Welcome to Zollywood
A profile of Zendaya.
A profile of Zendaya.
What it was like to be a rank-and-file Sony employee after the hack.
When model Kimberly Fattorini died after a night out in Hollywood, everyone assumed she’d accidentally overdosed. But there was more to the story.
The Bohemian Rhapsody director Bryan Singer has been trailed by accusations of sexual misconduct for 20 years. Here, his alleged victims tell their stories.
In the fall of 1966, billionaire Doris Duke killed a close confidant in Newport, Rhode Island. Local police ruled the incident “an unfortunate accident.” Half a century later, evidence suggests she got away with murder.
The motley gang of L.A. teens that cat-burgled celebrities, sometimes repeatedly, in search of designer clothes, jewelry, and something to do. The story that became The Bling Ring.
'It’s raised the bar,' Craig finally conceded. 'It’s fucking raised the bar.'
Randy Quaid and his wife Evi have fled to Canada and are living in their car. They are seeking asylum from the menace of the “Hollywood Star Whackers.”
Ari Emanuel’s failure to launch.
The disgraced movie mogul finally faces his day in court. But as his accusers know best, there might not be a Hollywood ending.
How a journeyman actor became a star.
What’s actually happening at the box office.
“Three giant telecoms are gonna make and own all the content, and they’re not gonna want anyone else to make it.”
On a century of Muslim misrepresentation in Hollywood.
On growing up in Hollywood, the cost of beating Oprah at the Oscars, and why Jack Nicholson doesn’t act anymore.
The parents indicted in the college-admissions scandal were responding to a changing America, with rage at being robbed of what they believed was rightfully theirs.
A profile of Elaine May, one the most important figures in American pop cultural history—and one of the most hidden.
A profile of reality-TV star Jax Taylor.
As early as 1948, the Oscars sucked.
When Patricia Douglas was raped by an MGM salesman at a 1937 studio party, the 20-year-old dancer filed charges, taking on Hollywood’s most powerful institution.
Ezra Miller is the gender-bending, goat delivering Hollywood star of the future.
After two decades spent making movies, including last year’s record- breaking Girls Trip, Malcolm D. Lee wishes he could stop paying his dues.
A comprehensive history of the case against the Menendez brothers, built primarily on secret audio recording made by their self-promoting therapist.
She calls claiming to be Amy Pascal, Kathleen Kennedy, or some other powerful woman in entertainment. She knows personal details about her mark as well as the woman she is impersonating.
She offers work, then sends them—photographers, make-up artists, soldiers—around the world to bilk them out of modest amounts of cash.
How a Hollywood icon found himself at a dead end.