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Zayn Malik Has Left One Direction

Oh no, One Direction has gotten 1/5 less hotter as Zayn Malik has officially left the band, as announced today

Exactly How Offensive Is Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart’s ‘Get Hard’?

In Etan Cohen’s Get Hard, out this Friday, ridiculously wealthy white asshole James (Will Ferrell) gets framed for Madoff-style investment fraud. Faced with a healthy prison sentence that begins in 30 days, he hires black working guy...Show More Summary

‘Maggie’ Is Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Zombie Flick, and It Could Be Great

The zombie movie has been around for a long, long time, but the past 15 years has seen an… Read More

‘OK Computer’ and ‘The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill’ to Be Archived in Library of Congress

The Library of Congress is a funny, oftentimes confounding thing. It’s one of those governmental institutes whose name we… Read More

HBO Cancels ‘Looking’

The HBO giveth and the HBO taketh away with an extended “special.” Just as Looking, with its increasingly excellent second season,… Read More

Bradley Cooper May Don Director’s Hat in Possibly Beyoncé-Starring Remake of ‘A Star is Born’

Does a star really need to be born again? That question doesn’t really seem to matter: negotiations are underway between… Read More

Lollapalooza 2015 Lineup Announced, Featuring Paul McCartney, FKA twigs, Charli XCX, Millions More

Lollapalooza, Chicago’s once unique music festival, has announced its lineup for its 2015 shows. Paul McCartney, Metallica, and Florence… Read More

Are Pop Music and the Art World Getting a Divorce?

Is the unholy shotgun marriage between pop music and institutional high art about to end in divorce? It’s hard to say. But after … Read More

Book Jacket Revealed for Harper Lee’s Second Novel, ‘Go Set a Watchman’

HarperCollins has shared the book jacket of Harper Lee’s anticipated second novel, Go Set a Watchman (the announcement of which, as Flavorwire’s… Read More

“It’s Criminal, and My Name’s On It”: Abel Ferrara on His Strauss-Kahn-Inspired ‘Welcome to New York,’ His Battle With Distributors, and ‘Pasolini’

It’s a little after 7PM in Rome, where a wild-haired Abel Ferrara, clad in black, is seated at his computer, typing away and cursing under his breath. “This is like a nightmare,” he growls. He’s paused our talk via Skype to respond to...Show More Summary

‘Key & Peele’s’ “Substitute Teacher” Coming to a Movie Theater Near You

Since early 2012, comedic duo Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele have been producing stellar sketch comedy on Key &… Read More

New ‘Entourage’ Movie Trailer Features a Flood of Testosterone and Celebrity Cameos

Entourage may not have ended with as much of a critical bang as it experienced in its early days — but,… Read More

If You Could Get an Audio Tattoo, What Would It Be?

Here’s a thoroughly silly hypothetical question that is nonetheless lots of fun to think about: If audio tattoos existed, what would yours be? … Read More

The ‘Decline of Western Civilization’ Trilogy is FINALLY Getting a DVD/Blu-ray Release

Penelope Spheeris’s Decline of Western Civilization trilogy had, it seemed, taken up permanent residence on many a DVD wish… Read More

How ‘Kumiko: the Treasure Hunter’ Presents Pop Culture as a Modern Religion

In David and Nathan Zellner’s Kumiko: the Treasure Hunter, the protagonist’s closest relationships are with a bunny, a damaged VHS copy of the film Fargo (unearthed, in a hilarious nod to the bygone era of the video store, in a cave),...Show More Summary

“Because the Night” Belongs to Vivian: Links You Need to See

Did you know Patti Smith’s “Because the Night” — arguably one of her most accessible pieces — actually began as a Bruce Springsteen song that he wrote and rejected? The A.V. Club, in their column “Hear This,” has this week set its focus on songs written by men that women interpreted better. … Read More

The Greatest Multi-Taskers in Pop Culture

We live in the age of the multi-hyphenate, when kids dream of becoming musician-magicians, moonlighting as librarians. Steve Jobs himself advised us to keep our goals fluid, even if it meant doing something completely different. And he wasn’t the only one. Show More Summary

Chuck Palahniuk’s ‘Lullaby’ Gets Optioned for Film Adaptation

Chuck Palahniuk’s work shall grace (or disgrace, depending on your opinion of the polarizing author) the silver screen once again:

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