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The A.V. Club - TVJul 17, 2018
"Fred" Mercury takes the stage in the full-length trailer for Bohemian Rhapsody
The teaser trailer for Bryan Singer and Rami Malek's famously troubled Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody was all foot stomping and roaring crowds, but the full-length trailer for the film—released this morning by Fox Searchlight—gives Malek the chance to prove that not only can he look a whole hell of a lot like Freddie…

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Movies.com Movie NewsJul 17, 2018
New 'Robin Hood' Trailer Introduces a Thief in Training; Here's Everything We Know
  Update: The first trailer for Robin Hood presented a fresh new vision of the venerable character, played this time by Taron Egerton (above). A new trailer introduces him as a thief in training. Apparently, he has been recruited to steal from the rich and give to the poor, but first he needs to develop the skills needed, which Little John (Jamie Foxx) gladly provides. After the training period is completed, Robin Hood becomes more daring and even more successful, prompting a wave of rage on the part of the Sheriff of Nottingham (Ben Mendelsohn). Eve Hewson and Jamie Dornan also star. Watch the new trailer below. (Read our previously-published posts below to see everything we know about the film, due in theaters on November 21.)   Update: The first...
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AV Club FilmsJul 17, 2018
Netflix swears everything is fine, even as its stock drops
Recently, Netflix has adopted an approach to producing original content that involves making as many things as possible and releasing them all at once, resulting in a flood of movies, TV shows, and stand-up specials that can be pretty hard to keep up with—especially when every episode of Friends is just right there.…

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The A.V. Club - MusicJul 17, 2018
It's Rumor Time: Is Walmart planning to make its own Netflix competitor?
Today in terrible ideas, a site called The Information (via Variety) is claiming that Walmart is developing its very own subscription-based streaming service like Netflix. The Information's anonymous sources say that Walmart is considering launching this thing at $8 per month, with an additional ad-supported model…

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The A.V. Club - FilmJul 17, 2018
YouTuber DaddyOFive is back, pulling more "pranks" that look a lot like child abuse
Last year, a YouTuber named Mike Martin who posted on a channel called DaddyOFive came under fire when viewers began to point out that the wacky "pranks" he and his wife played on their kids were definitely child abuse. The Martins had amassed nearly 800,000 subscribers with videos about screaming at their kids,…

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The A.V. Club - MusicJul 17, 2018
The 25 essential baby books every nursery should have
Our A.V. Club Field Guide To Parenting is designed to guide you toward the best kids' books, shows, movies, and music, just like we do with The A.V. Club for adults. Every month or so, we will feature a new subject with a few essential pop culture takes parents should know, saving you from the mountains of kids' dreck…

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The A.V. Club - MusicJul 17, 2018
Study shows male critics are more likely to bash films from female directors
For many years now, Dr. Martha Lauzen and San Diego State University's Center for the Study of Women in Television and Film have been a reliable source for sobering statistics on the industry's treatment of women, both in front of, and behind, the camera. The Center issues annual reports on female representation in…

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AV Club FilmsJul 17, 2018
The director of The Queen Of Versailles takes a shallow look at materialism in Generation Wealth
The photographer Lauren Greenfield, whose documentary The Queen Of Versailles profiled a mega-rich Florida family and their unfinished 85,000 square foot house, offers a career survey in Generation Wealth, revisiting her earlier books, photo assignments, and short docs in a purported overview of our global culture of…

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AV Club FilmsJul 17, 2018
This 200GB MicroSD Card Was Already Cheap For Prime Day, and Just Got Even Cheaper
You might have seen this 200GB microSD card as part of Amazon's SanDisk Prime Day savings, but it bears a special callout now, because it just got a couple bucks cheaper than it was yesterday, which was already an all-time low price. $44 is an absurdly good price for a Switch-compatible memory card with this much…

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TV by the NumbersJul 17, 2018
Monday cable ratings: Home Run Derby leads, ‘Street Outlaws' ticks up
ESPN led the Monday cable ratings this week with its…

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The A.V. Club - FilmJul 17, 2018
R.I.P. Anthony Filosa, Nathan For You's retired judge
As reported by Vulture, former California state judge Anthony Filosa—best known as the surprisingly cooperative legal consultant on Comedy Central's Nathan For You—has died. Filosa appeared on Nathan four times, warning host Nathan Fielder about times he had broken the law or was about to break the law, and on one…

