Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:
Dream Movie of the Day:
Vulture imagines what a Spider-Gwen movie would look like, with Emma Stone reprising her role of Gwen Stacy from the Amazing Spider-Man movies and some voiceover borrowed from Easy A.
Filmmaker Parody of the Day:
Funny or Die inserted Straight Outta Compton‘s Jason Mitchell into… Continue reading Today in Movie Culture: 'Spider-Gwen' Movie Trailer, Jason Mitchell Stars in a Nancy Meyers Parody and More
Do you groan when a romantic comedy ends with one lead character making a mad dash in pursuit of the other? The “race for your love” denouement (as classified by TV Tropes) is definitely overused in the movies, but it’s also so common now that it’s almost more of an expected convention rather than a problematic cliche. That doesn’t mean it’s not great… Continue reading Watch Anne Hathaway and Seth Meyers Spoof Rom-Com Endings
We knew it was coming — but Seth Meyers has finally set an end date for SNL.
Today at the Television Critics Association press tour, where Meyers held a panel to talk about his new Late Night gig, Meyers revealed that Feb. 1 will his last time behind the Weekend Update desk, as he prepares for his new show’s Feb. 24 premiere. “It’s heartbreaking, but I’m really happy I came… Continue reading Seth Meyers calls impending ‘SNL’ exit ‘heartbreaking,’ admits to ‘Late Night’ nerves
Because “The Hunger Games” and “Twilight” haven’t sated your need for YA movie adaptations, here comes “The Host,” a big-screen take on “Twilight” author Stephenie Meyer’s other best-seller.
Starring Saoirse Ronan (“The Lovely Bones”), “The Host” leaves werewolves and vampires behind for aliens. There’s still a love triangle, natch, but this one is a bit more tricky than Edward-Bella-Jacob: after an alien race invades Earth and takes over the minds of… Continue reading 'The Host' Trailer: Stephenie Meyer's Other YA Book Gets Big-Screen Adaptation
Jimmy Fallon’s return to “Saturday Night Live” — this time as a host, instead of a cast member — was a nostalgia-fest of epic proportions. Of course, Fallon is a beloved part of “SNL” history, but perhaps the best testament to his legacy on the show is just how many of his former co-stars were willing to return to work with him again.
Aside from the… Continue reading 'SNL': Tina Fey and Jimmy Fallon vs. Seth Meyers and Amy Poehler in Weekend Update Joke-Off