E. Oliver Whitney is a senior editor at ScreenCrush. When not talking Game of Thrones theories or waiting for the next Terrence Malick film, Oliver is probably having an SVU marathon. Oliver was formerly an entertainment editor at Huff Post and has written for Variety, New York magazine, Indiewire, Moviefone, and Backstage.
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MoviePass Continues To Dominate as It Tops 2 Million Subscribers
In less than a month, MoviePass has earned over half a million subscribes alone.
Rian Johnson Is Developing a New ‘Star Wars’ Trilogy With Brand New Characters
Lucasfilm announced that ‘The Last Jedi’ director Rian Johnson will develop a new ‘Star Wars’ trilogy with characters we’ve never met before.
Charlie Sheen Accused of Raping Corey Haim When He Was 13 Years Old
In a new report, an actor accuses Charlie Sheen of sexually assault the late Corey Haim when the child star was 13 years old.
Harvey Weinstein Has Been Kicked Out of Motion Picture Academy
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has voted to expel Harvey Weinstein from the award organization.
Martin Scorsese Is Teaching an Online Filmmaking Class
Martin Scorsese is teaching an online filmmaking class that you can take for only $90 bucks – seriously.
‘American Horror Story: Cult’ Review: This Trump-Era Nightmare Might Be the Worst ‘AHS’ Season Yet
The fear factor of the past six seasons of American Horror Story has been predicated on a variety otherworldly scares. Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk have spooked us with ghost stories, aliens, witches, vampires, clowns, and beyond. Part of the uniqueness of the anthology series, and why watching a show as sadistic and gruesome as AHS can be so fun and addictive, is the gap between us and what happens on screen. Who doesn’t love hearing a good ghost story, so long it’s not happening to them? But in its seventh year, American Horror Story pivots from fables of supernatural nightmares to satirize the real-world political fears of Trump’s America, and it’s the series’ biggest mistake yet.
‘James Bond’ Star Roger Moore, Dies at 89
Acting legend and James Bond star Sir Roger Moore has died at the age of 89.
Watch Star Wars Celebration’s Beautiful Tribute to Carrie Fisher
Star Wars Celebration kicked off in Orlando this afternoon with a giant panel to honor the upcoming 40th anniversary of the beloved franchise. As exciting as it all was, including guest appearances by everyone from George Lucas to Mark Hamill and Harrison Ford, there was still a glimmer of sadness in the air as one member of the gang was absent this year. The loss of Carrie Fisher last December left a stain of melancholy across not only the Star Wars fanbase, but all of Hollywood. To celebrate the brilliance, charisma and warmth Fisher gave us throughout her lengthy career, and the iconic status of General Leia Organa, LucasFilm paid tribute to the actress in a beautiful video.
Warner Bros. Pushes Back ‘Aquaman’ Release Date To Christmas 2018
You’re going to have to hold your breath for a whole two extra months before Jason Momoa’s Aquaman makes his solo debut.
John Hurt, Oscar-Nominated Actor of ‘Alien’ and ‘The Elephant Man,’ Dies at Age 77
John Hurt, the British actor best known for Alien and The Elephant Man, has reportedly died at the age of 77, according to The Hollywood Reporter.