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VultureOct 19, 2018
Making a Murderer Timeline: Everything That's Happened Since Season One

When Making a Murderer debuted on Netflix in December 2015, the world at large knew little or nothing about the murder of 25-year-old Wisconsin photographer Teresa Halbach. Within weeks, the people accused of killing her — Steven Avery and his nephew, Brendan Dassey — were the subject of worldwide discussion. ... More »

The Making a Murderer Filmmakers on How Steven Avery's New Lawyer Changes Everything (Time Entertainment)

AV Club FilmsOct 19, 2018
Save $5 On Anker's Mount-Anywhere PowerPort Cube
We've seen power cubes with more ports and outlets from other manufacturers, but Anker's take on the category has a few nice touches. While it leaves one side of the cube empty, it does come with adhesive pads that let you mount it on a wall or underneath a desk. It normally sells for $26, but you can get it for just…


New York Times BooksOct 19, 2018
Fiction: A Norwegian Novel Complicates the Canon of New Testament Fiction
Lars Petter Sveen's "Children of God," his first novel to be translated into English, presents a problematic portrayal of Jesus Christ.

Fiction: For the Young Couple in This Novel, the Stars Align, Then Explode (New York Times Books)

NYTimes ArtsOct 19, 2018
Inside the List: We Decided to Spend Some Time on Best-selling Novelists' Websites. Here's What We Found.
James Patterson offers movie reviews; John Sandford provides statistics on his use of profanities; Tana French promises readers something remarkable.

VultureOct 19, 2018
The Romanoffs Recap: Austrian Horror Story

Horror is a genre in conversation with itself — more so, perhaps, than any other genre, because the topic of conversation is always ultimately the same. Horror filmmakers study the things that frightened them, then reimagine, refine, and revise them, the better to unleash their own specific fears upon new ... More »

NYTimes ArtsOct 19, 2018
New in Paperback: ‘What Happened,' ‘A Good Country'
Six new paperbacks to check out this week.

Playbill NewsOct 19, 2018
Inside the Opening Night of The Lifespan of a Fact on Broadway
Daniel Radcliffe, Cherry Jones, and Bobby Cannavale star in the Leigh Silverman-helmed production at Studio 54.

VultureOct 19, 2018
Mike Birbiglia Brought Not One But Two of His Urologists to Jimmy Kimmel Live Last Night

Ahead of making his Broadway debut with his one-man show The New One next month, Mike Birbiglia stopped by last night's Jimmy Kimmel Live in Brooklyn to chat with Kimmel about everything from getting shit on by a bird on his way to the show to living in New York ... More »

Tom Holland unveils his new Spider-Man suit, is a walking spoiler on Jimmy Kimmel Live! (AV Club Films)
Phil Collins Shrugs Off Health Problems, Delivers the Hits as 'Not Dead Yet Tour' Visits Cleveland (Billboard Music News)

VultureOct 19, 2018
Jonah Hill's Mid90s Shows Promise, But Never Quite Makes an Impact

On the surface, aside from a brief shot of someone watching Goodfellas on a TV, there's nothing remotely Scorsesean about Jonah Hill's Los Angeles-set coming-of-age skater drama Mid90s. (Bear with me, I'm going somewhere with this.) The austere style, the oblique plotting, the understated performances — this isn't exactly Mean ... More »

From Lego Movie to Deadpool, "meta" comedy is everywhere (AV Club Films)

Time EntertainmentOct 19, 2018
The True Story Behind the Movie Can You Ever Forgive Me?
Here's what the movie gets right and what it doesn't

Yahoo! TVOct 19, 2018
'Making a Murderer Part 2' review: Netflix series is true crime over a long time
When it premiered in December 2015, Making a Murderer was a pop-culture hit for two reasons: It coincided with peak interest in the true-crime genre, and its presence on Netflix enabled interested viewers to binge deep into a story that had many sobering Easter eggs of information. It was the story of the 2005 murder of Teresa Halbach; two men who lived in Manitowoc County, Wis. — Steven Avery and his nephew Brendan Dassey — were arrested for the crime and convicted. ...

Yahoo! BooksOct 19, 2018
Afghanistan in shock after death of powerful police commander
U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said it was too soon to say if the death of Gen. Abdul Razeq, the police commander in southern Kandahar, would hurt voter turnout, but added that the U.S. military's mission was unaltered. "We need to find who's done this," Mattis told reporters traveling with him in the southeast Asian city-state of Singapore. "But right now, we are going toward the election and we will continue to defend the Afghan people." Razeq, a survivor of numerous previous attacks, was killed outside the governor's office in the southern province on Thursday, when a bodyguard opened fire on a group of officials as they left a meeting.

