The actor stars alongside Dakota Fanning and Daniel Brühl in TNT's high-budget drama
TNT’s new miniseries extravaganza The Alienist, based on Caleb Carr’s bestselling mystery novel, follows a team of proto-criminologists on the hunt for a killer targeting underage male escorts in 1896 New York. While all 10 episodes were shot in Budapest, Hungary on an elaborate set designed to replicate turn-of-the-century Manhattan ... More
As the first American television program to feature an entirely openly gay cast, Queer Eye for the Straight Guy broke many societal barriers, one sass-laced makeover at a time. However, while watching the mostly white cast coax straight men toward metrosexuality may have been radical for 2003, the show was ... More
Queer Eye's fashion expert on his unlikely home base and why he'll never move to L.A.
Everyone and their mother has a favorite from Netflix’s Queer Eye reboot, or so it seems. Even non-watchers likely felt the new Fab 5's infectious glow as it radiated through the culture, spawning a delicious online conspiracy regarding food guy Antoni's cooking ability and a recently viral ... More
The Heathers star shares sneak-peeks about his non-binary role and the best gay bar in L.A.
80s black comedy Heathers is getting the TV reboot treatment, and in the forthcoming TV Land iteration, the cheerleader-like sameness of the original clique will be replaced by a diverse set of ruthless neo-Heathers: zaftig, body positive ringleader Heather Chandler flanked by black lesbian Heather McNamara and gender-queer Heather Duke, ... More
The Love, Simon star talks anti-bullying, her big family and shooting the 2019 Braveheart sequel high in the hills of Scotland
As one of eight children, Love, Simon star Talitha Bateman knows a thing or two about sibling dynamics. Though she’s the second youngest of her brood, she uses her powers of persuasion (which may or may not have something to do with her nightmare-making turn in the 2017 horror ... More
The Hollywood vet and star of CW’s Arrow reflects on inclusive casting, favorite superheroes and his dream vacation
The days of purely fictional, flying object-like superheroes are gone. From inclusive casts like Black Panther’s to neurotic leads (Jessica Jones, future Marvel star Venom), the contemporary superhero genre depends as much on healthy doses of realism as it does on fantasy. And while the CW’s long-running ... More
The young scribe getting Oscars buzz shares her favorite L.A. spots.
There’s no set formula when it comes to writing a screenplay that transcends the slush pile. Believable dialogue is crucial, but nothing without a well-established mise en scène – a balancing act regardless of subject matter. But that didn’t keep The Post cowriter Liz Hannah from biting off one of ... More
The Suburbicon actress talks Tinseltown and her film’s relevance to today’s world
Suburbicon actress Karimah Westbrook was born and raised in Chicago, and made the leap to Los Angeles thanks to none other than Whoopi Goldberg. “At the time, she was like the black woman who looked like me,” Westbrook tells us. “She had natural hair, was a leading lady and she ... More
The Australian singer-songwriter is set to release her debut album, Low Blows
Aussie artist Meg Mac is preparing for a national tour following the release of her highly anticipated debut album Low Blows on July 14th. From being named Triple J’s Unearthed artist of the year in 2014 to having her tunes showcased on the hit television ... More
Sydelle Noelle, actress and fitness junkie, went from Hollywood, FL to Hollywood, CA
For some actors, physically demanding roles are not only opportunities to show off their tight bods and dedication to the craft, but also to talk at length about how hard they worked to prepare. But for Sydelle Noel, who is winning praise as former blacksploitation stunt double Cherry Bang on ... More