Brooke Marine

Deputy Culture Editor, the Cut

Brooke Marine is the Cut's deputy culture editor. She was previously the culture editor of W Magazine, where she worked across digital and print.

  1. movies
    We Tried the Pineapple Upside-Down Cake From May DecemberThe secret ingredient? Extra butter and a healthy dash of melodrama.
  2. breakout
    Eclipsing the RotundaWith “Going Dark,” curator Ashley James brings an unconventional group show to the Guggenheim’s famed spiral.
  3. celebrity
    You Can Never Be Overdressed to Watch TennisAnd other style tips from Morgan Riddle, the most-recognized tennis WAG in the game.
  4. career
    The Magazine Publisher Taking Meetings on the Tennis CourtHow Racquet founder Caitlin Thompson gets it done.
  5. taste test
    Ja’Tovia Gary Grew Up on the InternetThe artist’s film Quiet As It’s Kept is like a “magic-carpet ride” through our online reality, Toni Morrison’s oeuvre, and the filmmaker’s mind.
  6. taste test
    Lola Tung Was Meant to Play a Jenny Han HeroineThe breakout star of The Summer I Turned Pretty rewatches Han’s previous work whenever she can.
  7. families
    What Do You Do When Your Mom Disappears Without a Trace?If you’re Reed and Sam Harkness, you make a documentary about it.
  8. taste test
    J. Smith-Cameron Is Mourning Logan Roy Over Vegan DinnersShe knows you’re hungry for more Succession “slime puppy” moments, too.
  9. q&a
    Bethann Hardison Looks Back on Her Life With a New DocumentaryThe activist and model spoke to the Cut about showing Invisible Beauty at Tribeca Film Festival and why she doesn’t like the term “Black excellence.”
  10. 5 questions with…
    Reece Feldman Follows the Timothée Chalamet Rule of Style“I go by the rule of thumb that any time Timothée Chalamet or Harry Styles does something on a red carpet, I’m then allowed to do it.”
  11. black history
    Black Film History Finally Gets Its DueThe Academy Museum’s latest exhibition honors early pioneers of Black cinema.