World War Brange: the magazines choose Brad

September 28, 2016 15:31:35 Posted at September 28, 2016 15:31:35
Lainey Posted by Lainey

Check out the cover of the new issue of US Weekly. If you only saw the headline “Her Plot To Destroy Brad”, would you have guessed it was US Weekly? I would have thought it was STAR Magazine. Or In TOUCH Weekly. Or Life & Style. But Brange has always been a moneymaker, no more so than now, now that they’ve imploded. Full Story

The Crown is Netflix’s next obsession

September 28, 2016 14:45:04 Posted at September 28, 2016 14:45:04
Sarah Posted by Sarah
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Netflix is having a helluva year. Stranger Things dominated summer, though The Get Down was the better show— and a pretty incredible six hours of storytelling—Luke Cage premieres this Friday and is sure to inspire a thousand thinkpieces, and yesterday they released a trailer for their fall drama, The Crown, about the early years in Queen Elizabeth II’s reign. Full Story

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What we missed: Jakey’s bush

September 27, 2016 18:56:11 Posted at September 27, 2016 18:56:11
Lainey Posted by Lainey
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We missed a lot when World War Brange took over the celebrity news cycle last week. This week’s tabloid are about to drop. I suspect we might be getting another round of Brange ugly very soon. Before that happens, let’s catch up on one of the most important but overlooked issues from last week: Jake Gyllenhaal Full Story

Molly Shannon and Jesse Plemons in Other People

September 27, 2016 17:48:54 Posted at September 27, 2016 17:48:54
Sarah Posted by Sarah

The “indie cancer dramedy” is a well-established sub-genre populated by films like 50/50, The Fault In Our Stars, Me and Earl and the Dying Girl, and of course the granddaddy of them all, Terms of Endearment. This is such a specific type of film that if you watch the trailer and think it looks like a fake movie trailer from Saturday Night Live, you would be forgiven because this is exactly the sort of movie that would be parodied on SNL. Full Story

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