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David Milch And Nick Pizzolatto Worked Together On ‘True Detective’ Season 3 And The ‘Deadwood’ Movie

HBO “Peak TV” could be due for a reboot in 2019 when True Detective season 3 (lovingly known online as #truedetectiveseason3) debuts on HBO. Then sometime down the road we will get Deadwood, but in movie form. Those two properties previously had nothing to do with each other, beyond a parent network, but from here […]

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LeBron James Unsurprisingly Thinks Trading For Anthony Davis Would Be ‘Amazing’

Getty Image LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers caught an L on Tuesday night, as the purple and gold strolled into Brooklyn and lost a thriller to the Nets. While James had his normal LeBron in New York box score — 36 points, 13 rebounds, eight assists — Brooklyn defended its home court en […]

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Project PAINT Teaches Prisoners How To Express Themselves Freely Behind Bars

Peter Merts   Teachers from Project PAINT (Founder, Laura Pecenco, in center) Last May, an art show opened in San Diego that drew a small, art-loving crowd to look at the works on display. In many ways, it was just like any other gallery opening — the artists were on hand to answer questions, the […]

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A Former ‘Game Of Thrones’ King Has A Violent Prediction For How The Show Will End

HBO Everyone (or at least the 16 million-plus people who watched the season seven finale) has a Game of Thrones final season prediction, most of which are either depressing and/or involve death. Finn Jones (Loras Tyrell) thinks “eventually what will happen is everyone will die,” Aiden Gillen (Littlefinger) wants a happy ending, “but I can’t […]

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What’s On Tonight: A ‘Drunk History’ Christmas Special

Comedy Central Drunk History (Comedy Central, 10:00 p.m.) — Ken Marino, Rob Corddry, and Colin Hanks guest star on this special holiday-themed Drunk History episode. Tonight, the show revisits George Washington’s Yuletide crossing of Delaware and Charles Dickens’ experience writing A Christmas Carol, which basically created our modern-day Christmas celebrations. Greatest Holiday Commercials Countdown 2018 […]

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Lonzo Ball’s Weaknesses Are A Problem, But His Strengths Give Reason For Optimism

Getty Image There are few non-superstar players who get more game-to-game scrutiny than Lonzo Ball. Between his father mouthing off at every turn throughout his rookie year to playing for the most famous team in basketball, the spotlight shines brightly on Ball’s every move. Add in LeBron James and a new level of team success […]

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Conan O’Brien’s New Half-Hour Talk Show Gets A Trailer And A Premiere Date

[embedded content] Share This Video In May, TBS announced that Conan O’Brien’s titular talk show Conan would soon be abandoning its traditional length of one hour in favor of a much shorter half-hour format. Some were worried the change would spell the end for the late night titan, who has spent more than 25 years […]

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Nicolas Cage Got The Best Advice Of His Career While Watching Movies With Charlie Sheen

Getty Image Nicolas Cage has a lot going on right now. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, in which he voices “Spider-Man Noir,” is doing really, really well with moviegoers and critics. He also recently declared that he’s about to make the “wildest” movie of his career, which is important because he just made a film that […]

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Actress And ‘A League Of Their Own’ Director Penny Marshall Dies At 75

Getty Image Penny Marshall, perhaps best known for the role Laverne DeFazio on Laverne & Shirley, and for directing films like Big and A League of Their Own has passed away from diabetes-related complications at 75. She died in her Hollywood Hills home, according to her publicist. After eight seasons on the ABC sitcom that […]

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‘The Terror’ Adds Real-Life Internment Camp Survivor George Takei To Its WWII-Themed Season 2 Cast

Getty Image When George Takei was a child, he and his family were sent to a Japanese-American internment camp, first in Arkansas and later in California. Following the end of World War II, Takei returned to Los Angeles, where he was born, and later became a television legend for his performance as Hikaru Sulu on […]

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Travis Knight On The Secrets Of ‘Bumblebee,’ Including A Cut Gobots Scene

Getty Image Maybe, just maybe, once the Transformers started hanging out with characters from King Arthur lore, it was time for a reset of sorts. Or, maybe it was time for a reset long before that as Michael Bay’s rude and crude version of Transformers had a way of wearing out their welcome fairly quickly. […]

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Before Hollywood Ruins Them: The 24 Sci-Fi, Tech, And Supernatural Scripts On The 2018 Black List

The 13th edition of the Black List is out, highlighting the “most liked” (not “best of”) unproduced screenplays as voted on by over 300 film executives who could choose up to 10 scripts each. So far, 446 previous Black List scripts have been produced, including On The Basis of Sex; All the Money in the […]

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Pate Davidson’s Sketches Were Pulled From Saturday’s ‘SNL’ Over Worries For His Health

Getty Image Pete Davidson made only two brief appearances on the most recent Saturday Night Live, and with good reason: Earlier in the day, he had gone on Instagram and made posts that seemed to suggest self-harm. Now according to Page Six, it’s been revealed that SNL head Lorne Michaels officially removed Davidson-related sketches during […]

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WWE’s Solution To Fixing Monday Night Raw Is Four General Managers For Some Reason

WWE raw Between the announcement that Vince McMahon would return to Monday Night Raw and rumors that WWE has “something big” planned to turn around its flagship show’s sagging viewership, The Universe was buzzing. What would it be? Vince stepping down and putting Triple H in charge? Another talent draft? The Elite? The, the Elite? […]

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Former Five-Star QB Justin Fields Reportedly Plans On Transferring From Georgia

Getty Image The Georgia Bulldogs fell just short of the College Football Playoff after a devastating loss to the Alabama Crimson Tide in the SEC Championship Game. Though many believe Kirby Smart’s team was among the four best in the sport, the Bulldogs will square off against Texas in the Sugar Bowl and, in short, […]

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Eric Reid’s Cleats Pay Tribute To The History Of Protest And Feature Colin Kaepernick

Twitter/@E_Reid35 The Carolina Panthers will square off against the New Orleans Saints in the Week 15 edition of Monday Night Football. Considering it is a battle between NFC South rivals, there is plenty of intrigue on the football side of things, particularly given the fact that the Saints could very well be in for a […]

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Travis Scott Announces The Second Leg Of His ‘Astroworld: Wish You Were Here’ Tour

Getty Image Travis Scott has announced the second leg of his Astroworld tour, which kicks off January 25 in Vancouver and concludes March 24 in Charlotte. The well-received first leg of the tour started last month in Baltimore and ends this Wednesday, December 19 in Los Angeles and included Travis’ Astroworld Festival in his hometown […]

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Kendrick Lamar, SZA, And Lady Gaga Are Among The Musicians On The Shortlist For A 2019 Oscar Nomination

Getty Image The shortlist for the 2019 Academy Awards nominees was released by the committee today and it includes some stiff competition for Best Original Song. Of course, Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper’s “Shallow” wound up on the list, as well as Kendrick Lamar and SZA’s “All The Stars,” but there are also a few […]

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