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Buzzcocks singer Pete Shelley has died at the age of 63. The British punk band’s management told the BBC that Shelley died Thursday in Estonia where he was living. Shelley’s Buzzcocks bandmates have issued a statement on the group’s official site announcing “with great sadness that we...

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Charlie Cox wasn’t ready to say goodbye to Matt Murdock. For more than four years, the actor starred on Daredevil as the Catholic-guilt-ridden vigilante, and he helped pave the way for the launches of Netflix’s subsequent street-level Marvel series: Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Iron Fist, The...

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Maisie Williams has a request for the Game of Thrones showrunners. Appearing at the São Paulo Expo in Brazil for the Comic Con Experience, the actress has asked for the return of her sword. The exchange started when Williams was asked if she’s ever stolen anything from the set, and she...

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Melissa Benoist, Ruby Rose preview Supergirl and Batwoman's friendship in 'Elseworlds'

While Batman and Superman’s first live-action meeting was rather hostile in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, that won’t be the case when their super-cousins, Supergirl (Melissa Benoist) and Batwoman (Ruby Rose), get to know each other on the small-screen in this year’s Arrowverse crossover...

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Game of Thrones reveals new season 8 teaser video

Winter has come to Westeros — and so has fire. HBO revealed a new teaser video, above, for the final season of Game of Thrones at the São Paulo Expo in Brazil for the Comic Con Experience. The video shows the Painted Table at Dragonstone — the large carved wooden map of Westeros that...

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Vice director Adam McKay says Dick Cheney 'is coming for Mary Poppins' at Golden Globes

Former Vice President Dick Cheney notoriously avoids the spotlight, preferring to operate behind the scenes, so it might come as a surprise to him that a film reimagining his life story dominated the Golden Globe nominations Thursday. Vice, written and directed by Adam McKay and starring a nearly...

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Rami Malek wants to take members of Queen for a drink to celebrate Golden Globes nomination

The immense popularity of Bohemian Rhapsody has begun to carry over to awards season glory. When the Golden Globe nominations were announced on Thursday, the Queen biopic was named as a contender for Best Picture – Drama and Best Actor in a Drama, with Rami Malek being recognized for his...

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Glenn Close might celebrate Golden Globe nod crashing more apartments with Lady Gaga's mom

How will best actress nominee Glenn Close celebrate her 14th Golden Globe nod? Lock your doors, because the iconic actress might break into your apartment with category mate Lady Gaga‘s mom. “Oh my God, that was incredible. That was such a New York moment,” Close lightheartedly recalls to EW...

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Pooka clip introduces terrifying costume from Christmas episode of Hulu's Into the Dark

Pooka (out Dec. 7) is the latest installment of Hulu and Blumhouse Television’s Into the Dark series, a 12-part horror anthology show whose standalone episodes are each inspired by a different holiday. Directed by Nacho Vigalondo (Timecrimes, Colossal), this terror tale stars Nyasha Hatendi as...

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Edna from Incredibles 2 has some thoughts on Golden Globes fashion

Don’t expect any celebrities to be wearing Edna Mode on the Golden Globes red carpet this year. After Incredibles 2 was nominated for best animated feature at the Globes on Thursday, EW spoke with director Brad Bird (who also voices The Incredibles’ fiercest fashionista) to talk about the...

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Tyrel is a tense social satire about race that refuses to be black and white: EW review

It’s both unavoidable and a bit unfair to compare writer-director Sebastian Silva’s squirm-inducing new indie Tyrel to last year’s Get Out. In most ways, they couldn’t be more different. But in at least one major one, they’re companion pieces about race, otherness, and slights both actual...

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Trans critics explain the problem with Girl and its Golden Globes nomination

The 2019 Golden Globe nominees marked a high note for LGBTQ visibility, between The Assassination of Gianni Versace leading the television pack, Pose‘s historic recognitions, and the queer Favourite of awards season. On paper, Netflix’s Girl, a foreign language contender, seems to contribute...

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Faye Dunaway returning to Broadway as Katharine Hepburn in Tea at Five

Faye Dunaway is headed back to Broadway. The Academy Award-winning actress is headed back to the New York stage after an absence of over 35 years. Dunaway will star in Tea at Five as another iconic actress, Katharine Hepburn, producer Ben Feldman announced Thursday. Set at her estate in...

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Golden Globe nominee Rachel Brosnahan teases season 2 of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

“She’s f—ing good!” Those are the words Midge Maisel’s husband, Joel (Michael Zegen), uses to describe his wife (Rachel Brosnahan) as a stand-up comic in the season 1 finale of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. Throughout the first season, Midge kept her new career a secret from her entire...

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Richard Madden reacts to those Bodyguard Golden Globes nominations

Oddsmakers figured Richard Madden might get nominated for a Golden Globe for his performance in the riveting BBC/Netflix thriller Bodyguard. But for Madden to get a best actor nomination … and for Bodyguard to receive a nomination in the ultra-tough Best Drama Series category? That was a huge...

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Golden Globes TV nominations: EW's critics weigh in (and vent)

This morning, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced nominations for this year’s Golden Globes ceremony, airing on Sunday, Jan. 6, on NBC. Entertainment Weekly TV Critics Kristen Baldwin and Darren Franich are ready to discuss the deeper meanings of this year’s nominations. DARREN:...

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Angie Thomas headed on 15-city tour for On the Come Up: See details

Angie Thomas is headed back out on the road. The wait for the author’s follow-up to The Hate U Give is almost over, and she’s planning to celebrate her new novel On the Come Up with readers by embarking on a 15-city book tour across North America, EW can announce exclusively. It’ll launch...

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Gabby from Survivor explains why she turned on Christian

There were no tears when Gabby Pascuzzi was voted out of Survivor: David vs. Goliath. That may surprise some who were used to the regular waterworks from the 25-year-old technical writer, but Gabby went out of the game in the best way possible — while trying to make a big move. It didn’t work...

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Crazy Rich Asians director Jon M. Chu on the film's Golden Globe nominations: 'It's been a wild ride'

Crazy Rich Asians just landed two Golden Globe nominations, a feat director Jon M. Chu considers, well, crazy — in a good way. “It’s insane,” he says. “It’s been a wild ride.” A wild ride indeed. Crazy Rich Asians faced seemingly insurmountable pressure from the beginning, as the...

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Once again, the Golden Globes did not nominate any female directors

Nearly a year after Natalie Portman called out the Golden Globes for having “all-male nominees” in the Best Director category, not much seems to have changed. As announced Thursday morning, the list of the Globes’ directing nominees — Bradley Cooper for A Star Is Born, Alfonso Cuarón for...

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