For months, the theories have been running rampant over what happens to Meryl Streep’s character in the sequel to ‘Mamma Mia’. Now, the time has come for the truth: Is she dead? When the trailer for Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again dropped earlier this year, fans were immediately taken aback by the complete and utter lack […]

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Saturday Night Live has released a video full of bloopers from its latest season, its 43rd, on Tuesday (July 17). The team stepped up their game this year in terms of production and writing. From Kanye West and A Quiet Place to dolphin whispering, the level of ridiculousness hit a new peak. However, no matter how collected the celebrities, or seasoned the veterans, […]

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Robin Williams: Come Inside My Mind seesaws between hilarity and melancholy as it tracks the rise of one of the great American comics. Robin Williams has been gone for four years now, bringing to an end not just a spectacular life but a remarkable career as an electric comic performer, sitcom star, and Oscar-winning actor. Tonight, HBO […]

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Kurt Metzger, the controversial comedian who fell from grace in 2016 after a series of inflammatory online comments regarding rape victims, has a new gig: writing for Sacha Baron Cohen’s controversial new TV show Who Is America?. The show’s IMDB page lists Metzger, along with seven other men, as series writers; each are only credited for one episode. Metzger […]

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It was Will Ferrell’s birthday on Monday, and to celebrate, “Smokeroom” took a look back and found his 10 greatest movies of all time. These are truly can’t miss. The 51-year-old actor got his big break when he landed a part on NBC’s late-night comedy sketch show “Saturday Night Live” in 1995. His impersonations of George W. […]

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Seth Meyers devoted his “Closer Look” segment on Late Night to dissect the “surreal” press conference of President Donald Trump and Russian leader Vladimir Putin at the Helsinki Summit. Meyers began the segment by running through the “disastrous” nature of Trump’s trip to Europe before even getting to Finland, including the NATO summit and his infamous state visit […]

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Nickelodeon and Paramount Pictures announced today a relaunch of the kids’ entertainment franchise “Rugrats.” A new animated-series revival featuring the characters from the ’90s cartoon has received with a 26-episode order from Nickelodeon; and Paramount Players, the new film division launched to develop projects based on properties from Viacom cable channels, has given a greenlight to a live-action film featuring CGI […]

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Showtime is fighting back claims that Sacha Baron Cohen posed as a disabled veteran in his new series “Who Is America?” In a lengthy statement issued Monday, the pay cabler denied that Cohen’s character Billy Wayne Ruddick Jr., Ph.D., seen in the premiere episode of the series interviewing Sen. Bernie Sanders, claimed to have served […]

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After dramatically closing the gap with long-time Emmy nomination leader HBO last year, Netflix came up on top for the first time, just five and a half years after officially entering the original scripted series space with the launch of House Of Cards. Even with its first big Emmy contender not in the running after HOC‘s final […]

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A UK university professor claims to have unearthed a long-lost screenplay by the great Stanley Kubrick from 1956. Burning Secret, penned by Kubrick and novelist Calder Willingham, was adapted from a 1913 novella by Viennese author Stefan Zweig. It was originally planned as Kubrick’s next film following his noir classic The Killing. However, Kubrick and Willingham instead […]

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