Two journalists dive into George Floyd’s life and family; Viola Davis reflects on her career; a historian explores the brutal underpinnings of the British Empire; and more.
Six years after #OscarsSoWhite, a diverse roster of artists won awards, though Anthony Hopkins’s win over Chadwick Boseman as best actor surprised many.
A return to in-person awards meant a return to fashion form for many celebrities. Have we learned nothing from the past year?
Plenty of Academy Awards history could be made at this year’s ceremony, especially if the SAG Award winners repeat. Here are some records that could fall.
It should be the most diverse Oscar lineup in ages, and history may be made in the best-director category. Still, expect some snubs and controversies.
Viola Davis and Chadwick Boseman star in a potent adaptation of August Wilson’s play.
The director George C. Wolfe discusses a tense sequence featuring the actor and Viola Davis.
Netflix’s inspirational documentary follows talented theater kids who are devoting themselves to Wilson’s writing.
There are few big-budget contenders and the ceremony may be reduced, but the list of nominees could be more diverse than ever.
Opposite Boseman in his final film, Davis delivers a star turn in another August Wilson adaptation produced by Denzel Washington, this time directed by George C. Wolfe.
Olivia Colman may be honored for another royal role and “Mrs. America” and “Watchmen” appear to be locks for nominations in the most intriguing category.
Viola Davis appears on the cover of this month’s issue, the first by a Black photographer, in an image meant to be a protest.
“How to Get Away With Murder” is coming to an end, leaving behind a groundbreaking legacy.