Sorry To Bother You director Boots Riley on the genius of Armie Hammer

Loosely based on Boots Riley’s actual experiences working as a telemarketer, Sorry To Bother You follows the unemployed Cash (Lakeith Stanfield), who, after getting a job as a telemarketer, quickly climbs the corporate ladder upon learning the secret to success on the phone: using a “white voice.” Riley, who makes his…

Boots Riley and the cast of Sorry To Bother You on the joys of filming in Oakland

Loosely based on Boots Riley’s actual experiences working as telemarketer, Sorry To Bother You follows the unemployed Cash (Lakeith Stanfield), who, after getting a job as a telemarketer, quickly climbs the corporate ladder upon learning the secret to success on the phone: using a “white voice.” Riley, who spent the…

Steven Yeun goes from killing zombies to killing corporate assholes in the Mayhem trailer

Just because The Walking Dead’s Steven Yeun isn’t coming up with inventive new ways to murder zombies (sorry, “walkers”) doesn’t mean he’s not still busily kicking ass. In the trailer for Mayhem, the actor looks like he commits more acts of violence in 90 minutes than he did in six seasons.

The Walking Dead’s Steven Yeun gets a job as Conan O’Brien’s stand-in

[Note: Simply acknowledging that this article contains spoilers is probably in itself a spoiler, but if you don’t want to know about the thing that happened on the most recent episode of The Walking Dead and somehow still haven’t pieced it together, please close your eyes, forget you read this, and call for someone to…

Watch Conan O’Brien and Steven Yeun become late-night K-pop sensations

Conan O’Brien is quickly becoming as well known for his wanderlust as the ol’ string dance: He followed up last year’s momentous trip to Cuba with remote tapings in Armenia and Qatar (where he was joined by First Lady Michelle Obama). The Conan host recently traveled to Korea, where he hung out in the DMZ with The…

[REDACTED] has some thoughts about that bullshit Walking Dead pulled

[Massive spoilers abound in the below discussion of the season six episode of The Walking Dead, “Head’s Up,” so don’t read any further unless you’ve already seen it or don’t care about ruining the story for yourself, which, frankly, may not be the worst thing in the world in this particular case. Nonetheless, you’ve…