Adam Driver and Greta Gerwig's disaster movie has a new trailer
Directed by Noah Baumbach, 'White Noise' is an adaptation of the 1985 dark comedy novel by Don DeLillo.
The unconventionally sexy appeal of the cable knit sweater
'House of Gucci' has caused a massive spike in cable knit sales, but what is it about the chunky ribbed sweater that makes us all so horny?
Every Adam Driver movie, ranked
Good soup and Oscar-worthy performances.
Quentin Tarantino wants Adam Driver to play Rambo
We would like to see it.
watch adam driver, bill murray, and chloë sevigny battle zombies
The latest film by Jim Jarmusch, 'The Dead Don't Die,' has everything.
rihanna is starring in an art-rock music drama with adam driver
Reclusive alt-pop duo Sparks has written the script and score for the first English-language film by cult French director Leos Carax.
exclusive: watch adam driver listen to a young girl's poetry in this 'paterson' clip
Jim Jarmusch's masterful love letter to life's beautiful mundanities is in theaters today.
the enduring counterculture appeal of jim jarmusch
As his latest film, 'Paterson', hits the screens, we dive into the world of inimitable auteur Jim Jarmusch, and his take on the outsiders left marginalized by the American Dream.
jim jarmusch on making collage phone cases and the real-life poetry of 'paterson'
Jarmusch's new masterpiece 'Paterson' is an exploration of everyday life that endures long after you've left the cinema. Here the stalwart of independent cinema discusses cell phone zombies, his favorite poems, and why he can't stop making art.
noah baumbach on the ayahuasca scene of while we're young
The writer, director, and producer sounds off on Frances Ha, Adam Driver, and getting your twenties right.
lena dunham, girls rule the world
Paul Flynn talks to the writer, producer, director and star of Girls, Lena Dunham about her rapid rise to fame and that naked Emmy performance.
adam driver, the unlikely heartthrob of HBO
Adam Driver made his name as the goofy looking star of Girls, leapt from TV to the silver screen in Noah Baumbach’s indie flick, Frances Ha and now is back playing HBO's unlikely hearthrob in the third series of Girls. Weird just got a whole lot hotter.