It’s the weekend, and you’re looking forward to going to the movies, but you don’t know which one you’re going to see. Luckily for you, Neal Brennan, comedian and host of SundanceTV’s “The Approval Matrix” (inspired by the New York magazine feature of the same name), is here to help alleviate your indecisive agony. Here, he evens… Continue reading Neal Brennan Gets Frank in His 'Frank' Trailer Review (VIDEO)
“Outlander” premiered Saturday (Aug. 9) on Starz, much to the delight of long-time fans of the book series. Some plot points were very faithful to the books, while others were changed, added or removed. This is television, after all. It’s a different medium, and a different way to tell the story. But one scene in particular captured a good bit of attention from fans on social media.
Spoilers be… Continue reading 'Outlander' EP explains Claire's oral sex scene with Frank
They’re both the leads on political series. They both crave power. They’re both the focus of this week’s EW cover story on The 25 Best Characters on TV. But what would happen if House of Cards‘ Frank Underwood (Kevin Spacey) ever met Veep‘s Selina Meyer (Julia Louis-Dreyfus)?
“I’m not even sure she’d be alive,” laughs Spacey. “First of all, Frank would probably find a way to manipulate the little guy… Continue reading Who would win a Presidential race between Frank Underwood and Selina Meyer?
Anyone even remotely interested in amazing things will no doubt be familiar with the badassness of Frank Frazetta, whose iconic artwork helped redefine the sword and sorcery genre while influencing a countless number of artists, filmmakers and fans over the course of decades. After Frazetta passed away in 2010, friend and collaborator Robert Rodriguez (From Dusk Till Dawn, Sin City) took it upon himself to fulfill Frazetta’s desire to display… Continue reading Giveaway: Own This Amazing Frank Frazetta "Death Dealer" Screen-Print, Courtesy of Robert Rodriguez
TNT premiered its new drama (excuse us — event series) “Mob City” Wednesday (dec. 4), a hard-boiled noir from former “Walking Dead” showrunner Frank Darabont. It was an anticipated return to TV for the auteur following his unceremonious ousting from AMC’s zombie drama and, well — at least it looked pretty?
The two-hour premiere of the series, telling the tale of the