We will never know for a fact how much everyone in Hollywood knew about Harvey Weinstein and his deplorable actions. At the moment the target of people's ire and frustration has landed on the doorstep of actress Meryl Streep. Rose McGowan called out Streep for being part of a boycott that Hollywood actresses have planned to wear black in order to show solidarity with the #MeToo movement. McGowan's tweet, which has since been deleted, said that Steep happily worked for "The Pig."Read More
The Justice League rumor mill is churning once again and this time it has to do with rumors that Jake Gyllenhaal is being eyed to replace Ben Affleck as Batman, but that doesn't mean he has to be Bruce Wayne.Read More
Ben Affleck Says There Is “Sexual Tension” Between Wonder Woman and Batman in Justice League and I Just Punched a Wall
Apparently, this is all Joss Whedon's fault.Read More
Ben Affleck to Donate Weinstein Residuals & Be “Part of the Solution,” Hopefully Including Admitting He’s Part of the Problem
One hopes—one always hopes—that something like the recent focus on sexual harassment and assault in Hollywood and elsewhere would inspire people to examine their behavior and correct what needs correcting. No one is perfect, and the best any of us can do is acknowledge what we've done wrong, and take steps to do right. However, the second part of that can't be done without the first. Someone should tell Ben Affleck.Read More
Can Men Just Stop?
In the wake of Harvey Weinstein’s disgusting reign of sexually predatory behavior being brought to the open through the actions of brave women, men who have worked with and benefited from Weinstein’s favor have been taking to social media to declare their outrage and their ignorance to the behavior that took place.Read More
Batfleck no more!
Well that was over quickly. For all the furor over the "Batfleck" in the first place, it seems that Ben Affleck isn't going to be in the role of the caped crusader much longer. That probably has those who were never thrilled with the idea in the first place feeling pretty relieved, but what does it mean for the future of Batman in the DCEU?Read More
Batman Director Matt Reeves pulled a Fleetwood Mac and decided to go his own way, using a different script and a brand new story for the film.Read More
Sometimes, I forget that People is a tabloid dressed in a Real Magazine costume. Thankfully, I have things like this bullshit Jennifer Garner cover story to remind me.Read More
After an awards season during which few press outlets were talking about the sexual harassment allegations against now Best Actor Oscar winner, Casey Affleck, and no outlets dared asking him about it directly, the Boston Globe has finally done so. Affleck's response is the opposite of illuminating.Read More
It looks like The Batman might pull it together, after all.Read More
The awesome installment of Musical Hell's "Know the Score" series after the jump shows us how chillingly relevant the musical Cabaret still is, considering our current political climate. If you've ever wondered why art is so important, wonder no more.Read More
According to Variety, Cloverfield and Dawn of the Planet of the Apes director Matt Reeves "has already committed" to directing DC and Warner Brothers' The Batman.Read More
After the disappointing box-office return on Live By Night, the period gangster film that Ben Affleck directed and also wrote (or, at least, adapted from the original book by Dennis Lehane), it seems like ol' Batfleck has decided to change gears.Read More
I'm getting the impression that Ben Affleck is tired of people asking him about that Batman movie that he may or may not be doing.Read More
Ben Affleck said that his solo Batman film is "not a set thing" in a recent interview.Read More
Michael Giacchino might've only had four and a half weeks to write the score for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, but judging from this highlight he didn't waste a single moment.Read More
Do you believe him?
If you're having reservations about Ben Affleck's solo Batman film, Joe Manganiello is here to assure you that everything is going to be okay.Read More
Now that filming is over, it's only a matter of counting down the days until the next Justice League trailer--and from there, we've got a little over a year to go before the film itself premieres on November 17, 2017. (Don't worry. At least we only have to wait until June for Wonder Woman.)Read More
The mystery has never been more alive.
Ben Affleck has a working title for his solo Batman movie, and it looks like he's going to keep it short and sweet.Read More
And features a lot of recognizable faces!
That’s right–Ben Affleck and Matt Damon are the executive producers on a new series for Syfy–which, frankly, has been killing it with its original programming lately, from Wynonna Earp to The Expanse. This new series is called Incorporated, and in addition to Affleck and Damon is also being executive produced by The Good Wife‘s Ted […]Read More