The Frozen sequel, The Incredibles 2, plus...there's a new Disney Princess in town.
You know nothing, Jon Snow.
I choose violence, and to take this quiz.
"Yeah! Go Rae."
NOTE TO SELF: Never trust Jimmy Kimmel.
Netflix's new movie about a young woman dealing with anorexia isn't the definitive movie on eating disorders. But it shouldn’t be demonized for what it tries to do, either.
Lana Del Rey seems relaxed, serene, having the time of her life.
I guess I'm a stamp collector now.
Britney Young is the breakout star from Netflix’s GLOW, and she’s ready to use her newfound fame to show the industry why it needs to be a more inclusive place for actors of all sizes.
All hail Beyoncé, the benevolent queen of surprises.
"It's still a mystery..."
Don't make a huge mistake.
A deep dive.
Jennifer Garner hasn’t been a major movie star in years. So why are gossip magazines so invested in her?
Say what you see, unless what you see is totally wrong.
In the game of thrones, you either win or lose this map game.
"I think this all kind of a game of risk — everyone is kind of accumulating their ammunition and putting it near the border," one expert told BuzzFeed News.
God, I loved to hate Nancy.
Please, Tomdaya, just let me have this.
"They can't end the show like that!" —you, probably screaming
It's about fucking time.
“Sir Carter and Rumi 1 month today."
The good, the great, and the underappreciated.
I'm out here calling scientists and reading government reports so you won't have to! (Some spoilers for Okja.)
"Long live Carrie Fisher."
"Every time women make a movie, or star in a movie — or god forbid, women make and star in a movie — it seems they have to prove more than other movies," Paul Feig told BuzzFeed News.
Jody has got to go.
I wonder if Spider-Man could win the Iron Throne.
At its core, Being Mary Jane is a show about a black woman trying and failing and trying again to have it all — just like the women who are running and starring in the show. BuzzFeed News visited the set to talk to new showrunner Erica Shelton Kodish and star and executive producer Gabrielle Union about the response to Season 4 and where the show is going.
And even those who didn't had no hard feelings.
She's on the edge of glory!
"She just wanted the girl to like her."
"I cry for The Leftovers. Shame on you Emmys."
BLL stans are out in full force.