Brie Larson is supporting the #CaptainMarvelChallenge to raise money for young girls to go see her new female-led superhero movie.
Freelance writer and pop culture enthusiast living in Los Angeles. Co-author of the books Mad Men Unzipped and the forthcoming Finding Truth in Fiction, about audience's positive responses to fictional stories.
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Joaquin Phoenix's The Joker movie is rumored to be a political commentary and a tragic character study.
Kevin Spacey made his first appearance in court and entered a not guilty plea after being charged with felony sexual assault.
In 2018, three major superhero films featured villains with a social conscience, which complicated how audiences related to them.
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse ended up cutting around 10 minutes of fully animated footage from the final film.
The first Doctor Who festive special starring Jodie Whittaker's 13th Doctor was the lowest rated since 2005.
Into the Spider-Verse demonstrates how some of the most popular entertainment today capitalizes on the same desires and impulses as fan fiction.
Frank Oz has weighed in on Disney's attempts to revive The Muppets, and his comments aren't optimistic about the future of the franchise.
Before its official release, Aquaman still earned a record-breaking amount of money in preview screenings.
Director Tim Burton nearly brought R.L. Stine's iconic Goosebumps book series to the big screen in the 1990s.
Black Panther director Ryan Coogler discussed the unique challenges his behind-the-scenes team faced making the blockbuster film.
Everything is awesome for Batman and his Lego friends in this holiday-themed Lego Movie 2 short.
The trailer for the final season of Netflix's A Series of Unfortunate Events shows the end of the Baudelaire orphans' story.
Marvel Studios has responded to NASA's advice on dealing with Tony Stark and his dire situation, as depicted in the Avengers: Endgame trailer.
Alamo Drafthouse is screening the first two episodes of the upcoming third season of HBO's True Detective four weeks early, and for free.
Aquaman star Jason Momoa shows off how he's been spending his time while preparing to host Saturday Night Live.