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Queen Bey wowed the audience at the Grammys this year, but this wasn’t her first time out. That was in 2004, and she’s come a long way since then. … More...

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In times of distress, it’s only natural to turn to cute animals as a distraction. If an image of a basketful of baby golden retrievers can bring you a brief moment of joy, by all means,...

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Were there any artists who documented the rise of Trump? His rallies, his voters, his America? The election was a return to history, though liberals were perhaps too sure of themselves...

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Some artists use oils or watercolors, but Dakota Johnson paints in umms. As Anastasia Steele, the lip-biting ingenue at the center of the Fifty Shades franchise, she decorates nearly...

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Vulture is excited to launch its newest podcast, Good One, a show about jokes and the people who tell them. In each episode a comedian will pick one of their jokes to play and discuss....

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The makers of Fifty Shades Darker, the sequel to Fifty Shades of Grey, have worked admirably to ensure that the film doesn’t eroticize violence against women. That makes things a tad...

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Ghost in the Shell dropped an official trailer this morning, and human-cyborg Scarlett Johansson is having her robot-face torn off and reconfigured. Johansson stars as the Major, a special...

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For a ceremony that unironically asks people to refer to it as “music’s biggest night,” this year’s Grammy Awards sure felt like a referendum on its own place in the business....

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If Cynthia Erivo and John Legend’s In Memoriam duet at last night’s Grammys left you in further mourning over its brevity, grab another tissue — the full version is here. Just hours...

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John Oliver isn’t secretary of Education, but he’s intent on teaching Donald Trump a few basic life lessons. After being particularly rattled by the fact that the new POTUS couldn’t...