Metacritic Movie ReviewsOct 19, 2018
Can You Ever Forgive Me?
When bestselling celebrity biographer, Lee Israel, is no longer able to get published because she has fallen out of step with current tastes, she turns her art form to deception, abetted by her loyal friend, Jack.Rated: RRelease Date: Oct 19, 2018

VultureOct 19, 2018
Sunny Suljic Really, Really Loves His Mid90s Director Jonah Hill

Sunny Suljic will talk about Jonah Hill for as long as you'll let him. Suljic's Mid90s director is everything to him, and he speaks more effusively about Hill than the way Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga talk about each other, combined: "When I first met Jonah, he was really chill," ... More »

Billboard Music NewsOct 19, 2018
'It's Not Like We're Dead': The Fascinating Evolution & Non-Linear Maturation of Avril Lavigne, Motherf--king Princess
"Dude, you wanna crash the mall?" Avril Ramona Lavigne arrived in the early 2000s charts like she was strutting out of a Hot Topic,...

Billboard Music NewsOct 19, 2018
Bebe Rexha Gets Sassy With 'Im a Mess' Performance on 'Kimmel': Watch
Vocal powerhouse Bebe Rexha poured her heart out with a lively performance of "I'm a Mess" on Jimmy Kimmel...

Billboard Music NewsOct 19, 2018
Rev. Run's 'All About the Washingtons' Canceled at Netflix
As it turns out, Netflix isn't really all about the Washingtons. The streaming giant has opted to cancel the multicamera comedy All...

New York Times BooksOct 19, 2018
Children's Books: Standout New Picture Books
Sibling truces, outrageous wordplay, being a kid in Beijing and more in the latest delights for the smallest readers and listeners.

AV Club FilmsOct 19, 2018
Daredevil's stripped-down third season premiere tackles cataclysms and catechisms
Daredevil is a show built from familiar pieces assembled in unexpected ways. You see that most clearly in the show's conception of Matt Murdock. Given his guilt-ridden demeanor, obsession with vigilante violence, and dead-dad issues, Matt could easily feel like a Batman knockoff. Yet rather than…


VultureOct 19, 2018
Busy Philipps Is Frustrated Her James Franco Story Drew Attention From the Rest of Her Book

In Busy Philipps's memoir This Will Only Hurt a Little, she tells a story about being assaulted by James Franco on the set of Freaks of Geeks, where he grabbed her after she hit him in the chest for a scene, "screamed in my face, ‘DON'T EVER TOUCH ME AGAIN!'" ... More »

Roger Ebert Movie ReviewsOct 19, 2018
Villains Rule in the Third Season of Marvel's Daredevil
Gustav Moller's ingeniously lean thriller builds tension from little more than one police officer, two rooms and a frantic telephone call from a kidnapped woman.

NYTimes ArtsOct 19, 2018
A Sweaty Night Out in London's New Jazz Scene
A new generation of players is challenging the genre's stuffy reputation. Ezra Collective, a five-piece band, is one of the scene's breakout acts.

BBC Entertainment & ArtsOct 19, 2018
Halloween: Jamie Lee Curtis reboot gets mixed reviews
Most critics award the film two to four stars - arguing it's a good but predictable effort.

NYTimes ArtsOct 19, 2018
In Paris, the Art Scene Is Happening. London Had Better Look Out.
The FIAC contemporary art fair stands to benefit from uncertainty around Brexit and the return of visitors to Paris city after the 2015 terrorist attacks.

NYTimes ArtsOct 19, 2018
The Shortlist: The Latest in Jazz, the Genius of Jerome Robbins, and Bernhardt vs. Duse
Nate Chinen on "jazz for the new century"; Wendy Lesser's biography of a great choreographer; and the most entertaining theatrical rivalry ever.

NYTimes ArtsOct 19, 2018
Nonfiction: How the United States Achieved World Leadership
Derek Leebaert's "Grand Improvisation" tells a complicated story of post-World War II Europe with Washington often operating in a fog.

