Plan to drive fast, fight zombies and get hungover again
A touching, sweet, funny, messy finale captures the heart of the series and ends with a message: live your life like you were a character you’re yelling at on TV.
From Captain Kirk’s groundbreaking starship to Captain Picard’s interstellar cruise liner, TIME presents a brief history of the many ships called USS Enterprise
With all the doom and gloom in its advertising (and title), could ‘Star Trek Into Darkness’ be too grim for its core audience?
Flight Two of the new Enterprise finished below expectations, while ‘Iron Man Three’ broke the billion-dollar worldwide threshold
The tale of a truculent folksinger in early-’60s Greenwich Village comes to thrilling life only when it sings
Celebrating the birthday of blues shouter–turned–rock hero Big Joe Turner
The group B.A.P brings the “high touch” to American fans
Iranian master Ashgar Farhadi and ‘The Artist’ star Bèrènice Bejo team for a harrowing martial thriller
A live outdoor television broadcast from the Cannes Film Festival was briefly interrupted Friday when what sounded like gunshots sent crew and spectators scurrying for cover.
A schoolgirl becomes a call girl in this evocative drama with a star-making role for Marine Vacth
The actor who plays Scotty talks to TIME about his latest roles
Greta Gerwig’s Frances is an endearing mess, trying to make it in the big city with a little help from her friends.
In her fictionalized account of the teen girls who robbed the homes of Hollywood celebrities, the director offers a portrait of the idle rich without coloring or character
The tale she’ll bring to the screen has quite a tale of its own
When the “Harlem Shake” song/dance/video craze swept the Internet in February, many casual music-video watchers and copy-cat-video makers learned about one of YouTube’s more interesting features: if you upload a video using a …
While broadcast TV as a whole is struggling, somehow CBS managed to make it 1997 again, by science or magic.