The pop-culture event keeps getting bigger, even as it feels smaller. Welcome to the Age of Content.
After helping completely reshape the box office as part of Disney's massive empire and bringing a decade-long story arc to a close, what's coming next for the Marvel Cinematic Universe? Here's what we'll probably hear about at this Saturday's big Comic-Con panel.
With the photorealistic remake of ‘The Lion King’ coming to theaters this week, we went back and made the case for the best songs that have ever been in a Mouse House animated film
How did the once-ubiquitous star of "Home Improvement" and "The Lion King" fade into oblivion? We investigated.
Nearly two decades in, the iconic reality show has introduced format-altering twists with varying success. But for the much-anticipated 40th season, the show has officially gone too far.
"Decades ago, anime may have been considered 'niche,' but now anime is at the forefront of so many important cultural events and conversations."
In a moment that could have been truly terrifying, Atsuko Okatsuka somehow kept the crowd laughing.
Viewed according to the logic of 21st-century fantasy culture, Disney doesn't just suddenly own all the properties. It owns all the mythologies.
The star of the new comedy "Stuber" talks prestige ambitions, WWE, "Guardians of the Galaxy" and more.
Mason Ramsey has a lot more staying power than we would have expected. Good for him.
Taylor Swift may be the highest-earning celebrity in 2019, but who are the highest- paid entertainers in sports, movies and comedy?
When it comes to some of the phrases we often associate with pirates these days, words such as "ahoy, matey" and "walk the plank," it's mostly more myth than historical accuracy.
Today, series are emerging from established voices that put traditional sketch comedy front and center. And while these new shows pay tribute to the old-fashioned format, they are also advancing the art form with welcome new perspectives and diverse commentary far beyond its archaic roots.
"Succession" season two premieres on HBO August 11.
"'Who really cares about the story, when the technology is so utterly astounding?' appears to be the film's mentality."
How does Pixar create a world that rivals our own?
"What is Winona Ryder's real name?" ends up being a remarkably tricky question.
Glover also chats with Jimmy Kimmel about being a piss poor RA in college, meeting Elton John and getting his first big paychecks and spending them on gushers.
The Texas-born actor was nominated for an Oscar, a Tony, and nine Emmys.
In their rush to match Netflix, competitors like HBO, Hulu and Amazon are ordering a slew of content — ushering out the age of "prestige TV" and ushering in an age of anything goes.
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