In the era of “I, Tonya,” the Oscar-winning actress Olivia de Havilland’s lawsuit against FX and Ryan Murphy Productions has a certain potent symbolism.
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The lawsuit targets two women in New Zealand who wrote a letter urging the singer to call off a planned performance in Tel Aviv.
A theater that resisted government attempts to ban a black comedy about the Soviet era backed down, but the overt censorship has raised concerns in Russia.
John Sargent, the executive behind Michael Wolff’s “Fire and Fury,” discusses his decision to fight the president’s attempt to quash the book.
Trump versus Hollywood. Echoes of the Confederacy. Taylor Swift and the alt-right. Here’s a not-so-nostalgic look back at some of the year’s fiercest fights.
The government is heavily promoting the M+ museum, set to open two years behind schedule in 2019, but questions of curatorial independence remain.
Bassem Youssef and the Egyptian satirical program he hosted after the Arab Spring is the focus of this documentary.
Representative William Lacy Clay, Democrat of Missouri, filed a suit arguing that the removal of a high school student’s work violated the artist’s rights.
An anticipated conversation between the comedian Bill Maher and the right-wing provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos turned out to be a mostly chummy affair.
Jeremy Scahill, an editor of the news site The Intercept, called the invitation of the right-wing writer Milo Yiannopoulos “many bridges too far.”