Since I'm a big "Fast" fan, it'd be entirely fair to assume I'd be excited for "Hobbs & Shaw." Here's why I'm not.
The Super Bowl halftime show has become the spectacle within the spectacle. It used to be filler entertainment while the players hydrated and tended to their wounds. Now it serves a higher purpose.
Reflections on the band’s snarky masterpiece a quarter-century after its release
The trendy DIY teen hip-hop genre went from a goofy punch line to the preposterously lucrative engine driving a whole new golden age in the music biz. But, wow, is it messy.
We don't even want to think about how many rounds it took to pull this off so perfectly.
Cue Card Supervisor Wally Feresten has one of the most stressful jobs in the world.
David Thomson’s fascinating, and frustrating, tour of gay subversion and female oppression in American movies
On?Monday’s episode of?"The Bachelor", during a one-on-one date with Colton Underwood, contestant Caelynn Miller-Keyes sat at one of the franchise's familiar date-night dinner tables and laid out the details of her sexual assault.
A 14-year-old prodigy in Florida tries to find a way out of poverty.
From the way he talks about Schultz, it seems like Stephen Colbert might be a Dunkin' Donuts guy.
"What's Behind Me?" is basically the "Tonight Show" version of Taboo, except all the prompts are real. Because, you know, network TV budgets.
It's been a busy week for the federal government. In fact, the busiest week all year. Seth Meyers has a lot to say about it.
From the Beatles to?John Frusciante.
What a collection of rape jokes tells us about offensive art in the age of outrage.
Last week, the internet was astir after Jeff Bridges teased mysterious new "Lebowski" material on Twitter. Would he be starring in a sequel? A limited series? A short? As it turns out, nope, the hype was all over an advertisement for Belgian pilsner.
"Birds of Prey" won't be released until 2020, but DC is going to keep us waiting patiently.
The ladies of The Bachelor should form a union and harness the power of collective bargaining against their producer-oppressors.
The microphone cemented the singer as the centerpiece of modern popular music.
Twenty-year-old drummer and YouTuber Sina makes a compelling argument for the much maligned Beatle actually being one of the most important and influential musicians of the 20th century.
As tyrannical as they may sometimes seem, it turns out that babies are actually quite empathetic.
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