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James Cameron's Avatar sequels have come for Jemaine Clement James Cameron's Avatar sequels have come for Jemaine Clement

There may come a time in an actor’s career when James Cameron’s Avatar sequels arrive to take them into the computer-generated abyss. The actor shall look into that abyss and whisper, “Draw me like one of your blue girls.” And James Cameron will reply, “Okay, but that’s not the role I had in mind for you.” That time…

James Gunn opens up about his Disney firing James Gunn opens up about his Disney firing

In a dramatic turn of events last summer, James Gunn was fired by Disney after a series of old, offensive tweets resurfaced—tweets featuring jokes about pedophilia and rape. Despite the outpouring of support from colleagues, the stars of his two Guardians Of The Galaxy movies, professional peers, and friends, Disney…

Bill Murray enjoys money, is open to appearing in the new Ghostbusters Bill Murray enjoys money, is open to appearing in the new Ghostbusters

By the time Paul Feig’s Ghostbusters finally hit theaters in 2016, Bill Murray’s refusal to participate in a sequel had become something of internet legend. For years, Sony had hoped to make a third Ghostbusters movie, reuniting the original cast in some capacity. The one hold out, according to various reports, was…

Fuck church: Keanu Reeves has a very special message for those who fear death

What happens when we die? It’s a question that’s plagued humanity since the dawn of time (I assume). Do we go to some fluffy cloud sparkle palace filled with winged things that look like us, only hotter? Perhaps we are reincarnated as slimy little infants that grow into bigger humans and repeat the process all over…

Study confirms young people will quit Netflix if it gets rid of The Office or Friends, they swear Study confirms young people will quit Netflix if it gets rid of The Office or Friends, they swear

Although Netflix typically keeps its streaming numbers secreted away in some digital vault, probably guarded by a mid-level corporate IT guy named Steve, it’s safe to assume that shows like The Office and Friends are among the most-watched on the platform. Confirming this assumption is a recent study conducted by The…

FX announces stacked cast to join Cate Blanchett for Mrs. America limited series FX announces stacked cast to join Cate Blanchett for Mrs. America limited series

As if the prospect of (deep breath) a limited series about the fight to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment starring her royal highness Cate Blanchett as Phyllis Schlafly wasn’t exciting enough, FX has announced the full list of actors joining Blanchett for Mrs. America—including Margo Martindale, Melanie Lynskey, Ari…

Will Smith sings "Prince Ali," misclassifies ostriches in new Aladdin clip Will Smith sings "Prince Ali," misclassifies ostriches in new Aladdin clip

No one is going into the new live-action Aladdin expecting Will Smith to come anywhere close to replicating the magic of Robin Williams’ Genie performance in the 1992 animated film. That said, for an actor with his background in music and entertainment, Smith feels like he’s kind of under-selling this rendition of…

The next Star Wars movie is from the Game Of Thrones guys The next Star Wars movie is from the Game Of Thrones guys

It would seem that no one at Lucasfilm or Disney is watching this season of Game Of Thrones because Bob Iger has confirmed that the next Star Wars movie will be from David Benioff and D.B. Weiss. As reported by iO9, Iger confirmed Twitter’s worst fears at the MoffetNathanson Media & Communications summit (it’s a thing…

Renée Zellweger has an indecent proposal in the trailer for What/If Renée Zellweger has an indecent proposal in the trailer for What/If

Between the Judy Garland biopic Judy and this trailer for Netflix’s What/If, we must be in the midst of a Renée Zellweger renaissance—a Renee-ssaince, if you will. Gone are the days of Bridget Jones and her adorably tipsy diary entries. Here instead is Renée Zellweger making a young, enterprising couple an offer they…

The stars of It: Chapter Two are being haunted by red balloons on Instagram The stars of It: Chapter Two are being haunted by red balloons on Instagram

Beep beep, Pennywise-heads, the first trailer for It: Chapter Two is coming tomorrow. While you’ll have to wait until then to see a mere fraction of the second installment in Andy Muschetti’s two-part adaptation of It, cool dad Stephen King is over on Twitter straight-up bragging about how he’s already seen the entire…

