Category: Entertainment

Netflix Fired Employee After They Leaked Info on Dave Chappelle’s Pay for ‘The Closer’

Netflix has announced they’ve terminated an employee after they disclosed what Dave Chappelle was paid for his most recent comedy special “The Closer,” according to Vulture. A statement from Netflix states that the unnamed employee shared “confidential, commercially sensitive information outside the company.” This comes after the recent backlash about the controversial special, which some […]

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YOU temporada tres: ¿quién es Mark Blum, persona a la que está dedicada el primer episodio?

Los usuarios de Netflix están empezando a disfrutar de la tercera temporada de You. El estreno de la temporada, titulado “Y vivieron felices para siempre”, estuvo dedicado a Mark Blum. Cuando termina el episodio, las palabras “En memoria cariñosa [de] Mark Blum” aparecen en la pantalla. Algunos espectadores se preguntaron por qué el episodio estaba […]

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Ridley Scott’s ‘The Last Duel’ Is A Baffling Adaptation Of A Great Story

Ridley Scott has a rare talent among auteurs, that when he makes a bad movie, it’s usually so breathtakingly terrible and full of unforced errors that people just sort of end up forgetting that it even existed. I’d have such a hard time convincing the average moviegoer that Robin Hood or Exodus or Kingdom Of […]

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Weekend Preview: ‘Succession’ And ‘Fear The Walking Dead’ Are Bringing Killers Back

Succession (Sunday, HBO 9:00pm) — Well, well, well. Jeremy Strong’s Kendall lit this seriously screwed-up family on fire during the last season finale. As a result, Brian Cox’s Logan Roy is ready to go “full f*cking beast,” and that means a lot of things, but one important one: it’s time for everyone to f*ck off. […]

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Netflix Has Fired The Organizer Of A Trans Employee Walkout That Was Sparked By The Dave Chappelle Controversy

The Dave Chappelle controversy just keeps getting worse for Netflix. The streaming giant has reportedly fired the organizer of the trans employee walkout set for October 20. Calling it a “day of rest,” trans employees were encouraged to not report to work in an effort to let Netflix know that “we challenge the very principles […]

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The Hype Train For ‘The Batman’ Chugs Along With New Posters And A Sneak Peek At Robert Pattinson’s Bat-Voice

As The Batman gets ready to have a sizable presence at Saturday’s DC FanDome event, the film’s official Twitter account and director Matt Reeves have been dropping tiny nuggets of Bat-gold to build up hype for what is almost certainly going to be a new trailer release. First out of the gate is a look […]

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The ‘Big Mouth’ Season 5 Trailer Has Love Bugs, Hate Worms, And A Ripped Kumail Nanjiani

Through the first four seasons of Big Mouth, there’s been hormone monsters, shame wizards, depression kitties, anxiety mosquitos, and f*ck gremlins. Season five introduces two new monsters to the mix: love bugs and hate worms. The new characters will make things difficult for Big Mouth‘s hormone-struck teens. “Nick’s lovebug, Walter pushes Nick to pursue his […]

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Samuel L. Jackson Is ‘Back With A Fury’ (Post-Snap, Obviously) On The Set Of Marvel’s ‘Secret Invasion’

Nick Fury has been through some sh*t over the past handful of Avengers movies. We finally got to see how he lost one eye (to a freaking cat) in Captain Marvel. He got snapped away (before he could even finish saying, “Motherf*cker”) at the end of Infinity War. And we don’t really know whether Fury […]

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Yahya Abdul-Mateen II Explains How His Morpheus In ‘The Matrix Resurrections’ Works And Admits He Was Confused By It, Too

Shortly after The Matrix Resurrections trailer dropped, and absolutely blew fans’ minds, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II took to Instagram where he confirmed that the character he’s playing is indeed Morpheus, the iconic mentor to Keanu Reeves’ Neo. Of course, this raised some questions considering the role was made famous by Laurence Fishburne who played Morpheus in […]

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Bo Burnham’s ‘Inside (The Songs)’ Isn’t A Comedy Album, According To The Grammys

Bo Burnham’s Inside is one of the year’s most talked-about comedy specials, and similarly, the soundtrack album, Inside (The Songs), is inarguably 2021’s biggest comedy album. It’s currently No. 1 on the Billboard Comedy Albums chart and has been for 18 weeks, the entire time it’s been on the chart. It also became his first […]

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‘Succession’ Star Brian Cox Has Two Words (And They’re Not ‘F*ck Off’) To Describe His Distaste For Fox News

