In Norwegian filmmaker Joachim Trier's film, Julie (Renate Reinsve) is a young woman who can't decide who she is. As she finds out, she makes mistakes that inspire an ache of rueful recognition.
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Music icons like Bruce Springsteen and Bob Dylan have sold their songwriting catalogs for eye-popping amounts of money. It's a growing trend in an industry that's shifted since the start of streaming.
Researcher Jeffrey Sachs says that U.S. teachers are being censored for broaching certain topics. One group in New Hampshire is offering a $500 bounty for teachers who discuss critical race theory.
The former bandmates of Neil Young say they are supporting his protest against COVID-19 misinformation on the music-streaming platform.
The larger-than-life Parton is one of 17 artists being considered for induction into the Hall this year — a list that also includes first-timers A Tribe Called Quest, Duran Duran and Beck.
Based on Lee Child's best-selling novel, this eight-part series by Amazon Prime Video features Alan Ritchson as an ex-military policeman on the hunt for a murderer in small-town Georgia.
A new mini-series starring Seth Rogen, Lily James, and Sebastian Stan seeks to reassess the spectacle surrounding the infamous Pam Anderson and Tommy Lee sex tape.
The co-host of ABC's The View apologized after facing criticism for comments she made about the Holocaust. Goldberg has been suspended from the show for two weeks.
There are notable parallels to The Brothers Karamazov in Lan Samantha Chang's new novel about three brothers and the contentious relationship between them and their domineering father.
Kim Fu's book contains 12 stories that peel away layers of normalcy to reveal weird, creepy things; though very different from each other, they share elements, giving the collection a sense of unity.