Max Brooks’ plague novel metastasized into a different creature in the movie version, which is still the summer’s smartest, most urgent action film
A TIME editor recalls a life-transforming meeting with his personal hero
The foreboding this season has had fans spinning dark theories about who will get whacked. But the show is telling a more intimate kind of horror story.
If the winner doesn’t become a star, does the show lose cred? If Team Blake wins yet again, does the show get boring?
When you’re locked in a global war to dominate the smartphone market, every little advantage helps.
A new album signals a darker, grittier direction for the Icelandic post-rock band
For a guy who has made dozens of artists famous, including Damien Hirst and Tracey Emin, Charles Saatchi is quite reclusive. This is usually a shrewd business move in the art market; talking too much can detract from the mystique …
The men (mostly) bare all as they compete in a swimsuit competition…for love.
Holding an online interview is in the leaker’s spirit of transparency, but it may empower the person giving the A’s as much as the public asking the Q’s.
It’s not for everyone, but staying up all night can unlock some of your brain’s untapped creative powers
Martin Scorsese looks at the excesses of the finance world
The Disney Channel confirms it has put in an order for the ‘Boy Meets World’ spin-off
In the penultimate installment, Pete discovers Bob, Don discovers liquid breakfasts, and another world discovers Sally
From thrillers to comedies, Hollywood has tapped into our basic fear of being watched and listened to by strangers
The Superman reboot leads the way, as Seth Rogen and his stoner pals come in second with ‘This Is the End’
The 51-year computer geek–turned–writer explains the duties and responsibilities that go with his new job
The summer event is family-friendly celebration of every kind of music