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Past articles by Matthew:

Inside the Absolutely Impossible, Iconic ‘Spice World’ Bus, 25 Years Later

The refurbished double-decker is now a tourist attraction and sometimes available for Airbnb rentals. Here’s how its eccentric original design came together. → Read More

Lukas Dhont on Close, Masculinity, and What He Learned From the Criticisms Surrounding Girl

The 31-year-old Belgian director wants to spark conversations with his new film, about a relationship between teenage boy that deteriorates in heartbreaking fashion. → Read More

Angela Lansbury, A Broadway Darling Turned TV Favorite, Dies

The beloved actor was known for leading roles in “Murder, She Wrote” and “Beauty and the Beast.” → Read More

The Best Movies at the 2022 Sundance Film Festival

Our favorites from this year's virtual Sundance Film Festival. → Read More

The Best Movies of 2021, Ranked

So many good movies have been released already. Here are our absolute favorites from 2021. → Read More

Caftans, Goyard, and Elvis: Inside The White Lotus’s Costumes

Designer Alex Bovaird details how she conceived the wealthy ensembles on HBO’s hit show. → Read More

Bowen Yang Is Adding Fresh Irreverence To Late Night Comedy

The "SNL" actor and host of popular podcast "Las Culturistas" is leading TV's changing comic tide. → Read More

25 Years Later, ‘The Birdcage’ Is Hollywood’s Most Monumental Gay Movie

Mike Nichols' memorable comedy starring Nathan Lane and Robin Williams became an unlikely smash, opening doors for more queer-themed pop culture. → Read More

The Charming Documentary Where Truffle-Hunting Dogs Are The Stars

Directors Michael Dweck and Gregory Kershaw embedded themselves among enigmatic Italian practitioners to make "The Truffle Hunters." → Read More

The Golden Globes Mean Nothing

If there’s no alcohol and no integrity, what’s the point? → Read More

Steven Yeun On 'Minari,' His Most Personal Movie Yet

The "Walking Dead" alum channeled his own father to portray a striving dad chasing the American dream in Lee Isaac Chung's masterful film. → Read More

‘Nomadland’ Is An Astonishing Movie And A Worthy Oscar Front-Runner

In terms of Best Picture candidates, it doesn't get much better than Chloé Zhao's gentle travelogue starring Frances McDormand. → Read More

Beloved Canadian Actor Christopher Plummer Dies At 91

His great-grandfather was prime minister John Abbott. → Read More

Cloris Leachman, 'Mary Tyler Moore Show' Star And Hollywood Icon, Dies At 94

The actor and comedian, who won eight Emmys, is also famous for her roles in "Phyllis, "The Last Picture Show" and "Young Frankenstein." → Read More

Unpacking The Twists And Turns Of ‘Promising Young Woman’

Writer and director Emerald Fennell walks us through how she constructed the thrilling revenge comedy starring Carey Mulligan. → Read More

What Is Christmas Without Movie Theaters?

This year's seasonal releases, including "Wonder Woman 1984" and "Soul," won't have the same festive feel at home. → Read More

2020 Was Wild. These Pop Culture Obsessions Got Us Through.

We baked. We binged. We bought all the things. An A-to-Z list of the distractions that sustained us in this roller coaster of a year. → Read More

Lucas Hedges Knows What You're Saying About Him Online

For the charming young actor, who appears in the new movies "Let Them All Talk" and "French Exit," navigating fame has become a balancing act. → Read More

Debbie Allen, Master Of Every Domain

The prolific entertainer reflects on her long career, including "Dolly Parton's Christmas on the Square," "Grey's Anatomy," "A Different World" and Broad... → Read More

Carol Kane Never Meant To Become Hollywood’s Go-To Eccentric

Known for her unmistakable voice, the Oscar-nominated actor broke through with "Hester Street" and "Annie Hall." Then she got typecast as the resident loon. → Read More