The war against petitions and Good Omens rages on.Read More
The blimp may be fake, but the terror is real.
This weekend, a video captured the imagination of the world with a dystopian harbinger of things to come.Read More
New York, hell of a town.
New Yorkers are rejoicing!Read More
Woody Allen is currently suing Amazon for a breach in contract, stating that the reason Amazon won't produce his movies is because of "a 25-year-old, baseless allegation."Read More
Amazon has a new series in the works that aims to take on one of our least favorite tropes in existence: fridging.Read More
As Hollywood has finally caught onto the extreme popularity of podcasts, more and more shows are being adapted for television. It's happened for Pod Save America, 2 Dope Queens, Lore, and now it's happening for Modern Love.Read More
Imagine you woke up one morning in a Kafka-esque nightmare where you were suddenly Jeff Bezos, with his whole $156 billion of wealth. What would you do?Read More
Alexa, find me the weekend's worst take.
I don't know how we're still having this conversation but somehow, even now, in this, the year 2018, we're still having to defend libraries. Even if a person doesn't get why libraries are important, or even if they are weirdly, staunchly anti-library, you would think that by now they would have learned not to share that opinion online. Because Library Twitter is one of the smartest, most articulate, and straight-up vicious communities in the entire internet and they do not hold back.Read More
Jeffrey Tambor’s Last Gasps as He’s Fired by Amazon Prove He Still Doesn’t Fully Get What’s Happening
So, Jeffrey Tambor is upset at Amazon's decision to fire him from the show Transparent yesterday after conducting an investigation into allegations of sexual harassment and assault made by his assistant and one of his co-stars on the show. I suppose being upset is understandable. No one likes being fired from a job. But in a statement to Deadline Hollywood, Tambor seems to misunderstand the entire situation.Read More
Disney's Guardians of the Galaxy: Mission Breakout ride has some cute new friends for you to meet.Read More
Roughly a year after Gilmore Girls: A Year In The Life premiered to mixed reactions and reviews, Amy Sherman-Palladino released a new series on Amazon Prime: The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. Both are recognizable from space as the work of Sherman-Palladino, whose sensibilities and ultra-concentrated dialogue are just as divisive (if not more so) than Aaron Sorkin’s, but they're not exactly the same.Read More
“What do you mean, another Gandalf?” Sir Ian McKellan Would Happily Reprise His Role for Amazon’s Lord of the Rings Series
"Gandalf is 7,000 years old, so I'm not too old [yet]," Sir Ian McKellan said on the Graham Norton radio program.Read More
Following allegations of sexual harassment from two women, Jeffrey Tambor has announced he will not return to the Amazon series.Read More
Transparent‘s Jeffrey Tambor the Latest Disappointing Addition to Growing List of Alleged Sexual Harassers in Hollywood
Hearing about problematic behavior always hurts more when it affects something you love. For the past four seasons, I've been enjoying following the journey of the Pfefferman family on Amazon's Transparent. I even had the pleasure of being a background actor on the show, which had what I perceived as a safe and progressive set. According to two women working on the show, it was anything but.Read More
Amazon has closed the deal to adapt Lord of the Rings into a TV series which will "explore new storylines preceding J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Fellowship of the Ring."Read More
Happy "Murder on the Orient Express" release day, mes amies! Let's take a closer look at how the new production refashioned some of the most famous facial hair in history.Read More
Disney, like CBS and DC Entertainment, is taking a huge gamble on the fact that we love their content so much that we'll be willing to pay for their separate streaming service, where their content will be available exclusively. When will these media companies learn that streaming services aren't their direct competition? The streaming services have already won.Read More
Back in October (because it is really November guys. Holy hell!) we raved about how excited we were for the "Women of NASA" LEGO set that was getting ready to be launched. Well, the toy was released today and is already killing it.Read More
Can We Please Stop Giving Terrible Men Like Amazon’s Roy Price the Power to Control What Shows Women Can Watch?
Late last year, Roy Price cancelled Amazon's Good Girls Revolt. Now that he's resigned following accusations of sexual harassment and assault, that decision is even more infuriating.Read More
How many women were part of this pitch meeting and development process? Is it none? I'd guess none.Read More