Trailer: Listen Up Philip
How The Simpsons Co-Creator Sam Simon Is Facing His Own Tragedy -
The comic force is happier than ever, spending his millions to mix pleasure and philanthropy.
Playboy Interview: David Fincher
The Last Saturday, by Chris Ware -
A brand new graphic novella by the award-winning cartoonist Chris Ware, tracing the lives of six individuals from Sandy Port, Michigan, published in weekly episodes on this page
Lot 74073: Berenice Abbott (1898 - 1991), “Designer’s Window, Bleecker St.,” 1948
WIRED: Requiem for an iPod -
The single-use device is gone—-and with it, the very notion of cool that it once carried.
David Cronenberg: ‘My imagination is not a place of horror’ -
The great Canadian director talks to Tim Lewis and answers questions from Observer readers and cultural figures including Margaret Atwood and Viggo Mortensen
Marc Jacobs Collection Spring 2015
Making Gone With The Wind
The Catfish host wrote a book. It’s everything I hoped it would be.
Every year there’s a lead performance or two in an indie-level film that’s so drop-to-your-knees mesmerizing that people like myself throw back the shutters and shout “definitely award-worthy…make room!”… And every time I blow the horn the cynical, know-it-all Gurus and Gold Derby-ers say “nope…no way, Jose…the distributor either can’t afford or won’t pay for a serious awards campaign, let alone for the services of a Lisa Taback-level campaign strategist…this is a Spirit Awards contender at best.” I spit on that attitude, that corroded way of thinking. Because I’m telling you straight and true that Paul Dano‘s performance as the youngish Brian Wilson in Bill Pohlad‘s Love and Mercy, which I saw this afternoon, is almost spookily great. — WELLS!!!