2021 has already proven to be a banner year for animation. Here are the best animated movies, anime and TV shows that Vulture has seen and, in many cases, reviewed so far this year, according to critics Eric Vilas-Boas and John Maher.
Half a century ago, a legion of idealists dropped out of society and went back to the land, creating a patchwork of utopian communes across Northern California. Here, the last of those rogue souls offer a glimpse of their otherworldly residences — and the tail end of a grand social experiment.
In the post-"Blurred Lines" legal landscape, artists like Lorde are treading extra carefully when their music ends up sounding similar to someone else's. But our brains can't be trusted to notice when we steal an idea — and the problem is likely getting worse.
President Biden on Thursday will sign an executive order requiring most federal employees to get the COVID vaccine, without the option of getting regular testing instead, according to a source familiar with the plans.
This is a story about a curious boy with no name — at least, no name that I ever came to know. It was 2013, more than a decade after the 9/11 attacks. I was a Marine then, back in Afghanistan for a second time.
The Oscar-nominated star, now playing Bill Clinton in "Impeachment," has spent much of his career being defined by the role he didn't get. It's a classic example of how audiences assume they know best what actors should be doing with their talents.