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Of Course 'Star Wars: Rogue One' Has Problems

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No One Should Be Surprised That Star Wars: Rogue One Is Having Problems

Gareth Edwards's vision for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story reportedly does not line up with Lucasfilm's.

Roots Finale Recap: Family Reunion

This soulful, vital American narrative deserves better.

Matt Damon Reads an MIT Review of Good Will Hunting in His MIT Graduation Speech, and Boy, They Did Not Like Them Apples

Damon also explained simulation theory.

Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping Is Like Spinal Tap, Except Spinal Tap Was Funny

Apparently there are people who think that Popstar is a witty satire of pop celebrity instead of a soulless hodgepodge of star cameos and gags that go nowhere.

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Hamilton: The Revolution by Lin-Manuel Miranda
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend star, Rachel Bloom-approved.

Cate Blanchett May Take the Brad Pitt Role in the Female Ocean’s Eleven

She'd star alongside Sandra Bullock.

Sir Anthony Hopkins Joins Transformers 5

"The man, the myth, the legend."

The Tepid Me Before You Will Make You Appreciate Emilia Clarke’s Acting on Game of Thrones

The scene-stealers of the tepid weeper Me Before You are Emilia Clarke’s eyebrows, closely followed by her large top row of teeth.

Outcast’s Robert Kirkman and Chris Black on Adapting the Comic to TV and the Rise of Occult-Themed Dramas

And why so much of the dialogue is lifted straight from the comics.

Cinemax’s Outcast Approaches Horror in the Most Visceral Sense

You know something is horribly wrong but you aren't exactly sure what.

Gillian Anderson to Play an American God in Starz’s American Gods

She'll play Media, a new god.

Blockbuster Game The Division Is Being Made Into a Jake Gyllenhaal–Led Film. Will People Still Care By the Time It Comes Out?

The game was the fastest-selling new intellectual property in the gaming industry, earning $330 million the week it came out.

Emilia Clarke Is Wasting a Perfect Tinder Headline

"Oh, honey, I can’t get on no internet [dating] site!"

So, How Do You Think Tommen’s Going to Die on Game of Thrones?

It's not personal, it's just prophecy.

A Brief Primer on B.J. Britt, the Actor Playing UnREAL’s New Suitor

Get to know the man behind Darius Beck.

Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest As an Opera? Really?

How did Gerald Barry do that?

The Original and New Ghostbusters Casts Will Unite on Jimmy Kimmel; Watch Out, Dressing Room Ghosts!

The casts of the two films will appear together on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on June 8.

On Six Feet Under and Those Moments When Life and TV Collide

It's a show that felt extraordinarily personal to many people for a simple, obvious reason: We all lose loved ones.

Tegan and Sara Quin Pick Their 10 Favorite Tegan and Sara Songs

Plus, everything they've learned about songwriting now that they're eight albums deep.

Mike O’Brien on His Jay Z and Oprah Sketches and SNL’s History of Undercutting Premises

"This dorky, sweet Midwest guy has none of the coolness that Jay Z and Oprah have in everything they say and do."

Kanye’s New Cruel Winter Track Puts His Maximalist Vision on Full Display

Kanye West plays people where other musicians of his stature play instruments.

Kanye Put Travis Scott, Desiigner, Gucci Mane and More on the First Cruel Winter Single; Listen to It Here

It might be called "Round and Round."

How to Open Your Stand-up Special When You Have Terminal Cancer

Thanks to Ellen and a $50,000 Kickstarter, Quincy Jones got to achieve his dream of taping a stand-up special.

Jena Malone Pops Up in the Trailer for a 3-Hour (!) Cut of Batman v Superman

It hits stores June 28.

Behind the New World Order on UnREAL Season Two

Consider: For all of the sex scenes, the men are directed to disrobe while the women stay dressed.


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