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TV by the NumbersJul 17, 2018
Sunday cable ratings: ‘Pose' stays steady, ‘Sharp Objects' slips
After taking a noticeable hit the week before, "Power" has…

VultureJul 17, 2018
Robin Williams Literally Changed the Way Sitcoms Are Shot and Other Things We Learned in HBO's New Documentary

Robin Williams has been gone for four years now, bringing to an end not just a spectacular life but a remarkable career as an electric comic performer, sitcom star, and Oscar-winning actor. Tonight, HBO premieres Marina Zenovich's thoughtful and poignant documentary Robin Williams: Come Inside My Mind. It culls tons ... More »


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The A.V. Club - MusicJul 17, 2018
People won't stop giving Armie Hammer peaches (hopefully unfucked)
2017 Oscar-winner Call Me By Your Name is a touching, rapturous, bittersweet story about love, acceptance, and loneliness. It's also a movie where a guy fucks a peach, an irresistible talking point both for puerile minds, and for those who have adopted that moment of harvested intimacy as a symbol of secret connection…

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The A.V. Club - MusicJul 17, 2018
Netflix releases some stylish teaser images from its new She-Ra cartoon
Welcome to Development Hell, the fiery pit into which we fling recent developments in casting, distribution, and everything else that's new and mildly interesting in the Boschian phantasmagoria of the entertainment industry.

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The A.V. Club - MusicJul 17, 2018
Before winning the top prize at Cannes, Hirokazu Koreeda bungled the case of The Third Murder
The first and second murders in The Third Murder take place some 30 years before the movie begins, and are never shown on screen, even in flashback. No need to wait around for number three, though. Just a few seconds into the very first shot, a middle-aged man named Misumi (Kôji Yakusho), who's walking with another…

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The A.V. Club - MusicJul 17, 2018
Papa John's founder now claims extortion, calls his resignation "a mistake"
Much as Papa John's corporate wishes founder and former chairman John Schnatter would just go gently into that good night, he adamantly will not. Yes, this already-batshit story is now even crazier: So last week, the embattled face of the pizza franchise resigned after reports emerged that he used a racial slur in a…

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NYTimes ArtsJul 17, 2018
Fiction: Lauren Groff Reveals the Stormy Side of the Sunshine State
In her new story collection, "Florida," the author of "Fates and Furies" constructs a wild, reptile-ridden landscape of fathers, sons and mothers who are all somehow adrift.

AV Club FilmsJul 17, 2018
Celebrate World Emoji Day with some terrifying tweets by the U.S. government
The lights are dimmed, the annual viewing of The Emoji Movie has just ended, and the children are getting ready to lay their spherical, eggy yellow heads down to dream of "Wrapped Present" and "Party Popper." That's right: it's the best day of the year. It's World Emoji Day.

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The A.V. Club - MusicJul 17, 2018
The Bold Type bites off exactly as much as it can chew with "Betsy"
The Bold Type knows itself. It knows its audience, its tone, its format, its strength and weaknesses. It knows what it can pull off, and what it can't. It knows how messy it can get without overtaxing itself. In that way, "Betsy" is essentially the baby-bear-porridge of Very Special Episodes. It's doesn't overreach.…

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VultureJul 17, 2018
Gun Advocate Wrote a 1,400-Word Recap About Getting Duped by Sacha Baron Cohen

One of the most humiliating segments from the premiere episode of Sacha Baron Cohen's series Who Is America? came courtesy of gun-rights activist and president of the Virginia Citizens Defense League, Philip Van Cleave. He appeared alongside Baron Cohen's Israeli character Erran Morad in the Kinder-Guardians ad that promoted arming ... More »


VultureJul 17, 2018
Tom Cruise Learns How to Do Finger Hearts

The No. 1 thing you should do when you travel to a foreign country is learn how to say hello. If you're a Western celebrity promoting your movie in Korea, you must learn how to do the finger heart. Please don't embarrass yourself and go on the red carpet doing ... More »


The A.V. Club - MusicJul 17, 2018
"Fred" Mercury takes the stage in the full-length trailer for Bohemian Rhapsody
The teaser trailer for Bryan Singer and Rami Malek's famously troubled Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody was all foot stomping and roaring crowds, but the full-length trailer for the film—released this morning by Fox Searchlight—gives Malek the chance to prove that not only can he look a whole hell of a lot like Freddie…

