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This 'Grease' Fan Theory Is Darker Than Summer Nights

A dark “Grease” fan theory is racing across the internet, and the creepiest thing is how it goes together like ramma lamma lamma ka dinga da dinga dong. It all starts with the peculiar end of the movie. Danny and Sandy get in a car and fly off into the sky. Show More Summary

38 Perfectly Snarky Tweets About The 'Bachelor In Paradise' Finale

After six long weeks of tears, roses, tequila and Jorge, “Paradise” has finally come to an end. We wrapped up this (18-day) journey with three engagements, one new “Bachelor” and countless margaritas. Below are 38 tweets that nail the...Show More Summary

Netflix's New Amanda Knox Documentary Wants You Pick A Side

Netflix is back at it again with another criminal justice thriller. The streaming service released the first two trailers for its new documentary, “Amanda Knox,” on Wednesday. The doc centers around the now-29-year-old once accused (and later jailed and acquitted) for the murder of her roommate in Italy. Show More Summary

What Many 'Seinfeld' Fans Get Wrong About The 'Soup Nazi'

No soup for you! Those four little words became one of the most famous lines across the nine seasons of “Seinfeld.” Larry Thomas is the actor who barked that phrase as the show’s infamous “Soup Nazi,” and as he tells “Oprah: Where Are...Show More Summary

The Time Is Meow! 'Super Troopers 2' Is Filming

Break out the nice liter-a-cola! Team Ramrod and the rest of the troopers are reporting for duty. As announced on the Broken Lizard Facebook page and reported by Deadline, filming on “Super Troopers 2” has officially started outside of Boston. Show More Summary

'Gilmore Girls' Comes For Gwyneth Paltrow In First Page Of Revival Script

We don’t know what we’ve done to deserve this gift, Amy Sherman-Palladino, but we happily accept the first page of Netflix’s “Gilmore Girls” revival script with no questions asked. With the release date for the continued adventures of...Show More Summary

Ali Larter Predicts Where Her 'Legally Blonde' Character Would Be Now

Fifteen years after “Legally Blonde” first graced the silver screen, Ali Larter sat down with The Huffington Post to reflect on where her character, Brooke Wyndham, would be a decade and a half later. Larter predicted that Wyndham, a...Show More Summary

The First Time Ava DuVernay Ever Cried In Her Director's Chair

As a filmmaker, Ava DuVernay is always thinking about opening and closing images, and her latest TV project, “Queen Sugar,” is no different. The opening scene from Tuesday’s premiere featured a very deliberate unfolding, beginning with...Show More Summary

Lauren Conrad Somehow Doesn't Understand How To Use GIFs

When we spoke to Spencer Pratt for “The Hills” 10th anniversary at the end of May, he joked about how “mind-boggling” it was to see Lauren Conrad ? whom he guessed to be making about $200,000 per episode ? quit the show after its fourth season to “go do a blog.” That’s right. Show More Summary

The First Female-Led Show On FX Gives Women The TV Mom They Deserve

When Pamela Adlon first pitched her new show “Better Things” to FX, she possessed a clear idea of what her main character Sam Fox would look like. Sam, she said, would look a lot like Adlon herself ? a single mother in her 40s who wears black and rocks bedhead. Show More Summary

'The Crow' Reboot Begins Filming In January With Jason Momoa Set To Star

Believe in angels because the much delayed reboot of the 1994 cult classic “The Crow” will reportedly begin production this coming January after years of being in development hell. According to The Wrap, “Game of Thrones” star JasonShow More Summary

Netflix Supplies ‘Narcos’ Fans With 2 More Seasons

You might’ve thought “Narcos” would come to an end after the (spoiler alert) downfall of its main villain, Pablo Escobar (Wagner de Moura). But nope. Netflix is officially addicted. Though Season 2 was just released, the streaming service...Show More Summary

Corrupt Politician From 'The Wire' Says Donald Trump Is Just Like Him

Throughout the five-season run of “The Wire,” Isiah Whitlock Jr. played Sen. Clay Davis, the notoriously corrupt politician with a propensity for elongated profanity. By the end of the series, the character could say his catchphrase swear, “Sheeeeeeeee-it,” for uncomfortably long periods of time and viewers would think nothing of it. Show More Summary

Michael Strahan Makes His Debut As Full-Time Host On 'Good Morning America'

For some, the first week of September marks a new school year. For Michael Strahan, it marks the first week at his new hosting gig on “Good Morning America.” On Tuesday, roughly four months after the football player-turned-morning-show-host...Show More Summary

New 'Walking Dead' Trailer May Drop The 'Motherdk' Of All Spoilers

Uh, did anybody check this? In the Season 6 finale of “The Walking Dead,” the new villain, Negan, clearly kills at least one of the main cast. Since then, the show has gone to ridiculous lengths to keep his victim a secret. Now, a new trailer posted on Twitter appears to rule out one of the most likely options. First, here’s the trailer. Show More Summary

Donald Trump Gets A Forrest Gump Makeover In Biting TV Sketch

Forrest Trump just keeps on running (for president). Satirical British television show “Newzoids” mercilessly mocked Donald Trump over the weekend in a hilarious “Forrest Gump”-themed puppet sketch. Producers gave Tom Hanks’ lovableShow More Summary

Jeremiah Brent Shares 7 Tips For Entertaining On Labor Day

Jeremiah Brent’s forthcoming television project is not only his most ambitious yet, it’s also a certified labor of love. The 31-year-old and his husband, Nate Berkus, are teaming up for their first joint TV venture, “Married to Design:...Show More Summary

Stephen Colbert Teases With Spoof Interview Of Donald Trump's 'Top Cop'

Donald Trump’s crime-fighting super cop from Chicago does exist after all! Well, at least in Stephen Colbert’s mind. “The Late Show” host conducted a hilarious spoof interview with a man he said was the senior officer who last month told Trump he could stop the city’s crime in just one week. Only, it wasn’t the real cop. Show More Summary

Why Ian McKellan Thinks Gay Men Are More Masculine Than Straight Men

Sir Ian McKellan has no time for bullies in Hollywood or elsewhere. In a joint interview with longtime BFF Patrick Stewart in Friday’s Evening Standard, the 77-year-old star of “Lord of the Rings” and “The Hobbit” reflected on his career,...Show More Summary

This Creepy-Ass Doll Better Not Appear In The New Season Of 'American Horror Story'

FX is still keen on keeping the Season 6 theme of “American Horror Story” a mystery, but that hasn’t stopped the network from releasing new and increasingly creepy promos for the show. Behold the latest teaser, titled “Baby Face,” featuring a terrifying doll with a serious dental problem. Show More Summary

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