Tag: Entertainment

Robert Kirkman Explains Why He Changed His Mind About Maggie Killing Negan On ‘The Walking Dead’

Jeffrey Dean Morgan’s The Walking Dead character, Negan, continues to live on in the AMC television show. There is no reason to believe he will not continue to survive, especially as Jeffrey Dean Morgan is increasingly the face of the most popular television franchise on cable. However, had Negan been killed off in Robert Kirkman’s […]

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The Oscar-Winning Producer Of ‘Into The Spider-Verse’ Offers A ‘Groundbreaking’ Update On The Sequel

It’s hard to imagine the sequel to Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse being better than the Oscar-winning original, which we named the best comic book movie of the 2010s. I probably said the same thing about Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man, though, and then Alfred Molina was cast as Doctor Octopus for Spider-Man 2. Little is known about […]

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Chris O’Dowd Finally Explains Why He Took Part In Gal Gadot’s Notorious ‘Imagine’ Video

Well, it sounded like a good idea at the time. That’s basically Chris O’Dowd’s excuse for taking part in one of the first, and one of the most poorly received, pieces of content to emerge during the pandemic: the Gal Gadot-led “Imagine” video, in which an army of celebrities weakly sang their way through the […]

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Chris O’Dowd Finally Explains Why He Took Part In Gal Gadot’s Notorious ‘Imagine’ Video

Well, it sounded like a good idea at the time. That’s basically Chris O’Dowd’s excuse for taking part in one of the first, and one of the most poorly received, pieces of content to emerge during the pandemic: the Gal Gadot-led “Imagine” video, in which an army of celebrities weakly sang their way through the […]

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‘Mad Men’ Will Add A Title Card Warning To A Season 3 Episode That Depicts Blackface

The removal of various pieces of entertainment containing blackface has become a topic of considerable conversation over the last week as various streaming sites deal with either editing or altogether removing episodes where characters have delved into the racist trope. An episode of The Office was reworked, while even The Golden Girls saw an episode […]

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‘Mad Men’ Will Add A Title Card Warning To A Season 3 Episode That Depicts Blackface

The removal of various pieces of entertainment containing blackface has become a topic of considerable conversation over the last week as various streaming sites deal with either editing or altogether removing episodes where characters have delved into the racist trope. An episode of The Office was reworked, while even The Golden Girls saw an episode […]

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What’s On Tonight: ‘The 100’ Faces A Crisis And ‘Unsolved Mysteries’ Comes To Netflix

If nothing below suits your sensibilities, check out our guide to What You Should Watch On Streaming Right Now. The 100 (CW, 8:00 p.m.) — Hope, Echo, Octavia, and Diyoza are held prisoner in Bardo as Gabriel makes a surprising deal with Anders while back at Sanctum, Emori’s plan to unite the people backfires in […]

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What’s On Tonight: ‘The 100’ Faces A Crisis And ‘Unsolved Mysteries’ Comes To Netflix

If nothing below suits your sensibilities, check out our guide to What You Should Watch On Streaming Right Now. The 100 (CW, 8:00 p.m.) — Hope, Echo, Octavia, and Diyoza are held prisoner in Bardo as Gabriel makes a surprising deal with Anders while back at Sanctum, Emori’s plan to unite the people backfires in […]

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Get Ready For A Slew Of ‘Mandalorian’ Books, Including A Collection Of Season One Concept Art

Season two of The Mandalorian is still on track for this fall despite the massive interruption of the entertainment industry due to coronavirus, but there’s even more Mando on the way thanks to a very predictable Star Wars content delivery system: books. Star Wars’ official website dropped details on a big publishing schedule of Mandalorian-related […]

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Get Ready For A Slew Of ‘Mandalorian’ Books, Including A Collection Of Season One Concept Art

Season two of The Mandalorian is still on track for this fall despite the massive interruption of the entertainment industry due to coronavirus, but there’s even more Mando on the way thanks to a very predictable Star Wars content delivery system: books. Star Wars’ official website dropped details on a big publishing schedule of Mandalorian-related […]

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‘Justice League’ Star Ray Fisher Called Director Joss Whedon ‘Abusive’ And ‘Unprofessional’ On Set

Justice League came out three years ago, but it’s inexplicably one of the most talked-about movies of 2020. First, there was the successful Release the Snyder Cut movement (it’s coming out on HBO Max); now, there’s Ray Fisher v. Joss Whedon. Earlier this week, Fisher, who played Cyborg in the 2017 superhero team-up movie, “forcefully […]

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You Don’t Want To Cross Shia LaBeouf In David Ayer’s ‘The Tax Collector’ Trailer

Many of David Ayer’s movies are set in Los Angeles, whether it’s Denzel Washington showing Ethan Hawke around the city in Training Day, Jake Gyllenhaal having his life “changed” by End of Watch, or Will Smith working with an orc cop in Bright. There’s an entire Wiki page dedicated to every film of his that […]

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A ‘Beavis And Butt-Head’ Reboot Is Coming From Comedy Central (With Spinoffs As Well)

