Jonah Hill and Emma Stone aren’t the only maniacs Netflix is putting on display today. The gorgeous ladies of GLOW are psyching themselves up for Season 2 with a little Flashdance, now that Netflix has booked a June premiere.
Lest BoJack Horseman get scooped by WhatTimeIsItRightNow.com, Netflix is making another commitment to our favorite (recovering?) alcoholic horse. The critically-acclaimed animated satire will officially return for a fifth season, clingy execs reveal.
The Disaster Artist premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival last night (we’ll have a full review later), and while you won’t be able to see James Franco’s ode to mercurial filmmaker Tommy Wiseau until December, you can watch this great new trailer courtesy of A24. T…
BoJack Horseman is no stranger to disappearances, but disappearing from his own show is another matter. That cryptic Season 3 finale has given way to a BoJack Horseman Season 4 trailer almost entirely absent its title character.