Jordan Peele compares Tiger Woods' trip with golf buddy Donald Trump to Get Out

Get Out director Jordan Peele’s Twitter game has been unsurprisingly on-point of late; earlier this month, he smashed through the arguments around the genre classification for his breakout film with a cutting Get Out is a documentary.” Now, he’s taking aim at Donald Trump and some of his celebrity buddies, courtesy…

A lost Doctor Who episode written by Douglas Adams has been completed

Last November, a long-lost episode of Doctor Who was restored with archived audio and animation, finally giving fans a chance to see “The Power Of The Daleks”—the first adventure starring Patrick Troughton’s Second Doctor. This year, rather than restore an episode that was simply lost, BBC Worldwide has decided to…

The National are back for another beautifully mournful cover of a Bob's Burgers Thanksgiving song

If there’s one thing capable of dragging us out of our food hangovers and back into the world of rapidly fading Thanksgiving nostalgia, it’s Bob’s Burgers’ consistently great holiday episodes. Not only does the Belcher clan offer up the perfect mix of comedy and heart, year-in and year-out, but we can usually count on…

Universal pulls Michael Peña and Lizzy Caplan's sci-fi movie Extinction from schedule

For the second time in a little more than a year, a movie studio has abruptly dropped a Michael Peña movie. Last time it was The Bringing, a movie that seemed kind of exploitative and never actually got filmed. Now it’s Extinction, which presumably did get filmed and was even set to come out on January 26, 2018, but…

Accuser says Russell Simmons denied allegations publicly while apologizing in private

Recently, a woman named Keri Claussen Khalighi came forward with allegations against Russell Simmons and Brett Ratner, saying that Simmons made “aggressive sexual advances” toward her when she was 17 in 1991. Khalighi says that she met Simmons and Ratner at a casting call, after which Simmons invited her to his home…

This Creature Of The Night #1 exclusive deepens Batman’s childhood trauma

Kurt Busiek and Stuart Immonen’s Superman: Secret Identity is one of DC’s most accessible, emotionally charged stories, telling a story set in a world where superheroes like Batman and Superman are fictional comic-book characters. Secret Identity explored the life of a boy named Clark Kent who resents his name because…

Uma Thurman speaks out against Harvey Weinstein in Kill Bill-inspired Instagram post

Earlier this month, a clip began circulating of Uma Thurman refusing to offer a “tidy soundbite” to Access Hollywood about the sudden movement to expose sexual misconduct in Hollywood. “I have learned that when I’ve spoken in anger I usually regret the way I express myself,” Thurman said, “So I’ve been waiting to…

To the burglars who stole 1,800 gallons of vodka from an L.A. distillery this week: Trust us, we get it

As we aimlessly drift past the one-year anniversary of Donald Trump’s election, through a world in which Twitter has become an instrument of international statecraft, and every male pop culture hero is a ticking time bomb of predatory behavior just waiting to be revealed, the urge to drown ourselves in the sweet…

At The Drive-In frontman says some of the band's lyrics are about Danny Masterson's alleged history of sexual assault

There have been accusations of sexual assault and rape against That ’70s Show and The Ranch actor Danny Masterson for a while now, as at least four women have come forward over the years with stories that the Church Of Scientology—of which Masterson is a high-profile member—helped cover up and silence incidents in…

Law And Order: SVU is doing a Weinstein episode, still hasn't aired its Trump episode

The Law & Order brand used to pride itself on its “ripped from the headlines” plots, which gave its various shows countless opportunities to weigh in on hot-button topics while keeping enough distance from reality to avoid looking like it was actually exploiting real victims. Unfortunately, whatever power “ripped from…

Will Ferrell and Molly Shannon to bicker their way through the Rose Parade for Amazon this year

Will Ferrell and Molly Shannon played any number of cheerfully dysfunctional weirdos during their time on Saturday Night Live, whether it was the pit-sniffing superstardom of Mary Catherine Gallagher, or the endlessly smiling lameness of hit-mangling music teacher Marty Culp. Now, the duo are applying their endless…

Some nerd bought Robby The Robot from Forbidden Planet for $5.3 million

In news that will probably be baffling for anyone without a basic awareness of ‘50s and ‘60s popular culture, someone has just paid $5,375,000 for Robby The Robot from the 1956 sci-fi film Forbidden Planet. This makes it the most expensive piece of movie memorabilia ever sold, breaking previous records set by the…

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For your consideration: 6 seconds of footage from Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

Jurassic World was, time has borne out, a bad movie, one that accomplished the herculean feat of making Chris Pratt unlikable, among other things. The film’s many faults can be traced back to director Colin Trevorrow, an untested “Spielberg kid” who soared into success on the wings of mediocrity. Thankfully, Hollywood…