Jeremy Clarkson has found his post-punch project: Alongside fellow ex–Top Gear hosts James May and Richard Hammond, the irascible Clarkson has signed on to host a new automotive series on Amazon Prime, which will start streaming sometime next year. It's a savvy move, contractually: The non-compete ... See more »
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After the scene in which Lou shows the newsroom his Horror House footage, the broadcast director cuts to break on a Bird's Eye food commercial featuring wolves. The movie follows this theme of predatory animals in its depiction of Lou, and it's even ironic that the commercial ends with the slogan "Dinner is Complete", as the Horror House story is seen as Lou's big break into the world of Stringer journalism; and is therefore, arguably, equated with Lou satisfying his hunger for the moment.