Meet The Eternals: A Guide To Marvel’s 10 Newest Heroes

The Marvel Cinematic Universe keeps getting bigger. Avengers: Endgame may have closed out one Marvel chapter, but a new one is about to begin. Directed by Oscar winner Chloé Zhao, the long-awaited Eternals will hit theaters November 5, bringing some of Marvel comics’ strangest and most memorable characters to the big screen. The Eternals areContinue reading “Meet The Eternals: A Guide To Marvel’s 10 Newest Heroes”

Read An Excerpt From Stephen King’s New Thriller Billy Summers

In Stephen King’s latest thriller, he swaps the supernatural for more traditional scares: Billy Summers (out Aug. 3) follows a killer-for-hire, a former sniper in the Iraq war who uses a career as an author as cover for his more sinister pursuits.  Read an excerpt HERE.

Stephen King Talks Thriller Billy Summers And Why The Pandemic Isn’t That Different From The Stand

Stephen King’s latest novel started with a single question: A killer for hire is on a high floor of a building, poised to shoot a victim; now, how does he get out? The answer to that conundrum occupies much of Billy Summers (out August 3).  A nerve-rending thriller rather than a nightmare-inducing tale of terror,Continue reading “Stephen King Talks Thriller Billy Summers And Why The Pandemic Isn’t That Different From The Stand”

Entertainment Weekly’s Guide To The Best Funko Pops To Buy Right Now, From The Falcon And The Winter Soldier To The Office

Your favorite show, movie, and video game characters have probably been commemorated with a Funko Pop. The company has been behind a steady stream of stylized vinyl figures for nearly every popular property under the sun, from iconic series like Friends to recent critical darlings like The Queen’s Gambit.  Usually under 4 inches in heightContinue reading “Entertainment Weekly’s Guide To The Best Funko Pops To Buy Right Now, From The Falcon And The Winter Soldier To The Office”

LeBron James Joins The Tune Squad In Space Jam: A New Legacy First Look

After initially passing 15 years ago, LeBron James is finally ready to take the Space Jam mantle from Michael Jordan in Space Jam: A New Legacy (out July 16 in theaters and on HBO Max), which graces the new cover of Entertainment Weekly. “It’s something Mike created and is his,” James says of the belovedContinue reading “LeBron James Joins The Tune Squad In Space Jam: A New Legacy First Look”

Marvel Studios’ WandaVision: Entertainment Weekly Welcomes You To The Wanda Years

  As Marvel Studios gets ready to launch the first of their original television series, exclusively for Disney+, Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany reprise their roles as Wanda Maximoff and Vision, respectively, on the cover of Entertainment Weekly in support of their series WandaVision. The new EW issue, arriving this week, gives us an in-depthContinue reading “Marvel Studios’ WandaVision: Entertainment Weekly Welcomes You To The Wanda Years”

Stephen King’s TV Reign: The Author Discusses Mr. Mercedes, The Stand, And The Outsider

With America experiencing what’s objectively its most terrifying year of the 21st century, it’s perhaps only appropriate that the master of horror is having one of his best. Stephen King may be well into his fourth decade as a blockbuster storyteller, yet TV adaptations of his work have never been more popular. There’s HBO’s stealthContinue reading “Stephen King’s TV Reign: The Author Discusses Mr. Mercedes, The Stand, And The Outsider”

Stephen King’s Maine

Stephen King is synonymous with the Pine Tree State. The best-selling author, 73, has lived in the land of lobsters and lighthouses nearly his entire life, using the chilly surroundings as inspiration to build a literary universe. Several small towns in central Maine serve as the real-life backdrops for such famously inhospitable fictional settings asContinue reading “Stephen King’s Maine”

David Sedaris Discusses New Book The Best of Me

Asking an interview subject about their pandemic isolation journey is dangerously close to passé. But for a David Sedaris interview, it’s a requirement: The essayist’s entire brand is built on nonstop international touring, his best material flowing from his travels and his frequent — and often off-color — interactions with his fans. (On his lastContinue reading “David Sedaris Discusses New Book The Best of Me”

Entertainment Weekly Black Widow Cover Story

Scarlett Johansson readies for battle the way a veteran doctor scrubs in for surgery or an astronaut gears up for her eighth space flight. Hair drawn back in a tidy braid, she barely glances down at Natasha Romanoff’s familiar black catsuit as she buckles every buckle and zips every zipper with rhythmic efficiency. Squeezed intoContinue reading “Entertainment Weekly Black Widow Cover Story”

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