E. Oliver Whitney is a senior editor at ScreenCrush. When not talking Game of Thrones theories or waiting for the next Terrence Malick film, they* are probably having an SVU marathon. They were formerly an entertainment editor at The Huffington Post and have written for Variety, New York magazine, Indiewire, Moviefone, and Backstage. *E. Oliver Whitney uses gender-neutral pronouns they, them, theirs.
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‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Fires Showrunners After Allegations of Verbal Abuse, Alex Kurtzman …
‘Star Trek: Discovery’ is changing showrunners yet again now that its two bosses have been fired following allegations of verbal abuse.
‘American Horror Story’ Season 8 Will Officially Be That ‘Murder House’ ‘Coven’ Crossover
The next season of ‘American Horror Story’ will officially be a crossover between ‘Murder House’ and ‘Coven.’
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The Los Angeles D.A. is investigating a claim that Sylvester Stallone allegedly raped a woman in 1990.
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‘Rules Don’t Apply’ Review: Warren Beatty’s Strange, Uneven Howard Hughes Biopic
A Howard Hughes biopic by Warren Beatty sounds pretty interesting. Any portrayal of the eccentric recluse and his ventures into Hollywood are enough to pique my interest. But Rules Don’t Apply is hardly a biopic on the billionaire; instead Beatty’s first directorial effort since 19988…
Billy Bob Thornton Is Back in the Santa Suit in First Teaser for ‘Bad Santa 2′
Billy Bob Thornton‘s Willie Stokes is back in his Santa suit and ready to make your Christmas dreams come true, if someone would just wake up him first.
‘The Infiltrator’ Review: Bryan Cranston Breaks Good in Generic Drug Trade Drama
Bryan Cranston is back at it with the drug business in ‘The Infiltrator,’ but this time he’s breaking good.
‘The Secret Life of Pets’ Review: Dogs and Cats Talking Together, Mass Hysteria
There’s nothing new or marvel about cute cuddly talking animals; they’ve been the center of animated feature films since the earliest days of animation. But in ‘The Secret Life of Pets,’ the age old shtick still works.
Tom Hanks Lands a Plane in the Hudson River in First ‘Sully’ Trailer
If you’re looking to cast an actor as a humble, honorable American hero in your movie, Tom Hanks is your man. He’s the kind of good guy the whole family can get behind, and who will make your dad tear up at the movies. And now he’s playing that role again, this time in pilot…
The Queerness of Pee-wee Herman, From the Closet to Netflix’s ‘Big Holiday’
Pee-wee Herman has long existed in a queer space, though one only subliminally alluded to. Paul Reubens’ feminine boyish persona, oscillating between effeminate gay man and asexual man-child, has long played with ideas of gender expression that comment on an underlying queerness. From the dra…
Kate Winslet Wins Best Supporting Actress For ‘Steve Jobs’ at 2016 Golden Globes
Kate Winslet won Best Supporting Actress for Steve Jobs at the 2016 Golden Globe awards.