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The 25 Most Ridiculous Movie Promotional Photos of All Time
From ‘Batman & Robin’ to ‘Totall Recall,’ these are the most ridiculous movie promo photos of all time (OK, mostly the ’80s and ’90s).
Who Is Channing Dungey? A Primer on the ABC Exec Who Axed ‘Roseanne’
Everything you need to know about the history-making ABC executive who canceled ‘Roseanne.’
Harvey Weinstein Will Surrender to the NYPD on Friday
At least one piece of positive news has emerged from this week’s trash fire of misogyny and sexual harassment allegations: Harvey Weinstein will reportedly be arrested by the New York Police Department on May 25. The former studio executive, who has been accused of sexual assault and harassme…
What’s Leaving Netflix: June 2018
Get ready to say goodbye to some of your fave movies and shows next month.
What’s New on Netflix: June 2018
Next month’s new releases include Thor: Ragnarok, The Last Jedi, new seasons of GLOW and Luke Cage, and much more.
Margot Kidder, ‘Superman’ and ‘Amityville’ Star, Dead at 69
The actress, best known for her roles in the original ‘Superman’ movies as well as a trio of horror classics, has died at the age of 69.
‘Infinity War’ Is Speeding Toward $1 Billion Faster Than Any Film in History
Marvel’s latest crossover event is set to hit $1 billion worldwide by this weekend.
What’s Leaving Netflix: May 2018
There are some pretty good ones hitting the road next month, including Goodfellas, Ocean’s Eleven, and Disney’s live-action The Jungle Book.
What’s New on Netflix: May 2018
Next month brings new seasons of Dear White People and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, as well as comedy specials from the likes of John Mulaney, Steve Martin and Martin Short, and Tig Notaro.
Academy Investigating President John Bailey Over Sexual Harassment Claims
Almost every corner of Hollywood has been shaken by claims of sexual misconduct in the months since the New York Times first exposed decades of allegations against Harvey Weinstein — and the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences is no exception. The organization has, like many others, …