The second season of the Netflix phenomenon is just as vital and necessary as the first—plus, plenty of Gillian Anderson.
The 8-episode series, from the makers of “Master of None” and “The Big Sick,” captures immigrants in all their glory.
The new 8-episode fantasy series, starring Henry Cavill as a monster-killing hero, boasts refreshingly complex female warriors and doesn’t trivialize the horrors of sexual assault.
J.J. Abrams’ “final chapter” in the new “Star Wars” trilogy backtracks the boldest ideas of the previous entry, “The Last Jedi”—and in the process, succumbs to bad-faith “fans.”
French auteur Céline Sciamma and actresses Adèle Haenel and Noémie Merlant open up to Melissa Leon about the making of one of the most acclaimed—and passionate—films of the year.
Filmmaker Rian Johnson (“The Last Jedi”) opens up to Melissa Leon about his star-studded whodunit, boasting riotous turns from the men most known as James Bond and Captain America.
The brothers behind “Avengers: Endgame” open up to Melissa Leon about their new film “21 Bridges” and the ongoing battle between Martin Scorsese and Marvel.
The Disney+ ‘Star Wars’ series kicks off with several surprises, hammy cameos, and a hint of what’s beneath the saga’s most mysterious helmet of them all. (Warning: Spoilers!)
After a third season that marked a creative high for the Adult Swim series, Sunday’s premiere is both refreshingly and disappointingly a throwback to a simpler “Rick and Morty.”
The “Terminator: Dark Fate” star opens up to Melissa Leon about reprising her role as Sarah Connor, dealing with bipolar disorder, and creating an iconic feminist action hero.