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Bizarre, Unreleased Bill Murray Movie Hits YouTube
15 hours ago
Bill Murray appeared in two 1984 films: one, Ghostbusters, became an all-time classic; the other, Nothing Lasts Forever, was never released commercially (after being scrapped by MGM) and faded into cinematic obscurity. But as the A.V. Club notes (via Telegraph), the latter project has resurfaced on YouTube in its full 80-minute form.
A Short History of Bill Murray's Offscreen Antics
As If? Katy Perry Courts Idea of Starring in 'Clueless' Musical
17 hours ago
Katy Perry isn't above poking fun at her own pop diva persona to get a laugh – a fact she's demonstrated in various goofy music videos. And that talent could come in handy with another creative venue: The singer has expressed interest in playing lead valley girl Cher in a Broadway musical adaptation of the Nineties film comedy Clueless, Vulture reports.
100 Best Songs of 2013: Katy Perry, 'Roar'
'True Detective' Creator 'Halfway' Through Season 2 Scripts
21 hours ago
True Detective creator Nic Pizzolatto is halfway through scripting the second season of his philosophical mystery-crime series, and he's offered some intriguing details about the show's future direction in an interview with The Daily Beast.
5 Things We Learned From 'True Detective'
While Season One focused primarily on two unlikely detective partners – Marty Hart (Woody Harrelson) and "Rust" Cohle (Matthew McConaughey) – in Louisiana, the next installment will feature an all-new cast with "four central roles" (instead of the previously announced three) and will be set in California. Earlier this year, »
North Korea Files U.N. Complaint About Upcoming Comedy 'The Interview'
21 hours ago
A North Korean U.N. Ambassador was so disturbed by early impressions of the upcoming film comedy The Interview, he filed a complaint with the United Nations, reports The Hollywood Reporter (via Reuters). The film, out October 10th, co-stars Seth Rogen and James Franco as a pair of celebrity journalists coerced by the CIA into an assassination plot against North Korea's supreme leader, Kim Jong Un – but instead of laughing off the satirical plot, the ambassador called its implications an "act of war."
Dropbout Boogie: Seth Rogen and 13 Other Celebs »
7 Things We Learned From Boba Fett Actor's Reddit Ama
10 July 2014 12:05 PM, PDT
Jeremy Bulloch, the man behind the mask of Boba Fett, put a bounty on our hearts during a charming Ama on Reddit, where he touched on everything from his favorite moments on the Star Wars set to the cult of Boba Fett and the extra jet pack he would've added to the bounty hunter's already badass costume.
Star Wars Behind-the-Scenes Instagrams Reveal Chewbacca's Origin
Travers on New 'Planet of the Apes': Go for the Monkey Business
10 July 2014 9:25 AM, PDT
Those damn dirty apes are back on At the Movies this week, and while Peter Travers may have left his monkey suit on the subway, he's got plenty to say about the extraordinary Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.
Human See, Human Do: A Complete History of 'Planet of the Apes'
While the Planet of the Apes franchise has been beleaguered by awful sequels since the brilliant Charlton Heston-starring original premiered in 1968, Dawn proves to be a fitting follow-up to the surprisingly excellent 2011 prequel, Rise of the Planet of the Apes. »
Emmys 2014: 'Breaking Bad,' 'Game of Thrones,' 'Veep' Nominated
10 July 2014 5:43 AM, PDT
Breaking Bad, Game of Thrones and Veep are among the series that are nominated in multiple major categories, including Outstanding Drama Series and Outstanding Comedy Series, for the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards. Orange Is the New Black and True Detective also received multiple nominations, and the lead actors of the latter show – Woody Harrelson and Matthew McConaughey – are both up against one another in the Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series category. The award ceremony will be broadcast on NBC on August 25th at 8 p.m. Est.
The Best »
'F--k You': George R.R. Martin Responds to Complaints of Slow Writing
9 July 2014 1:45 PM, PDT
Author George R.R. Martin, who created the world of Game of Thrones in his Song of Ice and Fire series of books, has heard fans' complaints that he is taking too long with the saga's next installment, The Winds of Winter, and he has two words for them: "Fuck you."
