George R.R. Martin’s Fire & Blood is a great, big, imperfect pile of story: EW review

George R.R. Martin’s Fire & Blood is a great, big, imperfect pile of story: EW...

It’s been seven years since George R. R. Martin published his last proper fantasy novel. And 2011’s A Dance With Dragons was only part 5 of A Song of Ice and Fire, a planned seven-volume series. Now this decade has almost passed with no release date for part 6. Instead we have Fire & Blood, which —…
Louis C.K. reportedly phoned Roseanne to commiserate after career implosion

Louis C.K. reportedly phoned Roseanne to commiserate after career implosion

Roseanne Barr and Louis C.K. might not be the best of friends, but they reportedly bonded over their careers imploding this year. That’s according to actor-comedian Norm Macdonald, who told The Hollywood Reporter about a chat the two apparently had in the wake of Barr losing her ABC sitcom Roseanne last May. “Roseanne was so broken up…
Tyrel is a tense social satire about race that refuses to be black and white: EW review

Tyrel is a tense social satire about race that refuses to be black and...

It’s both unavoidable and a bit unfair to compare writer-director Sebastian Silva’s squirm-inducing new indie Tyrel to last year’s Get Out. In most ways, they couldn’t be more different. But in at least one major one, they’re companion pieces about race, otherness, and slights both actual and perceived. Jason Mitchell, who broke out in 2015’s Straight…
Ashen is a beacon of light against the dark night: EW review

Ashen is a beacon of light against the dark night: EW review

We gave it a B When battling darkness, either internal or corporeal, you’re not alone. In the world of Ashen, a RPG game that justifiably earned comparisons to Dark Souls after its surprise debut during this year’s Game Awards, it’s actually dangerous to go it alone. When choosing to explore the minimalistic animation style of…
Sia celebrates 8 years of sobriety: ‘You can do it’

Sia celebrates 8 years of sobriety: ‘You can do it’

Sia has shared a major milestone in her recovery journey. “Eight years sober today,” the singer, 42, revealed on social media early Tuesday morning. “I love you, keep going. You can do it.” The private pop star has been open about her battle with substance abuse, which was exacerbated by her rise to fame in…
See a time-traveling Roger in newest Outlander photos

See a time-traveling Roger in newest Outlander photos

Roger, you’ve changed! In these just-released photos from episode 7 of Outlander’s fourth season, Roger (Richard Rankin) sheds the beard before traveling through the stones to find his beloved Bree (Sophie Skelton) in the 18th century. And boy could his gal pal use a hero: Bree takes a tumble on her way to finding Jamie…
Die Hard gets remixed as ‘The Greatest Christmas Story’ ever told

Die Hard gets remixed as ‘The Greatest Christmas Story’ ever told

It doesn’t matter what Die Hard star Bruce Willis says, to a certain segment of Die Hard fandom, Die Hard is a Christmas movie. Now it has an officially sanctioned trailer remix to prove it. Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, commemorating the 30th anniversary of the John McTiernan actioner, reworked the film into something more…
See Eddie Redmayne, Jude Law surprise Harry Potter fans at Platform 9 ¾

See Eddie Redmayne, Jude Law surprise Harry Potter fans at Platform 9 ¾

Each year on Sep. 1, the day young witches and wizards in J.K. Rowling’s books travel to Hogwarts, Harry Potter fans in London travel to the real King’s Cross station, the location of Platform 9 ¾. It’s called Back to Hogwarts Day. This year, however, there was an added surprise: Eddie Remayne (Newt Scamander) and Jude Law…
Shakespeare is a family man in the scenic but meandering All is True: EW review

Shakespeare is a family man in the scenic but meandering All is True: EW...

We gave it a B In “Hamlet,” a son is haunted by the ghost of his dead father. In All is True, a partially fictionalized biopic of William Shakespeare late in his life, it’s the other way around: The father is haunted by his dead son. After the Globe Theater burned to the ground in 1613, William…
Why Benedict Cumberbatch loves all those snarky Grinch billboards

Why Benedict Cumberbatch loves all those snarky Grinch billboards

You’re a mean one, Mr. Grinch. Universal has been making good on this adage in the run-up to the release of The Grinch with a series of downright grinchy billboards mocking everything from people’s acting aspirations to Los Angeles traffic jams. They’ve been popping up all over giving city dwellers a good laugh as the…

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