‘The Masked Singer’: TV Night Brings Tears, Nostalgic Joy And A Double Unmasking! (Recap)

By Zach Seemayer, ETOnline.com. Published: 5 hours ago *Caution: Spoilers ahead! Big excitement while celebrating the small screen. Wednesday’s new episode of “The Masked Singer” was TV Night, and everything from the set decoration to the wardrobes to the editing and even song choices, was a celebration of all things TV. Robin Thicke opened the show with a […]

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Paul Mescal and Emily Watson on Building and Breaking a Mother-Son Bond in God’s Creatures

Spoilers below. Much of what makes A24’s moody drama God’s Creatures so quietly devastating is owed to what’s shown rather than spoken. The film stars Emily Watson and Paul Mescal as mother Aileen and son Brian, whose isolated, tight-knit fishing village on the Irish coast is lovely and decrepit, shot with a tender but unflinching […]

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Flux Gourmet

A sonic catering collective attends a prestigious residency in Peter Strickland’s characteristically off-beat new flick. At a secluded manor house, an avant-garde sonic catering collective begin a new residency at the behest of prim benefactor Jan Stevens (Gwendoline Christie). This unconventional art form involves turning the sounds of food and cooking into performance via microphones […]

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The Biggest Differences Between Hulu’s Tell Me Lies and the Book

For anyone who’s ever had a toxic, just-can’t-quit-you type of relationship with a significant other, the new Hulu show Tell Me Lies might feel a little too familiar. Executive produced by Emma Roberts and based on the addictive novel by Carola Lovering, the series introduces us to Lucy Albright (Grace Van Patten), a twentysomething woman […]

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Still Haunted by That Birth Scene on House of the Dragon? Same.

Spoilers ahead. On Sunday night, House of the Dragon depicted one of the more disturbing scenes in Game of Thrones history: a bloody medieval C-section that ended in the mother’s death. This fantasy franchise is known for pushing the limits of what can be shown on television, and it certainly hasn’t shied away from portraying […]

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Three decades on, Joel Schumacher’s Flatliners is a cheesy, existential delight

“I don’t know, you guys: it’s Halloween, there’s a full moon. Don’t you think we might be pushing it just a little bit?” So says Randy Steckle (Oliver Platt), some way into Joel Schumacher’s Flatliners, as he and four fellow medical students are about to embark, for their third time, on a clandestine life-and-death experiment […]

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Chris Pratt Says A Quote From Harrison Ford Scared Him From The Role Of Indiana Jones

By Anita Tai. 4 hours ago Chris Pratt is responding to old rumours about him taking over the iconic role of Indiana Jones. The actor spoke on the “Happy Sad Confused” podcast about the Deadline report from 2015 that he was in talks with Steven Spielberg about taking over the role made iconic from Harrison […]

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Is Max Alive or Dead After the Stranger Things Season 4 Finale?

Spoilers for Stranger Things season 4, volume 2 below. At the end of the Stranger Things season 4 finale, it’s frustratingly unclear just how dead Max actually is. Or isn’t. The last we see of her, she’s in the hospital, severely maimed and comatose after her final encounter with Vecna. No one knows when she’ll […]

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Andrew Haigh’s upcoming Strangers makes lovers of Andrew Scott and Paul Mescal

Last fall, the widely-crushed-upon Paul Mescal sent his legions of admirers into paroxysms with the news that he’d play opposite Josh O’Connor in an upcoming romance set around World War II, to be directed by Oliver Hermanus. The Mescal hype train has continued rolling, with the actor scoring an avalanche of fresh critical acclaim for […]

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