Fittingly, it all starts with a radio. The first notes of Esperanza Spalding’s album release tour aren’t notes at all—like a listener impatiently channel-searching, radio static gives way to her onstage horn section, as the …
A new, semi-regular series in which we totally spoil one of the weekend’s films. If you saw The Cabin in the Woods, please chime in below.
As the famous author’s environmental tale The Lorax gets the feature-film treatment, we look at how other Seuss classics have been handled on screen.
Tons of research—everything from a trip to Scotland to archery training—went into the making of Pixar’s first film starring a female protagonist.
A photographic look at the seminal dance program and its late creator.
Twenty years after his first feature premiered at Sundance, we survey the director’s unforgettable films.
As one of Britain’s most unique superstars turns 65, a look back at an eccentric career that has made its mark in music, film and fashion.
Regis Philbin, the legendary talk-show host, has logged a record-setting 16,700 hours on camera throughout his career. As he steps down from hosting Live With Regis and Kelly, TIME looks back at a television career that spanned decades.
To a jazz fan, the combination of the names Medeski Scofield Martin and Wood is inherently intriguing. Between the famous trio’s ability to craft beat-driven, catchy instrumentals and John Scofield’s impressive résumé — …
The Rum Diary, a fictionalized account of Hunter S. Thompson’s life as a freelancer in Puerto Rico, hits theaters on October 28. In honor of the late-career novel that he wrote during his early days as a reporter, a look back at …
Six decades after the airing of the sitcom’s first episode, TIME looks back at the historic first season—and the married stars who produced it.
A behind-the-scenes look at the star of Breakfast At Tiffany’s fifty years after the release of the actress’ most famous film