Kyle McGovern
Kyle McGovern
Editor, Hype

You should see ‘Roma’ on the big screen while you can

Alfonso Cuarón’s new film hits Netflix on Dec. 14, but it deserves to be seen on as big a canvas as possible.

‘Green Book’ is the feel-good movie that will upset people this Oscar season

The new film is both exactly what detractors say it is — a movie about race for white people — and better than that.

Hype Daily: Amy Schumer arrested at Brett Kavanaugh protests and more entertainment news

The comedian was one of hundreds detained in Washington, D.C., for demonstrating against the controversial Supreme Court nominee.

Emmys 2018: ‘Game of Thrones’ wins outstanding drama

After a year off, 'Game of Thrones' took the top honor.

Emmys 2018: ‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ wins outstanding comedy

The Amazon series won a total of five Emmys on Monday night.

Emmys 2018: ‘The Assassination of Gianni Versace’ wins outstanding limited series

Director Ryan Murphy accepted the award.

Emmys 2018: Bill Hader wins outstanding lead actor in a comedy series

The award was presented early on at the 70th Annual Emmys on Monday night.

Emmys 2018: Amy Sherman-Palladino wins outstanding writing for a comedy series

She earned the trophy for writing the pilot of Amazon's 'The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.'

Emmys 2018: ‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,’ Sandra Oh and other nominees we’re rooting for

'Atlanta,' Issa Rae, Bill Hader and 'Stranger Things 2' are also among our favorite contenders.

Who’s Sorry This Week? ‘To All the Boys’ star Israel Broussard and other public apologies

These celebrities and public figures apologize for their behavior and will try to do better in the future. They appreciate you respecting their privacy at this time.

The ‘BlacKkKlansman’ finale is the most powerful movie ending you’ll see all year

Spike Lee's latest film draws a clear line from its '70s undercover-cop story to Charlottesville, using real-life footage from the 2017 tragedy.

Anthony Bourdain was more than a TV host. He was a guide on how to view the world.

Watching Bourdain wasn’t just like being transported to another part of the world; it was like being invited to share in someone else’s worldview.

HBO’s ‘The Tale’ is a powerful look at sexual abuse. We talked to Jennifer Fox about her memoir.

"It’s very rare that someone isn’t touched by this issue," the writer-director of the film said.

Paul Schrader wants ‘First Reformed’ to transport you to another plane

We talked with the acclaimed writer and director about his latest film, its similarities to 'Taxi Driver' and more.

These 21st-century movies deserved better at the Oscars

'Mean Girls,' '25th Hour,' 'Volver' — these movies all should've been rewarded at the Academy Awards.

Michael B. Jordan talks ‘Black Panther’ and making his debut as a director

The 30-year-old actor weighs in on the making of Marvel's next blockbuster, and the new 30-second short he directed as part of a partnership with Brisk.

These 13 TV episodes tell the story of 2017

We're looking back at the TV shows that best reflected the major themes of this past year, including 'The Handmaid's Tale,' 'Girls' and 'Dear White People.'

Singer-songwriter Shamir talks about his childhood love of Amerie and The Who

Before Shamir's new album drops, the Las Vegas native opened up to us about some of the first albums he ever bought and his early development as a musician.

The performances that made me an actress: Rachel Bloom on ‘Dirty Dancing’ and ‘Steel Magnolias’

The 'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend' star also recalls how 'Steel Magnolias' taught her about the concept of death.