Yahoo! TVOct 19, 2018
Busy Philipps 'bummed' that James Franco story is stealing focus from her message
Busy Philipps is frustrated with how the media used her book to create 'clickbait.' Movie NewsOct 19, 2018
Today in Movie Culture: 'Ant-Man and the Wasp' Alternate Endings and VFX Breakdown and More
Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:   Alternate Ending of the Day: In honor of its home video release this week, here are some funny animated ideas for how Ant-Man and the Wasp should have ended:   VFX Breakdown of the Day: For Wired, Marvel Studios VP of visual effects Danielle Costa breaks down the design and digital effects of Ant-Man and the Wasp:   Movie Science of the Day: For Vulture, meteorologist Stephanie Abrams discusses the authenticity of weather in movies, including The Wizard of Oz and Mad Max: Fury Road:   Movie Comparison of the Day: Couch Tomato shows 24 reasons why Jason X is basically a remake of Alien: Resurrection:   Vintage Image of the Day: Jean-Claude...
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NYTimes ArtsOct 18, 2018
Critic's Pick: Review: A Three-Way Smackdown Over ‘The Lifespan of a Fact'
When a gassy essayist and a pesky researcher are forced together by a crusading editor you get a topical comedy with a lot to prove.

‘The Guilty' Review: First-Time Caller, Longtime Cop-vs.-Kidnapper Thriller (Rolling Stone Movie Reviews)

Time EntertainmentOct 18, 2018
Streaming Services' Best—and Worst—New Halloween Shows
As drugstore candy displays have been reminding us since August, Halloween is fast approaching-and, as always, TV is on it. Family sitcoms are going wild with topical costumes. The Food Network has draped itself in spun-sugar cobwebs. Freeform is wall-to-wall hocus pocus. But you needn't be privy to Netflix's closely guarded audience data to understand…

TV by the NumbersOct 18, 2018
Wednesday cable ratings: MLB playoffs dominate, ‘American Horror Story: Apocalypse' falls
TBS took the no. 1 spot in the Wednesday cable… Movie NewsOct 18, 2018
'The Curse of La Llorona' Trailer Introduces the Terrifying "Weeping Woman"; Here's Everything We Know
Between the Saw series, the Insidious movies and The Conjuring Universe, James Wan has become one of history's greatest horror franchise producers. Now he's shepherding another to theaters, if The Curse of La Llorona proves as successful as all his other brands. There's already been enough confidence in the upcoming feature for Wan to pluck its director for The Conjuring 3.  The first teaser trailer for La Llorona further promises something to look forward to, especially for fans of the Conjuring movies, the latest installment of which, The Nun, is going strong at the global box office to the tune of more than $350 million. Find out all you need to know about La Llorona and then check out the trailer down below.  Here's everything we know about The...
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AV Club FilmsOct 18, 2018
Sarah Paulson only had a week to prepare for directing the latest American Horror Story
This week, FX's American Horror Story: Apocalypse finally (finally) returned to Murder House, the setting of the show's solid first season, and American Horror Story staple Sarah Paulson made her directorial debut with the landmark episode. Variety talked to Paulson about what it was like to direct for the series, and…


Yahoo! BooksOct 18, 2018
Trump says without evidence that Dems are behind 'caravan'
MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) — President Donald Trump suggested without evidence Thursday that Democrats or their allies are supporting a "caravan" of Central American migrants who are traveling north aiming to enter the United States.

Trump praises U.S. congressman from Montana who body-slammed reporter (Yahoo! Books)

Playbill NewsOct 18, 2018
Read the Reviews for The Lifespan of a Fact on Broadway
The play about the world of fact-checking, starring Bobby Cannavale, Cherry Jones, and Daniel Radcliffe, opened October 18 at Studio 54.

TV by the NumbersOct 18, 2018
‘The Walking Dead' and ‘American Horror Story' lead the cable Live 7 ratings for Oct. 1-7
Unsurprisingly, the season 9 premiere of "The Walking Dead" had…

Playbill NewsOct 18, 2018
Christine Lahti Stars as Gloria Steinem in Off-Broadway's Gloria: A Life
Tony winner Diane Paulus directs Emily Mann's new play, which opens October 18.

Yahoo! BooksOct 18, 2018
Texas Mom Chases Son, Beats Him With Belt After He Takes Family's BMW and Goes on Joyride
Aaron Martinez, 14, was able to sneak out after disabling the home Wi-Fi.

