screen reflected the country's social myths.
Terrorism is no match for the citizens of Boston in Peter Berg's film.
Some directors are pushing against rape as a plot device. But movies like “Elle” handle the sensitive topic with care.
It's still iconic, 20 years later.
"Rogue One" star Felicity Jones says it's "a film that’s about unity."
No, it wasn't to pursue a music career, but he does have a new song.
Elijah Wood, Ian McKellen and Viggo Mortensen reflect on the 15th anniversary of "Fellowship."
The TV special nearly didn't happen, but cartoonist Charles Schulz stood by his beliefs.
Nobody's walking out on this fun, old-fashioned family Christmas!
The "Moonlight" grand slam continues with six Golden Globe nominations.
“A lot of [other] cartoons then didn’t really have a personal voice that spoke to kids.”
The music-infused play "Party People" explores how emotionally taxing it is "to be woke" today.
Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling headline Damien Chazelle's flourishing musical.