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Ah, James Comey. His six-day weekend began on Tuesday when he was fired by President Trump from his top post at the FBI, doing so in a way that Stephen Colbert can’t help but compare...

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Through some mix of magic and visual effects, King Arthur: Legend of the Sword‘s Excalibur can conjure up a neat little twister. Seemingly cornered by King Vortigern’s (Jude Law)...

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Now more than ever, the podcast universe is an expansive, eccentric, and exciting place. If you’ve finished listening to S-Town, it’s time to get ready for a summer season that’s...

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You’ve got to assume every movie-musical producer spends hours and hours agonizing about the best possible way to shoehorn a few new songs in among the classic numbers we all know and...

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Hell hath no fury like an ancient princess-mummy scorned. At least that’s what Tom Cruise figures out in the new trailer for the upcoming reboot of The Mummy, which finds Cruise and...

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Following the GOP’s inability to get the votes necessary to pass Paul Ryan’s President Trump-approved health-care legislation, Seth Meyers used Late Night’s “Closer Look” segment...

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British period dramas may be entertaining, but they simply don’t have good roles for people like Thandie Newton. In an interview with the Sunday Times Magazine, Newton, who now lives...

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As the golden age of television marches on, one thing becomes more and more obvious with every passing season: No matter the month, there’s always something great making its way to...

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If you’ve kept up with Chris Evans’s social-media imprint over the past few months, you know that the Captain America star has been unabashedly vocal about his political views, going...

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Ah, ancestors. You never know what you’re going to get when you start digging into your family history, do you? But at least you can seek solace in the fact that your ancestors probably...