It’s the new ‘Breaking Bad’.
He doesn’t want to be fed. He wants to hunt.
In water, no one can hear you scream. Well, they can, but they confuse it for dolphins talking.
The story is currently writing itself in the legal system.
If you wanna make an omelette, you’re gonna have to get hit with some air conditioners.
Honestly, that’s an amazing run, and they should take the extra few days and just watch TV or go hiking or something.
This article (somehow) contains no ‘Over the Top’ reference or masturbation innuendo.
It’s a shame, because he looks much more like an ant than Paul Rudd.
This marks the first time in history that people have objected to a work of religious-based art.
You WILL enjoy comic-book based entertainment.
The definitive answer is “perhaps.”
I guess they’re not even going to give Hathaway and Franco a chance.
My Netflix just streamed all over the carpet.
I’m really looking forward to avoiding this program.
It appears that the city of Fargo has telephones capable of calling Saul.
It’s a good thing Tom Hanks is pretty much perfect, because we don’t want him to change.
Judd Apatow, like many other film creatives recently, will be getting a Simpsons episode all his own. And in case you weren’t sure on whether or not the episode will…
Womanize, drink, learn a lesson…got it.
NBC’s favorite word must be “reboot.”
In case you think the title matters, it’s called ‘Tin Man’.
She’s the showrunner we deserve.
I disagree with most of it.
I would think that He-Man would be the type of film that doesn’t really require a script.
It will be called ‘People In New Jersey’, which might be a divisive title.
Step one: spark Twitter discussions about your show. Step two: buy yacht with duffel bag full of cash.
The readers should have known when the byline was “Spoiler Alert.”
After ‘Dexter’, it’s nice to see him play a good guy.
Everything Strahan touches turns to gold.
Mulaney, one of the only sitcoms in recent history to generate any sort of positive buzz before getting picked up…didn’t get picked up by NBC, much to the chagrin of…
Always let analysts judge art.