3 items from 2016
A new advertisement campaign for the Snickers brand has come online, and, following on from the likes of Rowan Atkinson and Joan Collins, this one sees Willem Dafoe playing none other than Marilyn Monroe in her most famous scene from The Seven Year Itch.
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- Paul Heath
Chelsea Handler gets serious(ish) in her new documentary series on Neflix while the BBC’s most contentious content is now available on its online store
Comedian Chelsea Handler has a busy 2016 planned. Later in the year she debuts a late night-style talkshow on Netflix (a curious platform for the genre). Before that comes this loose documentary series that sees Handler tackle a hefty topic each episode, from racism to technology. Obviously this isn’t The Cook Report; Handler’s angle is irreverent rather than searching, and her guests include Khloé Kardashian and American Pie’s Jason Biggs, but there are also some more serious figures featured, including the Reverend Al Sharpton and former president of Israel Shimon Peres.
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- Gwilym Mumford
If you're among those who think that real life is sorely lacking for pie fights... Happy National Pie Day! While the actual-ish holiday, sponsored by the American Pie Council since 1986, is ostensibly an occasion to pay tribute to the pastry miracle that occurs when crust meets filling and indulge to your heart's content, there's also something to be said for the result of a pie's other culturally significant purpose through the years. From the days of Laurel and Hardy and The Three Stooges, to George Romero's original Dawn of the Dead (has anyone on The Walking Dead tried fighting back with pie yet?), to Jason Biggs turning the tables and assaulting a defenseless pie, there's a »
3 items from 2016
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