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“Furiosa” Kicks Off a Cannes Full of Big Swings

Plus: "The Second Act" makes us fret over the state of cinema

Elias Kacavas’s Pretty Little Life

The "Euphoria" actor on tacos, New York City and a new season of "Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin”

What It Was Like to Stunt Double for Ryan Gosling in “The Fall Guy”

Ben Jenkin talks fire burns, being hit by a car and training everyone’s favorite A-lister

Cannes Film Festival Braces for Revelation of Film Industry Abuses

The biggest story from this year's festival might not involve a film

The Bloody, Enduring Legacy of Tony Montana

Glenn Kenny discusses his book “The World Is Yours: The Story of Scarface”

The Best Movies, TV and Music for May

Is "Furiosa" the best action film of the year? Plus, the return of "Behind the Music."

This New Book Revisits the Origin and Making of “The Blues Brothers”

Author Daniel de Visé chronicles a seismic moment in comedic history

Ever Wanted to Travel Like James Bond? This Might Be Your Year.

Black Tomato, the bespoke travel company, is expanding its 007-themed trips

Why “Chuck and Buck” Is the Most Underrated Movie About Male Friendship

Long before "The White Lotus," Mike White proved that every film about friendship must also be a romance

The Original “Ripley” Is the Ultimate Blueprint for Summer Style

Long before Andrew Scott made murder look cool in "Ripley", "Purple Noon" taught men everywhere how to dress for warm weather

Milan Design Week Visitors Can Unwind in a David Lynch-Designed Room

Technically speaking, there are two rooms designed by Lynch

The Best Movies, TV and Music for April

“Monkey Man” is the next "John Wick." Plus, the return of Vampire Weekend.

What Happened When "Oppenheimer" Opened in Japan?

Audiences had a variety of responses to the film

Jonathan Nolan Clarifies That "The Dark Knight" Line About Heroes and Villains

Nolan co-wrote the film and came up with the line in question