- The Telegraph
Marilyn Monroe is one of the few actors or actresses to merit the adjective iconic: for Andy Warhol, her image was up there with those of Elvis Presley and Campbell’s Soup. Nevertheless, there’s been much concern over the reputational damage she might suffer as a result of Blonde, director Andrew Dominik’s controversial new fictionalised biopic of the star, which landed on Netflix this week.
- Entertainment Weekly
"This is a big comedy, so you don't have to be subtle or have a 40-page Shakespearean backstory," Najimy tells EW of updating Mary Sanderson's iconic mouth move for the sequel.
Marilyn Monroe was Hollywood's all-American girl. But her initial success depended on hiding her Mexican roots.
In the years before her death, Monroe traveled more frequently to Mexico and met with directors like José Bolaños and Luis Buňuel.
The new movie from the 'Superbad' director is well worth a watch, and a reminder that Hollywood doesn't know what to do with a mid-budget comedy these days
Christian Bale said he and John David Washington drowned out Taylor Swift's singing on the 'Amsterdam' set with their 'rough, terrible voices'
Bale told The Hollywood Reporter that the film's director, David O. Russell, asked the costars to pipe down and let Swift sing.
"I love the moral of this movie's story: if you follow your dreams, and with a little bit of magic...you'll get shot in the gut and bleed out."View Entire Post ›
- USA TODAY
Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy return as witchy sisters in Disney's "Hocus Pocus 2,' an accursed sequel to the beloved 1993 film.
45 Impossibly Cool Details In Movies From The 2000s That Will Make You Want To Rewatch Them Immediately
"In Austin Powers: Goldmember (2002), the 'self-driving car' is actually a regular car with a man wearing a seat on top of him while driving."View Entire Post ›
- The Florida Times-Union
What happened to Jacksonville's big 'Southern rock' acts Lynyrd Skynyrd, Molly Hatchet, .38 Special?
Back in the day, the Allman Brothers, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Blackfoot, Molly Hatchet and .38 Special ruled the airwaves. Four of them are still on the road.
- In The Know by Yahoo
Mom suspicious of new home's bathroom windows realizes she can see husband 'showering': 'I didn't think it was THAT bad'
Jill Santom wrote in the video that she kept feeling like people could see her showering through the bathroom window.
- The Telegraph
Prior to the start of the British premiere of the documentary film Dio: Dreamers Never Die, on a Monday night in September, bowls of tissues were placed on the bar of the Curzon cinema in Soho. Bound in black vinyl, each parcel was adorned with a photographic image of the late heavy metal singer Ronnie James Dio, whose life the film celebrates. Confused, I asked one of the event’s organisers to explain. “Oh,” I was told, “it’s so people can have a good cry at the end.”
- Yahoo Movies
The "Bros" co-writer and star explains why he wanted to feature R-rated sex scenes in his groundbreaking new comedy.
Community is about to fulfill its #SixSeasonsAndAMovie prophecy. Peacock on Friday announced that it has greenlit Community the Movie, seven years after the cult classic’s 2015 series finale. (For those keeping score at home, it’s Community: 1, The Cape: 0.) The feature-length followup will reunite stars Joel McHale, Danny Pudi, Alison Brie, Gillian Jacobs, Jim […]
‘Dahmer’ Crew Member Slams Set as ‘One of the Worst Shows I’ve Ever Worked On’: ‘The Trailer Itself Gave Me PTSD’
“Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story” production coordinator Kim Alsup went viral on Twitter before the Netflix series even debuted when she revealed she was “treated horribly” on set. Alsup wrote that she was one of just two Black people on the set and that other crew members often called her by the other […]
He didn't know what to do!
- Fox News
"Cheers" first premiered 40 years ago on Friday. The show made its cast members household names, even spawning a spin-off show, "Frasier" with Kelsey Grammer, and a reboot is in the works.
Triple Take: Yes, this rom-com is boundary-breaking, but it's also funny, smart, and sexy. In other words: It's for everyone.
"#Worstmomever."View Entire Post ›
- Business Insider
New viewership numbers are here for Amazon's 'Rings of Power' — here's how it compares to HBO's 'House of the Dragon'
Amazon's big-budget "Lord of the Rings" series had a strong premiere, but the coming weeks could better determine its staying power.
- Entertainment Weekly
The actor plays a New Yorker who delivered a bag of beers to his friends serving in the Vietnam War.