Nearly two decades ago, Justin Lin had a bold idea: What if he made a movie about Asian-Americans? This week, Crazy Rich Asians hits theaters amidst the hype and anticipation as the first all-Asian casted
Twenty-five years after its premiere, the cast and crew of Yvette Lee Bowser’s iconic ensemble sitcom talk about the show’s classic characters, memorable looks, and impact on how Hollywood tells black
A cartoon family whacked America's funny bone in 1989, eventually becoming the longest-running TV comedy ever. As The Simpsons jumps to the big screen this month, not everyone involved—including the writers,
When filmmaker James DeMonaco and his longtime production partner Sébastien Lemercier started working on "an X-rated treatise on violence," they had no idea they would eventually conceive of "The Purge."
“Google Was Not a Normal Place”: Brin, Page, and Mayer on the Accidental Birth of the Company that Changed Everything
A behind-the-scenes account of the most important company on the Internet, from grad-school all-nighters, space tethers, and Burning Man to the “eigenvector of a matrix,” humongous wealth, and extraordinary