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John Oliver Introduces The Easiest Not-Gun-Control Policy

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This might be the first time that a Planet Fitness gym membership has been used in an effective and productive way.

Humor is the Most Important Thing in Life: Paul Rudd & Rob Burnett on “The Fundamentals of Caring”

Writer/director Rob Burnett achieves something very special with his new film, "The Fundamentals of Caring." For one, its tale of a newly-trained, emotionally traumatized caregiver (Paul Rudd) taking care of a sarcastic introvert with...Show More Summary

R.I.P. The Talented And Soulful Anton Yelchin

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Anton Yelchin, one of the most promising and underappreciated young actors working today has died, crushed by his own car in a freak accident at his L.A. home on Sunday 19th June 2016, shortly after 01:00 PT. He was 27....

'Game of Thrones': Twitter Reacts To That Big Deal Moment in 'Battle Of The Bastards'

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(Spoilers to come, Game of Thrones episode coverage to come throughout the week. We're gonna have a lot of feels on this one.) "The Battle of the Bastards" was promised to be a massive medieval pitch battle, and it delivered....

Watch HBO's 'Westworld' Trailer, with Anthony Hopkins and Evan Rachel Wood

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If you're one of the many unlucky few waiting for HBO Now to come back, you can at least watch the trailer for the much anticipated, long-awaited new drama Westworld, which boasts a terrific cast, amazing source material, and debuts...

Here's that Jamie Foxx Verizon Commercial that Twitter Is Hating On Right Now

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If you're bored, checking Twitter cause, maybe your HBO NOW IS DOWN during Game of Thrones, and you noticed that Jamie Foxx was trending, well, it wasn't for a particularly good reason. The Oscar winner is shilling for Verizon durin...

It's Not Just You: HBO Now is Down

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Update: We are pleased to confirm that successful streaming has resumed across all devices.— @HBONowHelp (@HBONowHelp) June 20, 2016 That is decidedly not the case for me, or several other HBO Now subscribers who are still complaining that service has...

8 TV Father Figures We'd Kill to Get a Pep Talk From

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Ron Swanson, Parks & Recreation via GIPHY Captain Holt (Some of) The Men of Shameless Agent Coulson, Agents of SHIELD George Washington, Hamilton (and, presumably, actual life) Mr. Feeny, Boy Meets World Giles, Buffy the Vampire Slayer Coach Taylor,...

Is Your Excitement at "Charging Giant" Level Yet?

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2016 NBA Finals - Game 7 on ABC at 8:00pm ET. The listing service I use keeps adding "If Necessary" to all the games after Game 4 as though the NBA would actually let a Final series only last four...

Game of Thrones: Who Wins, Who Dies, Who Tells the Story

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Lots of fan favorites with their lives on the line. Not all will survive.

Anton Yelchin: 1989-2016

Few actors of any generation could segue as seamlessly as Anton Yelchin did from genre to genre, stealing movies big and small in his oo-brief career. The talented young star passed away this weekend after what is being reported as a freak car accident. Show More Summary

"I can respect the stupidity of people who think that speed is beauty," agrees Paul Cox

Paul Cox passed away in Australia on June 18, 2016. I last saw him in April at Ebertfest, the film festival Roger and I started 18 years ago at the University of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana, Illinois. He said it was most likely the last time we would see each other. Show More Summary

Paul Cox: 1940 - 2016, Father of Independent Australian Cinema

Paul Cox, whose cinematic meditations on love, art, solitude and mortality made him a favorite both in international film circles and the Ebertfest community, has passed away at the age of 76. The director of such international favorites...Show More Summary

Bugging out

Apparently Karma has decreed that I shall watch only films that are bat insane. Karma has done worse things to me…   WAR OF THE INSECTS (1968) …in which any synopsis I could offer would suggest that I had suffered a nervous breakdown while playing Mad Libs…    .     Liz Kingsley is […]

Roger's Birthday: Table of Contents

The following table of contents features articles that have been posted in honor of Roger Ebert's 74th birthday. Happy Birthday Roger Ebert, My Superhero Google+ Hangout Celebrating Roger Ebert's Birthday 2014 A Kiss is Still a Kiss:...Show More Summary

Who Is This Man?: Profiles and Interviews

This article was originally published on June 18th, 2013. Roger Ebert, we can safely say, was the most-written-about film critic in the world. Journalists loved to interview him and write about him. And Roger loved to talk, so he was an interviewer's dream. Show More Summary

A Kiss is Still a Kiss: Editor Donna Martin Recalls Working with Roger Ebert

This article was originally published on June 18th, 2013. Roger's long-time book editor Donna Martin wrote a lovely recollection of working with Roger. I'm so touched that she is willing to share this with us. — Chaz Donna writes: I had never even seen "Siskel & Ebert" on television when I knew I wanted to publish Roger's first book. Show More Summary

The Fan: Roger's Passion for Pulp Lit

This article was originally published on June 18th, 2013. Roger had a passion for pulp fiction, cultivated at an early age and never surrendered to 'grown-up' tastes. He shared this devotion with his Sun-Times colleague Andy Ihnatko,...Show More Summary

Beyond the Screen: Selections of Roger's writing about the world at large

This article was originally published on June 18th, 2013. Roger Ebert didn't just write about film. He wrote about the world around him with avid curiosity, from walking tours in London to Twitter, from Steak 'n Shake restaurants toShow More Summary


This article was originally published on June 18th, 2014. To honor what would be Roger's 72nd birthday, a celebration of his life was held on Google+ Hangouts today. Hosted by Chaz Ebert, participants in this discussion included esteemed...Show More Summary

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