Top 40 'Game of Thrones' Characters, Ranked
The 65-year-old writer delivered that message to Swiss newspaper Tages-Anzeiger, (via Uproxx), when a reporter brought up the issues of his age and health and the outside chance that something could happen »
Kris Kristofferson Meets Johnny Cash on 'Drunk History'
9 July 2014 9:40 AM, PDT
Kris Kristofferson was a struggling songwriter – and part-time janitor – when he first met Johnny Cash at a Nashville recording studio. And, like all starving artists, he used the opportunity to pitch the Man in Black some of his tunes.
Cash liked what he heard, but ultimately, never recorded any of Kristofferson's music...until one fateful helicopter ride changed everything.
Or at least that's the way Drunk History remembers it. And now, in this exclusive preview »
Stevie Nicks Joins 'The Voice' as Adam Levine's Advisor
9 July 2014 9:30 AM, PDT
Adam Levine's Voice team is getting some help from a "Gold Dust Woman": Stevie Nicks is set to assist the Maroon 5 frontman's team as a musical advisor for the NBC competition's seventh season, Extra reports. The show confirmed the news yesterday on Twitter, writing, "#TeamAdam it's time to welcome @StevieNicks to #TheVoice family!"
See Stevie Nicks' Life in Photos
David Letterman Jokingly Walks Off Stage During Joan Rivers Interview
9 July 2014 9:00 AM, PDT
Joan Rivers' latest national TV interview ended in another mid-segment walk-off – but at least this one was in jest. Days after storming out of a frustrating interview with CNN, the comedy legend got a taste of her own diva medicine on Tuesday night's episode of The Late Show With David Letterman, with the host exiting the stage in faux-disgust after Rivers cracked a joke about adult diapers.
The 50 Funniest People Now: Joan Rivers
The comedienne was on the show promoting her new book, Diary of a Mad Diva, but »
Hodor Is Sick of Being Asked if He's Sick of Saying 'Hodor'
7 July 2014 8:15 AM, PDT
Kristian Nairn has never needed to crunch his lines for Game of Thrones, as his character — simple-minded gentle giant Hodor — only says one word: "Hodor." In a fan Q&A held during Saturday's third-annual Oz Comic Con in Melbourne, Australia (spotted by The Guardian), the actor noted that he isn't sick of delivering his lone bit of dialogue, though he is sick of people asking him if he's sick of it.
Top 40 Game of Thrones Characters, Ranked
"This is what I always tell people, and it's 100% true: 10 times more people »
Kevin Smith Reports Back From 'Star Wars: Episode VII' Set Visit
7 July 2014 6:50 AM, PDT
Writer-director Kevin Smith lived out a nerdy childhood fantasy last week, visiting the London set of J.J. Abrams' Star Wars: Episode VII. (He even posted a teary-eyed Instagram selfie to prove how amazing the experience was.) As The Hollywood Reporter notes (via Slashfilm), Smith opened up about the visit during a recent Q&A at the Neuchatel International Film Festival in Switzerland, gushing about the old-school, "tactile" world Abrams has created.
Star Wars Spinoffs We Want to See
"So we go to the set, and they're actually shooting – and »
'Halt and Catch Fire' Recap: Rising Storm
6 July 2014 8:10 PM, PDT
"Your whole thing? It attracts people, but it won't keep them around. Authenticity is what inspires people. If you wanna lead people, you have to show them who you really are. Otherwise, you're just a thousand-dollar suit with nothing inside. No one gives a shit."—Cameron Howe
Well, never let it be said that Halt and Catch Fire is incapable of diagnosing its own illness.
Summer Cable Smackdown: Our Complete 2014 Watch List
In this little post-coitus-interruptus smackdown of her boss and fuck-buddy Joe MacMillan, Cameron Howe neatly summarizes the problem »
'The Leftovers' Recap: Indoctrination Nation
6 July 2014 8:05 PM, PDT
Stop Wasting Your Breath. When the Guilty Remnant, the cult (or movement, or whatever) at the center of The Leftovers, tried to troll the good people of Mapleton out of their Heroes Day complacency, that was the message etched across its members' signs. Sure, the venue was inappropriate, and the method a little too protest-theater for its own good. But it's advice The Leftovers itself would do well to heed.
Summer Cable Smackdown: Our Complete 2014 Watch List
After a haunting, subtle series premiere, tonight's episode – called "Penguin One, Us Zero »