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Flick picks: ‘Kusama: Infinity’ explores a pop art icon

Yayoi Kusama’s art, especially her “Infinity Mirror Rooms,” seem made for social media. When a retrospective of her work came to The Broad in Los Angeles last year, visitors were allowed into the boxe... read more

Cardi B wears jumpsuit at Moschino bash at Coachella

She is a fan of this Italian label. It seemed Cardi was adhering to the old adage 'go bold, or go home', clearly opting for the former thanks to the vivid pop-art inspired print adorning her ensemble. ... read more

The 2017 Ad Age Creativity 50

Our annual survey of the year's most influential creative figures is testament to how turbulent times can be a powerful muse. Among the honorees are entertainers who delivered catharsis, a chef who fe... read more

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Every single movie coming out this summer

"Juno" writer Diablo Cody reunites with director Jason Reitman for a comedy about a night nurse who provides a stressed-out mother of three unexpected relief. With Charlize Theron, Mackenzie Davis, Ma... read more


Toronto Film Review: ‘Beyond the Lights’

Mbatha-Raw, who attracted her first waves of admirers with this spring’s “Belle,” is equally superb here, believably crafting a thoroughly modern, synthetic pop star without losing track of the organi... read more

Hilary Swank puts on a flirty display with boyfriend Ruben Torres

They were first pictured together back in July and Hilary Swank put on a very romantic ... trophy for the critically-acclaimed flick, which has amassed $46.3M since opening last week. While mingling w... read more

What's coming to Netflix UK this week

Netflix UK adds so many movies and TV shows it can be hard to stay on top of everything available on the service. Enter Yahoo Movies, with our reliable complete guide to all the new stuff you can stre... read more

LACMA's exhibition 'Sculpt': Incoherent pretension for an audience of one

"Breakaway" (1966); various pop-psychodramas by erotic-occultist Kenneth Anger, including his epic "Lucifer Rising" (1966-72), and more. They rivet, while "Sculpt" just sort of passes by, idly yakking ... read more

Why ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ May Be Marvel’s Most Important Movie

Prior to last Friday, most moviegoers would have struggled to pick Drax the Destroyer out of a lineup. With all due respect to leading man Chris Pratt and director James Gunn, who are being justifiabl... read more

Susan King

Leatherface. Just the name can send waves of fear and revulsion through an entire generation of filmgoers. Not so for Gunnar Hansen, the actor who played the demented killer in “The Texas Chain Saw Ma... read more



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