Here, at last, is proof that Tom Hardy got a terrible Leonardo DiCaprio tattoo

Being famous doesn’t preclude you from making bad life decisions. That’s a lesson Tom Hardy learned the hard way when he bet his Revenant co-star Leonardo DiCaprio that he wouldn’t be nominated for Best Supporting Actor at that year’s Academy Awards. Apparently, DiCaprio had more faith in his co-star’s acting ability…

Outlander and Disney Minifigs: Here’s what’s on sale on Amazon today

In an effort to both serve our readers and help support The A.V. Club, we are going to post daily links to deals and interesting items that we find over on Amazon. If you use these links to click through and buy something—not just the thing you clicked—on Amazon, we will see a portion of that income. You don’t have to…

That bear wandering around Comic-Con? Yeah, that was Adam Savage

Adam Savage, erstwhile co-host of MythBusters and forever king of the nerds, lived up to his awesome surname at San Diego Comic-Con 2016. As his fans know, the famed model builder is also way, way into cosplay. In fact, it’s one of his annual traditions to do an “incognito walk” through the Comic-Con floor, mingling…

Spoil Me is here to ruin all movies by giving away the twist endings

Haven’t had time to sit through all two hours and 36 minutes of The Revenant? Don’t worry about it. Spoil Me, a highly specific movie database created by the French firm Buddyweb, is here to spill the beans about what happens at the end of that recent Oscar winner and lots of other movies as well. In this particular…

DiCaprio and Spotlight won the big Oscars, but Mad Max was the Academy Awards’ real winner

Leonardo DiCaprio finally got his Oscar, but—surprisingly—that wasn’t the only thing that happened at the Academy Awards. Long before DiCaprio enjoyed what was probably his happiest moment since the last time he absconded with the Russian ballet on one of his sex cruises, Chris Rock took the stage to make the first of…

The Revenant and Mad Max: Fury Road pick up even more awards at the BAFTAs

The BAFTA awards, wedged as they are between the Super Bowl and the Oscars, could probably be forgiven for lacking the spectacle or pomp and circumstance of those events. And Sunday night’s ceremony, aside from host Stephen Fry’s regrettable remarks about one of the winners, was indeed a tasteful affair which offered…

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