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The Atlantic: Entertainment

Whose Untimely Death Would You Undo?

Whose Untimely Death Would You Undo?

Alison Sweeney, actor and producerAbraham Lincoln’s assassination changed the trajectory of the United States. We’ll never know what could have been if he’d been able to finish his second term.Victor
<em>Little Women</em> Is a Misunderstood Classic

<em>Little Women</em> Is a Misunderstood Classic

Marc BurckhardtEarly in the recent BBC/PBS miniseries Little Women, the first significant adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s novel in 24 years, Laurie (played by Jonah Hauer-King) tells Jo (Maya
The Gun Guru of YouTube

The Gun Guru of YouTube

Andy FriedmanSomeday John Correia will meet Jesus. As an ordained pastor, he has thought about how their first conversation will go. That is why he keeps his Heckler &amp; Koch VP9 loaded with a 9-mm
‘The Music Is All About Surviving’: Inside the Sonic World of <em>Sharp Objects</em>

‘The Music Is All About Surviving’: Inside the Sonic World of <em>Sharp Objects</em>

In HBO’s Sharp Objects, the troubled journalist Camille Preaker returns to her small Missouri hometown to investigate a string of murders—as well as the mystery of her own family’s past. She does so,
How Poetry Came to Matter Again

How Poetry Came to Matter Again

Eleanor Shakespeare; Dex R. Jones; Jess Chen; Dimitrios KambourisTo hear more feature stories, see our full list or get the Audm iPhone app. Dove took strong exception to a pattern she saw in the
<em>Ordeal by Innocence</em> Is the Darkest Agatha Christie Drama Yet

<em>Ordeal by Innocence</em> Is the Darkest Agatha Christie Drama Yet

If your response to the season finale of HBO’s Succession was longing for more time spent with a toxic and damaged family whose members all seem to be trying to shank each other, good news: Amazon’s
Jimmy O. Yang Spent Years Getting Ready for <em>Crazy Rich Asians </em>

Jimmy O. Yang Spent Years Getting Ready for <em>Crazy Rich Asians </em>

Hong Kong, where the comedian Jimmy O. Yang was raised, is known for being a trade capital. Yang’s father was a businessman, and growing up, Yang wanted to be just like him. He moved to the United
Yet Another Reason the New ‘Popular Film’ Oscar Is a Terrible Idea

Yet Another Reason the New ‘Popular Film’ Oscar Is a Terrible Idea

The votes are in, and the Oscar for Worst Idea goes to … the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, for its plan to add a new trophy for “outstanding achievement in popular film.” Like the
What Seven Dave Grohls Have to Say

What Seven Dave Grohls Have to Say

Dave Grohl walks into the studio. Dave Grohl walks in behind him. Then another Dave Grohl, and another. Seven dudes of identical stringy hair and varying tees: This is the committee to evangelize rock
<em>Madeline’s Madeline</em> Is a Bold, Jittery Film About the Creative Process

<em>Madeline’s Madeline</em> Is a Bold, Jittery Film About the Creative Process

The act of creating something can be empowering, vampiric, exhilarating, and exhausting—sometimes all at once. It’s also a difficult process to dramatize without feeling tedious or precious, which is
Can Television Destroy Diet Culture?

Can Television Destroy Diet Culture?

This year marks the 100th anniversary of diet culture as we know it. Compared to the span of human activity and the arc of civilization, the propagation of the idea that fatness should be shamed is a
When the Reality of Addiction Meets the Fantasies of Pop Stardom

When the Reality of Addiction Meets the Fantasies of Pop Stardom

“What I’ve learned is that this illness is not something that disappears or fades with time,” Demi Lovato recently said in a statement after being hospitalized for a drug overdose. “It is something I
The Oscars’ Terrible Idea

The Oscars’ Terrible Idea

In March, some 26.5 million people tuned in to watch the 2018 Academy Awards—a record low for a ceremony that’s been losing viewers lately. In 2017, nearly 33 million people watched the Oscars, again
Who Gets to Claim Kafka?

Who Gets to Claim Kafka?

An admirer of Franz Kafka’s once presented him with a specially bound volume of three of his stories. Kafka’s reaction was vehement: “My scribbling … is nothing more than my own materialization of
For the Love of Dogs

For the Love of Dogs

One of my favorite Twitter accounts these days is Thoughts of Dog. The account—straightforward handle: @dog_feelings—is an extension of the delightful @dog_rates, which offers always positive
The Unlikely Harmony Between Iggy Pop and Underworld

The Unlikely Harmony Between Iggy Pop and Underworld

Their intention was to make some music for T2, the sequel to Danny Boyle’s Trainspotting. Despite his condition of semiretiredness, Iggy Pop met Underworld, the puckish elders of British electronic
With <em>BlacKkKlansman, </em>Spike Lee Sounds the Alarm About America’s Past and Present

With <em>BlacKkKlansman, </em>Spike Lee Sounds the Alarm About America’s Past and Present

On August 11, 2017, about a year before the release of Spike Lee’s new film BlacKkKlansman, various white-nationalist groups gathered in Charlottesville, Virginia, to kick off their so-called Unite
How MoviePass Has Changed Ticket Buying

How MoviePass Has Changed Ticket Buying

You didn’t have to be an economist to deduce that MoviePass’s former business model wasn’t going to be a real moneymaker. The app’s users paid $9.95 a month—less if they bought a year’s subscription
Tragedy Has Reinvigorated <em>Better Call Saul</em>

Tragedy Has Reinvigorated <em>Better Call Saul</em>

Better Call Saul was always a show whose premise—the relatively nice guy Jimmy McGill breaks bad before Breaking Bad, becoming the sleazy lawyer Saul Goodman—carried tragic dimensions. But now, more
<em>Succession</em>’s Masterful Finale Tips the HBO Show’s Hand

<em>Succession</em>’s Masterful Finale Tips the HBO Show’s Hand

This article contains spoilers through all 10 episodes of HBO’s Succession.There have been few performances on TV this year as intense and as discomfiting as Jeremy Strong’s representation of the