Like grits and potatoes, popcorn is best utilized as a vehicle upon which you can load as much butter and other garbage as your wheezing heart desires. Yeah, it’d be weird to eat a stick of butter like a banana, but melt it over popcorn and it’s fine. Normal, even! Which is why I am completely on board with the news…
Every year, the Library of Congress selects 25 movies to be added to the National Film Registry. These movies are chosen for their “cultural, historic and/or aesthetic importance” and I am happy to say that Titanic is FINALLY getting its due!!!
We’ve already gotten a little taste of what the film adaptation of Jeff VanderMeer’s 2014 book Annihilation with the film’s teaser, but now the full trailer is here. All I can say is, never has an old house covered in colorful flowers looked so terrifying!
In the trailer we get a fuller picture of the novel’s…
It’s awards season baby, which is the annual tradition of the Illuminati converging to award tiny gold trophies to beautiful famous people and their art.
The first 30 seconds of the Jurassic Park: Fallen Kingdom trailer had me convinced that a thick-necked Chris Pratt and freshly bang-ed Bryce Dallas Howard were going to give up this dino shit to fuck in that dive bar, but sadly, I was mistaken.
After a worldwide search Disney’s live action Mulan production has finally found their star. And if you thought that the title role would go to a white actress, have no fear! Your new Mulan is Chinese actress Liu Yifei, also known as Crystal Liu.
Before watching the movie The Divine Order I will admit that I had no idea that women in Switzerland did not win the right to vote until 1971. Nineteen seventy-fucking-one! It wasn’t until 1981 that Swiss voters even approved an equal rights amendment to the constitution. And, until 1985, women had to legally obtain…
Not long after their tense “no, no you don’t understand the film” promotional tour for their trainwreck movie mother!, couple Jennifer Lawrence and Darren Aronofsky split after a year of dating.
If there is one movie that really doesn’t hold up well in 2017, it might be What Women Want.
In September Jezebel reported on a culture of sexual harassment at the popular independent Los Angeles movie theater Cinefamily. After an independent investigation was conducted, the board of directors for the theater have now decided to permanently shut down the organization and dissolve the board.
Get Out, Jordan Peele’s directorial debut about race relations and the dangers of white women who drink milk, is many things: scathing commentary on interracial dating; a horror satire; occasionally funny. But is it funny enough to be a “comedy”?
The organization Women in Film is launching a hotline to help women and men in Hollywood report sexual harassment.
Last week, Kelly Faircloth and I sat in separate movie theaters hundreds of miles apart—Kelly in New York and me in Miami—for the sole purpose of watching Bad Moms Christmas. Kelly and I, the only two moms at Jezebel, decided that reviewing Bad Moms Christmas would make good content. In full disclosure: we came to…
Greta Gerwig’s directorial debut Lady Bird, the charming coming-of-age comedy starring Saoirse Ronan, broke box office records its opening weekend.
With Thor: Ragnarok hitting theaters November 3rd, Cate Blanchette’s Hela and Tessa Thompson’s Valkyrie join the ranks of woman action stars who need a little lift to throw down.
Most teenage characters are unbelievably precocious. Teens of the big (The Fault In Our Stars, Edge of Seventeen) and small screen (Riverdale, Awkward) today, in comedies especially made for and marketed to actual teenagers, are indebted to the Juno MacGuffs, Seth Cohens and Rory Gilmores of recent pop culture past.…
Francis Lee will assure you that he had no other gay movies in mind when conceiving God’s Own Country, the film about two male farmers in Yorkshire who fall in love—not even Brokeback Mountain, which it’s been widely (and affectionately) compared to. In fact, he says the sweeping, hetero-focused studio romances of…
Just when you thought music festivals were horrifying enough on their own, Girls Trip writer Tracy Oliver is helping to write the forthcoming horror movie, Survive the Night, a movie adaptation of the YA book of the same name which takes place at a music festival.
Renée Zellweger will strap on her dancing shoes, a wig, and a sequined caftan to star in Judy, a film about Judy Garland’s final concerts in London.
The premise of Bitch sounds bad but the trailer seems much, much better: a harried mother with a cheating husband and nightmarish children is so worn down by her family that she becomes a literal bitch—a female dog.