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Armie Hammer admits to being emotionally abusive in first interview since scandal

Two years after reports began emerging of allegations of strange—and sometimes criminal—behavior against Armie Hammer, the actor has given his first interview, to the online newsletter Air Mail. In the interview, Hammer discusses a variety of topics about the general trajectory of his life over the last two years,…Read more...

George Santos claimed he produced Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark for some damn reason

New York Republican Rep. George Santos has had a, let’s say, complicated relationship with the truth over the course of his recent rise into the national spotlight; his various claims about the events of his life, many of them made during his 2021 run for Congress, are currently the subject of investigations by two…Read more...

How 1923 Hollywood shaped 2023 Hollywood

While a lot of people are looking ahead to the movies that are coming in 2023 (we’ve done it too), The A.V. Club thought this would also be a good moment to take a look back. Way, way back. We decided to time-shift a full 100 years, to 1923, a seminal year for Hollywood in particular and the movie industry in…Read more...

The best Disney Plus movies currently available to stream

The Hollywood streaming era has wrought plenty of growing pains, from corporate mergers to disappearing IP to consumers subscribing to enough platforms to wonder why they ever cut the cable cord. Yet while this chapter of cinema history is still being written, Disney+ is a bona fide success story. As our round-up of…Read more...

R.I.P. Melinda Dillon, from A Christmas Story and Close Encounters Of The Third Kind

Melinda Dillon has died. An Oscar and Tony-nominated actress whose most enduring part, for many audiences, was as doting (but soap-wielding) mom Mrs. Parker in 1983's A Christmas Story, Dillon was an institution both on Broadway and in ’70s and ’80s cinema. (Other high-profile roles from the era included Steven…Read more...

The queens form girl groups in a satisfying RuPaul's Drag Race

The latest RuPaul’s Drag Race proves that age is more than just a number. When the queens are asked to imitate the elderly in a performance-based challenge, they being to reflect on age, friendship, and queer history. And while the queens excel in this entertaining episode, the continued quick edit leaves certain…Read more...

Sarah Michelle Gellar reveals a "steamy" kiss between Velma and Daphne was cut from Scooby-Doo

The Sarah Michelle Gellar Revival Tour continues to pay dividends this week, as the Wolf Pack star—and, y’know, TV legend—continues to drop fascinating tidbits about her long career in the industry. Today, that includes a recent appearance where she talked about 2002's Scooby-Doo, directed by James Gunn—and…Read more...

Brian Cox praises "really, really gifted" X2: X-Men United director Bryan Singer in the year 2023

Brian Cox certainly isn’t afraid to speak his mind, unless you’re a Succession fan hoping he’ll drop Logan Roy’s infamous catchphrase off-camera. In a new interview with Yahoo! Entertainment, the veteran actor had some significantly kinder words to share–about his X2: X-Men United director Bryan Singer.Read more...

Netflix now claiming it only released draconian new password-sharing restrictions by accident

Aw, jeez, folks: Netflix done “Whoopsie!”’d again, with the streamer attempting to claim today that its recent reveal of highly restrictive password-sharing policies on its web site was not, in fact, a trial balloon to see just how angry its users would get over being treated like International Password Criminals, but…Read more...

Meagan Good on Harlem, Shazam, and Helen Mirren

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