The Shameless shameless rankings: Frank is ready to have another Gallagher kid

The Shameless shameless rankings: Frank is ready to have another Gallagher kid

After a few months off, Shameless is back for the final seven episodes of season 9, and, more importantly, the final seven episodes for Emmy Rossum. Despite originally being filmed as a typical eighth episode of the season, “The Apple Doesn’t Fall Far From the Alibi” has the feel of a season premiere, catching up…
Leslie Jones says she hopes new Ghostbusters movie isn’t ‘all men’

Leslie Jones says she hopes new Ghostbusters movie isn’t ‘all men’

Leslie Jones has expressed anger over the announcement of a new Ghostbusters movie that will follow the timeline of the 1984 original. Although the characters in the new movie haven’t been revealed, Jones said she hopes it won’t exclude women. The Saturday Night Live star was one of four actresses to headline the 2016 reboot…
Why Outlander used the saddest song ever to end the penultimate episode

Why Outlander used the saddest song ever to end the penultimate episode

Something may have felt — or sounded — vaguely familiar at the end of Sunday’s Outlander episode. When Roger (Richard Rankin) returns to the Mohawk village after attempting to escape, he finds the Jesuit priest he befriended burning at the stake. There are no words spoken between Roger and the Mohawk but words weren’t needed:…
Outlander: Richard Rankin breaks down his most emotional scene to date

Outlander: Richard Rankin breaks down his most emotional scene to date

In Sunday’s episode of Outlander, a defeated Roger Wakefield (Richard Rankin) has an emotional breakdown in captivity and then gives up an opportunity to escape the Mohawk by attempting to save Father Alexandre. Here, Rankin reflects on his most emotional scene to date and explains why Roger behaved a lot like Claire in that final…
Outlander recap: A tale told by an idiot

Outlander recap: A tale told by an idiot

It’s the second to last Outlander episode this season (say it ain’t so!) and boy is it a doozy. Roger gets into some serious spiritual conflict after finally making camp in a Mohawk village, while Bree tries to get down to the heart of the matter (that would be — forgiveness, forgiveness, even if, even…
Ja Rule finally breaks his silence on the competing Fyre Festival documentaries

Ja Rule finally breaks his silence on the competing Fyre Festival documentaries

The past week saw the release of two different documentaries about the ill-fated Fyre Festival of 2017. Neither Netflix’s Fyre: The Greatest Party That Never Happened or Hulu’s Fyre Fraud, though, feature interviews with Ja Rule, the rapper who was one of the most famous faces of the festival. But on Sunday, Ja Rule made…
Jonathan Bennett of Celebrity Big Brother slams Omarosa

Jonathan Bennett of Celebrity Big Brother slams Omarosa

For better or for worse, Omarosa made the most headlines last season on Celebrity Big Brother, and now she’s making headlines even though she’s not even part of the season 2 cast. When we asked new houseguest (and former Mean Girls star) Jonathan Bennett whether he would rather be a hero or a villain this…
Rambo producer Andy Vajna dies at 74

Rambo producer Andy Vajna dies at 74

Hungarian-American film producer Andy Vajna has died, the Associated Press reported Sunday. Vajna was born in Budapest on Aug. 1, 1944, but he didn’t stay there for long. He escaped Hungary’s postwar communist regime in 1956, the same year that the country was shaken by a nationwide revolution against the Soviet Union’s control. The revolution…
M. Night Shyamalan’s Glass to top MLK box office with $47 million

M. Night Shyamalan’s Glass to top MLK box office with $47 million

M. Night Shyamalan’s Glass isn’t quite running over, but it’ll be enough to top the box office over the long Martin Luther King Jr. holiday weekend. The director’s superhero-themed sequel to Split and Unbreakable is on track to debut with an estimated $47.1 million in ticket sales at 3,841 theaters in the U.S. and Canada from Friday through…
High Maintenance creators on season 3’s ‘tonal shifts’ and guest stars — including an Obama impersonator

High Maintenance creators on season 3’s ‘tonal shifts’ and guest stars — including an Obama...

HBO’s underrated gem High Maintenance is hard to define. It’s billed as a comedy, sure, with the only central-ish character being a chill weed dealer, but it’s also structured in anthology form, with each episode diving into all sorts of scenarios — some humorous, some dramatic, all thoughtfully made. The slice-of-life-in-New-York approach that began back when the…

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