31 Aug

Actors Who Died In 2021

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Every year seems worse than the last when it comes to the number of bright lives that we’ve lost. In the end, death makes us all equals. But the work actors do, telling stories that inspire us, helps them to live on in our memories longer than most. We may not know these people personally, […]

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31 Aug

Embattled Jeopardy! Producer Mike Richards Has Officially Left The Show

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If Mike Richards’ job was in (ahem) jeopardy before, it’s well beyond that now. In the latest update on the unbelievably self-inflicted saga that has caught social media by storm, the producer and one-time new hire for the main hosting gig of “Jeopardy!” has finally departed the beloved game show entirely, effective immediately. At a time when powerful […]

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31 Aug

Director Steve McQueen Is Creating A Trio Of Documentaries About Pivotal Events In Black British History

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Last year, “12 Years a Slave” and “Widows” director Steve McQueen directed the five-film anthology series “Small Axe,” telling different stories about the lives of West Indian immigrants in London from the 1960s to the 1980s. Now McQueen has embarked on another ambitious series of films, this time in the documentary world. In September, Amazon […]

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31 Aug

Shang-Chi Star Fala Chen On What It's Like To Be Gazed Upon By Tony Leung [Interview]

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“The dead mother” has always been a rather thankless role. Eternally graceful in death and lovely in memory, the dead mother is less a character than she is a plot device — lending a depth to a lead character’s trauma and angst, and gone long before the events of a movie even start. But Fala […]

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31 Aug

Donnie Yen Is Having Fun Making John Wick 4, And We'll Take That As A Good Sign

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Actors generally get into the business in the first place thanks to some combination of talent, connections, the enjoyment of making money, and/or wanting to have fun with their pals. That last part doesn’t always happen with every production, but it can usually be taken as an encouraging sign when it does.  Donnie Yen has […]

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31 Aug

Rick And Morty Probably, Hopefully, Maybe Won't Be Taking A Two-Year Break Again

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We know we have a whole lot of “Rick and Morty” in our future, since show creators Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland signed a 70-episode deal with Adult Swim. What’s less clear, however, is when we’ll see the remaining episodes after the season 5 finale airs this September. In a recent interview, Spencer Grammer — who voices […]

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31 Aug

Impeachment Review: American Crime Story Turns The Clinton-Lewinsky Scandal Into Addictive, Uncomfortable TV

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“He’s going to have to resign.”  That’s a sentence multiple people say on different occasions in “Impeachment: American Crime Story,” the latest entry in the anthology series that began with “The People vs. O.J. Simpson,” and continued with “The Assassination of Gianni Versace.” Those previous two seasons dealt with murders as the inciting action, but the deaths […]

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31 Aug

Horror Icon Bela Lugosi's Incredible Life Story Is Now A Comic — Check Out Some Exclusive Art

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It’s been 90 years since Bela Lugosi portrayed the titular Count in the classic 1931 film, “Dracula.” Lugosi’s performance as the most famous of all vampires helped establish the character’s iconography — his suave demeanor and vampire vords — and he would forever be identified with the role. However, in addition to Lugosi’s professional triumphs onscreen, he […]

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31 Aug

New Venom: Let There Be Carnage Images Lets There Be Carnage, But Also Shriek

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“Venom: Let There Be Carnage,” the sequel to the inexplicably popular “Venom,” is set to come to theaters this October. To get us pumped up for the movie’s premiere, Sony Pictures released a bunch of photos of Venom and his nemesis, Carnage. There’s also photos of Shriek (AKA Francis Barrison, AKA actor Naomie Harris) looking […]

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31 Aug

The Croods: Family Tree Trailer: The Prehistoric Crew Gets A New Series On Hulu And Peacock

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Last year, “The Croods: A New Age” found the titular character challenged by another prehistoric family called the Bettermans. More evolved than The Croods, it seemed like they had a much better life than Grug (Nicolas Cage), Ugga (Catherine Keener), Eep (Emma Stone), Thunk (Clark Duke), Gran (Cloris Leachman) and Guy (Ryan Reynolds), especially with better names […]

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