New Watchmen teaser arrives with a whole damn army of Rorschachs New Watchmen teaser arrives with a whole damn army of Rorschachs

After months of little sneak peeks buried in “coming soon” montages, HBO has finally released a much longer teaser for Damon Lindelof’s Watchmen series, which premieres sometime this fall. Previous teasers didn’t give us a whole lot to go on, but this new trailer is downright meaty, featuring a veritable checklist of…

Mindhunter's second season to premiere in August, will feature Son Of Sam Mindhunter's second season to premiere in August, will feature Son Of Sam

While the rest of the TV-watching world moans about the two-year break between seasons of Game Of Thrones or Westworld, some of us are over here growing mighty impatient waiting for the return of Mindhunter. Produced by David Fincher and Charlize Theron, the true crime series—based on FBI profiler John Douglas’ book…

Oh hello, it's a trailer for Nailed It! season three Oh hello, it's a trailer for Nailed It! season three

To celebrate this most sacred of, uh, Wednesdays, Netflix has blessed your hump day with a trailer for the new season of Nailed It!—the show where the only thing more terrifying than a giant scary clown cake is what happens when these amateurs try to replicate the giant scary clown cake. The third season of Netflix’s…

Of course Werner Herzog has never seen a Star War, you fool Of course Werner Herzog has never seen a Star War, you fool

Would it surprise you to learn that Werner Herzog, prolific Austrian filmmaker and everyone’s favorite kooky imaginary uncle, has never seen a Star Wars movie? Oh, to be a blissfully naive simpleton who would be surprised by such uncomplicated pleasures. Though it’s hardly shocking, Uncle Herzog has admitted to being…

Channing Tatum's Gambit to remain in development hell Channing Tatum's Gambit to remain in development hell

Today, Disney unleashed what can only be described as an overwhelming onslaught of release dates. To say that the list—which includes three new Star Wars movies, five new Avatar movies, live-action remakes, a handful of Marvel movies, and all those acquisitions from Fox—inspires existential dread (the final Avatar …

3 new Star Wars movies get release dates, along with New Mutants and a bunch of Avatar sequels 3 new Star Wars movies get release dates, along with New Mutants and a bunch of Avatar sequels

The year: 2021. The Avatar sequels that were promised are upon us. There is another Star Wars trilogy. All content belongs to Disney now. You love Disney. You will stream Disney content into your brain until it is riddled with dementia. And you will smile. That’s the forecast for the foreseeable future, anyhow, as …

Get stuck in The Lodge with Riley Keough in this spooky new trailer

If you’re already sold on The Lodge after watching the first trailer, feel free to abstain from being spooked out any further by this new trailer. But there are some interesting new shots and teases in the latest sneak peek at the upcoming horror film from the directing duo behind Goodnight Mommy (do these people have…

R.I.P. Game Of Thrones' coffee cup R.I.P. Game Of Thrones' coffee cup

It is with great sorrow, heavy like yonder giant’s teat, that we bring word of the passing of the errant Game Of Thrones coffee cup. For as quickly and silently as it appeared, so quietly does it join its brethren, digitally erased into the HBO ether. For The Wall Street Journal hath confirmed the mysterious…

Enjoy these baffled reactions to a first-run screening of David Lynch's Eraserhead Enjoy these baffled reactions to a first-run screening of David Lynch's Eraserhead

Would you believe there are people who do not understand what the hell is going on in a David Lynch movie? Then perhaps you should feast your eyes upon this video of actual human beings walking out of a first-run screening of Eraserhead, circa 1977—in case that wasn’t immediately evident by the parade of facial and…

Will Smith gives us the rapping Genie we deserve on The Tonight Show

There was a brief, blissful period of time in this country when a new Will Smith blockbuster meant something: Specifically, that the end-credits would feature Smith rapping about the movie you just watched. Those days are long behind us, my friends. Even though it would seem obvious to have Smith’s Genie rap in…

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