Zodiac matches revealed: Here’s the sign you should be with

Zodiac compatibility is a constellation of qualities and challenges, elemental energy, and ancestral trauma. Anything can happen, anything can work and any manner of star soup between lovers can yield order out of chaos and harmony from cacophony. Here’s what works best.

Rolling Stone founder Jann Wenner removed as Rock & Roll Hall of Fame director after comments on black and women musicians

“Jann Wenner has been removed from the Board of Directors of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Foundation,” the hall said Saturday, a day after Wenner’s comments were published in a New York Times interview.

Hugh Jackman and Deborra-Lee Furness bought a $22.1M NYC home a year before separation

Just a year before the star couple announced their bombshell split, they splashed out a pretty penny for a stylish penthouse in Chelsea.

‘In Restless Dreams: The Music of Paul Simon’ Review: Alex Gibney’s Documentary is Very Long and Worth Every Minute

The first thing to say about Alex Gibney’s “In Restless Dreams: The Music of Paul Simon” is that it’s three-and-a-half hours long. Normally I wouldn’t lead with that […]

Finnish Studio Gigglebug Entertainment Launches Adult Animation Label (EXCLUSIVE)

Finland-based animation studio Gigglebug Entertainment is launching a new adult-focused label and has already begun developing its first project, Variety can confirm. Branded In Stitches and led by […]

‘DAAAAAALI!’ Review: Quentin Dupieux’s Daffy Homage to the Famed Surrealist is Daaaaaalightful

Salvador Dalí is walking down a hotel corridor. A hotel corridor is being walked down by Salvador Dalí. In a hotel, there is a corridor down which Salvador […]

‘The Boy and the Heron’ review: Miyazaki’s lovely, likely final movie

“The Boy and The Heron,” director Hayao Miyazaki’s latest animated fantasy that had its North American premiere Thursday at the Toronto International Film Festival, could be the legendary filmmaker’s saddest movie.  We’re distraught from the start as little Mahito’s mom is about to die in a hospital fire after a bombing during World War II,…

‘High & Low’ Director Kevin Macdonald on Making a Documentary About John Galliano, Cancel Culture and Forgiveness

John Galliano loomed large over the world of fashion throughout the 1990s and early aughts. As the  creative director of Givenchy and Dior, Galliano was widely admired for […]

‘Thank You Very Much’ Review: A Documentary Chronicles the Life and Career of Andy Kaufman — but More Than That, It Understands Him

“Thank You Very Much” is a documentary about Andy Kaufman that does just what you want it to do. It details Kaufman’s life and career, showcasing all the […]

Saverio Costanzo on Why ‘Finally Dawn’ Starring Lily James as a 1950’s Diva is His Coming of Age Movie

Saverio Costanzo, who was last in the Venice competition in 2014 with Adam Driver-starrer “Hungry Hearts,” is back on the Lido with “Finally Dawn.” The 1950s-set film stars […]

New ‘RHONY’ Cast Member Jessel Taank on Being the Show’s Villain: ‘Things I Find Funny and Dry, People Don’t’

SPOILER ALERT: This interview contains spoilers for Episode 7 of “The Real Housewives of New York City” Season 14 now streaming on Peacock TV and airing on Bravo TV. […]

How ‘Moonage Daydream’ Let David Bowie Narrate His Own Documentary

How does one make a documentary about David Bowie, a prolific musician who frequently reinvented himself as a performer, sound great? That was the challenge facing the Emmy-nominated […]