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Tom Ford Returns to Filmmaking with Nocturnal Animals

It’s been more than a half decade since Tom Ford gave us A Single Man, the tale of a gay man mourning his lost lover struggling to move on. Now he’s got a thriller for...

The Return of Ru Paul: Bring On the All-Stars

With new wrinkles (don’t ever say that word around a drag queen) – including the ability for the winner of the weekly challenge to send a competitor home – Ru...

Summertime Is For Lovers of Lesbian Fare

Summertime (La Belle Saison) is a story of lesbian love, familial duty, and the difficulty in unifying the disparate parts of a gay person’s identity....

Baz Luhrmann's The Get Down

Baz Luhrmann is no stranger to mixing music and drama. Now he teams with Shawn Ryan (of gritty cop drama The Shield) to bring that combination to the small screen in Netflix’s...

Sean Hayes Puts Jack in the Box Once and For All

Our conversation with Sean Hayes continues. If you missed part one of the interview, you can read it here. Playing God on Broadway is just the latest chapter in Sean Hayes’...

The Ladies of AbFab Are Ready for Their Close-Up

Last night in Manhattan, we had an audience with queens of comedy Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley. It was lovely, sweetie darling....

Hitchcock/Truffaut: A Summit of Cinema’s Great Minds

Francois Truffaut, Then considered a shinining star of French cinema, spent eight days in 1962 discussing filmmaking with veteran director Alfred Hitchcock....

Is Captain Fantastic Oscar Worthy? Many Critics Say Yes

Ben is a father raising six exceptional children in the forest — lovingly drilling them in survival skills, athletics, philosophy, and free thinking....

Sean Hayes Exclusive: On Coming Out, Will & Grace, and Playing God

The actor reflects on how Will & Grace shaped our culture and reveals why he’s daring audiences to accept him in an envelope-pushing new role. Picture God. Not the one you...

Bryan Batt on Mad Men and His NOLA State of Mind

This prolific performer and writer also has his eye on design....

Tom Hiddleston as You’ve Never Seen Him in High Rise

In a futuristic England stylistically reminiscent of the 1970s, A handsome doctor has just moved into a monstrously tall new high-rise apartment building, where the inhabitants’...

There's No Plan Quite Like Maggie’s Plan

Maggie is a literature professor who is very organized yet always seems to be coping with chaos....