Tell us a food you can’t eat anymore—and the horrifying story behind it

Maybe’s it’s the meal you were eating when your high-school sweetheart dumped you. Or the snack you overindulged on at a slumber party. Or a dish you now associate with a really scary movie you were watching at the time. But for whatever reason, you just haven’t been able to stomach this particular foodstuff since. We…

Is Daenerys a “Mad Queen”? How much death is coming? And more burning Game Of Thrones questions

We learned a lot from Game Of Thrones’ “A Knight Of The Seven Kingdoms,” like how Jon Snow is absolutely exhausting, Pod adds singing to his list of skills, and a girl has no time to waste on foreplay. But the episode raised plenty of questions, too, and in this Mailbag Of Thrones we’re answering yours about…

Charlize Theron and Seth Rogen on bringing the chemistry—and Lil Yachty—to Long Shot

Jonathan Levine’s new comedy Long Shot follows unemployed journalist and speechwriter Fred Flarsky (Seth Rogen) as he reconnects with his childhood crush Charlotte Field (Charlize Theron), who just so happens to be the Secretary Of State. Ahead of Long Shot’s release next week, we sat down with the cast and crew for a…

Bruce Springsteen returning to "character-driven songs" on new solo album

Bruce Springsteen may have recently become a Broadway star by putting on an incredible one-man show about his life and the process of creating some of his iconic songs, baring his soul in a way that had become rare for the iconic performer, but Springsteen is going back to the old way of doing things for his next…

Unfortunate chimpanzee discovers Instagram, wasting time on Instagram

Social media is supposed to be a uniquely human problem. It’s our own fault that we, as a species, have invented technology that allows us to be called “soy boys” by anonymous strangers or watch videos of dogs playing basketball at 3am. Well, it’s not just ours anymore: the chimpanzees have discovered Instagram and,…

No need to save Bandit: The Office will remain on Netflix until 2021 "at least"

The annual scare surrounding the fate of The Office’s tenure on Netflix arrived this week, courtesy of The Wall Street Journal. According to an article published on Wednesday, NBCUniversal currently working on a new streaming service (at this point, who isn’t) and already has eyes on reclaiming the workplace comedy…

Frankie Faison on bonding with Hannibal Lecter and struggling with the success of Coming To America

The actor: Frankie Faison got his start in the theater, and he still returns to the stage whenever the opportunity presents itself, but he’s best known for his work in film and television, having carved out a formidable career over the past several decades as both a dependable character actor and leading man. Although…

Yodelin’ Walmart boy cuts loose, crowd-surfs on an inflatable horse

It’s been a little while since we’ve had a reason to report on Mason Ramsey, the boot-tappin,’ warblin’ wunderkind better known as Yodelin’ Walmart Boy. Since he first rocketed to mega-stardom by conquering the aisles of America’s favorite discount superstore—the first box to check on any up-and-comers’ career…

Save 30% On The Cole Haan Shoes You've Been Eyeing During Their Semi-Annual Sale

Cole Haan is definitely a brand that can make you think twice on account of the price. So when they kick off a semi-annual sale, it’s the perfect time to act. Every full priced item they sell is 30% off, including a few of our favorites: 2.ZERØGRANDs, the sweater-like ZERØGRANDs with Stitchlite wool, the versatile All…

Pawny is already stealing scenes in the latest Men In Black: International trailer

If the first Men In Black: International trailer aimed to preserve some of the madcap action of the original, the latest, Missy Elliott-backed trailer does its job securing the comedy. With the addition of the snarky/seemingly loyal alien sidekick Pawny voiced by Kumail Nanjiani, this go-round looks just as fun as our…

Bond 25 cast, plot synopsis revealed as Cary Fukunaga begins production in Jamaica

The rumors are true: Bohemian Rhapsody’s Rami Malek will play the villain opposite Daniel Craig in the 25th installment of the James Bond franchise, which will be helmed by True Detective and Maniac visionary Cary Fukunaga. The news was announced this morning outside the Goldeneye villa that once served as the home of

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