VultureOct 18, 2018
Mark Ruffalo and Mark Ruffalo Will Play Twin Brothers in HBO's I Know This Much Is True

Finally, charming, handsome Hollywood heartthrob Mark Ruffalo will share the screen with a scene partner equal to his talents, also Mark Ruffalo. According to TVLine, Mark Ruffalo and Mark Ruffalo have signed on to star in an HBO mini-series adaptation of Wally Lamb's novel, I Know This Much Is True, ... More »

AV Club FilmsOct 18, 2018
Arya is "alone" for her last Game Of Thrones scene, so read into that what you will
Forget all of the vague comments about finality, we now have some real details about what's going to happen in one beloved Game Of Thrones character's final scene—though the details are, naturally, pretty vague. This is courtesy of The Guardian, which sat down with Maisie Williams to talk about her new role in a…


Maisie Williams Says Her Game of Thrones Journey Ended on the ‘Perfect Scene' (Time Entertainment)

Yahoo! BooksOct 18, 2018
Top Afghan police chief killed in shooting, U.S. general unhurt
General Scott Miller, the top U.S. commander in Afghanistan who had been at a meeting with Razeq and the governor of the southern province of Kandahar only moments earlier, was not injured in the attack. Kandahar Governor Zalmay Wesa was severely wounded and contradictory reports about whether he had survived could not immediately be resolved. Taliban militants claimed responsibility for the assault, which decapitated the security command in one of the country's most strategically important and contested provinces.

Yahoo! TVOct 18, 2018
Maisie Williams describes her last scene in 'Game of Thrones'
Game of Thrones: Maisie Williams describes her final scene

Yahoo! BooksOct 18, 2018
Dear Abby, Here's What It's Really Like To Have A 'Foreign' Name In America
It's tradition for Sikh parents to turn to the Guru Granth Sahib, our holy

Yahoo! BooksOct 18, 2018
'Active shooter' in Virginia puts major defence company building on lockdown
Police are investigating reports of reports of an "active shooter" at a defence company General Dynamics in Portsmouth, Virginia. The call was received earlier in the day fro a security guard on site and Portsmouth police have called for people to stay clear of the area. Police are investigating a report of an active shooter at 2 Harper Ave. Dispatch received the 911 call at 1146am.

VultureOct 18, 2018
Netflix Cancels All About the Washingtons After One Season

All About the Washingtons, the multi-camera comedy starring Joseph Simmons, had been cancelled by Netflix, according to Deadline. The show was originally produced for ABC, who passed on it, and it then received a ten-episode series order from Netflix. The decision not to renew it comes two months after the ... More »

NYTimes ArtsOct 18, 2018
Books News: Penguin Random House Merges Two of its Successful Publishing Lines
The merger comes at a moment when big publishing houses are still adapting to the shift toward online retail and marketing.

New York Times MoviesOct 18, 2018
Horror Movies by Women and More: Your Thursday Pop Culture Cheat Sheet
What you need to know from today's TV, music and movie news.

TV by the NumbersOct 18, 2018
Cancel Bear vs. CBS, week 3: ‘The Neighborhood' doesn't have anything to worry about yet
Here are CBS' renew/cancel standings for week 3 of the…

TV by the NumbersOct 18, 2018
Cancel Bear vs. ABC, week 3: The future is looking good for ‘Single Parents'
Here are ABC's renew/cancel standings for week 3 of the…

Cancel Bear vs. NBC, week 3: Things aren't looking good for ‘I Feel Bad' (TV by the Numbers)

Billboard Music NewsOct 18, 2018
Marshmello & Bastille's 'Happier' Hits No. 1 on Dance/Mix Show Airplay Chart
Marshmello notches his third No. 1 and Bastille boasts its first on Billboard's Dance/Mix Show Airplay chart (dated Oct. 20) with "Happier...

Ella Mai's 'Trip' Hits Top 10 on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs Chart (Billboard Music News)

AV Club FilmsOct 18, 2018
America, relive the Mid90s with Jonah Hill and A24 for free
We've enjoyed watching Jonah Hill's progression as an actor over the years, from a comedic bit player in The 40-Year-Old Virgin to an honest-to-goodness leading man. Now, Hill is embarking on a new venture: His directorial debut. That film, the coming-of-age tale/ode to ‘90s skater culture Mid90s, opens in select…


Playbill NewsOct 18, 2018
Mother of the Maid, Starring Glenn Close, Celebrates Opening Night Off-Broadway
The Public Theater celebrated the official opening of Jane Anderson's play about Joan of Arc, directed by Matthew Penn, October 17.

Rolling Stone Movie ReviewsOct 18, 2018
‘What They Had' Review: Tender Family Story Is No Disease-of-the-Week Melodrama
A-list cast turn story of elderly mother suffering from Alzheimer's into a touching, poignant story of the ties that bind

NYTimes ArtsOct 18, 2018
Review: In ‘Wildlife,' Passions Run Rampant
The film, directed by Paul Dano and starring Carey Mulligan and Jake Gyllenhaal, is a domestic drama both sad and terrifying.

NYTimes ArtsOct 18, 2018
Review: ‘The Guilty' Places a Troubled Police Officer on Hold
Gustav Moller's ingeniously lean thriller builds tension from little more than one police officer, two rooms and a frantic telephone call from a kidnapped woman.

