Striking photos of Keanu, Leo & Hollywood stars back in the day
With more than 50 years in the business, Greg Gorman discusses the story behind some of his most striking celebrity portraits.
An interview with Timothée Chalamet’s go-to photographer
Alongside his short film work, Julian Ungano has earned a reputation for his story-telling portraits of famous faces.
It’s official: 2020 was the year women shaped cinema
As braggadocious male filmmakers sat out a year of pandemic moviemaking, a series of projects by women got the respect they deserved instead.
These photos revel in the sunny optimism and glamour of Los Angeles
For nearly 50 years, photographer Paul Jasmin documented Hollywood's young models and actors in their pursuit of the California dream.
Lily Collins and Amanda Seyfried on making Mank
The new David Fincher movie is a front-runner at 2021’s Oscars. Here, the women who carry it dissect their characters, legacy and 'Emily in Paris'.
Candid photos of Hollywood’s rising stars
Photographer Lauren Leekley captures intimate moments with all your favourites, from Devon Lee Carlson to Dua Lipa.
Forget the Upper East Side, Emily Alyn Lind is taking Hollywood by storm
The young actress tells us about her debut EP, keeping creative in quarantine and her lead role in the long-awaited 'Gossip Girl' reboot.
7 of Sharon Tate's most iconic outfits
Let the 60s screen icon -- and her penchant for miniskirts -- be your late-summer style inspiration.
Zendaya’s new secret film was shot entirely during quarantine
'Euphoria' season two delays aside, the making of 'Malcolm & Marie' shows just how much the pandemic has impacted Hollywood.
This documentary explores the history of nudity in film
“Everybody’s naked, and they’re TOUCHING each other!”
The world according to Nadia Lee Cohen
By way of exploring America’s underbelly, the British photographer created a perversely glamorous alternate reality all her own.
Don't feel bad for enjoying Netflix’s hot trashy fantasy Hollywood
The haute trash new series from 'Pose' creator Ryan Murphy is a revisionist take on the movie biz's golden age. Think it’s far-fetched? That’s sort of the point.