Jason Segel is the author of the best Dracula puppet musical in existence, but how will his writing skills translate to the world of YA dystopia? We’ll soon see, as Entertainment Weekly reports that Segel and Kirsten Miller are releasing Otherworld, the first in a trilogy of novels, this November. Show More Summary
That Masters Of The Universe reboot that’s been bandied about just took a few steps forward—and back. Following reports that the McG-directed film had secured a December 18, 2019 release date, Entertainment Weekly has learned that McG will not be heading to Castle Grayskull after all. Show More Summary
Entertainment Weekly recaps: President Donald J. Trump is wrapping up his first 100 days in office, and while he will undoubtedly take a victory lap, The Simpsons would like to offer up more of a slap. Sean Spicer has quit/hanged himself,...Show More Summary
We haven’t read much about the Hulu adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s masterpiece The Handmaid’s Tale, but based on this review it looks like it’s going to be good and deeply disturbing. [ Entertainment Weekly ] Apparently the NFL has built a fake Philadelphia Museum of Art in front of the real Philadelphia Museum of Art for a televised event. Show More Summary
This week’s Entertainment Weekly (a “double issue” dated April 29/May 5, 2017) is its big “Summer Movie Preview” release, one that I usually really look forward to reading over my breakfast tea. But after doing that this very morning – which was yesterday by now – I realized that, in all honesty, there’s very little […]
Like some kind of fabulous bird that can explode into flames but end up totally fine in the end, X-Men’s The Dark Phoenix Saga will return to the big screen in a titular movie scheduled for November 2, 2018. Entertainment Weekly confirms that the upcoming X-Men: Dark Phoenix, initially rumored ... More »
In this poor man’s House of Cards political sphere we now live in, you may wonder how this archly Machiavellian show about the evils of D.C. will cope. Worry not, for in a first look at the new season from Entertainment Weekly, the Underwoods are looking as Macbeth-ish as ever ... More »
It’s a day that ends in “y,” so we’ve got more Alien: Covenant goodies! The folks over on Entertainment Weekly are rounding out the week with two new images from Ridley Scott’s Prometheus sequel/Alien prequel, which is less than a month away from spewing Xenomorph acid all over your local theater. In the first image, Fassbender’s […]
They say reality is stranger than fiction. In the case of Bill O’Reilly’s Those Who Trespass: A Novel of Television and Murder, let’s hope it’s not. On Thursday, Entertainment Weekly reported that O’Reilly wrote the novel in 1998, in...Show More Summary
There's a fun bit of terminology in today's announcement by Cosmopolitan magazine. Meredith Bryan, who started late last month at the Hearst publication as senior deputy editor, news, counts among her duties the creation of 'big "zeitgeist-y" packages.' Love it. Bryan, who spent seven years with O, the Oprah Magazine, and worked previously as a...
Calista Flockhart will return to Supergirl next month. Flockhart will reprise her role as Cat Grant in the final two episodes of the season, Entertainment Weekly reports. The last time fans saw Cat was in the second episode of Season 2 when she decided it was time to take a leave of absence from... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Supergirl Calista Flockhart
Today, Entertainment Weekly revealed that Nyssa al Ghul will make a re-appearance to fight her sister Talia in Arrow’s fifth season finale. Normally an announcement like this wouldn’t be much of a draw, but it has us questioning: why the hell is the CW bringing back so many characters to Arrow right now? Read more...
Filmmaker Matthew Aaron spoke with Entertainment Weekly about the significance of securing licensing from a Major League Baseball franchise for his LGBTQ-themed film Landline, which became available on demand this week. The comedic independent film t… Read The post Indie Film ‘Landline’ Makes History After Getting Licensing Blessing from Chicago Cubs appeared first on Towleroad.
Over the years, the “Seinfeld” writers have opened up about behind-the-scenes stories from the show, and every time it gives us “serenity now.” This new tidbit is a little different, though. Talking to Entertainment Weekly, “Seinfeld”...Show More Summary
Eliza Dushku didn’t attend the recent Buffy the Vampire Slayer reunion for Entertainment Weekly because she wasn’t invited. The 36-year-old actress addressed her absence on social media. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Eliza Dushku “Your ??’s will go on..! Faith/I was never a series regular cast member on btvs, sweeties=no invite. Cute n [...]
File this under…. DYN-O-MITE! Norman Lear, television legend told Kenya Barris, the creator of Blackish, that Ann Coulter was dating his old friend and star of Good Times, Jimmie Walker in an interview for Entertainment Weekly. Watch:...Show More Summary
Can we agree that everything is better with Paul Rudd? Apparently the exception to that unofficial rule is "Bridesmaids." Director Paul Feig told Entertainment Weekly he "felt so bad" about having to cut Rudd's filmed story from theShow More Summary
While preparing for the premiere of the latest film in the Alien franchise, Ridley Scott was recently asked to look back at the 1979 movie that started it all, and gave us a hero for the ages. Entertainment Weekly sat down with the director to discuss the rumored original ending for Alien, which Scott seemed to delight in despite its being so bleak. Show More Summary
Ready to feel old? Buffy the Vampire Slayer has been around for two whole decades. And on this, the 20-year anniversary of the series premiere, the cast of Buffy reunited for a fancy photo shoot and interview with Entertainment Weekly. Show More Summary
Lin-Manuel Miranda is a huge fan of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. The Hamilton creator recently found himself conversing with the Buffy star herself when Sarah Michelle Gellar tweeted her recent Entertainment Weekly cover, which features a reunion with the series's cast. Show More Summary