While stopping by CNBC to promote the upcoming season premiere of Succession Season 3, Brian Cox weighed in on the current state of the American media landscape, and he is clearly not a fan of Fox News. On the hit HBO series Cox plays Logan Roy, a Rupert Murdoch-esque titan who lords over a media […]

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‘Apartment’ and ‘Hometown’ Share Busan Festival’s New Currents Award

The Busan International Film Festival announced joint winners in both of its prestige sections, the New Currents competition for emerging filmmakers and the Kim Jiseok showcase for works by established directors. Korean-made “The Apartment With Two Women” and Chinese first feature “Farewell, My Hometown” shared the New Currents award. More from Variety In the Kim […]

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‘Jeopardy!’ Champion Matt Amodio Cleared The Air About Speculation He Lost On Purpose

Matt Amodio’s time on Jeopardy! (for now) is done. At least until the next Tournament of Champions. But the Ph. D student still has plenty of people talking about his $1.5 million, 388-day run on the show as Jeopardy! champion. Given just how consistent he was in cruising past contestants to build up that historic […]

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A New ‘Hawkeye’ TV Spot Previews A Double Helping Of Episodes Before Thanksgiving

In the aptly titled preview, “Change of Plans,” Disney+ reveals that its upcoming Hawkeye series will switch things up a bit when it premieres the day before Thanksgiving. According to the new video, Hawkeye will drop two episodes on November 24, which is practically a whole Marvel movie to enjoy over the holiday. There’s also […]

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‘Squid Game’ Sure Turned Out To Be A (Relatively) Inexpensive Hit For Netflix

As the Dave Chappelle controversy continues to engulf Netflix, employees have been sharing internal conversations at the streaming giant, and what they reportedly reveal (according to Bloomberg) is a surprising bit of information about how much return Netflix is getting on its massive investments — and one of its smallest. In a new Bloomberg report […]

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First-Time Director Halle Berry Plays An MMA Fighter With Something To Prove In Netflix’s ‘Bruised’ Trailer

Following the release of Space Jam: A New Legacy, The Ringer‘s Keith Phipps wondered where have all the sports movies gone. Now, you may think the genre deserves to be put out of its misery after watching the miserable Space Jam sequel and seeing the faith-based trailer for the Kurt Warner movie, American Underdog, but […]

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Netflix Top Brass Is Still Trying To Defend Dave Chappelle’s New Special As Its Employees Revolt

Netflix hasn’t had a great week. On one hand, one of their newest programs, Dave Chappelle’s latest stand-up special The Closer, is the talk of the town. On the other, a lot of that talk is negative, and it’s even coming from their employees. The beloved comic once again went off on the LGTBQ+ community, […]

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Matt Amodio Has A Really ‘Boring’ Answer For What He’s Going To Do With All Of His $1.5 Million ‘Jeopardy!’ Money

Matt Amodio’s Jeopardy! streak came to a sudden and shocking end on Monday, but that’s nothing to sneeze at: With 38 consecutive wins, he has the second longest run in the game show’s history, ahead of James Holzhauer’s 33 wins but way behind Ken Jennings’ 74. In that time — only nine days of shooting, […]

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David Gordon Green On ‘Halloween Kills’ And What We’ll See In ‘Halloween Ends’

David Gordon Green seems to have fun with these new Halloween movies. How else can it be explained why else he’d put all three Silver Shamrock masks from Halloween III: Season of the Witch in his new installment of the Michael Myers saga, Halloween Kills. (It’s funny, because I couldn’t quite make out the logo […]

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Peter Jackson’s ‘The Beatles: Get Back’ Trailer Is Full Of Never-Before-Seen Footage Of The Fab Four

Peter Jackson’s The Beatles: Get Back was announced in January 2019, exactly 50 years after John, Paul, George, and Ringo played on the rooftop of Apple Corps headquarters (“it’s been done”). It’s finally coming out next month, and on Wednesday, Disney+ released the first trailer for the three-part docuseries. The Beatles: Get Back “showcases The […]

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Larry David Is Here For Humanity (But Not People) In The ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’ Season 11 Trailer

Hot on the heels of Larry David’s story about turning up at Jimmy Kimmel’s house, the curmudgeon is back for Curb Your Enthusiasm in the Season 11 trailer. And if we’ve ever needed some insight from the Seinfeld co-creator on the state of humanity, the time would be now (because of, obviously, humanity’s inept handling […]

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