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Damon Lindelof on Why The Leftovers Is Ultimately a Love Story

Ahead of the final season of The Leftovers, Damon Lindelof joined the Vulture TV Podcast to talk about the Matt Zoller Seitz piece that just may have saved the show, why it’s ultimately a love story, and the persuasive power of a naked Justin Theroux. Listen to our conversation, and ... More »

Glenn O’Brien and the Avant-Garde That Lost

“The things I miss aren’t there; the things I miss aren’t anywhere.” —Apostolos Georgiou, ArtforumAs I watched all this at Campbell, a melancholy thought took hold of me. I’m not even sure what it means — only that it’s been going through my head ever since. I thought, “This is ... More »

It Started With a Lie

On June 8, 2010, the network formerly known as ABC Family debuted what would quickly become one of the biggest crazes to grace the small screen: Pretty Little Liars. Based on a series of young-adult novels by Sara Shepard, the teen murder-mystery, led by showrunner I. Marlene King, introduced the ... More »

A Beginner’s Guide to The Handmaid’s Tale Universe

As it grows ever harder to distinguish between dystopian fiction and reality, an adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale — one of the great works of unsettling near-future fiction — heads to Hulu as a television series. Originally published in 1985, Atwood’s novel imagined a United States where democracy ... More »

In Priestdaddy, Patricia Lockwood Goes Home to a House ‘Made for Screaming’

Patricia Lockwood’s new memoir Priestdaddy is part origin story, part narrative of her time in the wilderness. Except here the wilderness is actually a homecoming, a regression from low-rent provincial American hipster paradise back to the crucifix-appointed parental home — in fact a rectory, because through a loophole in Catholic ... More »

Damon Albarn and Noel Gallagher on the Making of Gorillaz’s ‘We Got the Power’

It’s been seven years since Gorillaz last released a proper album, which isn’t that long considering all the labor that goes into making one. Though it’s meant to seem like the work of four fictional cartoon characters, the business of actually making their latest record, Humanz, their fourth, fell as ... More »

Residents of So-called ‘Shit Town’ Are Conflicted Over S-Town

This story contains spoilers about S-Town.Ann Stone, the Woodstock, Alabama, town librarian, rarely misses church. Yet a few weeks ago, on a fluke, she did. Driving to work the next day, Stone, who taught grade school in Woodstock for 30 years before switching professions, caught an NPR interview featuring someone ... More »

What’s Leaving Showtime: May 2017

Each month, several films and TV shows leave Showtime’s catalogue. We provide a list of departing titles so you can watch them before they’re gone forever (or are just available on a different site). For more comprehensive coverage of the best titles available on Showtime and elsewhere, check out Vulture’s ... More »

Genius = A Reasonably Good Drama

Once upon a time, a biopic about Albert Einstein — particularly one starring Geoffrey Rush and co-produced by Brian Grazer and Ron Howard, who also has a directing credit on the project — would have been a major motion picture and part of the flurry of end-of-the-year Oscar conversation. In ... More »

See an Exclusive Clip From the Trans Family Drama 3 Generations

Formerly known as About Ray, the movie 3 Generations follows a young trans boy named Ray (Elle Fanning) raised in New York City by his grandmother (Susan Sarandon) and mom Maggie (Naomi Watts). Ray is ready to progress to his next step in the gender-confirmation process, but the medical consent ... More »

An Occult Ritual Has Begun in This Exclusive Clip from A Dark Song

A Dark Song is a movie best entered into with minimal explanation beforehand, but here’s the briefest of summaries: A woman who has lost her child is willing to turn over everything she has to a reclusive occultist if it means he can connect her with her son’s spirit once ... More »

Former Bachelor Chris Soules Reportedly Arrested After Fatal Crash

The Bachelor’s Chris Soules has been arrested following a fatal car crash in his home state of Iowa, TMZ reports. According to the online gossip outlet, the incident happened Monday night, and Soules is currently in custody. Here is what we know so far, per TMZ:“Bachelor” Chris Soules is in ... More »

Joan Rivers Used to Set Toilet Seats on Fire and 5 Other Things We Learned From Kelly Osbourne’s New Memoir

In her new memoir, There Is No Fcking Secret, Letters From a Badass Bitch, Kelly Osbourne addresses a series of issues ranging from her drug addiction to women who leave pee on the toilet seat (a chapter aptly titled “Dear Seat Sprinklers”). Though much of her life has been documented ... More »

What’s Leaving Hulu: May 2017

Each month, several films and TV shows leave Hulu’s catalogue. We provide a list of departing titles so you can watch them before they’re gone forever (or are just available on a different site). For more comprehensive coverage of the best titles available on Hulu and elsewhere, check out Vulture’s ... More »

Scott Baio Clarifies Comments Linking Happy Days Co-Star Erin Moran’s Death to Drugs and Alcohol

After the death of his Happy Days co-star Erin Moran this Saturday, Scott Baio went on The Bernie & Sid Show where he discussed how her history with drugs and alcohol might have contributed to her death. In the interview, which took place before an autopsy revealed that Moran likely ... More »

Tom Hardy Apparently ‘Vaulted Walls’ While Chasing a Thief in London

What’s faster than a speeding bullet, able to leap over walls in a single bound, and sometimes wears a mask that completely distorts all of his dialogue? According to the tabloids, it’s Tom Hardy, and he’s out to protect the good citizens of London. After a pair of suspected thieves ... More »

What’s Leaving HBO: May 2017

Each month, several films and TV shows leave HBO’s catalogue. We provide a list of departing titles so you can watch them before they’re gone forever (or are just available on a different site). For more comprehensive coverage of the best titles available on HBO and elsewhere, check out Vulture’s ... More »

Elvis Costello Is Taking His Love of Late-Night to Samantha Bee’s ‘Not the White House Correspondents’ Dinner’

Over the course of his storied career, Elvis Costello appeared on David Letterman’s Late Show an astounding 27 times — he was the kind of regular who even once filled in for Letterman while he was out of commission. Search the back halls of the Ed Sullivan Theater right now, ... More »

Vin Diesel Keeps Saying His Fast 8 Kiss Was Good, Despite Video Evidence and Charlize Theron’s Insistence to the Contrary

The biggest Fast and Furious feud is between Vin Diesel and The Rock, but after the release of The Fate and the Furious, a minor scrimmage has emerged between Vin Diesel and Charlize Theron about the relative pleasure of kissing Vin Diesel. In the film, Charlize’s dreadlocked hacker Cypher kisses ... More »

Let Kevin Feige Get You Even More Hyped for Black Panther

So, you’re excited for Black Panther, and why wouldn’t you be? Marvel’s unusual new superhero movie comes out early next year and follows Captain America: Civil War scene-stealer T’Challa (played by Chadwick Boseman) as he returns to rule his home country of Wakanda. It helps that he has some formidable ... More »

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