A 20-year case of the Mondays: What’s the legacy of Office Space?

It’s February 19, 1999, and plenty of moviegoers are missing Mike Judge’s workplace satire Office Space. Judge’s big-screen follow-up to Beavis And Butt-head Do America is based on his own experiences as a frustrated office worker and a partial adaptation of the animated shorts that were his first big break in…

#OscarsSoWhite creator April Reign is attending this year's Oscars

The road to this year’s Oscars has been long and nutty, with one insane decision followed by a dozen more controversies. Remember the Best Popular Film category? Remember the whole Kevin Hart hosting fiasco? Or when the Academy decided it didn’t give a fuck about editors and cinematographers before swiftly changing…

Amy Sedaris and Cole Escola talk the new season of At Home and Strangers With Candy

Amy Sedaris’ surrealist cooking/crafting/variety show At Home With Amy Sedaris returns to truTV tonight. Ahead of its premiere, we sat down with Sedaris and her co-star Cole Escola to talk about the new season of the show, bonding over Strangers With Candy, and their mutual admiration society.

Michael Jackson documentary Leaving Neverland gets first trailer ahead of March debut

Leaving Neverland reportedly left audiences “shellshocked” when it premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in January. HBO’s anticipated two-part documentary is built around interviews with James Safechuck and Wade Robson, two men who allege that they were molested by Michael Jackson at the ages of 10 and seven,…

Here's what's coming to Amazon Prime in March

March is a very “Tuesday” month, which sounds like something we’ve pointed out in one of these roundups before, but Amazon Prime certainly isn’t treating March of 2019 like a Tuesday. Not only is the streaming service getting the final season of its hit series Catastrophe, but it’s also getting another season of Tim…

One of Anime’s Biggest Voices Accused of Sexual Harassment

Last summer, voice actor Vic Mignogna went into a booth with a few others to record audio for a video game. At one point, Mignogna asked the client, who was overseeing the session, if she was okay with his performance. When she didn’t answer right away, he followed up with: “You know the old Latin—or is it Greek?…

Tomato, tomahto: The Childrens Hospital team will now serve as Netflix's Medical Police

Not every bygone series deserves a revival, what with some stories just having already reached their natural conclusions. But then there’s Adult Swim’s Childrens Hospital, which didn’t tell stories so much as it gutted the very fabric of TV storytelling. A show like that, we’d wager, could go on for just about…

The Competition looks inside one of the world’s most elite film schools

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The French film school La Fémis, which accepts only around 1 percent of applicants to its directing program, has a well-earned reputation as one of the most exclusive institutions of its kind. It promises world-class instruction and facilities to budding filmmakers, provided they speak near-fluent French and can pass…

Emma Thompson exits a movie, will not work with John Lasseter thank you very much

Ah, Hollywood. That place where powerful men can harass and abuse whomever they want free of consequences! Such has been the case recently for a handful of those accused of sexual abuse or misconduct, including John Lasseter, who was handed a brand-new gig heading up emerging studio Skydance Animation hardly six…

A child makes a magical forest friend in this Pilu Of The Woods exclusive

Grief is a complicated emotion, especially for young people who don’t have a frame of reference to help them process their feelings. In the wake of her mother’s death, a young girl named Willow struggles to connect with her sister and her classmates in Mai K. Nguyen’s new Oni Press graphic novel, Pilu Of The Woods.…

Somebody got Macaulay Culkin and Devon Sawa in the same room and the results were spectacular

Recovering child actors Macaulay Culkin and Devon Sawa have been feuding. Sorta. These two men, both of whom once occupied a rarified space in the pop culture consciousness, have spent the past year jokingly sniping at one another online, creating fake websites, and generally having a laugh. Recently, Vulture got…

Miracle Workers' Geraldine Viswanathan and Karan Soni on the tragic overuse of "miracle"

Based on his novel What in God’s Name, Simon Rich’s new show Miracle Workers follows a pair of low-level angels at Heaven, Inc. who, in order to prevent Earth’s destruction, have to help two humans fall in love. We recently spoke with stars Geraldine Viswanathan and Karan Soni about the show, and why people overuse…

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