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Killing Eve's Jodie Comer says filming season two nearly killed her Killing Eve's Jodie Comer says filming season two nearly killed her

When playing a sociopathic assassin with a delightfully eccentric taste in fashion, one might expect to perform various, potentially hazardous stunts involving firearms and sharp objects, jumping and falling, and participating in high-speed chases. It’s all in a day’s work for Jodie Comer, who portrays said assassin…

R. Kelly charged with 10 counts of criminal sexual abuse R. Kelly charged with 10 counts of criminal sexual abuse

Following recent reports of additional allegations against R. Kelly, the R&B singer and producer has been formally charged with 10 counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse. The Chicago Sun-Times reports that charges were handed down Friday morning in Cook County, with a court date set for March 8. The charges come…

Bill Hader goes deep in new Barry season two trailer

Bill Hader fans may have been bummed out to learn the actor wouldn’t be appearing in the new season of Documentary Now!, but it’s for good reason: Hader was a little preoccupied filming the second season of his fantastic HBO series Barry, and there’s a brand new, full-length trailer to show off the hilarious and…

John Krasinski is taking us to another Quiet Place in 2020 John Krasinski is taking us to another Quiet Place in 2020

Legend has it that long ago, a wise magic man visited some old, white Hollywood executive in his dreams and whispered, “If you make a successful film, you must build a franchise or your entire life’s work is a failure and your wife will leave you behind.” With this in mind comes the sequel to A Quiet Place, John…

Everyone hates Jimmy Fallon in his Larry Sanders-inspired fifth anniversary show

Art will imitate life on Monday, February 25 when The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon celebrates its fifth anniversary with a very special episode. Unfortunately no one will be staging a long overdue intervention with the late night host, but there will be an hour-long homage to The Larry Sanders Show in which…

Altered Carbon to welcome back at least two familiar faces next season

Given the basic premise of Altered Carbon–people change into different bodies or “sleeves” at will–it seemed likely that at least a few faces from the first season would return for season two. Deadline confirms as much, piggybacking on a new casting announcement video from Netflix, which reveals that Chris Conner and…

Bond 25's goofy working title might offer a clue about the villain Bond 25's goofy working title might offer a clue about the villain

With Cary Fukunaga in the director’s chair, Bond 25 is gearing up to finally head into production–with Daniel Craig in tow–this April. And according to a new report from The Guardian, the latest installment in the 007 series is operating under the working title Shatterhand–which is not a new Scandinavian murder…

Attention, citizens: RoboCop is KFC's new Colonel

Ready your “I’d buy that for a dollar!” jokes because KFC has unveiled its newest Colonel, and it’s... RoboCop? RoboCop, sure. And as confirmed by /Film, that is indeed Peter Weller’s voice–though whether that’s actually him in the clunky Robo-suit remains a mystery. The fast food brand revealed its latest hire in a…

Game Of Thrones' The Mountain is out here shirtless and reading love poems

In case you, a wise person, are not paying attention to social media, you may not have noticed that it’s Valentine’s Day. Now, whether you’re single by choice, dutifully swiping through Tinder, or merely an incel, you might not have a special someone to share this holiest of corporate holidays with–and that’s okay!…

David Fincher and Tim Miller's animated anthology series gets a spastic trailer

We might never know the answer to the question “What would a mega-budget zombie blockbuster directed by David Fincher look like?” But thanks to this trailer for Love, Death & Robots, we now know the answer to the question “What would an animated series produced by The Finch look like?” Netflix has revealed the first…

Kenan Thompson is bringing All That back to Nickelodeon Kenan Thompson is bringing All That back to Nickelodeon

’90s kids, rejoice! All That is coming back to Nickelodeon courtesy of original cast member Kenan Thompson. The upcoming revival will feature a new cast of kids hamming it up alongside original cast members. Thompson, who got his start on All That before graduating to SNL (with a brief stopover at Good Burger…

Get obsessed with the Killing Eve season two trailer

AMC and BBC America have released the first trailer for the second season of Killing Eve, aka Hannibal, But With Women. Set to an eerie cover of “Addicted to Love,” the trailer teases the next chapter in the creepy courtship between MI6 agent Eve (Sandra Oh) and sociopathic psycho-killer Villanelle (Jodie Comer, who…

Academy clarifies Oscar plans as Martin Scorsese, Spike Lee, and more join protest Academy clarifies Oscar plans as Martin Scorsese, Spike Lee, and more join protest

The film world was sent into a tizzy earlier this week when the Academy announced its plan to hand out awards for cinematography, editing, live-action short, and makeup and hair during commercial breaks. Per The Guardian, multiple filmmakers–including Martin Scorsese, Spike Lee, and Rachel Morrison (the first woman to…

Jason Blum could help Universal revive its Dark Universe Jason Blum could help Universal revive its Dark Universe

Following the underwhelming box office take for its lame reboot of The Mummy, Universal’s ambitious plans for the Dark Universe–interconnected reboots of its classic monsters properties–imploded. It was clear that audiences weren’t interested in the Monster Cinematic Universe, no matter how much the studio paid for…

James Cameron slams Aquaman, a movie where sharks shoot frickin' lasers, for its lack of realism James Cameron slams Aquaman, a movie where sharks shoot frickin' lasers, for its lack of realism

When it comes to James Cameron, only two things are certain: Realism and the fuckin’ ocean. So when the filmmaker, who played a fictional version of himself directing a fictional Aquaman movie in Entourage, was asked about the actual Aquaman movie, he had some strong opinions about it. To be fair, Cameron started by …

Ian McShane says American Gods' second season gets "back to the book" Ian McShane says American Gods' second season gets "back to the book"

Things have been fairly rocky for American Gods, which debuted its first season on Starz almost two years ago. Since then, the series–based on Neil Gaiman’s novel–has lost three showrunners and a couple of key stars, and yet somehow they managed to put a complete second season together.

Octavia Spencer goes full horror in the bonkers trailer for Ma

It’s a busy week for Blumhouse: In addition to releasing Happy Death Day 2U this weekend, the studio just dropped a trailer for a new thriller called Ma–and this thing looks like a barrel of bananas. The movie centers on a group of teens who encounter Octavia Spencer’s Ma and her phenomenal Dorothy Hamill bowl cut at…

Meet the cast of Hulu's new Wu-Tang series Meet the cast of Hulu's new Wu-Tang series

The clan is coming together for Hulu’s Wu-Tang: An American Saga, the 10-episode series from RZA and writer Alex Tse (Superfly) that explores the origins of America’s most iconic hip-hop groups. Deadline reports that Hulu has enlisted Ashton Sanders (Moonlight), Shameik Moore (Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse),…

Will Forte teases the MacGruber TV series in this very important clip

After years of taunting us with the possibility of a MacGruber sequel, it looks like the cult favorite might be heading to the small screen. Last week, co-writer Jorma Taccone told The Daily Beast that he’s been pitching a TV series to various streaming platforms with Will Forte and John Solomon. While we wait for an…

David Fincher's World War Z sequel might not happen after all David Fincher's World War Z sequel might not happen after all

David Fincher’s World War Z sequel has paused mid-regeneration, as THR reports that Paramount has halted pre-production on the would-be franchise just when it started sniffing blood. Sources cite “budgetary issues” as the problem, adding that it’s unclear whether this is the film’s fatal headshot or if it’ll gasp its…

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