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There are far more effective ways to use art in protest of the Trump administration.
The recently discovered footage was uploaded to YouTube this weekend.
The 1976 thriller about the rise of neo-Nazism shares many parallels with Jordan Peele's Get Out.
Alec Baldwin also reprised his Trump impression in a recreation of that surreal Oval Office meeting.
According to Drake, Kanye not only has terrible politicshe's also a terrible friend.
Esquire's November cover star talks about the iconic scene, working with Christian Bale, and yes, mime training.
Screenwriter Josh Singer explains the real mystery that inspired the biopic's ending.
He doesn't deserve to come back from this.
Lindsey Buckingham is suing the band after getting fired from their upcoming tour.
After fussing over Damien Chazelle and Ryan Gosling's biopic, conservatives are getting the Neil Armstrong movie they wanted.
This might sound like bullshirt at first, but if it's true, it's forkin' incredible.
Prepare to hear 'MIA' literally everywhere.
A twist ending blasts the Apu controversy and creates the hashtag #cancelthesimpsons.
Tim Burton's ingenious 1988 film shows a haunting from the other side's perspective.
After The Office, The 40-Year-Old Virgin, and Foxcatcher, is Steve Carell only now showing us what he's really capable of? The nicest guy in showbiz talks about his three new Oscar-buzzworthy moviesplus why The Office wouldn't fly in the #TimesUp Era.
Is he Rey's father? Is he working with Kylo Ren?
John Cassavetes' psychological study is the kind of emotional thriller that gets shut out of the horror genre.
This week's episode has the hottest celebrity cameo of the Fall TV Season and it's ... Terry Gross?
But will her endorsement of Democratic candidates sway the election?