A fascinating account of the famous interview of Hitchcock by François Truffaut that sought to recast the British film-maker as a genuine auteur In 1962, director François Truffaut conducted a series in-depth
We pay our elected officials to take care of our communities and our planet. Since Trump took office, the GOP has set out only to destroy Last week I was taking an Uber (I know, I’m sorry, it was a necessity)
In his surprise appearance at CinemaCon on Monday, Ryan Gosling was asked to comment on the fate of Harrison Ford's character in "Blade Runner 2049," the sequel to the 1982 sci-fi classic "Blade Runner."
Database contains photos of half of US adults without consent, and algorithm is wrong nearly 15% of time and is more likely to misidentify black people Approximately half of adult Americans’ photographs
SpaceX and Tesla CEO Elon Musk is backing a brain-computer interface venture called Neuralink, according to The Wall Street Journal. The company, which is still in the earliest stages of existence and
“That was the deepest I’ve gone in terms of finding and losing things” for a character. For decades, film actors have gone to extraordinary lengths to find their characters—risking their health, safety,
A Virtual Private Network service provider is using a New York Times ad to throw some serious side-eye at Senators supporting bills that will allow telecommunication providers to share or sell customer
After dealing with decades of unfair stereotypes that they are aloof and unloving, cats are finally getting a chance to clap back thanks to science. According to Motherboard, a new study from Oregon State