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VultureJul 17, 2018
Who Is America? Debuts to Modest Ratings at Showtime

An avalanche of free publicity didn't do much to boost the linear ratings for Sacha Baron Cohen's new Showtime series Who Is America?. Nielsen estimates the same-day linear audience for Sunday's 10 p.m. premiere at 327,000 viewers, a little more than half the tune-in for lead-in The Affair (538,000 viewers) ... More »


VultureJul 17, 2018
All the People Sacha Baron Cohen Has Duped So Far

*This list was originally published on July 12, 2018. We will continue to update it as Sacha Baron Cohen's new show, Who Is America?, continues to air. Sacha Baron Cohen's new Showtime comedy Who Is America? debuted to the best kind of press possible: people, especially Twitter-happy conservatives, revealing they ... More »


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Reuters EntertainmentJul 17, 2018
China big-budget fantasy epic pulled after box office flop
A Chinese blockbuster hopeful backed by Alibaba Pictures Group and with a reported budget of over $100 million, was abruptly pulled from cinemas after a lackluster opening weekend at the box office.

The A.V. Club - MusicJul 17, 2018
Live Long, and Save On These Star Trek Box Sets
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AV Club FilmsJul 16, 2018
Come Inside My Mind is an inviting, uneven look at the unseen Robin Williams
It's 1978, and Robin Williams is one month into his Mork & Mindy tenure and most of the way through his episode of HBO's On Location. His set has been a ferocious demonstration of the quick wit and willingness to go for a laugh that, in the brief time he's been in Los Angeles, have already caught the eye of George…

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The A.V. Club - MusicJul 16, 2018
Keanu Reeves isn't sure Bill & Ted 3 will happen
Strange things might not be afoot at the Circle-K after all—despite recent reports that a third entry in the Bill & Ted franchise was finally and truly in the works, Ted "Theodore" Logan himself is now harshing our buzz. While promoting his new romantic crime drama, Siberia, Keanu Reeves told Yahoo! Entertainment that …

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Reuters EntertainmentJul 16, 2018
China big-budget movie pulled after box office flop
A Chinese blockbuster hopeful, backed by Alibaba Pictures Group and with a reported budget of over $100 million, has been abruptly pulled from cinemas in the country after sinking on its opening weekend at the box office.

VultureJul 16, 2018
Real Housewives of Orange County Premiere Recap: Ropes and Dopes

How great is it to be back in the corrosive, never-ending sunshine of Orange County, reunited with the whole gang? Last season was a deadly slog, with Tamra and Shannon at Vicki and Kelly' throats, Meghan King Edmonds PI checked out on child care duty, and that other lady with ... More »


AV Club FilmsJul 16, 2018
Showtime denies Sacha Baron Cohen posed as disabled veteran to trick Sarah Palin
A lot of right-wing political figures have been falling over each other to reveal that they got tricked into doing interviews for Sacha Baron Cohen's new Showtime series Who Is America?, as if supporting Trump just makes people really proud to admit how easily they can get conned, but Sarah Palin was one of the first…

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AV Club FilmsJul 16, 2018
Here's why the Mission: Impossible films are so great, besides Tom Cruise running
Mission: Impossible—Fallout hits theaters on July 27th, with the promise of even more insane Tom Cruise stunts and maybe some weird stuff with Henry Cavill's beard. To prepare for the release of Fallout, YouTube film essayist Patrick Willems takes a long look at the Mission: Impossible series,…

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AV Club FilmsJul 16, 2018
Weekend Box Office: The Rock misses that big jump after all
Sometimes it feels like Hollywood is just one giant recycling center: In goes the existing intellectual property, out come the sequels, remakes, reboots, and adaptations. So it's a little sad when a movie not based on something people already love flops, if only because it could hurt the chances of execs investing…

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VultureJul 16, 2018
The Real Housewives of Potomac Recap: Essential Oils Abroad

I couldn't quite figure out what was happening or where we were emotionally this episode. Everyone was wearing black and white the entire time. Were there fights? What can you use essential oils for? A bunch of fights from previous episodes were discussed or reintroduced but nothing really happened. The ... More »

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