Gold, I tells ya…
Man, it’s hard to talk about Game of Thrones without walking on eggshells, but here we go: Maisie Williams, who plays the adorable little ball of hate Arya Stark, recently…
Probably, but is this the path you want to take, Lindsay?
Normally an R rating is the one to avoid. Not this time.
Jennifer Aniston seems cool.
With a new Planet of the Apes sequel dawning soon, we revisit the franchise’s most disastrous hour: Tim Burton’s ill-advised 2001 remake. It’s a madhouse!!!!
The most conservative backdrop for a TV show gets some indie rock.
Remember when they did OCP Day about 20 years ago? That was a disaster. So much blood.
Just announce Ben Stiller already, guys. Come on.
I still think I could take her in an arm-wrestling contest.
This one will be like ‘Hunstman: The Move (featuring Snow White)’.
Whoever doesn’t appreciate this is a stone-cold monster.
Finally, someone is making a movie about WWII!
There were poop issues.
I guess those lizard monsters came back. Pity.
Dead chicks, man.
He means it as a compliment.
He’ll leave the cap off the toothpaste AND then bust one into you.
With the Transformers rolling back into theaters, we decided to break down the best and worst movie machines of all time.
There’s going to be a script?
Spoiler alert: Jenna Bush-Hager can’t read and Chris Pratt has abs.
By Jared Jones After a year-long creative dispute with Miramax co-founder Harvey Weinstein — the man Gary Oldman would likely refer to as Hollywood’s H.J.I.C (Head Jew in Charge) —…
Expect some snappier vagina jokes.
The good news is that hoodies have come back into style since then, so the costumes will be largely the same.
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Forrest Gump was released 20 years ago this week, so we decided to revisit the classic film that captured the heart of a nation — and beat Pulp Fiction and The Shawshank Redemption for Best Picture. For real.
With the proliferation of the “gritty reboot,” everyone from Batman to Peter Pan to Dorothy is getting a more down-to-earth and darker retelling. So why would the favorite cartoons from…
No heroes allowed.