In celebration of this past Friday’s lucrative release, IT Chapter Two cast members are taking to social media to give fans a glimpse behind the scenes of the bloody sequel. Finn Wolfhard, who plays the young Richie Tozier, posted a delightful photo showing just how much he has grown since
Could we see the return of Rick O’Connell to the big screen? Should Universal Pictures decided to revisit that version of The Mummy franchise, Brendan Fraser is down to revive his ancient artifact hunting, monster dueling action hero. Now the real question becomes, could this really happen? First, let’s dig
Photo: MANDEL NGAN/AFP (Getty Images) For reformed children of a certain age, Nickelodeon’s What Would You Do? represents a weird niche in the Nick game show ecosystem; less psychologically fraught than Legends Of The Hidden Temple, less star-studded-for-a-very-All-That-level-of-stardom than Figure It Out, more random than host Marc Summer’s other big
Eric Wallace, who took over from previous showrunner Todd Helbing, is very excited about Iris’ hairstyle, too. Speaking to TVLine, the showrunner spoke about the hairstyle change and how it will include Iris letting loose a bit and “being herself”. After all, she was just faced with the disappearance of
Screenshot: Dicey Dungeons Every Friday, A.V. Club staffers kick off our weekly open thread for the discussion of gaming plans and recent gaming glories, but of course, the real action is down in the comments, where we invite you to answer our eternal question: What Are You Playing This Weekend?
Marvel Studios recently revealed its plans for Phase Four, with plenty of exciting projects coming to theaters, as well as small screen adventures on Disney+. But it’s not all good news, as Sony and Marvel recently reached an unexpected end to their shared custody over Spider-Man. Tom Holland’s Peter Parker
Photo: Hulu Whether sawing into his arm with a butcher’s knife or swallowing his own eyeball, The Amazing Johnathan was a reliable source of manic energy at many an ’80s and ’90s stand-up show. John Szeles, the self-described “Freddy Krueger of Comedy,” regularly bulldozed his way onto showcases like Late