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Stephen Colbert Couldn’t Resist Making One Final ‘Pee Tape’ Joke About Trump

Is the “pee tape” real? We may never know, but count Stephen Colbert among the believers. The Late Show host has cracked countless jokes about the 2013 tape that allegedly shows Donald Trump watching two prostitutes pee in a bed that the Obamas slept in at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Moscow, Russia (it says a […]

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Lil Nas X Jokes His Grammys Are Going In The Basement After Getting An Award He Likes More

At award shows, while winning artists usually hold trophies on stage, they don’t typically take home their awards that day. Instead, they arrive in the mail at some point, often months out from the ceremony. Such is the case for Lil Nas X, who scored at Nickelodeon’s virtual Kids’ Choice Awards back in May. Now […]

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Gary Trent Jr. Gave Us The Flop Of The Year Against The Thunder

In some ways, flopping is a lost art in the NBA world. Some players, especially superstars, still perform at a high level in the flopping space, accentuating contact to draw whistles and generate free throw attempts. At the same time, the NBA does have a system in place (albeit one that is rarely used) to […]

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‘Lovecraft Country’ Creator Misha Green Will Write And Direct The Next Installment Of ‘Tomb Raider’

You might not remember the Tomb Raider movie reboot, and it only came out about three years ago. It starred no less than Oscar-winner Alicia Vikander, and though it grossed a ton overseas, only a modest chunk of that was from the United States. But that wasn’t enough to kill the franchise. Indeed, Variety reports […]

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Arca’s 9-Minute Single ‘Madre’ From HBO’s ‘Euphoria’ Is Equally Haunting And Moving

Arca is known for her harsh synths and distorted beats, which can be heard on her Grammy-nominated 2020 album Kick I. But with her new nine-minute single “Madre,” the producer forgoes her drum pad in favor of a more stripped-down effect. The song appeared in the recent special episode of HBO’s Euphoria, which centered around […]

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Netflix’s ‘The White Tiger’ Is A Visually Witty Exploration Of Class That Evokes Memories Of ‘Parasite’

Despite being a dizzyingly diverse nation of more than 1.3 billion people, movies set in India, probably thanks to the Bollywood formula and Slumdog Millionaire, still carry with them an oddly specific set of expectations. It’s hard not to expect exuberant expression, vivid colors, music, and a vague kind of plucky optimism driving it all. […]

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Bad Bunny Will Perform His Booker T-Inspired Song At WWE’s Royal Rumble

If Bad Bunny‘s El Última Tour Del Mundo track “Booker T” is any indication, the musician is a huge wrestling fan. That’s why he’s beyond excited to announce that’s been officially booked to perform the song at WWE’s Royal Rumble 2021 this Sunday. Speaking about the opportunity to perform at the event, Bad Bunny said […]

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Serpentwithfeet’s Sun Soaked ‘Fellowship’ Video Heralds His Sophomore Album ‘Deacon’

Serpentwithfeet first made a name for himself with his atmospheric debut album Soil, which landed on The 2018 Uproxx Music Critics Poll. Now, the LA-based musician returns for more music this year following his Virgil Abloh collaboration “Delicate Limbs.” Sharing the touching “Fellowship” video, Serpentwithfeet announces his sophomore album Deacon. Directed by Kordae Jatafa Henry […]

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Disney Is Updating Its Jungle Cruise Rides To Address ‘Negative Depictions’ Of Indigenous Peoples

Disney is making some changes to its Jungle Cruise rides (in California and Florida) that happen to coincide with some added interest in the attractions in 2021. The long-running attraction has seen considerable calls to change the ride’s content, as the ride that’s set in the 1930s has some dated references and dialogue to say […]

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Wylde Tells Us How She Stays Balanced And Creative During Quarantine

“Quarantine Kit” features interviews with our favorite actors, musicians, chefs, athletes, and artists about their personal methods for killing time, staying fit, and keeping social distance during the continuing COVID-19 pandemic. Wylde may not be a household name (yet), but much of the young artist’s latest EP, Castles, is already working itself into our favorite […]

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Lil Wayne Reportedly Went Straight To Work On Tory Lanez’s New Video After Being Pardoned By Trump

Although anything Tory Lanez posts must be taken with a grain of salt in recent months, it looks like Lil Wayne celebrated his official pardon by getting straight back to work, joining Lanez on the set of his new music video for “Big Tipper.” In a clip that Tory posted to his Instagram, Wayne apparently […]

