Drag Race’s The Bachelor parody is so good it should be its own show

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Drag Race comedy challenges rarely leave me begging for more, but “The Bitchelor” deserves to be a Burning Love-style series on WOW Presents Plus. This parody of The Bachelor assigns each drag queen a different dating show archetype and pairs them up to improvise scenes with Unreal’s Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman, and I…

By the power of Grayskull, David S. Goyer has dropped out of Masters Of The Universe

According to Variety, director David S. Goyer has rejected the power of Castle Grayskull and dropped out of Sony’s Masters Of The Universe movie because of “other commitments.” Goyer was first attached to the movie in November of last year after he turned in a draft of the script that Sony was apparently very happy…

Pessimists, rejoice: Facebook is finally testing out a downvote button

At long last, people will finally be able to express their negative opinions on Facebook: The Daily Beast reports that the social network is testing out the much-demanded option to add a “dislike” button to its raft of online responses. Certain users began seeing a “downvote” option on some comments earlier today,…

The Kinja Deals Guide to Discounted Valentine's Day Gifts [Updating]

Valentine’s Day gifts can take many shapes and forms, but no matter what you decide to get your significant other, you shouldn’t have to pay full price. We’ll be updating this post with our favorite gift-friendly deals from now until the big day, so keep checking back until you find that perfect something for that …

Disney's new streaming service will keep it clean and free of all that filthy R-rated content

Disney has always been meticulously careful to keep its squeaky-clean image intact when it comes to film releases; the studio has never put out an R-rated film itself, instead shunting all that adult content to various tributaries like Buena Vista or Touchstone (or Miramax, back before it sold the company off). Now,…

It's Rumor Time: Warner Bros. might want Michael Bay to direct a Lobo movie

Michael Bay is a guy who makes big and dumb action movies, and a lot of superhero films are big and dumb action movies, but he still hasn’t taken the plunge and embraced modern Hollywood’s love for men wearing capes. Back in 2016, he explained that he hasn’t done a superhero movie because he’s not interested in…

Action Man, the "British G.I. Joe," is  getting his own movie

Refusing to let America’s overachieving G.I. Joe hold all the big Hollywood action blockbuster money in his infamous kung-fu grip, Hasbro has announced that it’s giving the U.K.’s classic Action Man his own movie. The film, directed by The Muppets’ James Bobin, will be based on the British take on the classic soldier…

An experiment in stunt casting, The 15:17 To Paris is one of Clint Eastwood’s strangest films—and one of his worst

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A failed experiment in stunt casting, Clint Eastwood’s The 15:17 To Paris recreates the thwarted 2015 Thalys terror attack—in which a gunman attempted to open fire on a French high-speed train, striking a man in the neck before being disarmed and subdued by a group that included two vacationing American…

Here's nearly every major player in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, gathered for a class photo

Hard to believe it’s been almost 10 years since Robert Downey, Jr. first put on a metal suit and started punching people really hard, and the world went totally bananas for it. For longtime comics fans, it was a minor miracle. For Marvel, it was a chance to finally build that Scrooge McDuck swimming pool full of…

A Dildo Maker Has Finally Determined What The Shape of Water's Fish Dick Looks Like

The Shape of Water is the story of a star-crossed affair between a mute woman and a fish man god-creature, a film that all but dares us to imagine the convoluted mechanism by which the latter’s genitalia becomes external and, uh, able to do sex stuff with a human. It’s also nominated for Best Picture now. Go figure!

Elvis Costello, Chris Cornell, and more helped turn some Johnny Cash poems into songs

In 2016, Johnny Cash’s family released Forever Words, a collection of unpublished poetry that they found among his possessions after he died, and now they’ve teamed up with a number of musicians to try and reinterpret some of those poems—and other artifacts found in Cash’s papers—into proper songs. The artists involve…