The Simpsons brings back the writer of a classic episode, but the sequel is awfully Krusty

Well, no one can accuse The Simpsons of trampling all over one of its all-time best episodes. Actually, wait—I can, as the 24-seasons-removed “Kamp Krustier” finds a way to revisit the classic Simpsons episode “Kamp Krusty” without expanding on it, deconstructing it, or even making a memorable travesty of it. That…

Theory suggests Trump is actually adhering to an evil, alternative Constitution

Donald Trump became president in a shocking repudiation of American values—like the value that held that a person who boasted of sexual assault could not become president. Since taking the office, he has shown his disdain for not just those values but our basic laws. His ban on Muslims entering the United States…

Lizzy Caplan, Mary Elizabeth Winstead lead the shortlist for Deadpool 2

Mary Elizabeth Winstead received some bad news earlier this week when CBS canceled BrainDead, but she’s got quite the rebound in play—Collider reports that Winstead is on the shortlist to play Domino in Deadpool 2. But the 10 Cloverfield Lane actress has some stiff competition—she’s vying for the role alongside Lizzy…

Chicago, now you too can see Now You See Me 2 early and for free

We’re still not entirely sure if Now You See Me’s big twist ending actually made sense in the context of the movie that came before it. Either way, it’ll be interesting to see if its follow-up (disappointingly just subtitled The Second Act) attempts to pull a fast one on its audience again, or if it’ll double-down on…

Now You See Me 2 shares new trailer and clip, is just revealing all of its tricks

Lionsgate has said the magic words and released a new trailer for Now You See Me 2, which promises a showdown between The Four Horsemen and Daniel Radcliffe as a decidedly less powerful wizard—er, magician—that Thaddeus Bradley (Morgan Freeman) appears to have orchestrated despite being behind bars. As we learned in …

Emma Watson and Kiernan Shipka star in: 50 actors who should play siblings

It shouldn’t be surprising that, given the industry’s penchant for perfect faces and stunning figures, Hollywood would occasionally tap two actors for stardom that—gasp!—look fairly similar. It happens. Just ask Bryce Dallas Howard and Jessica Chastain. But what is shocking is that the movie moguls out there aren’t…