Playbill NewsOct 18, 2018
Flip Through the Opening Night Playbill for Lifespan of a Fact on Broadway
The new play, directed by Leigh Silverman, opens October 18 at Studio 54.

Yahoo! BooksOct 18, 2018
Tears, confusion as Crimea mourns college shooting
The killer was identified by authorities as 18-year-old Vladislav Roslyakov, who reportedly legally bought the gun used to kill students and teachers before killing himself in the college library. Banners that read "Kerch, October 17 2018" and "We are crying" appeared on the memorial on Thursday morning. Students and teachers at the college were among the crowd of mourners.

VultureOct 18, 2018
Theater Review: Truthiness on Trial, in The Lifespan of a Fact

"There is such a thing as poetic, ecstatic truth. It is mysterious and elusive, and can be reached only through fabrication and imagination and stylization." —Werner Herzog"Look, Americans are their own fact-checkers. People know, they have their own facts and figures, in terms of meaning which facts and figures are ... More »

Yahoo! BooksOct 18, 2018
Trump says it looks like Saudi journalist Khashoggi is dead
In Istanbul, Turkish investigators for a second time searched the Saudi consulate where Khashoggi - a U.S. resident and Washington Post columnist who was a strong critic of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman - vanished on Oct. 2, seeking clues about an incident that has caused an international outcry. Trump acknowledged for the first time that Khashoggi had likely been killed. It's very sad," Trump told reporters before boarding Air Force One on a political trip.

Yahoo! TVOct 18, 2018
‘The Haunting of Hill House' is traumatizing Twitter users — in a good way
Netflix's new series is a slow burn, but the scares do come. Fans on Twitter say they're afraid to turn out the lights at night.

Yahoo! BooksOct 18, 2018
Putin blames fatal college attack in Crimea on localization
An armed 18-year-old student in the Black Sea port city of Kerch killed 20 people, most of them fellow pupils, and wounded dozens at his college on Wednesday, law enforcement officials said. The suspected attacker was found dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound after an attack that also saw a bomb set off in the college canteen. A second explosive device was found among the suspect's personal possessions.

Yahoo! ArtsOct 18, 2018
Melania Trump Look-Alike in Provocative T.I. Video Doesn't Think She Was 'Degrading' First Lady
Melanie Marden told Inside Edition in an exclusive interview that she didn't intend to offend first lady Melania Trump.

AV Club FilmsOct 18, 2018
What's old is new—and great—again in season 3 of Marvel's Daredevil
The third season of Marvel's Daredevil finds the series and its hero getting back to basics. New showrunner Erik Oleson (of Arrow and The Man In The High Castle) sends Matt Murdock, a.k.a The Devil Of Hell's Kitchen (Charlie Cox), back to the streets—and rooftops—of the city he's sworn to protect, trading the…


Rolling Stone Movie NewsOct 18, 2018
The Devil and Jamie Lee Curtis
As she reprises her role in 'Halloween,' the actress reflects on what Laurie Strode and Michael Myers mean today

USA Today: BooksOct 18, 2018
The 6 best celebrity anecdotes in Busy Philipps' book, from Lady Gaga to James Franco
In her new memoir, "This Will Only Hurt a Little," Busy Philipps breaks down interesting celebrity anecdotes, including Lady Gaga and James Franco.         

CNBC Media NewsOct 18, 2018
Inside Facebook's 'War Room,' where the company is fighting to stop election manipulation
Facebook's roughly 900-square-foot room, which it recently showed to journalists, is a visual representation of the company's commitment to dramatically improving communication and security ahead of the U.S. midterms.

TV by the NumbersOct 17, 2018
Tuesday cable ratings: ‘The Guest Book' returns down, ‘Mayans M.C.' stays steady
Live sports broadcasts continued to dominate the Tuesday cable ratings…

NYTimes ArtsOct 17, 2018
Critic's Pick: ‘Halloween' 1978: The Times Finally Reviews a Horror Classic
We didn't review "Halloween" in 1978 because of a newspaper strike. Forty years later, our critic takes a new look at John Carpenter's masterpiece.

NYTimes ArtsOct 17, 2018
‘Halloween' Review: Babysitters (and Jamie Lee Curtis) Beware!
David Gordon Green's sequel to the horror classic brings Michael Myers back for blood.

New York Times BooksOct 05, 2018
Fiction: Daniel Torday's New Novel Pits Young Against Old
In "Boomer1," the internet is the battleground for generational warfare.
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