Tag: Entertainment

Matches For September’s WWE Clash Of Champions Pay-Per-View Are Already Being Advertised

WWE Network WWE’s schedule causing them to announce show locations and matches through local advertising only to ret-con them a month later has become pretty commonplace, but it’s interesting nonetheless, and given their tendency to run the same shows over and over, it might not be too far from the truth. The most recent example […]

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Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson’s Favorite Quote That He’ll ‘Never Forget’ Is Very Inspiring

Getty Image The MTV Generation Award is given to anyone who “has shown us a variety of impressive roles, a personal and professional flair, and of course, an awesome level of talent.” And who is more impressive and awesome and showcases more flair than the Rock? During Monday’s 2019 MTV Movie & TV Awards, Dwayne […]

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‘Game Of Thrones’ Fans Can’t Believe That Arya Lost ‘Best Fight’ At The MTV Movie & TV Awards

HBO Earlier this year, the Maisie Williams’ Arya Stark defeated the Night King by stabbing him with Valyrian steel during the Battle of Winterfell. Even though massive hordes of undead were fighting against humanity, the youngest surviving Stark did the deed, ending the fight in an instant. This was a stunning outcome, although Arya had […]

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The Best Movies On Hulu Right Now, Ranked

Annapurna Pictures Last Updated: June 17th While it may live in the shadow of other better-known streaming services, Hulu, once regarded simply as “that TV thing,” has managed to maintain itself as a viable competitor in terms of offering a great variety of content online. This includes an impressive selection of quality movies, but it’s […]

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‘Toy Story 4’ Is A Deliciously Dark Romp About Toys That Yearn For Death’s Cold Embrace

Via wp-image-402010364 One of the greatest tricks the Toy Story franchise ever pulled was turning what on the surface looks like this consumerist paean to stuff into a poignant riff on mortality. This came to a head with the incinerator scene in Toy Story 3, when the characters hold hands while facing down the inevitability […]

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Halsey Had An ‘Existential Crisis’ After Seeing Her Resemblance To Miley Cyrus’s ‘Black Mirror’ Character

Miley Cyrus starred in a recent episode of Black Mirror, in which she played a pop star who struggled with mental health issues and was tightly controlled by her authoritarian manager. The “Nightmare” singer Halsey found the episode jarring for a particular reason: Halsey noticed that Miley Cyrus’s character was eerily similar to herself. Halsey […]

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Robert Downey Jr. Apparently Wants To See Iron Man’s Comic Book Successor Get Her Own Movie

Getty Image CAUTION: Look, Avengers: Endgame came out months ago, but just in case… By now you probably know that at the end of Avengers: Endgame‘s climactic battle, Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) sacrifices himself in order to defeat Thanos and his invading army. As a result, the good guys win but, sadly, they have […]

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WATCH: Drake Chugs Beer During Raptors Parade [Video]

Getty Rapper Drake with Raptors point guard Kyle Lowry Drake is rising in the ranks of celebrities who are caught on camera impressively chugging a beer. The hip-hop star and notorious Raptors fan was caught on camera slamming a brewski in the midst of the Toronto Raptor’s parade celebrating their victory over the Golden State […]

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Karl Urban Invokes The Spice Girls To Rally ‘The Boys’ Against A Bunch Of Irresponsible Superheroes

[embedded content] Share This Video In January, Seth Rogen introduced Twitter to the first teaser for his and Preacher collaborator Evan Goldberg’s upcoming Amazon Prime series The Boys. Created by Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson, the original comics concerned the operations of a clandestine squad whose chief task is monitoring the world’s superheroes and, if […]

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David Tennant And Hayley Atwell Will Lead Netflix’s Unique ‘Criminal’ Anthology Series

[embedded content] Share This Video Netflix may have finally said goodbye to its own Marvel universe with the third and final season of Jessica Jones last week, but that doesn’t mean the comic book behemoth’s affiliated performers won’t be dropping by on other originals. Such is the case for David Tennant (Jessica Jones) and Hayley […]

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Sophie Turner Would Be ‘So Down’ To Play Boy George In An Upcoming Movie

Getty Image Following the global box office success of Bohemian Rhapsody and warm critical reception to Rocketman, music biopics are very in right now (even if they’re impossible to watch without thinking of Walk Hard). The trend shows no sign of slowing down, either: Respect, starring Jennifer Hudson as Aretha Franklin, is scheduled for August […]

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The Jennifer Lawrence-Less Future Of ‘The Hunger Games’ Will Include A Prequel Movie

Lionsgate The fourth and final (for now) Hunger Games film, Mockingjay – Part 2, only came out four years ago. But because the series made nearly $3 billion at the box office, placing it in the top-20 of highest-grossing cinematic franchises ever, a prequel movie is already under consideration. Hunger Games author Suzanne Collins announced […]

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Everyone Is Talking About Laura Dern’s Episode-Stealing ‘Big Little Lies’ Meltdown

HBO Big Little Lies‘ second season launched last week on HBO with Meryl Streep’s Mary Louise unnerving the Monterey Five and, in the process, unleashing a scream that will undoubtedly become a centerpiece of the next awards season. However, Laura Dern’s Renata began this batch of episodes in an equally strong manner, and during Sunday […]

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AEW’s Young Bucks And Lucha Brothers Faced Off Again At AAA Verano De Escándalo

AAA Verano de Escándalo is typically AAA‘s last major show before Triplemanía and this year’s show included performers from their new American partner company (and new company in general), All Elite Wrestling. While it didn’t clearly set up any AEW involvement in AAA’s biggest show of the year on August 3 (on which we already […]

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What’s The Deal With The Kids On ‘Fear The Walking Dead’?

AMC Back in the season fifth premiere, in trying to describe to Annie, Max, and Dylan the problems Morgan and Company have encountered in their pursuit of people to “help,” Alicia explained to the kids that “everyone is either lost, missing, or don’t want to be found.” It appears after this week’s episode of Fear […]

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Arturo Castro Tells Us About Busting Stereotypes And Wearing Bad Wigs On Comedy Central’s ‘Alternatino’

Comedy Central Broad City breakout Arturo Castro is readying to launch his own Comedy Central sketch show, Alternatino with Arturo Castro, later this month. Seeing your name in bright lights is surreal for any actor in Hollywood, but it’s especially strange for Castro, the Guatemalan-born funny-man who moved to the U.S. as a teenager and […]

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