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There are any number of people with good reason to feel slighted by Hollywood in terms of representation, but not perhaps white, straight, male people like Chris Pratt. Pratt had suggested...

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Last month, a Ryan Reynolds fan (who has since been promoted to superfan, by us) tweeted at Reynolds, saying that if the actor liked his tweet, he’d get Reynolds’s name tattooed on...

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The talented British director Ben Wheatley must believe that he has a mandate to push every premise into the red zone, playing havoc with your emotions while testing your endurance. His...

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Fate of the Furious writer Chris Morgan has said for a while that he would love to bring back Sung Kang as the beloved character Han. Despite the fact that we saw Han die all over again...

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Olivia de Havilland, the only major movie star featured in FX’s Feud who is still alive, does not watch the TV show, nor does she intend to watch it, nor is she interested in talking...

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There’s a reason Richard Gere is sticking to indie fare these days: He has to. After spending years as one of Hollywood’s most famous leading men, he’s been sidelined from bigger...

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My idea of purgatory is a show that repeatedly spits terrible rhymes at you. I mean rhymes like erection/reception, ideas/rears, clock/cop, vistas/spinsters, gluten/solution, dresses/precious,...

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Pearl Jam was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center last week in a class that includes Yes, Joan Baez, and Tupac. This isn’t the first year a...

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In a sad piece of news affecting the British comedy community, Michael Caine has revealed that Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon — you know, those two delightful chaps who bicker and try...

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Prestige television, step to the side: Welcome to the golden age of car TV. Spotify, which is apparently doing original video stuff now, announced plans today for a new series called...