Well, here we are again. Game of Thrones is no stranger to controversial depictions of sex, and increasingly prone to scenes of deplorable rape with reckless abandon, and last night's "Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken" proved no different. Unsurprisingly, creator George R.R. Martin, producers and cast have now come forth with their own assessment of the latest outrage.
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Though J.J. Abrams’ Star Trek was the 11th film in the franchise, it was actually the first ever Star Trek movie to win an Oscar. At the 2010 movie, the film took home the trophy for Best Makeup, beating Il Divo and The Young Victoria. That’s just one of the facts packed into the latest episode of You Think You Know Movies, which focuses on the new Star Trek!
AMC’s Fear the Walking Dead companion series will restart the zombie apocalypse in a few months’ time, but may not resemble the blood-spurting thriller we’re used to. New comments from its showrunner Dave Erickson and creator Robert Kirkman suggest that Fear the Walking Dead will traffic much more in family drama, scaling back the walkers to look more freshly human as well.
Late last week Hannibal Season 3 served up an appetizer of its June 4 premiere by way of a tantalizing new synopsis, and before main course arrives, NBC has yet another offering. See who’s coming to dinner in the first official photos from Hannibal Season 3 premiere “Antipasto”!
Ever since Suicide Squad started filming on the streets of Toronto, set videos have been arriving on a daily basis, showing off virtually every member of the film’s ensemble cast in costume. Now, we can add Jared Leto’s Joker to the list. Footage of what appears to be a key flashback featuring the Clown Prince of Crime and Margot Robbie’s Harley Quinn has arrived online and it features a few details that will be of interest to the DC Comics-initiated.
At long last, Don Draper and his fellow Mad Men have brought AMC's touchstone drama to a close. Tonight's series finale brought plenty of change, heartbreak and death, but how did the former folk of Sterling-Cooper close out the series? Learn every Mad Men fate by our full review of tonight's series finale "Person to Person"!
Every week, SNL ends up having to cut a sketch or two for time — these segments are released online as “digital exclusives.” Sometimes, those segments are better than anything else that aired, like this short that was cut from the Season 40 finale, featuring Louis C.K. and Kyle Mooney’s pitiful fictional comedian Bruce Chandling.
SNL frequently struggles with its opening monologues and the past few seasons have seen the show retreat to the same well on multiple occasions. That well usually involves the guest host breaking into song, which used to be funny until it became the go-to template for episodes where no one in the writer’s room could come up with a halfway decent idea. That’s why the season finale was right to just let guest host Louis C.K. perform 10 minutes of stand-up. It’s not just funny — it actually allows him to get the show warmed up by reminding us why we like this guy (and why he’s worthy of hosting SNL) in the first place.
The latest Jurassic World sneak peek might be the best and wackiest one yet — we’re definitely getting a sense that the sequel is going to crank things up to 11 on the ridiculous meter, and while it remains to be seen if that’s a good thing or a bad thing (I’m optimistic), we can probably all agree that an image of Indominus Rex running from an explosion puts anything Michael Bay’s ever done to shame.
The Flash had enough timey-wimey troubles before The CW confirmed Barry’s Legends of Tomorrow involvement, but the whole DC TV universe may be in a “Flashpoint” crisis after next week’s finale. Find out if Barry is “Fast Enough” in a new trailer and photos, and see if a major Legends of Tomorrow easter egg holds a clue!