Category: Entertainment

What’s On Tonight: The Daniel Radcliffe-Starring ‘Miracle Workers’ Season Takes Satiric Aim At Toxic Masculinity

Miracle Workers: Oregon Trail (TBS, 10:30 pm) — Season 3 of this anthology series continues in 1844, when an idealistic preacher (Daniel Radcliffe) must join forces with a wanted outlaw (Steve Buscemi) as they set off on the eponymous trail by wagon. TBS suggests that the promise and peril that they encounter might remind us […]

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A Shirtless Adam Driver Turning Into A Centaur In A Bizarre New Ad Is Making People Feel… Things

John Oliver has called Adam Driver many colorful things over the years, including a “rudely large man,” “f*ckable redwood,” and an “irredeemable steer.” But one description that the Last Week Tonight host never got around to is: wet centaur. Driver is the face (and body) of Burberry new men’s fragrance, which launches next month. “This […]

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Ellyn Burstyn Is Back After 48 Years to Reprise Her Revered Role in New ‘Exorcist’ Trilogy

Oscar-winning actress Ellyn Burstyn, who played the determined mother who battles the devil when her 12-year-old daughter becomes possessed by a demon in the legendary 1973 horror flick “The Exorcist,” is back nearly 50 years later to reprise her role in a new trilogy series, according to published reports. Universal is spending more than $400 million to buy […]

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Robin Williams Quit The ‘Howard The Duck’ Movie After Three Frustrating Days, According To His Replacement

Marvel may be the dominant force in movies right now, but it got off to an inauspicious cinematic start. The first big-screen movie — and the last for 12 years, until Blade — was 1986’s Howard the Duck, based one of the more eccentric characters in the comics giant’s stable. It was a huge Lucasfilm […]

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Juno Temple On How ‘Ted Lasso’ Saved Her Mental Health During Lockdown

It’s hard to think of a character on Ted Lasso who’s more relentlessly optimistic than the former-football-coach-turned-futbol-coach brought to life by Jason Sudeikis on the Apple TV+ original series. But if we were playing that game, we’d be naming Juno Temple’s WAG-ish PR maven as runner-up. Temple’s Keeley Jones started out a pinup prototype – […]

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Matt Damon Fell In Love With Ireland And Wants To Move There After The Pandemic

Due to the pandemic, Matt Damon spent over three months living in Ireland while filming for The Last Duel shut down, and while the delay wasn’t what anyone on the production expected, Damon loved it. In fact, he’s thinking about moving to the country once the lockdowns in Europe are over. While stopping by the […]

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‘Ted Lasso’ Had A Record-Breaking Season 2 Debut For Apple TV+, Claims Apple TV+

You’ve probably been hearing a lot about Ted Lasso recently, and with good reason: The feel-good Apple TV Plus comedy, about a almost relentlessly chipper football coach played by the IRL also nice Jason Sudeikis, just bowed its second season. And it got 13 Emmy nominations. And it’s got top shelf reviews. Critics and audiences […]

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Nicolas Cage Once Went Full Fanboy Toward Martin Short (On A Plane) Because Of ‘Clifford’

After spending four years on a shelf thanks to the financial implosion of Orion Pictures, MGM very reluctantly released the Martin Short vehicle, Clifford, into theaters in 1994 where it proceeded to instantly bomb both financially and critically. However, the film took on a cult following thanks to repeated viewings on cable, and to the […]

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What’s On Tonight: It’s A Good Night To Catch Up On Weekend Leftovers, Including ‘Woodstock 99’ On HBO

Woodstock 99: Peace, Love, and Rage (HBO film on HBO Max) — All was not what it seems for this three-day music festival that was meant to revive the countercultural idealism of its 1969 predecessor. Well, things weren’t “peace and love” in 1999, but rather, a total disaster by most standards. Mosh pits, blazing heat, […]

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LeVar Burton’s ‘Jeopardy!’ Hype Video Will Have You Rooting For Him To Become The Permanent Host

This Star Trek legend deserves to be the new host of Jeopardy!. Who is LeVar Burton? Following the death of Alex Trebek, Jeopardy! has rotated through celebrity guest hosts instead of settling on a permanent option. Aaron Rodgers has done the best job so far, but Robin Roberts, George Stephanopoulos, Ken Jennings, Katie Couric, Mayim […]

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Jennifer Lopez And Ben Affleck Recreated The ‘Jenny From The Block’ Music Video Like It’s 2002 All Over Again

Jennifer Lopez gave an Oscar-worthy performance in Hustlers, but it’s not her best role to date. No, it’s not The Cell or Out of Sight, either (although consider this your reminder that Out of Sight rules). It’s the “Jenny from the Block” music video, where between shots of Lopez dancing and going on a shopping […]

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John Oliver Makes A Case For Reparations With An Out-Of-Left Field But Accurate Joke Involving Stanley Tucci

Last Week Tonight returned from a month-long hiatus (during which the show released breezy segments about octopuses and an enormous penis) to confront a serious subject: housing discrimination in the United States. In doing so, Oliver (after literally talking to his show’s “void” and preparing for a return to a studio audience) made a case […]

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The ‘Chucky’ TV Series Trailer Previews The ‘World Series Of Slaughter’

A new Chucky TV series trailer arrived during this weekend’s low-key, virtual San Diego Comic-Con, and the good-bad news is that the O.G. homicidal doll shall never die. Granted, James Wan’s murderous doll creation, Annabelle, actually surfaced in history before Chucky, but the Child’s Play movies debuted before The Conjuring universe, and even more importantly, […]

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The ‘Army Of Thieves’ Teaser Trailer Shows Off Zack Snyder’s Heisting Prequel That Came Before Vegas Zombies

Netflix bet on dead with Zack Snyder’s Army of the Dead, and that bet apparently paid off handsomely, which is a good thing because there’s already a prequel in the can and on the way to your queue. The prequel doesn’t take place terribly far into the past, either. Matthias Schweighöfer returns to the franchise […]

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The ‘Dexter’ Revival Has Set A Premiere Date And Revealed Who Will Play Its Main Villain

There were a lot of panels at this weekend’s virtual San Diego Comic-Con, but among the biggest was for the forthcoming Dexter limited series, which will bring back everyone’s favorite serial killer-killing serial killer (Michael C. Hall) for at least one more batch of episodes. Not only was there a new trailer, but there were […]

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