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Foo Fighters Are Creating A SiriusXM Station Ahead Of Their ‘Medicine At Midnight’ Album

Foo Fighters have been steadily dropping singles ahead of their impending LP Medicine At Midnight, but that’s not the only exciting project they have in the works. To drum up anticipation around the album, the band is launching the SiriusXM station Foo Fighters Radio. After launching February 3rd, Foo Fighters Radio will be available for […]

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Cardi B Breaks Down Her Family History After Being Pulled Into DaniLeigh’s ‘Yellow Bone’ Controversy

An exasperated Cardi B gave her fans a history lesson and a breakdown of her family tree after being pulled into the recent controversy over DaniLeigh’s new song “Yellow Bone.” When DaniLeigh was called out for promoting colorism by fans insisting she isn’t Black because of her Dominican roots, it wasn’t long before some were […]

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Sabrina Carpenter Tries To Walk Back Her Very Specific ‘Skin’ Lyrics As Not About ‘One Single Person’

Last week Sabrina Carpenter dropped a new song, “Skin,” that specifically addresses lyrics in Olivia Rodrigo’s smash debut single “Drivers License.” This week, however, she’s trying to walk some of those specifics back. In an Instagram post Sabrina says she “wasn’t bothered” by “Drivers License” and “wrote a diss track about it.” No, not at […]

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Dustin Poirier’s Knockout Of Conor McGregor Was A Reminder Of Why We Love MMA

The fight game suffers from a similar paradox as politics. Just as winning elections and actually governing are two separate, possibly completely unrelated skill sets, so it is that the things that sell tickets to a fight aren’t the same things that make that fight great. And this Saturday’s UFC main event between Conor McGregor […]

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Leonardo DiCaprio Signed A Letter To President Biden Asking Him To ‘Act On Climate Change’

Leonardo DiCaprio was one of dozens of celebrities, politicians, scholars, and CEOs who signed an open letter to President Joe Biden asking him to take the threat of climate change seriously. “Congratulations! Your inauguration marks a turning point in history for the United States of America and for the world. The task ahead is enormous: […]

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WWE Has Signed An Exclusive Streaming Deal With NBCU’s Peacock Service

As the streaming wars rage on, Peacock just delivered a stunning haymaker to the competition by locking down the exclusive streaming rights to the WWE Network. Starting March 18, all WWE Network content including pay-per-view events and original series like Steve Austin Broken Skull Sessions, Undertaker: The Last Ride, and the all-new WWE Icons will […]

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‘How I Met Your Mother’ Star Jason Segel Has Explained Why He Hasn’t Starred In A Comedy In Years

Between 2008 and 2014, Jason Segel starred in Forgetting Sarah Marshall, I Love You, Man, Gulliver’s Travels, Bad Teacher, The Five-Year Engagement, and Sex Tape, many of which were box office hits; wrote The Muppets; and continued to play Marshall Eriksen on the hit sitcom How I Met Your Mother. Not a bad seven years. […]

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Will ‘WandaVision’ Connect The MCU, ‘X-Men,’ And Fox Superhero Verse?

We’re three episodes into WandaVision, and things are starting to get weird — multi-verse story bridging weird. While the show’s first two episodes managed to introduce the sitcom-inspired fantasy that Wanda and Vision found themselves somewhat mysteriously housed in, the show’s third episode launched (quite literally) our collective conspiracy theorizing into overdrive with a few […]

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‘Snowpiercer’ Gains Momentum In Season 2 While Gripping The Tracks For Dear Life

The Snowpiercer TV reboot purposely distanced itself from Bong Joon Ho’s 2013 film. That was quite a feat on multiple levels: (1) The show knew that there was no chance to measure up to a masterpiece, so it chose, instead, to be relentlessly different despite being confined to the same claustrophobic setting; (2) The series […]

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Billie Eilish Admits She Had A Lucille Bluth Moment And Paid $35 For Froot Loops Cereal

If you’re tracking it per episode, Arrested Development may have more quote-worthy moments than just about any TV comedy ever. One of the most famous is when Lucille Bluth demonstrates her lack of knowledge about things that are common knowledge to everyday people by asking her son, “I mean, it’s one banana, Michael. What could […]

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The Streaming Era’s Recent Astronaut-Themed TV Shows, Ranked

It’s not exactly clear why this is the case, but the various streaming networks have all attempted — with varying degrees of success — to launch their own astronaut-themed series. In fact, both Apple TV+ and Disney+, launched their services with an astronaut series onboard, while Netflix has created three astronaut-themed shows in recent years. […]

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