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The Atlantic: Entertainment

Horror Cinema Has a Gatekeeping Problem

Horror Cinema Has a Gatekeeping Problem

The biggest name in horror filmmaking is indisputably the producer Jason Blum. That’s a fact only reinforced by the staggering opening weekend of his newest movie, Halloween, which made $77.5 million
The Difficulty—and Importance—of Talking About Young Dead Celebrities

The Difficulty—and Importance—of Talking About Young Dead Celebrities

The Latin phrase de mortuis nil nisi bonum—“Of the dead, [say] nothing but good”—dates back thousands of years. But it echoed loudly across the hip-hop world last week. In a freestyle at the BET
The Red Sox Need a World Series Win

The Red Sox Need a World Series Win

Fenway Park was euphoric.The Red Sox may have lumbered through the game’s first seven innings and found themselves in a five-run hole in the bottom of the eighth, but suddenly the team’s bats came
Fight Night With LeBron

Fight Night With LeBron

The Lakers have played home games at the Staples Center in downtown Los Angeles for nearly two decades, and in that time, bronze statues have popped up, like mushrooms, on the pavement surrounding the
Immigrant Stereotypes Are Everywhere on TV

Immigrant Stereotypes Are Everywhere on TV

In April, a Season 4 episode of Jane the Virgin sees Alba—the titular character’s grandmother—applying for her U.S. citizenship. It’s a story line that’s been seasons in the making, as viewers watched
How Kelly Rowland Fell in Love With Color

How Kelly Rowland Fell in Love With Color

Kelly Rowland makes jewel tones shine. In reds, oranges, and emeralds, she is resplendent. The singer, who has been a dynamic entertainment mainstay for more than two decades, has of late carved out a
The Bizarre Beat of Yoko Ono’s Drum

The Bizarre Beat of Yoko Ono’s Drum

“People of America, please listen to your soul!” That’s Yoko Ono, telling us what to do on her new album Warzone. And what if our soul—collectively, Joseph Campbell-esquely—sounded like Yoko Ono?
<em>Can You Ever Forgive Me? </em>Is a Perfect Showcase for Melissa McCarthy

<em>Can You Ever Forgive Me? </em>Is a Perfect Showcase for Melissa McCarthy

The early-1990s Manhattan of Can You Ever Forgive Me? is a far cry from the stressful, bustling tourist trap that it is today. The director Marielle Heller has an eye for period details, which helped
The Complexity of Black Girlhood Is at the Heart of <em>The Hate U Give</em>

The Complexity of Black Girlhood Is at the Heart of <em>The Hate U Give</em>

This story contains spoilers for The Hate U Give.Starr Carter slides her feet into her favorite pair of Air Jordans—black retro Space Jam XIs— before hopping into her mother’s car and making the long
A Classic Sondheim Musical Gets a Thrilling Twist

A Classic Sondheim Musical Gets a Thrilling Twist

Bobby, the urbane bachelor and possible beating heart of Company, usually comes in shades of gray. Dean Jones in a heavy tweed with a black turtleneck sweater. Raúl Esparza in an Armani suit that bags
<em>Halloween</em> Is a Devoted Homage to the Unbeatable Original

<em>Halloween</em> Is a Devoted Homage to the Unbeatable Original

Michael Myers has plenty of admirers. That’s the big takeaway from the new edition of Halloween, a curious sequel that functions as both the 11th entry in a long-running franchise and a direct
Trump’s Attacks on Stormy Daniels Echo an Uncomfortable Era

Trump’s Attacks on Stormy Daniels Echo an Uncomfortable Era

On Tuesday, Donald Trump did the thing Donald Trump is consummately good at doing: He tweeted something that was at once profoundly petty and sweepingly cruel. The something, this time around, was
<em>The Conners</em> Frees Itself of Roseanne Barr<em> </em>

<em>The Conners</em> Frees Itself of Roseanne Barr<em> </em>

“People die. Whaddaya gonna do?” So says Joey (Ashton Pulis) upon hearing the news of Roseanne Conner’s death in the pilot episode of The Conners, which aired Tuesday night. “Seen a little too much
Jonah Hill Strives for Authenticity With <em>Mid90s</em>

Jonah Hill Strives for Authenticity With <em>Mid90s</em>

The act of skateboarding requires a lot of persistence for very little reward, especially at first. For Stevie (Sunny Suljic), the main character in Jonah Hill’s film Mid90s, that means falling down
The Strange Pathos of Ariana Grande’s Breakup

The Strange Pathos of Ariana Grande’s Breakup

The title of Ariana Grande’s latest album, Sweetener, reclaims the often-used knock on radio-ready sing-alongs as “saccharine.” Perky music doesn’t just make life yummier, in Grande’s view. It makes
The Tricky Allure of Becoming a Black American Expatriate

The Tricky Allure of Becoming a Black American Expatriate

In his 1960 short story “This Morning, This Evening, So Soon,” which was first published in The Atlantic, James Baldwin describes the pervasive feeling that informed his expatriatism: the bitter push
The Decades-Old Novel That Presages Today’s Fight for Facts

The Decades-Old Novel That Presages Today’s Fight for Facts

European modernists used the novel as a means of mapping metropolitan experience. From James Joyce’s immortalizing of “dear, dirty Dublin” in Ulysses, to the grimy urban paean of Alfred Döblin’s
Thank the ’90s for <em>Practical Magic</em>

Thank the ’90s for <em>Practical Magic</em>

Read this plot description and ponder whether it sounds like a good pitch for a light rom-com: Two sisters—one more sensible than the other but both of them practicing witches—kill an abusive
How Instagram Saved Poetry

How Instagram Saved Poetry

Tom spent his days as a clerk, two floors below ground level in the cellars of Lloyds Bank. He worked in the foreign-transactions department from 9:15 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. each day, and in his free
Paddington Bear and the Displaced Child

Paddington Bear and the Displaced Child

We ran into each other at Heathrow Airport last year. “Hello, friend,” I said, picking up a Paddington Bear plush toy from the duty-free bin. “Te ves guapo,” I said, brushing lint off his hat. I knew