With a large menu of TV chefs to choose from, TIME cooks up a retrospective of the medium’s greatest culinary masters.
From Pretty in Pink to Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, John Hughes, who died Aug. 6 at age 59, owned the 1980s teen comedy. TIME takes a look back at his greatest moments
Will Ferrell stars in Land of the Lost, in theaters June 5. TIME rounds up other Saturday Night Live alumni who have gone on to illustrious careers after leaving the acclaimed sketch-comedy show
Sometimes, reality shows make us feel bad about (a) America (b) ourselves and (c) humanity. Here are the worst.
Never fear — Jay Leno isn’t going anywhere. But as he leaves The Tonight Show to start in a new, earlier slot, here’s a look back at 10 of the most memorable moments from his show.
Pixar’s Toy Story 3 hits theaters June 18, the latest project from the studio to arrive stocked with unusual vocal talent. TIME surveys Pixar’s 11 feature films, and the peculiar voices that have helped these unforgettable …
Hollywood seems incapable of making a movie about super smart or talented people without saddling them with emotional or mental problems. TIME looks at the best.
Anvil! The Story of Anvil, the buzzed-about documentary out now, follows an aging metal band trying to reclaim former rock glory. And if that sounds like the plot to the influential (and ironically more popular) ’80s mockumentary …
There is a long line of movies that celebrate one of life’s most vital relationships: A dude and his best buddy.
Joaquin Phoenix appears on Late Show with David Letterman under the guise of his new bearded hip-hop persona, puzzling everyone. Here are a few more crazy Letterman interviews