Vanity Fair Cover Story: Star Wars: The Rebellion Will Be Televised

Vanity Fair has an exclusive look at the master plan for Obi-Wan Kenobi with Ewan McGregor and Hayden Christensen, Andor with Diego Luna, Ahsoka with Rosario Dawson—and a fleet of new shows. Read the article HERE. In the new show Obi-Wan Kenobi, the lord of the dark side hunts his old mentor, setting up theirContinue reading “Vanity Fair Cover Story: Star Wars: The Rebellion Will Be Televised”

Where There’s Smoke: Stephen King Revisits Firestarter

Stephen King can’t tell you how to actually start a fire. If lost in the woods, like a Jack London character craving light and heat, all the author could do to ignite a blaze is reach into his pockets and hope for the best. “I’d use a Bic lighter,” he jokes. King gets much moreContinue reading “Where There’s Smoke: Stephen King Revisits Firestarter”

Brandi Carlile On Her Saturday Night Live Debut And What She’s Learned From Hard Work

Over the course of her 20-year career, singer-songwriter Brandi Carlile has received plenty of the highest honors a musician can get. She’s won six Grammys, joined a country supergroup, the Highwomen, worked with legends Tanya Tucker, T-Bone Burnett, and Joni Mitchell, started her own music festival, and became a New York Times bestseller with herContinue reading “Brandi Carlile On Her Saturday Night Live Debut And What She’s Learned From Hard Work”

John Krasinski Breaks Down The Opening Scene From A Quiet Place Part II

Director and actor John Krasinski takes us through the opening scene of A Quiet Place Part II. The long-awaited horror sequel is in theaters now and will have its streaming debut on Paramount+ in 45 days. In A Quiet Place Part II, following the deadly events at home, the Abbott family must now face the terrorsContinue reading “John Krasinski Breaks Down The Opening Scene From A Quiet Place Part II”

Justice League: The Shocking, Exhilarating, Heartbreaking True Story of The Snyder Cut

Zack Snyder, the director of Justice League, has never seen Justice League. His name is in the credits as the filmmaker, but he’s never sat through the version released to the world three years ago. His wife, Deborah, who produced the movie, advised him not to. In late 2017—months after the couple cut ties withContinue reading “Justice League: The Shocking, Exhilarating, Heartbreaking True Story of The Snyder Cut”

The Mandalorian: Rosario Dawson Tells All About Ahsoka Tano

Star Wars fans have likely all seen the photo of George Lucas on the set of The Mandalorian, cradling Baby Yoda like a proud grandfather, but there is something about that slightly blurry snapshot that they don’t know. Just out of frame stood another beloved galactic figure who until then had only existed in animation—RosarioContinue reading “The Mandalorian: Rosario Dawson Tells All About Ahsoka Tano”

Here Is A First Look At Stephen King’s The Stand 

The Man in Black makes his return to the screen, only the world looks a lot different than we remember. The first photos from CBS All Access miniseries The Stand, a fresh adaptation of Stephen King’s pandemic-apocalypse novel, have arrived with looks at Big Little Lies’ Alexander Skarsgard as demonic hell-raiser Randall Flagg and WhoopiContinue reading “Here Is A First Look At Stephen King’s The Stand “

Even Stephen King Can’t Escape A Quarantine That Feels Like Living In A Stephen King Book

Like everyone, Stephen King is trapped. The author is in Florida, with his wife, Tabby, and his corgi, Molly, trying to stay sane while sheltering in place. Meanwhile, his life’s work seems to be coming to life around him. People keep comparing the eeriness of the COVID-19 pandemic to the far deadlier one that sweptContinue reading “Even Stephen King Can’t Escape A Quarantine That Feels Like Living In A Stephen King Book”

Phil LaMarr Improvises Voices

Cartoon fans will recognize Phil LaMarr as the man behind the voices of Samurai Jack, Hermes Conrad on Futurama, and hundreds of other characters. Vanity Fair asked Phil to improvise 12 new character voices entirely based on their illustrations. If there’s one thing the clip proves is just how impressive his range and imagination is.

Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse Photo Honors Stan Lee’s Legacy

Ask any Spider-Man fan, big or small, to repeat the most enduring message of the web-slinging Peter Parker, and you’ll likely get a faithful recitation of his Uncle Ben’s advice: “With great power comes great responsibility.” This concept goes hand-in-hand with something the heroic Peter says, with a heavy dose of irony, early in SonyContinue reading “Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse Photo Honors Stan Lee’s Legacy”

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