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Watch Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s GLAAD Awards Speech

Every year, GLAAD gives their Vanguard Award to a member of the media community who doesn't identify as LGBTQ, but whose work has "made a big…
Will Gottsegen / March 29, 2019

Agnès Varda, Pioneering French Filmmaker, Dead at 90

Agnès Varda, the influential matriarch of the French New Wave who received an honorary Oscar and an Academy Award documentary nomination in the span of…

Lifetime Announces Salt-N-Pepa Miniseries

Lifetime has announced a new scripted miniseries about the lives of hip hop icons Salt-N-Pepa. The upcoming show, fittingly titled Salt-N-Pepa, was part of a joint…
Will Gottsegen / March 28, 2019

Jim Jarmusch’s New Zombie Film Stars Bill Murray, Iggy Pop, RZA, Tom Waits, More

Jim Jarmusch returns this summer with The Dead Don't Die, a film about zombies, Focus Features announced today. Bill Murray, no stranger to the form, stars alongside…
Tosten Burks / March 27, 2019

I’ve Never Seen Anything More Insane Than John Malkovich on Billions

John Malkovich’s career began, as with many great TV and film actors, in the theater. During his early tenure with the Steppenwolf Theater Company, he…
Winston Cook-Wilson / March 24, 2019

Trump Celebrates End of Mueller Investigation By Golfing with Kid Rock

The Mueller investigation into Donald Tump's possible collusion with Russia has officially been delivered to the Attorney General, but somehow Trump doesn't seem phased by…
Rob Arcand / March 24, 2019

Open Mike Eagle’s Comedy Central Series to Feature MF Doom, Danny Brown, and More

Los Angeles rapper Open Mike Eagle's forthcoming Comedy Central series The New Negroes with comedian Baron Vaughn will premiere on April 19, the network has announced.
Tosten Burks / March 22, 2019

The Dirt Is a Reminder That We Should Leave Mötley Crüe in the ’80s

The Dirt: Confessions of the World's Most Notorious Rock Band, the 2001 memoir that Mötley Crüe wrote with journalist Neil Strauss, reads more…
Maggie Serota / March 22, 2019

Us Is Far From a Perfect Film and That’s a Good Thing

When a movie is as massively popular and culturally significant as Get Out, choosing any given approach to making a follow-up is a…
Winston Cook-Wilson / March 22, 2019

Watch the Trailer for Deadwood: The Movie

HBO has released a trailer for the forthcoming movie adaptation of Deadwood, the beloved and critically acclaimed series that went off the air in 2006. In the…
Maggie Serota / March 21, 2019

When You’re Definitely Innocent

As the country waits for the special counselor Robert Mueller to present his final report on the Russia probe to the DOJ, President Trump continues…
Maggie Serota / March 21, 2019

Watch the First Trailer for Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

The first trailer for Quentin Tarantino's upcoming film Once Upon A Time In Hollywood is out now. Distributor Sony Pictures released two posters for the movie earlier…
Will Gottsegen / March 20, 2019

Watch the First Trailer for Stranger Things Season 3

Stranger Things will return to Netflix for Season 3 on July 4. Today, the first trailer for the season has been released, partially set to…
Winston Cook-Wilson / March 20, 2019

Watch Karen O and Danger Mouse’s Spike Jonze-Directed Performance of “Woman”

Last week, Karen O of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs released a full-length collaboration with Danger Mouse titled Lux Prima. The duo took the stage on last night's episode…
Will Gottsegen / March 19, 2019

Hedwig and the Angry Inch Gets Criterion Release With Deleted Scenes

Criterion Collection is releasing a 4K digitally restored edition of John Cameron Mitchell's cult rock opera Hedwig and the Angry Inch on Blu-Ray and DVD. Criterion's…
Tosten Burks / March 15, 2019
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