Breaking the law! Breaking the law! Dust off your nostalgia from your late 1990s nights spent watching MTV. Beavis and Butt-Head, starring those profane and terminally chuckling couch-lovers, are coming back for more. This time around, they’ll appear in a reboot that Comedy Central is calling a “reimagining” of Mike Judge’s seminal MTV animated show. […]

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David France On ‘Welcome To Chechnya,’ A Bleak But Fascinating Watch About Chechnya’s ‘Gay Purge’

If you’ve never seen Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov’s interview with HBO Real Sports, it’s one of the more chilling things you’ll ever watch. HBO’s David Scott, reporting on Kadyrov’s official promotion of MMA and support of many high profile fighters, asks the stocky Kadyrov, wearing some hybrid of hoodie and military fatigues and looking like […]

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When Triumph The Insult Comic Dog Insulted Ted Cruz To His Face, He Left Out An Extremely Crass Joke

During the Texas Senate race in 2018, Triumph the Insult Comic Dog, as voiced and performed by SNL legend Robert Smigel, interviewed Beto O’Rourke, a Democrat, and his Republican opponent Ted Cruz, who ended up winning the red state. If you’re still trying to figure out what Cruz meant when he told Triumph, “It wasn’t […]

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Mike Schur Looked Back On Carl Reiner’s Brilliant Improv During His ‘Parks And Rec’ Appearance

The death of Carl Reiner on Tuesday brought an outpouring of grief in the entertainment industry, starting with a loving tribute from his longtime friend Mel Brooks. Reiner’s death was not a shock by any means — all of us should be so lucky to live 98 years and be as successful and memorable as […]

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The ‘Queer Eye’ Fab Five Attempts To Give Gritty A Makeover In A Very Special Video

The Queer Eye reboot spent their fifth season in Philadelphia, and while they’ve been busy doing makeovers from all over town — from Fishtown to West Philly to Germantown and even far-flung-ish Wyomissing — they would be remiss if they didn’t at least try to take on Gritty. It’s been almost two years since the […]

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What’s On Tonight: George Lopez’s Netflix Special Joins The Tuesday Comedy Lineup

If nothing below suits your sensibilities, check out our guide to What You Should Watch On Streaming Right Now. George Lopez: We’ll Do It For Half (Netflix stand-up special, Tuesday) — Somehow, this is Lopez’s first Netflix comedy special despite his storied stand-up roots. In one hour, Lopez dives into lessons that he’s learned from […]

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Mahershala Ali Will Return To HBO For A Limited Series About A Legendary Boxer

Despite being the first African-American heavyweight boxing champion, Jack Johnson hasn’t been the subject of a biopic in half a century. That’s about to change: As per Deadline, HBO has announced a limited series, called Unruly, about the legendary pugilist, and it will star two-time Oscar-winner and future Blade Mahershala Ali. Ali has long said […]

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A Simple Trick For Getting ‘Ja Ja Ding Dong’ From ‘Eurovision’ Out Of Your Head

This is a problem. It’s a real problem. It’s not the biggest problem we have right now, I’ll gladly concede that much, but still, the point stands: Once you hear the song “Ja Ja Ding Dong” from Eurovision Song Contest, the new Ferrell-McAdams movie that is burning up Netflix, you will have an impossible time […]

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Christopher Nolan Bans Two Things From His Movie Sets, Neither Of Which Are Chairs

If Christopher Nolan banning chairs from his sets sounded too good to be true (of course Christopher Nolan wouldn’t allow his cast and crew to sit down), that’s because it is. In a recent conversation between Anne Hathaway and Hugh Jackman, The Dark Knight Rises actress told her Les Misérables co-star, “Chris also doesn’t allow […]

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Damon Lindelof Details The Disagreement That Led To ‘Lost’ Spiraling Away From The Original Exit Plan

Ever since the Lost series finale aired, a decade ago as of May 2010, it’s been a source of contention for both fans and the creators of the show. While there never could’ve been an ending to the hit supernatural drama that satisfied everyone, the series finale has been relentlessly dunked on for years. Even […]

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Martin Luther King Jr.’s Daughter Isn’t Here For Terry Crews’ Latest Black Lives Matter Tweet

Terry Crews isn’t faring so well on social media these days. Following the killing of George Floyd, Crews tweeted controversial remarks on avoiding “Black supremacy.” He then attempted to explain his perspective with more tweets and ended up creating a bigger mess, mostly because his wording had suggested a warning against something (“Black supremacy”) that […]

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Okieriete Onaodowan On What ‘Hamilton’ Means To Him And The Rage He Felt The Night Mike Pence Showed Up

As Hamilton‘s longest-tenured original cast member – playing the duel role of both Hercules Mulligan and James Madison – Okieriete Onaodowan was there that night in December of 2016 when then Vice President-elect Mike Pence arrived for a show. For Onaodowan, it wasn’t just that Pence was there. Yes, the headlines that night were that […]

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