Category: Entertainment

The Producers Of The Emmys Are Pretty Ticked Off At Seth Rogen

This year’s Emmys did a bit better in the ratings than the one before. Perhaps that had to do with it mostly being an in-person affair again, with only a few (like The Crown winner Olivia Colman) beaming in from elsewhere. (And no one accepted an award in their basement in a kimono this time.) […]

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People Are Mourning The Passing Of Willie Garson, Best Known As Stanford Blatch On ‘Sex And The City’

Willie Garson, the character actor best known as Carrie Bradshaw’s stylish male best friend Stanford Blatch on Sex and the City (and its forthcoming revival), passed away, it was reported on Tuesday. He was 57 years old. Born in Highland Park, New Jersey, Garson studied theater at Wesleyan and acquired an MFA from Yale Drama […]

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Spike Lee’s ‘Malcolm X’ Didn’t Care About The White Gaze Or Whitewashed Hero Worship

If a feel-good docudrama about the life of a decidedly not PC civil-rights leader is what audiences were hoping for when seeing Malcolm X for the very first time, director/co-writer Spike Lee immediately made it clear that this was not the film for them. The first thing we see onscreen as the film begins is […]

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People Are Showering ‘Elvira’ Star Cassandra Peterson With Love After She Revealed Her 19-Year Relationship With A Woman

For decades, the actress, writer, and singer Cassandra Peterson has been better known as her alter ego: Elvira, the horror hostess with the big hair and Mae West quips. She became a household name with the ‘80s horror movie show Movie Macabre. But there’s something else she kept close to the vest: In her new […]

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From ‘Shang-Chi’ To The Next ‘Home Alone’ Movie, Here’s Everything Announced For This Year’s Disney+ Day

According to a blog post published by Disney earlier today, Friday, November 12, 2021 will be the company’s first annual Disney+ Day. While fans can look forward to Disney’s signature sneak peeks and special looks, the celebrations will also include a huge influx of new content on the streaming service as well and in-park perks […]

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What’s On Tonight: A ‘Stargirl’ Showdown And The Latest Offbeat Netflix Dating Show

Stargirl (CW, 8:00pm) — Following an epic showdown time for the JSA and Cindy’s new team, Wildcat/Yolanda must make a heartbreaking decision following her crushing guilt over Brainwave’s death. Love on the Spectrum: Season 2 (Netflix series) — More stories of people on the autism spectrum arrive to show how they meet the challenges of […]

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The Britney Spears Conservatorship Fiasco Is About To Become A Juicy Netflix Documentary

Britney Spears has had it rough for a while, but recently things have been on the up-and-up. She recently got engaged. What’s more, the long battle over her conservatorship, which saw her father, Jamie, still in control over much of her life and her fortune, appears to be coming to an end. It’s the latter […]

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It Would Be A Tragedy To Not Watch A24’s ‘The Tragedy Of Macbeth’ Trailer With Denzel Washington And Frances McDormand

The Coen brothers, Joel and Ethan, may never make another movie together, but that doesn’t mean they’re done making movies. Well, maybe Ethan is, but Joel has made his first solo film, and it looks incredible. A24’s The Tragedy of Macbeth stars Denzel Washington as Lord Macbeth and Frances McDormand as Lady Macbeth in a […]

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The ‘The Problem With Jon Stewart’ Trailer Offers The Closest Look Yet At Stewart’s New TV Home

With a little over a week to go before Jon Stewart‘s official return to television, Apple has a dropped a new trailer for his new vehicle The Problem with Jon Stewart. Like The Daily Show, the show will tackle current events. However, the episodes will be one hour long, and Stewart promises a more comprehensive […]

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Seth MacFarlane Takes A Swing At Fox News While Unveiling His ‘Family Guy’ Covid-Vaccine PSA

“You’ve finally done something good, Seth MacFarlane,” Jimmy Kimmel declared. “You’ve finally done something for society.” Kimmel couldn’t help himself while hosting Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane as he prepared to unveil a Covid-vaccine PSA for the long-running show (20 years at this point). Yet this PSA is a logical step for MacFarlane, who’s pushed […]

