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That Yellowjackets Cannibal Feast Might Unlock the Antler Queen’s Identity

Sure, it seems like Lottie is destined to wear the antler crown. But what if the Antler Queen is actually Jackie? (Stay with us.)
Still Watching

Succession Episode 2: What Is Logan Roy Sorry For, Really?

The Roy kids have a heart-to-heart with Logan in the unlikeliest of places. Still Watching hosts Richard Lawson and Chris Murphy break down the episode with guest Bess Levin.
Magic Missile

Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves Bests Challengers in Mighty Box Office Campaign

In the eyes of not just Beholders, it is a Critical Hit!
In Memoriam

Ryuichi Sakamoto, Oscar-Winning Composer and Musical Innovator, Dies at Age 71

The electronic music pioneer and multi-instrumentalist wrote the film scores for The Revenant, The Last Emperor, and Merry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence, in addition to recording numerous genre-resistant albums. 
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Quinta Brunson Schooled Us All on Saturday Night Live

The Abbott Elementary creator and star aced her first outing as SNL host.
Kill Screen

Chris Pratt Reveals Himself To Be a Mid-Level Gamer in Tonight Show Bit

Neither he nor Jimmy Fallon could remember the name of Pac-Man foe Clyde.
thank you for your service

Party Down’s Zoë Chao Is Thrilled (and Terrified) to Be Invited

With roles in Party Down, Your Place or Mine, Somebody I Used to Know, and The Afterparty, Chao is everywhere, and it’s kind of freaking her out.
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Succession Isn’t Really an American Drama—It’s a British Comedy

The Roy family and their hangers-on owe a lot to Peep Show, creator Jesse Armstrong’s cringey classic.
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Hugh Grant Would “Happily Shred” His IMDB Page—And He Often Does

The famously grumpy actor has devoted much of his recent press tour to nitpicking his own filmography—from Notting Hill to Love Actually

Secret Invasion Revealed: Inside Samuel L. Jackson’s Eye-Opening New Marvel Series

Why he has no eyepatch, where you’ve seen Emilia Clarke’s mystery character before, and 10 new images from the shape-shifting alien saga.
Grab the Popcorn

What Will It Take to Bring Audiences Back to the Movies?

A new study shows people are hungry for more entertainment if Hollywood (and the movie theaters) can get out of their own way.
Film Festivals

Martin Scorsese’s Killers of the Flower Moon to Premiere at Cannes

The highly anticipated film starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Robert De Niro follows a string of murders in the oil-rich Osage Nation in 1920s Oklahoma.

Teyana Taylor Reintroduces Herself in the Drama A Thousand and One

A Sundance award-winner features a revelatory turn from the singer-actor-dancer.
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Michelle Rodriguez Never Says Die

The action hero on Dungeons & Dragons, the “shocking” end of the Fast & Furious franchise, and why she’s so hard to kill.
Late Night

Jimmy Kimmel Slams Donald Trump for “Kissing the All-Caps Asses” of Grand Jury

The Jimmy Kimmel Live! host lit into the former president for his recent social media post ahead of a potential indictment: “I haven’t seen anything this pathetic since he asked Stormy to spank him with a Forbes magazine.”
Awards Insider First Look

How Class of ’09 Takes On AI, the FBI, and Growing Up

The ambitious FX limited series stars Kate Mara and Brian Tyree Henry as FBI agents in three different decades—including a chilling vision of the future. 

Jennifer Aniston Laments the Generation That Finds Friends “Offensive”

In a new interview, the sitcom star said the way “comedy has evolved” has made it “really hard for comedians” to tell a joke. 
so long, farewell

Disney Axes Marvel Entertainment Billionaire Ike Perlmutter

Vanquishing Perlmutter represents a strong power play by Disney CEO Bob Iger, who returned to lead the company in November.
Exclusive Interviews

Jeremy Renner Sits Down With Diane Sawyer in First Interview After Snowplow Accident

Jeremy Renner: The Diane Sawyer Interview – A Story of Terror, Survival and Triumph will air on ABC April 6 at 10 p.m. 
Critic's Notebook

Tetris and BlackBerry Usher in the Age of Tech Nostalgia

In cinemas, phones and video games are now the stuff of misty-eyed legend.