How is the cast and crew of Gentleman’s Guide To Love and Murder feeling after scoring 10 Tony nominations, the most of any production currently on Broadway? One might say that they’re…well…happy. So happy, in fact, that they’re singing and dancing about it to the tune of Pharrell’s popular song.
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Everything old is new again!
In last night’s Mad Men, Roger and Mona drove upstate to attempt to talk some sense into their daughter,
Margaret Martha Marcy May Marlene Marigold, who — surprise! — had joined a commune/cult of sorts. And just moments after the commune setting appeared, the Internet noted that the house looked mighty familiar: It appears to be the same set from the season 1 episode “The Hobo Code,” where viewers saw young Dick Whitman living on a Depression-era farm. Not quite as cool as Dick later moving to the house from the “Thriller” video — but a fun detail nonetheless. READ FULL STORY
And you thought Daredevil was bad for his career.
According to a report from TMZ, Affleck was forced to stop playing blackjack at the Hard Rock Casino on Monday for counting cards. The Oscar winner allegedly uses the “perfect basic” method of counting, which is pretty much beginner’s cheating. Alert fliers were sent to major casinos in the area warning of Affleck’s behavior after an internal email was sent the week before around the Wynn and Encore casinos stating that Affleck had been “informed that he was being way too obvious moving his money with the count.” We couldn’t get a warning about Gigli, though? READ FULL STORY
If that desk could talk, well, it would have some very scandalous — for lack of a better word — stories. But what about this other desk: READ FULL STORY
Missing Broad City? Obviously.
This won’t quite fill the Abbi-and-Ilana-sized hole in your heart — but it’s good to know that Ilana Glazer is still being her goofy self, even in the off-season. The video, from Glazer’s recently revived “Chronic Gamer Girl” webseries, finds the comedian interviewing people in a New York City park about sex. From a woman who ruined a friend’s jeans during her first time to a dude who just really loves America (?), this video is super weird and perfect.
Watch, and learn that for some people, “friction is friction”: READ FULL STORY
Back in February, Ellen Page told the world she was gay during a speech at the inaugural “Time to THRIVE” conference in Las Vegas. On Thursday, May 1, the actress went on Ellen to talk about the experience, calling it “the most nervous I’ve ever been in my life.”
But looking back, Page said she was ready. “I knew I would be a happier person … [because] I was carrying around a tremendous amount of shame and guilt for not being out,” she said. She also thanked Ellen for doing the same thing in a time when it was “much harder and scarier.”
Watch the candid conversation below:
Garfield went on The Tonight Show Thursday and, after discussing his recent ventures into learning to play guitar, he launched into a performance of the theme song from the 1967 animated Spider-Man TV show. It was, in a word, amazing. (Hey, just like Spider-Man!)
Sorry, ladies, but you won’t be setting up with a date with Ed Sheeran on Tinder anytime soon.
The popular dating app has been in talks to allow verified accounts for more famous Tinder users, similar to Twitter. Sheeran was apparently offered the very first verified profile — but he ended up turning it down. “It just sounds quite creepy doing that,” he told Total Access in a radio interview. “You’re just using your celebrity status to hook up with chicks.” (You listening, Franco?)
Twenty-nine days, 30 movies, and innumerable explosions later, EW has finally revealed our full list of the Best Summer Blockbusters of All Time. Each and every film we named — and dissected in loving detail over the course of April — is an iconic gem; the flicks we honored are memorable not only as great popcorn fare but also as great movies, period.
As of today, you’re free to peruse each of the honorees in our handy Best Summer Blockbusters photo gallery. Starting tomorrow, we’ll hand the reins over to you in our Ranker Tool, which will allow you to make your own version of the list.
But considering that one of the best things about summer movies is their sheer excess — More laughs! More special effects! More shark shots, unless the mechanical beast is faulty and you’ve got to think of a Plan B! — we had a thought: Why not take characters from each film and smoosh them all together onto one glorious Frankenposter? READ FULL STORY
Rewatching all five seasons of Breaking Bad is a time-consuming project, we know. But it’s important to never forget Walter White’s journey, Gus’ glasses, Mike’s everything, Jesse’s good heart, Todd’s sociopathy, and pretty much everything that ever happened on that show.
And that’s why we’ve got good news! You can relive just about all the feelings you ever had when watching Breaking Bad in eight minutes with this recap of the entire series from French filmmaker Alexandre Gasulla. It will give you chills, and it might make you cry, but I promise that you will feel completely revived when you’re done. I can also promise that it will make you want to re-watch Breaking Bad in its entirety. Apparently some things just never go away.
Watch the tribute below: READ FULL STORY
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