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Stephen Colbert Slams Florida Legislature For Skipping Gun Reform to Tackle Porn

TONIGHT: With Parkland students looking on, the Florida legislature opted to skip debate on assault weapons and instead tackle a far greater menace. The Late Show (@colbertlateshow) February 22, 2018 ... More »

Theater Review: Edward Albee’s At Home at the Zoo, Again

There’s a small play playing on Signature Theatre’s largest stage.Well, in some ways it’s small. In reputation, it’s big. Edward Albee’s At Home at the Zoo (that’s the legally mandated title, like Disney’s Frozen) is a two-act play made up of a pair of related one-acts by Edward Albee, who ... More »

Meryl Streep Calls Harvey Weinstein ‘Pathetic’ For Using Her Name To Assert His Innocence

Meryl Streep would like Harvey Weinstein’s legal team to keep her name out of their defense strategy for the disgraced producer. Earlier today, Page Six reported on legal documents in which Weinstein’s lawyers used Jennifer Lawrence and Streep as proof that he is not a sexual predator, since neither woman ... More »

Kiersey Clemons Joins Gael García Bernal in New Zorro Movie

Kiersey Clemons is set to star opposite Gael Garcia Bernal in Z, filmmaker Jonás Cuarón’s “reimagining” of a classic Zorro movie, reports Variety. Written and directed by Cuarón (who co-wrote Gravity with his dad, Alfonso Cuarón), this film sees the masked hero (Bernal) embark on swashbuckling adventures, but this time ... More »

Lupita Nyong’o To Star in Movie Adaptation of Trevor Noah’s Memoir Born a Crime

Lupita Nyong’o is set to star in movie based on Trevor Noah’s autobiography Born a Crime: Stories from a South African Childhood. According to Deadline, the Oscar-winning actress will play the comedian’s mother, Patricia, who raised her mixed race child (Noah) during Apartheid, when it was illegal for children to ... More »

Superstore Gets A Super Renewal For Season Four

Cloud 9 is still in business. NBC announced today that it has renewed Superstore for a 22-episode fourth season, meaning the big-box store employees you love so much — Amy, Jonah, Matteo, Garrett, Dina, and the rest of the crew — get to keep their jobs, while the actors who ... More »

Pied Piper Is Expanding In The Silicon Valley Season 5 Trailer

Pied Piper may have lost Erlich Bachman when T.J. Miller announced his departure from Silicon Valley, but they’re about to recruit a lot of new employees — and dogs! — and the team isn’t very excited about either of those things. The managerial struggles of start-up chief Richard Hendricks (Thomas ... More »

David Cross Says He Stands Behind Arrested Development Co-Star Jeffrey Tambor

Last week, Jeffrey Tambor was officially cut from Transparent after Amazon concluded its investigation into claims of sexual misconduct made against the actor. Today, David Cross is voicing his support for his long-time Arrested Development co-star. The actor told amNew York, “I can’t speak for everybody, but I know there ... More »

Maybe Fergie’s National Anthem Performance Was Actually Good

I didn’t watch Fergie’s rendition of the national anthem when it aired live, for the same reason I didn’t watch it when the clip of it first started circulating — I have heard the national anthem enough. Someone did a bad job singing a bad song that I don’t like? ... More »

Crazy Ex’s Santino Fontana Is Putting on His Sunday Clothes for Hello, Dolly!

Greg may have disappeared from West Covina, but he’s popping up again in Yonkers. Santino Fontana, known for his work on Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, is stepping into Broadway’s Hello, Dolly! for a limited time this spring, replacing Tony winner Gavin Creel as Cornelius Hackl who will be out of the show ... More »

Celebrity Big Brother Is a Political Show, But Not Because of Omarosa

When CBS announced that reality-TV veteran Omarosa Manigault would compete in the network’s first edition of Celebrity Big Brother, it seemed natural to assume that the show’s tension would revolve around politics. Having abruptly exited the White House just a few weeks earlier, surely Omarosa would spill all kinds of ... More »

Did You Know Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir Had a Reality Show?

Inside our hearts are breaking and our makeup may be flaking, but our smile still stays on: Although Olympic ice-dancing gold medalists Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir’s figure-skating careers are likely over after the Pyeongchang Games, the show must go on, and so must the feverish obsession with their non-relationship. ... More »

Filmmakers Behind Last Men in Aleppo, Icarus Allege Russian Meddling

First the election, now the Oscars race? Two filmmakers allege that Russian agents are working overtime to thwart the success of their documentaries which are nominated for Best Documentary Feature: Icarus, about Russia’s state-sponsored doping operation, and Last Men in Aleppo, about the Syrian volunteer group the White Helmets. As ... More »

Queer Eye on Queer Eye: The Case For and Against Antoni Porowski

It seems that Antoni Porowski, the designated food and wine expert on Netflix’s reimagined Queer Eye, has struck quite a chord among viewers. To say that public opinion is polarizing is a bit of an understatement; he has nearly as many harsh critics as followers attempting to slip into his ... More »

Car Seat Headrest Rerecorded His Best Album, and Now It’s Even Better

In 2011, Will Toledo, the man behind the band Car Seat Headrest, released an album called Twin Fantasy. Uploaded with little fanfare to his Bandcamp page, it was one of eight albums released over the course of a three-year span that garnered the attention of the indie label Matador Records. ... More »

Queer Eye’s Jonathan Van Ness on Gay of Thrones, Hair Care, and Self-Love

“I’m so obsessed with the length of your hair,” Jonathan Van Ness says to me when I meet him for coffee one morning in January. “Not that I care about trends, but chin to collarbone, in general, I just feel like continues to be a force to be reckoned with.” ... More »

The Duplass Brothers Sign Another Four-Film Deal With Netflix

Netflix is renewing its vows with Mark and Jay Duplass. The brothers were one of the earliest adopters of the platform as a bona fide distribution model for original film and television (their film The Puffy Chair from 2005 was actually Netflix’s first feature-film acquisition), signing a four-picture deal with ... More »

Netflix’s Lost in Space Trailer: Will Robinson Is About to Find a Lot of Danger

The Robinson family is leaving Earth and setting out across space to build human colonies 30 years in the future. But considering we’ve already had one Lost in Space series and a feature film, we know the journey won’t go smoothly. Molly Parker stars as Maureen Robinson with Toby Stephens ... More »

Queer Eye Season-Finale Recap: Five-Alarm Firemen

What a great way to end a surprisingly emotional and wonderful first season of the reiteration of Queer Eye. Oh, I guess the firefighters were nice, but I was talking about Karamo wearing every single satin bomber left in his closet and also mysteriously shaving off his beard at one ... More »

Terry Crews on Paying Agency WME: ‘I Still Have to Send a Check to My Molester’

Terry Crews is still pursuing his lawsuit against WME executive Adam Venit. In November, Crews accused Venit of sexually assaulting him at an industry party. Despite the lawsuit and dropping WME as his representation, Crews is still paying the agency: “This is the deal. What’s so strange and crazy is ... More »

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