The amazing cast includes Sterling K. Brown, Sofia Boutella, Jeff Goldblum, Bryan Tyree Henry, Jenny Slate, Zachary Quinto, Charlie Day, and Dave Bautista.Read More
Who doesn't love a good dub, especially when it gives us more of a chance to mock Kylo Ren?Read More
Things We Saw Today: Amber Tamblyn Would Like to Focus More on Women, Less on “the Redemption of Men”
Tamblyn's new piece addresses how quickly many people, especially many men, seem to want to move past this uncomfortable moment and let these accused men find redemption. As Tamblyn states, though, "I'm not ready for the redemption of men."Read More
I've got some good news/bad news about Santa Claus. The good news: he's real! The bad news: he's dead. Sorry, everybody.Read More
Sure, The LEGO Movie was great, but let's face it. Part of what made it great was that it was really set-up for the movie we really want. That's right, The LEGO Batman Movie. Honestly, every time I see a new print ad or trailer for it, I want to see it even more. Here's another one. Try not to be charmed.Read More
Rogue One doesn't start out the same way as the other Star Wars saga films. And some fans have a mind to fix that.Read More
Life's a party. Rock your body.
By my count it's been nearly three years since Jenny Slate's Marcel last shared his teeny-tiny worldview with the good people of the Internet, but the shell has learned a lot during his hiatus. Did you know shrimp are the idiots of the sea? Or that some guys can eat an entire grape?Read More
Today in "movies you should see."
Obvious Child starts with its heroine, stand-up comedian Donna Stern (Saturday Night Live alum Jenny Slate) telling a joke about vaginal discharge. I could write pages about how this movie isn't your average rom-com—how it has a frankness that a lot of its Hollywoodized brethren don't, how its characters feel real—but that opening joke says it all. Director Gillian Robespierre took the time to chat with us about the film, the genre, and that opening scene.Read More
Things We Saw Today
Heffalumps and Woozles
i'll just leave this here
Marcel the Shell is the adorable stop motion sensation that took the internet by storm after writers Dean Fleischer-Camp and writer/actress Jenny Slate's documentary Marcel the Shell with Shoes On won Best Animated Short at AFI Fest and even made it to Sundance. It's been more than a year since Marcel's debut, and the tiny star returns today with Marcel the Shell with Shoes On, Two. See Marcel the Shell, One below.Read More