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Real Housewives: A Beginner’s Guide

Looking to dive into Bravo’s signature franchise, but don’t have a clue where to start? Our Real Housewives experts are here to help.
doom and bloom

Euphoria: Sydney Sweeney’s Dazzling Flower Scene Steals the Show

Episode 4 gave Cassie an unexpectedly sensational moment. 
News From The Web

Spider-Man: No Way Home Dominates Box Office. Again.

“Does whatever a spider can?” Spidey’s feats now include being number one in his seventh weekend.
SNL

On SNL, Peyton Manning Dons Red Beret, Would Rather Watch Emily in Paris Than Football

Tom Brady retirement rumors, Willem Dafoe with a soul patch, Katy Perry backup dancers dressed as mushrooms — Saturday Night Live had something for everyone!
Famous Feuds

Elmo vs. Rocco Is Still 2022’s Best Subplot

Welcome to The Real Housewives of Sesame Street
Marvel-ous Misinformation

Marvel Star Evangeline Lilly Attended Anti-Vaccine-Mandate Protest

The Ant-Man actor appears to have been present at the same rally where Robert F. Kennedy Jr. compared vaccine mandates to the Holocaust.
Sundance Film Festival

The Highs and Lows of Sundance 2022

Our critics look back at this year’s crop of Sundance movies, from awards contenders to horror wonders.
Take the Cannoli

The Godfather’s Startling Backstory Revealed in The Offer

A first look at Miles Teller, Juno Temple, and Dan Fogler in a drama about Hollywood’s clash with the real-life mafia.
Awards Insider!

With Directors, Writers, Producers, and Editors Guild Noms, the Oscar Race Takes Shape

The various guilds reveal their nominations Thursday, boosting up a few on-the-bubble films (Being the Ricardos, Tick, Tick…Boom!) while dashing Oscar best-picture dreams for a few others (sorry, House of Gucci).
Little Gold Men

Guillermo del Toro Has Been Waiting His Whole Career to Make Nightmare Alley

On this week’s Little Gold Men, the Oscar winner shares why he and Bradley Cooper were “like two gazelles in a forest fire.”
Little Gold Men

Kirsten Dunst Knows The Power of the Dog Is Her “Lightning in a Bottle” Moment

On this week’s Little Gold Men podcast, Dunst talks about her career trajectory—from collaborating with Sofia Coppola to crafting her latest role alongside Jane Campion.
The Real Housewives

Jennie Nguyen Responds to Bravo Firing: “That Doesn’t Make Me Racist”

Nguyen was axed after her posts that criticized the Black Lives Matter movement resurfaced.
Actually

Fight Club Author Chuck Palahniuk Kind of Likes China’s Censored Ending

The Chinese version, says Palahniuk, is a lot closer to the ending of his original novel.
Baring All

Sydney Sweeney Pushed Back Against Some of Her Euphoria Nude Scenes

In a recent interview, Sweeney said she asked creator Sam Levinson to cut some of Cassie’s topless scenes.
Assembled

How Don’t Look Up Assembled Its Insanely Starry Cast

Leonardo DiCaprio and co. speak with Awards Insider about making one of the most A-list movies ever.
From the Magazine

King Richard’s Queen: Aunjanue Ellis on Why Recognition Matters

What an Oscar nomination would mean for an actor who’s “been in the wilderness for a long time.”
Little Gold Men

What to Know as Oscar Voting Begins

On this week’s Little Gold Men podcast, a look at some on-the-bubble Oscar hopefuls, the Sundance Film Festival, and more. 
I couldn’t help but wonder

And Just Like That… I’m Defending the Sex and the City Revival

A V.F. staff writer goes to bat for the polarizing HBO Max series that’s more reality check than escapist fantasy.
Sundance Film Festival

Lena Dunham’s Sharp Stick Is a Bold, Exciting Return

The Girls auteur’s third feature is as heartfelt as it is provocative.
IN CONVERSATION

W. Kamau Bell Is Terrified for People to See His Bill Cosby Docuseries

“When I did an episode where I talked to the Klan, I was nervous about it. But I wasn’t scared that people were going to be on the Klan’s side,” says Bell, director of We Need to Talk About Cosby.
Just Say No

Euphoria Recklessly Glorifies Drug Use and Sex, Says DARE

Despite a trigger warning and an HBO resource page, a representative from DARE expressed interest in collaborating with the series “to present our concerns directly.”