Eric Andre stopped by to talk about the darkest moments in his pop culture past with EW. The host of Adult Swim’s The Eric Andre Show covered everything from his first album—purchased at the hip indie chain of record stores known as Burger King—to his favorite toys as a kid. Andre also told EW what his mother wouldn’t let him to enjoy as a kid. READ FULL STORY
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This morning, stars are slowly but surely realizing that they have been nominated for a Golden Globe. Check out statements and social media reactions from nominees such as Reese Witherspoon, Emma Stone, and Eddie Redmayne; we’ll be updating this post throughout the day as they roll in.
Reese Witherspoon (Best Actress, Drama, Wild): “I’m extremely thankful that the film is being recognized in this way. Wild is truly my baby and was a labor of love from the beginning. Cheryl Strayed was so brave in putting her life’s journey into words and it makes me happy that this type of recognition will hopefully drive more people to experience it on film.”
In Hollywood, it’s rare that two ideas come together so perfectly that everyone’s happy. But that’s exactly what happened on Tuesday night’s Tonight Show.
The two ideas? Steve Carell singing with a barbershop quartet and a barbershop quartet singing Marvin Gaye’s “Sexual Healing.” Last night, Carell joined Jimmy Fallon’s quartet, The Ragtime Gals, for a brief performance that’s sure to make the world a happier place.
Rick and Morty patriarch Jerry’s really into his balloon-popping iPad game—and now we know why.
Last week, I wrote a bit about some of the best animation of the year. It’s by no means a comprehensive list, but it’s pretty solid. But not long after I wrote that list, a few friends of mine (and some commenters!) wrote me to say that I had overlooked something huge: Over the Garden Wall. Created by Patrick McHale, Over The Garden Wall was a miniseries that ran for five consecutive nights in November on Cartoon Network. It got very little promotion, and passed most people by. But it was short—just 10 eleven-minute episodes long—and the people who brought it to my attention tend to have very good taste, so I decided to watch the whole miniseries in one sitting.
It’s one of the best things I’ve seen this year.
Tuesday night, Stephen Colbert unveiled the three covers of Entertainment Weekly featuring the host in a flurry of Hobbit personas.
Jimmy Fallon and Ricky Gervais participated in Fallon’s Tonight Show bit “Lip Flip” Tuesday night, and things got dirty. READ FULL STORY
2014 was a banner year for murder mysteries on TV, from the high-concept (hunting for the Yellow King with Cohle and Hart) to the somewhat lower-concept (trying to keep track of all the head-turning twists on Pretty Little Liars). Here’s a lineup revealing who actually committed television’s biggest whodunnits. Seems needless to say, but watch out: Here be spoilers. READ FULL STORY
If you grew up a comics fan, chances are you were faced with one question pretty early on: What’s better, Marvel or DC? It was a big decision, like signing a mortgage at five years old. You were going to spend years investing and defending it, so you’d better pick wisely.
Of course, treating the subject like a binary is inherently silly. There’s no reason not to like both Marvel and DC. Plus, “better” is a purely subjective term—while one publisher’s output might not resonate with some people, others might find it to be the best thing ever.
But thanks to the pervasive popularity of all things superheroic—especially this year—that ancient debate has found new life. And though there are also plenty of comics publishers beyond Marvel and DC, these two are definitely out to dominate the pop cultural conversation in a way they never really have before.
So who wore it better in 2014: Marvel or DC? Let’s take a closer look. READ FULL STORY
Biopics and indie dramas make up a large margin of the film nominations for the NAACP Image Awards this year.
Selma, Get On Up, Belle, Beyond the Lights, and Dear White People garnered nominations for outstanding motion picture while Scandal, How to Get Away With Murder, House of Cards, Grey’s Anatomy, and Being Mary Jane garnered noms for outstanding drama series. Black-ish, House of Lies, Key & Peele, Orange is the New Black, and Real Husbands of Hollywood nabbed nominations on the comedy side in multiple categories.
The awards will be telecast on TV One on Feb. 6. READ FULL STORY
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