Writing

Features — Film

Cover Story: The Thrill — and Burden — of Making Crazy Rich Asians
Cover Story: Why the Women of Crazy Rich Asians  Reign Supreme

Lulu Wang, Director of The Farewell, Welcomes Your Tears
The Subtle Subversions of Always Be My Maybe
Cruel Intentions: An Oral History of the Seductive Teen Drama
Rami Malek and Spike Lee Bask in the Oscars Afterglow
Inside Saoirse Ronan and Margot Robbie’s Face Off in Mary Queen of Scots
I, Tonya Tells Tonya Harding’s Side of the Story — But Is It True?
Scary Movie: An Oral History of the Highest-Grossing Horror Spoof Ever Made
Could Crazy Rich Asians Pave the Way for Asian Representation in Hollywood?

Features — Television

Cover Story (excerpt): Marvel’s The Defenders Are — At Long Last — Together

The Strangely Charming World of Los Espookys
The Marvel-Netflix Universe’s Final Hero
Nathan Fillion — Now of The Rookie — Just Can’t Quit TV
Welcome to (the Set of) Castle Rock, Stephen King’s Unluckiest Town
Jessica Jones Is the Superhero for the #MeToo Movement
Why Is Everyone Talking (And Tweeting) About The 100?

Reviews

Hulu’s Veronica Mars Has a Bitter New Edge
Nick Hornby’s State of the Union Captures a Marriage’s Complex Chemistry
Netflix’s American Vandal Gets Off on True Crime
HBO’s High Maintenance Is a Deeply Humane Gem
Starz’s The White Princess Makes 15th-Century Politics Feel Contemporary

Profiles

Bill Skarsgård Likes Starring in Your Nightmares
‘Who the Hell is Awkwafina?’ Summer’s Breakout Star Tells You Herself
Luke Cage Is Only the Beginning for Mike Colter
John Cho Is Changing the Face of American Horror — and More
Mahershala Ali Finds the Magic of Moonlight (excerpt)

Q&As and Roundtables

How Amy Adams and Gillian Flynn Faced Their Fears to Make Sharp Objects
The Americans Writers’ Room Debates Russia’s New Relevancy
Sigourney Weaver Takes a Trek Through Her Space Odyssey

For more of my writing, visit my author pages at The AtlanticEntertainment Weekly, and Wired.

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