Because online idiocy is free. My work cannot be.
Because why on Earth should a multibillion-dollar global corporation like Time Inc. have to pay its employees? That’s an unnecessary burden on a business.
Comic-Con audience got two trailers, but no one else can see them (yet). What could possibly be the benefit to withholding trailers like this?
Spoiler: It’s not really a spoiler. But it does involve a small stuffed monkey. Naturally.
I will leave you to interpret that yourself. Has there ever been a genre of “American art film”? If not, why not? If so, where has it gone?
Is there a “right” amount of time after someone famous has died for a biopic to be considered? Who should be the ones to decide this: the family? the public? the studios?
If you were worried that tweens watching Pretty Woman at slumber parties meant they were coming to the “it’s so awesome to be a whore” concept too late, you may put your fears to rest.
I don’t watch Jimmy Kimmel Live, but I’m wildly intrigued by the episode that aired last night (which I only just heard about this morning). When Kimmel’s studio lost partial power on Monday night, laying low cameras and the control room, he turned on his laptop, fired up his webcam, and, as Dave Itzkoff at … more…