During his Saturday Comic-Con panel, writer and actor Max Landis announced that he is composing a script for a Warner Brothers full-length feature on Pepe Le Pew. Pepe, if your memory fails you, is the amorous French skunk from Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies who never learned the word “consent.”
Sherlock doesn’t return to PBS until 2017—sigh—but we’ve finally been blessed with our first teaser trailer for its fourth season. And judging from these 90 seconds, the outlook is bleak.
Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz has announced that she’ll resign from her post following the end of the party’s convention this week.
A 21-year-old refugee from Syria has been arrested in Germany after using a machete to kill one woman and injure two others.
When I die, I want to spend eternity watching Peter Dinklage decked out in full Game of Thrones regalia struggling to say the word “benevolent.” Incidentally, my definition of heaven is probably also poor Dinklage’s hell.
Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz will not have a significant speaking role at the party’s convention or preside over it, CNN reports.
Straight out of Comic-Con, studio execs announced on Saturday that Brie Larson will play Captain Marvel, making her the first woman to play a title character in the Marvel universe.
Where to even begin? Lindsay Lohan went on a little social media spree on Saturday night, accusing her Russian millionaire fiancé Egor Tarabasov of cheating on her with a “hooker.” Also, she might be pregnant? Let’s snap on the surgical gloves and dissect this thing.
This is a biased assessment, because Gal Gadot has maintained a death grip on my heart ever since she first appeared as Gisele in the Fast & Furious. But setting that aside: This new trailer for Wonder Woman totally slays.
Roger Ailes may have departed Fox News—along with a $40 million paycheck for the next several years—but it felt overly optimistic to assume that the culture of harassment apparently woven into the network’s fabric would be out the door with him. And indeed, an investigation by the New York Times has proven that fear…
For a minute there, it looked as though Leslie Van Houten, one of the Manson Family’s most involved members, was actually on the road to escaping the life sentence she was serving for the murder of Leno and Rosemary LaBianca back in 1969. That road, however, hit a block on Friday thanks to California Governor Jerry…
The 100 meter hurdles world record of 12.21 seconds stood for 28 years until being smashed yesterday in London by American runner Kendra Harrison—who didn’t learn until about a minute after the race that she’d broken one of track & field’s most impenetrable barriers.
My Little Pony: The Movie will be released in October 2017, and Sia the Faceless Pop Star has been cast as the pony Songbird Serenade. You can tell it’s Sia because her face is obscured by voluminous, bi-colored bangs and because her bow is big enough to act as a flotation device in the event of a Smooze onslaught.
On Sunday night, Kim Kardashian electrified the internet by revealing that Taylor Swift did, in fact, verbally approve the use of her name in Kanye West’s “Famous.” Five days of self-imposed house arrest later, Swift finally crept from her L.A. mansion for a little trip to the gym: