SHADES OF STARDOM
SANDRA HÜLLER is in two riveting films this awards season, the moral thriller Anatomy of a Fall and the Holocaust drama The Zone of Interest. The German actor isn't after the spotlight-but she may not have a choice
THE FRENCHIE REVOLUTION
MONEY, MURDER, FUR. WELCOME TO THE WAR OVER AMERICA'S MOST POPULAR DOG
JESMYN WARD, DOUBLE NATIONAL BOOK AWARD WINNER AND BEST-SELLING AUTHOR, RETURNS TO FICTION WITH THE HAUNTING, BEAUTIFUL LET US DESCEND
A HOUSE DIVIDED
Amid calls for a union, star-vs.-star showdowns, and lots and lots of drinking, some REAL HOUSEWIVES are facing their demons
Connecticut senator CHRIS MURPHY pushed through one of the most successful pieces of gun safety legislation in decades. Now, Capitol Hill's conscience is on a one-man mission to combat what he sees as a uniquely American epidemic of loneliness
With Barbie, GRETA GERWIG injected billions into the box office and joy back into Hollywood. If she has her way and there's every reason to think she will-she'll be doing the same thing for the next 40 years
Rupert Murdoch dumping Tucker Carlson wasn’t about one thing. It was everything
Bari Weiss peers into Hollywood’s soul as she puts cultural controversies on the stage By Emily Jane Fox
With two wildly different movies in the Oscar race, producer Christine Vachon is an iconoclast who’s become an icon
Lipstick tubes have taken on outsize personas, from status objects to conversation pieces
Hip-Hop's Renaissance Man
He was a graffiti-art pioneer, denizen of CBGB, friend of Basquiat, collaborator with Blondie, and host of the show that helped turn hip-hop global. On the 40th anniversary of Wild Style, the cult film that made him famous, FAB FIVE FREDDY takes stock
The Streisand Effect
At home with the legend, talking music, movies, and her revealing new memoir, My Name Is Barbra
The Way We Made The Way We Were
It was the producer Ray Stark who initially asked Arthur Laurents to write something for me. Arthur told me that Ray was impressed with the huge success of The Sound of Music and The Miracle Worker and thought, Why not combine the two and have me teaching handicapped children in Brooklyn to sing?
Atsuko All the Way
Thanks to her singular energy and her many viral videos-not to mention her trademark bowl cut, which inspires fans to buy wigs for her shows-Atsuko Okatsuka has become one of the most beloved stand-up comics around
Estate of Play
Once you’re 200 or so miles north of London, everything seems to be bigger and bolder, including the country houses. This is Yorkshire, the Texas of England.
THE MOON SHOT
It can be hard to remember after years of collective grief and bitter politics, but a COVID-19 vaccine was never a sure thing. Joe Nocera and Bethany McLean report on the unlikely group of scientists, generals, and government officials who supercharged the effort to get us back to some kind of normal
THE ROTHSCHILD WHO WASN'T
Charming, enterprising, and fabulously wealthy: KYLE DE ROTHSCHILD DESCHANEL was a New York sensation who lived on a 24/7 carousel of mega-dollar deals and raucous parties. Then his best friend found an ID labeled \"ARYEH DODELSON\"
When Sunset's NOT SELLING
With its power creatives on strike, a hefty new mansion tax, and insurers fleeing, LA's fanciest properties are at a standstill
Chief Justice John Roberts insists he’s taken the reins of the Supreme Court. But the institution may be too far gone
War Οf Τhe Worlds
The US military is pivoting its training operations from the anti-guerrilla tactics used in Afghanistan and Iraq to plans for a full-on, dug-in, nuclear-armed confrontation with an enemy superpower like Russia or China. Novelist and ex-Marine Phil Klay and photojournalist Peter Van Agtmael report on war's grave new frontier
The Last Descent
Though the world wouldn't catch on until disaster struck, a tight-knit community of seafarers, explorers, and bold submariners worried for years that Stockton Rush's OceanGate implosion was all but guaranteed. SUSAN CASEY, author of The Underworld, reveals the hardest truths about the Titan
Bad Bunny's Year of Rest and Relaxation
Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio swears he's taking a breather from ultra-mega global superstardom to enjoy life in puerto rico and some downtime with his girlfriend. Just don't ask him about the album he's about to release
The Life of the Party
Your FAVORITE RAPPER'S FAVORITE BILLIONAIRE loves nothing more than to have a few hundred of his famous friends over to his Hamptons estate. How did a sports-licensing CEO from Lafayette Hill, Pennsylvania, become this generation's Gatsby?
NIA DACOSTA, DIRECTOR AND COWRITER OF THE MARVELS, IS LESS CONCERNED ABOUT THE BARRIERS SHE'S BROKEN THAN THE WORLDS SHE'LL TAKE ON NEXT
Ron DeSantis won't hesitate to race Trump to the bottom. Take it from a native Floridian
Long Day's JOURNEY
Sure, geniuses should be allowed to make endless films. But what’s everybody else’s excuse?
Nodding to gothic horror and cyber dystopia, moody makeup brings a glamorous edge to existential concerns
Marty Without THE MOB
Killers of the Flower Moon is part of arich but often overlooked strain of Scorsese’s storied careerMARTIN SCORSESE ISN'T afraid of what he doesn't know. \"He's the gutsiest director I've ever met in my life,\" says Irwin Winkler, who's produced Scorsese films for more than three decades.
ALEX COOPER takes the Call Her Daddy podcast to new heights
Sympathy for the Devil
In 1981, Margy Palm was forced into her car at gunpoint by a serial killer suspected of more than 30 murders. What happened between them over the next eight hours-and later while he awaited execution-was so unlikely that journalists and filmmakers have tried for decades to get palm to tell the whole story. Now, in a series of in-depth interviews with Julie Miller, a survivor breaks her silence