Though you’re likely quite excited about Kristen Wiig being one of four female Ghostbusters in the upcoming Paul Feig… Read More
Idina Menzel (of Frozen, Glee, Broadway and of course John Travolta fame) has been cast as the lead in the upcoming sitcom, Happy Time, produced… Read More
During a recent appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Kanye West previewed the video for “Only One,” his stripped-down Paul McCartney collaboration… Read More
Lauren Graham, of Parenthood and, of course, the more historic show about parenthood, Gilmore Girls, has signed on to star in and co-write… Read More
I wish I could remember the first gay person I was aware of. My own realization didn’t start to form until I was a teenager, and as someone born in the early ‘80s, there weren’t many gay people on my radar in terms of movie and TV characters. Sure, as an adult I can look back at some of the movies I loved as a kid and see some fairly queer characters, although they’re mostly Disney villains. One doesn’t automatically relate to a fey, evil, slightly British tiger, after all.
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The television world moves so fast that by the time you learn of a show’s premiere, it could already be canceled. It’s hard to keep track of the constant stream of television news, so Flavorwire is here to provide a weekly roundup of the most exciting — and baffling — casting and development updates. This week, Meg Ryan joins How I Met Your Dad, Andy Samberg returns to Saturday Night Live, and Ellen DeGeneres gets a design show.
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A scandal has erupted in the wake of everyone realizing, via Twitter, that Ellen Degeneres is more powerful than the… Read More
While we’ve offered up our own Oscars commentary, from the most memorable water-cooler-conversation moments to a look at Matthew McConaughey’s bewildering acceptance speech, we’ve also spotted some excellent pieces elsewhere on the internet. After the jump, a brief collection of our favorite thought-provoking responses to this year’s Academy Awards.
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Seeing as how they clocked in at a back-breaking three hours and 34 minutes, you could be forgiven for checking out of the 86th Academy Awards ceremony early (or frankly, passing on it altogether—I mean, how about that episode of True Detective?). But don’t worry, we’ve got you covered; your Flavorwire sat through the whole damn thing, and put together the dozen moments that blew up the Twittersphere, burned down our Oscar parties, and will be on everyone’s tongues for a good, oh, 12 hours… Read More