Belle or Gaston? Mrs. Potts or Lumière?
It's fall in Stars Hollow again.
It's 1998 all over again and we are BLESSED.
Talk about a Showcase Showdown.
"A good book or a good show leaves a lot of unanswered questions."
Steve Cutts and Moby collaborate for a piece "about our increasing dependence on technology and about human interaction today, or a certain lack of it."
"I don't know what I'm doing more than half of the time."
These movies are all about love sucking, relationships failing, and why it’s better to be on your own.
"I don't wanna go too deep into the past, but it was very difficult, like some of the lowest times in my life, dealing with that."
Rev up your engines!
RuPaul's Drag Race: All Stars 2 aka the best season of reality TV to happen EVER.
Please bless us with your cross-fandom friendship.
"It's a bigot's act to tell an 'Australian' story in full whiteness."
The show is based on the bestselling book by Australian author Liane Moriarty.
Remember when we lost Adult Purple Rock Star this year? Sad.
If you're someone who thinks it's not all it's cracked up to be, you need to read this post.
"Alec Baldwin portrayal stinks!" the Republican presidential candidate posted on Twitter.
"Stop trying to make a sequel happen, it's not going to happen." — Regina, probably
Guess you'll have to go back and watch it again!
Dismemberment Goblins? Or Kevin?
In Kelly Reichardt’s Certain Women, Kristen Stewart plays the object of queer desire — a role she’s played with increasing complexity for years, both on screen and in real life.
RuPaul’s Drag Race was always about sisterhood, but with a more mainstream audience comes an intense kind of scrutiny, both internally and externally. Warning: Spoilers ahead!
Shoutout to Sandra Bullock for doing her own fight scenes.
The best comedy duo since FOREVER.
Kate and Toby forever.
They actually made all the food in Ratatouille.
How deeply are your favourite childhood cartoons seared into your memory?
The couple’s wholesome values and photogenic appeal helped make them famous. But their popularity and the subsequent backlash raise thorny questions about race, class, and gender.
In The Accountant, the latest Batman plays a character whose autism is practically a superpower.
Strange things happen when you're harboring the soul of a dark wizard.
No trick, just treat yourself to a movie.
"We've now done the plotting properly, and we're pretty sure it's gonna be five movies," J.K. Rowling said at a fan event on Thursday.
My heart, it hurts.