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‘DWTS’ highlights: Olivia Jade doesn’t pull the ‘pity card,’ JoJo Siwa grooves with same-sex partner

There were tears, stage villains looking for love, the scandalized seeking redemption, history making partnerships — and there was some seriously good dancing. Season 30 of “Dancing With the Stars” exploded in its opening first night Monday with 15 stars transformed into ballroom dancing wildcards. They all brought their own brand of dance floor swagger […]

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The ‘Ted Lasso’ Team Had A Wild Emmys Afterparty With Karaoke, Those Famous Biscuits, And Brendan Hunt Slipping Into His Coach Beard Attire

The Emmys were good to Ted Lasso, everyone’s favorite nice (but not only nice) show about a chipper (but also wounded) football (which is to say soccer) coach. The Apple TV+ comedy-drama picked up four trophies, including Outstanding Comedy Series, and awards for star Jason Sudeikis (who roasted his old SNL boss Lorne Michaels) and […]

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Kat Dennings Tells Us How Neil Gaiman Honest-To-God Told Her To ‘Be Yourself’ While Playing Death In ‘The Sandman’

Fans of Neil Gaiman’s The Sandman graphic novels have patiently waited for decades to see whether the genre-stretching, sprawling work would spring from the pages into, well, more. This dream, of course, has been a double-edged sword, and I wondered if the lack of an adaptation was probably for the better. After all, the dark […]

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Yes, Amazon’s ‘LuLaRich’ Docuseries Is As Batsh*t Crazy As You’ve Heard

Within the genre of true crime documentaries, pyramid schemes are the rarest of unicorns. They’re stories that lie in the in-between space of the Venn Diagram dominated by cults, money laundering, con artistry, and of course, the dark side of Mormonism. But, even knowing the kind of potential these multi-level-marketing sagas have, Amazon’s latest docuseries, […]

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The Crown’ Emmy Winner Gillian Anderson Endured An Awkward Moment While Being Asked If She’d Consulted With The Late Margaret Thatcher

After locking down an Emmy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role of Margaret Thatcher on The Crown, Gillian Anderson fielded an awkward question about the British prime minister. The inquiry came from a reporter at American Urban Radio Networks, who mainly focused on why the U.S. has been so slow to have a […]

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‘Ted Lasso’ Power Rankings: The Time Has Come To Spend An Evening With Coach Beard

The Ted Lasso Power Rankings are a weekly analysis of who and/or what had the strongest performance in each episode. Most of the list will feature individual characters, although the committee does reserve the right to honor anything from animals to inanimate objects to laws of nature to general concepts. There are very few rules […]

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It’s The End Of The World And Tom Hanks, A Dog, And A Robot Feel Fine In The ‘Finch’ Trailer

To paraphrase (shamelessly rip off) one of the all-time great tweets: [whispering to date while watching the Finch trailer when Tom Hanks’ robot first appears on the screen] That’s Tom Hanks’ robot. Finch stars the two-time Oscar winner as, well, Finch, a robotics engineer and post-apocalyptic survivor who lives in an underground bunker with his […]

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The First ‘Peacemaker’ Footage From HBO Max’s Series Reveals That, Yup, He Is Still Completely Awful

As Mare of Easttown and Ted Lasso racked up Emmy wins, HBO Max dropped a new sizzle real for its upcoming slate, which offered the very first look at The Suicide Squad spinoff series Peacemaker. Tucked between footage of Dune, The Matrix Resurrections, and the new Sex and the City revival series, John Cena’s character […]

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RuPaul Made Emmys History, While ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ Broke A Record No Show Wants To Break

Bo Burnham didn’t tie an Emmys record, but RuPaul broke one. RuPaul’s Drag Race won the award for Outstanding Competition Program for the fourth year in a row, beating The Amazing Race, Nailed It!, Top Chef, and The Voice. That gives RuPaul an 11th Emmy overall, making him the “most decorated Black artist in Emmy […]

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