Fans Get First Full Look At Harrison Ford’s Return In Indiana Jones 5

Empire Magazine gave fans their first look at Ford in the new film, reportedly titled Indy, complete with a photoshoot and an artistically rendered poster.  The brand new poster shows Indy in 1960s Manhatten, dressed in his iconic outfit and holding his whip while he faces the Chrysler Building. The whole image is bathed inContinue reading “Fans Get First Full Look At Harrison Ford’s Return In Indiana Jones 5”

Steven Spielberg Waited 60 Years To Tell This Story

When Steven Spielberg was a kid growing up in 1950s Arizona, watching westerns on his family’s 20-inch black-and-white Philco, he would creep right up to the screen, as if to surround himself with the image. He also wished he could see these moving pictures in color. So he’d riffle through his family’s collection of slides,Continue reading “Steven Spielberg Waited 60 Years To Tell This Story”

The Best Pop Culture Halloween Costumes For 2022: From ‘House of The Dragon’ To ‘Euphoria’

Costume designing in Hollywood has only gotten bigger and better in recent years, with buzzy shows such as “House of the Dragon” and “Euphoria” to blockbuster films such as “Top Gun” and “Dr. Strange” casting a spotlight on their characters’ clothes in a way that adds a whole new level of excitement to every shot.Continue reading “The Best Pop Culture Halloween Costumes For 2022: From ‘House of The Dragon’ To ‘Euphoria’”

Phil Rosenthal’s Mission Is To Bring People Together, One Bite At A Time

How did Phil Rosenthal go from Emmy-winning creator of Everybody Loves Raymond to a global food superstar with the Netflix reality series Somebody Feed Phil?  “Everything I learned about how to tell a story on TV is now in the service of this show. Family, friends, food, travel, laughs. My whole existence seems to beContinue reading “Phil Rosenthal’s Mission Is To Bring People Together, One Bite At A Time”

Kevin Smith Critiques Batman & Superman In Movies

Kevin Smith gives his honest takes on Superman and Batman and how they are portrayed in the DC cinematic universe. Who did it better: Christopher Reeve or Henry Cavill? Why does he think Ben Affleck would make the perfect Superman? Why will Michael Keaton’s Batman always be superior?

The Stephen King Ultimate Companion Book: The 10 Most Interesting Things

The spookiest thing about the just-published Stephen King: A Complete Exploration of His Work, Life, and Influences is how many fascinating tidbits of information about Stephen King writer Bev Vincent fits into the book, while still leaving space aplenty for archival photos and documents from the Carrie writer’s personal collections.  You’ll have to buy theContinue reading “The Stephen King Ultimate Companion Book: The 10 Most Interesting Things”

Here Is The 2022 TIME100 Next List

Every year, TIME publishes the TIME100 Next, a list—inspired by TIME100—that recognizes 100 rising stars from across industries and around the world. There is no one way to have an impact, so there is no one way by which TIME measures the influence essential to its selections. As a result, and by design, the 2022Continue reading “Here Is The 2022 TIME100 Next List”

The 100 Greatest TV Shows of All Time

A ranking of the most game-changing, side-splitting, tear-jerking, mind-blowing, world-building, genre-busting programs in television history, from the medium’s inception in the early 20th century through the ever-metastasizing era of Peak TV. Check out the list HERE from Rolling Stone.

Celebrate MAD Magazine’s 70th Anniversary

MAD Magazine, one of the longest-running humor publications in America, is celebrating its 70th anniversary with a can’t-miss issue! Nearly one-half of this 56-page anniversary celebration issue (issue #28) features original content, the most since the publication’s format change in 2019. Not only are current MAD staffers creating and contributing new content, but some ofContinue reading “Celebrate MAD Magazine’s 70th Anniversary”

How Mark Rober Became The Willy Wonka of Engineering

Picture the coolest, most ridiculously awesome room you can imagine. Maybe it’s got a golf simulator and a billiards table, or radiant-heat floors, or polychromatic India Mahdavi furniture, or meticulously cultivated hygge. Whatever it is, whatever you’re envisioning, it would be even better if it had a secret door leading to another room. And ofContinue reading “How Mark Rober Became The Willy Wonka of Engineering”

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