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5 Spoiler-Free Reasons Why We Can’t Wait for The Good Place to Return Tonight


NBC’s The Good Place returns tonight for Season Two. I was already really forking excited for the show to pick back up, but then just last night I did a binge rewatch with a friend who had never seen it and it reminded me all of the reasons why I love it so very much.

Things We Saw Today: Hillary Clinton’s What Happened Outsells All Other Non-Fiction Books of the Past Five Years

more hardcover sales than any other nonfiction book in the last five years… https://t.co/qXpE8IjdEM — Gabriel Debenedetti (@gdebenedetti) September 20, 2017 Despite the fact that reliving the events of the November 2016 U.S.

A Cut of Justice League Was Secretly Screened for Fans


According to reports, Warner Bros./DC held a special early screening of Justice League for a lucky few.

I Was Not Ready to Hear Clinton Talk About Her Loss With Colbert, but Here We Are

It has been a rough few months since November 9, 2016. It may come as some surprise to our dear readers, since I’ve been so very quiet about it, that I was not happy with the result of the election.

Archie Comics’ Most Magical Character, Sabrina the Teenage Witch, Getting Her Own Show on The CW


Sabrina the Teenage Witch has had her own TV shows before, but they was decidedly more family-friendly and comedic.

Yet Another Movie About Underground Abortion Group The Jane Collective Announced, This Time Starring Elisabeth Moss


Coming straight off of her Emmy win for The Handmaid’s Tale, Elisabeth Moss (who must have her choice of any number of projects) has signed on to star in Call Jane, about the Abortion Counseling Service of Women’s Liberation in Chicago, known as the Jane Collective.

Shinichiro Watanabe’s Blade Runner 2049 Anime Prequel Short Will Arrive in the U.S.


Anime fans and Blade Runner fans got a bit of great news last week, when we learned that Cowboy Bebop‘s Shinichiro Watanabe would be directing an anime prequel short film for Blade Runner 2049.

Everything Coming to Netflix in October (But Mostly Stranger Things)


Hard to believe that September’s already winding down and we’re headed towards the height of fall—I’m anticipating pumpkin beer, cozy scarves, Halloween madness, and maybe picking an apple or two before going to the corn maze.

What’s the First Piece of Media That Absolutely Terrified You?


When we’re young, we’re especially susceptible to a fear-reaction, as it can be difficult to differentiate between what’s real and possible, and what’s not.

Outlander Has a Lot in Common With a Beloved Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode


Outlander, both book and television series, has always been rather vague on the methods and ramifications of their time travel.

She’ll Be Back: Linda Hamilton Returning to the Terminator Franchise For Planned Trilogy


After the franchise flop-fest culminating in Terminator: Genisys, James Cameron is returning to the Terminator franchise to oversee an all-new trilogy of films that would give a proper ending to the Humanity vs.

Review: Victoria and Abdul Tells an Important History, but Forgets a Crucial Perspective - 2.5 out of 5 stars


Stephen Frears’ Victoria and Abdul is more Victoria than Abdul. Announcing early on in the title screen that the events of the film are an imagined portrayal of two real people, the narrative unearths the deep friendship shared between Queen Victoria (Judi Dench) and her Indian advisor Abdul Karim (Ali Fazal).

The First Punisher Trailer Is Here, and It’s Intense as Hell


Netflix and Marvel released a full trailer for the upcoming Punisher series, and it is A Lot. We’ve noted that from Netflix’s promotional material, the first season of Punisher will see Jon Bernthal’s antihero Frank Castle take on a conspiracy at the highest level of government.

Jimmy Kimmel Rips Senator Cassidy for Hypocrisy on His Health Care “Jimmy Kimmel Test”

Back in May, Jimmy Kimmel made an impassioned plea, after his newborn’s heart surgery, that Republicans actually work to improve health care in their quest to get rid of the Affordable Care Act, rather than making things worse.

The Tomb Raider Movie Trailer Looks So Much Better Than the Poster - A low bar, but still.

Yesterday, the Tomb Raider movie reboot, following 2013’s popular Tomb Raider game reboot, got its first official poster, and it left a lot of people wondering why they didn’t draw more inspiration from the game—and also about the Photoshop skills of whoever made it.

Team Bobby: Steve Carell and the Battle of the Sexes Team Examine Bobby Riggs, the “Benign Self-Promoter”


Yesterday, I brought you Part 1—A.K.A. the “Team Billie Jean” session—of the Battle of the Sexes press conference this weekend.

Things We Saw Today: Is Darth Vader in the Han Solo (Solo) Movie?


According to sources that will not be named, an actor was seen sporting Vader’s iconic costume in reshoots for the Han Solo standalone film.

mother! Is a Fascinating Film Better Understood If You Consider the Jews


Apparently, Darren Aronofsky has said of his film mother! that it’s an allegory for his views on environmentalism.

November Criminals Trailer Would Be Incredible Commentary If It Were Satire & Not Plain Old White Savior Garbage

The trailer for Ansel Elgort’s November Criminals, adapted from Sam Munson’s book of the same name, has the potential to be great … if you make some adjustments on your own.

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