Since The New Yorker débuted its weekly Cartoon Caption Contest, in 2005, readers have eagerly submitted tens of millions of captions, producing hundreds of winners. My predecessor, Bob Mankoff, theorized
Actor Michael J. Pollard, who earned an Academy Award nomination for his role as the getaway driver in the 1967 film “Bonnie and Clyde,” has died at the age of 80. Pollard died of cardiac arrest at a Angeles
With a broad, cherubic face, dimpled chin, unruly hair and a charismatic presence described as “gnomelike,” Mr. Pollard excelled at playing imps, half-wits and outright weirdos. He was a Method-trained
Lopez will return to Studio 8H for her third turn as host just before the Golden Globes and the Screen Actors Guild announce their nominees—and next year she’ll host the Super Bowl during Oscar voting.
It’s been a big fall for Todd Phillips’s Joker. It took home the biggest prize at the Venice Film Festival and recently entered the billion dollar box office club. And now it has made a most unusual pit
In his review of the 1984 film 2010, a largely forgotten sequel to Stanley Kubrick’s landmark 1968 masterpiece 2001: A Space Odyssey, Roger Ebert referenced a quote from the poet E.E. Cummings: “I’d rather
You’re not a big-time director until you’ve weighed in on the quality of Marvel movies. The current round of discourse kicked off with Martin Scorsese comparing the MCU to “theme parks,” adding that they’re