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Has #MeToo Gone too Far? Ansari Story Sparks Debate
Our Future: Gay Men and Fashion
In Season 4, 'Grace and Frankie' Avoids Pushing the Envelope (Again)

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Our Future: Gay Men and Fashion

Has #MeToo Gone too Far? Ansari Story Sparks Debate

By Kyle Mangione-Smith |
Certainly, there is a long-standing association between gay men and high fashion, but what I'm talking about goes much further than that.

In 'Alienist,' Dakota Fanning Breaks 1890s Rules for Women

In 'Alienist,' Dakota Fanning Breaks 1890s Rules for Women

By Lynn Elber | Jan 19
Dakota Fanning was unfazed by being on her own for six months in Budapest or the dark nature of the TV series that brought her there, TNT's adaptation of "The Alienist," Caleb Carr's 1994 novel.

 Review :: Forever My Girl

Review :: Forever My Girl

By Michael Cox | Jan 19
This wish fulfillment movie is as heartfelt and sentimental as a Collin Raye ballad, but if you're looking for complex characters or realistic human interaction, look elsewhere.

 Bruhl Debuts New Killer Thriller Series 'The Alienist'

Bruhl Debuts New Killer Thriller Series 'The Alienist'

Jan 19
In New York, Daniel Bruhl, Dakota Fanning and Luke Evans premiere TNT's new period thriller series "The Alienist" - which tells the story of a 19th century psychologist hunting a vicious serial killer.

 Review :: Crooked House

Review :: Crooked House

By Michael Cox | Jan 19
In Agatha Christie's "Crooked House," the Queen of Crime's characteristic puzzle mystery in a country estate has been painted in the shadowy shades of noir and updated to the late 1950s.

 Review :: It

Review :: It

By Greg Vellante | Jan 19
Stephen King's "IT" got the feature film treatment last year, and has just arrived on Blu-ray. But with a Director's Cut coming sometime in 2018, is this purchase worth it?