As a producer on a spine-tingling new podcast based on a popular Reddit creepypasta, Borrasca, Sprouse is banking on his fans to get their scares from what he is calling a radio serial.
The director of The King of Staten Island pushes the envelope with a risky comedy that pays off in laughs.
In Days of the Bagnold Summer, the 20-year-old actor gets under the skin of everyone around him as a mutinous, heavy metal-loving teen.
With her debut album Blush, the actress and singer-songwriter uses her wistful, Laurel Canyonesque music as social lubricant.
The R&B singer and producer – buoyed up by Brockhampton and Charli XCX – is releasing his own quasi-album that makes for a killer driving soundtrack.
Handstands, Criterion films and meme-swapping with Euphoria’s Alexa Demie – this is how the Canadian thesp is keeping busy during lockdown.
The Canadian actor is bumping up against the dictates of heartthrobbery, effortlessly playing to his charms in the unconventional, Tribeca award-winning Netflix romcom.
Get to know the young generation cresting the wave of fame with a spate of compelling roles in flashy new television series.
The actor, musician and son of Bobby Cannavale breaks down his flashy entrance into the Star Wars universe.
The breakout actress from Ari Aster’s spine-contracting horror movie is now an e-girl thriving in quarantine.
The nightlife impresario of Manhattan owned four superclubs in the ‘80s and ‘90s, and a new memoir takes stock of his legacy – from the story of Party Monster's disgraced club kid Michael Alig to a merciless takedown by Rudy Giuliani.
The uncanny, soul-patch wearing Tiger King side character wasn’t just a part of Britney Spears’ VMAs performance. He’s had an unbelievable pop culture past.
As the film turns 30, screenwriter J.F. Lawton recalls basing the Rodeo Drive revenge moment on a real life experience.
Two savvy New Yorkers – Thi Lam and Rance Nix – have borrowed the premise of Netflix’s Love Is Blind to help people in lockdown find love.
Practice isolation with this list of streamable, non-scary movies where the characters are solo or alone together because of the plot.
Volume 4 Issue 003: This brand new acting talent has gone from Matilda on Broadway to a tough teen abortion drama, with Spielberg’s West Side Story thrown in for good measure.
Massive throwback accounts have been deleted or otherwise immobilised on the app. Now the rest of the nostalgia community is on the case.
Volume 4 Issue 003: He’s TikTok’s first crossover star, a walking, talking embodiment of NOW, with a following the size of Hungary. He’s the face of Celine. He’s the stuff of dreams. But Noen Eubanks is more than just a face and a tight pair of jeans.
The Lady Bird and Booksmart actor has played every kind of nice, but is set to reinvent that image with an adaptation of Caitlin Moran’s rebel yell, How to Build a Girl, and as former White House intern Monica Lewinsky in American Crime Story.
The 25-year-old actor plays the lead in the new Netflix fantasy series. Here he discusses grief, magic, and coming out.