Joshua Blanchard/GettyOver the weekend, Robert F. Kennedy Jr., the world’s leading (translation: most dangerous) anti-vax conspiracy theorist, was one of many kooky speakers railing against COVID vaccines and mandates at a “Defeat the Mandates” rally in Washington, D.C.“Even in Hitler’s Germany, you could cross the Alps into Switzerland, you can hide in the attic like Anne Frank did,” said Kennedy. “Today the mechanisms are being put in place that will make it so none of us can run, none of us c
The "Bad Moms" cinematic universe continues to grow. STX Films is revisiting its parental-figures-who-behave-poorly franchise with "Bad Moms' Moms." The film will presumably focus on the grandmother characters who were first introduced in 2017's "A Bad Moms Christmas," and who were played by Christine Baranski, Susan Sarandon, and Cheryl Hines. The three women will reprise […]
Since it's been six years (and feels like 50) since we got to watch Larry David's misadventures, here's a reminder of where we left off.
Second green- and red-band trailers for raunchy comedy 'A Bad Moms Christmas,' a holiday sequel again starring Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell, and Kathryn Hahn
Three actresses sign on as the moms of the 'Bad Moms' for holiday season sequel, which is currently filming in Atlanta; Peter Gallagher also joins cast
Curb Your Enthusiasm’s Richard Lewis confirmed that the Larry David cult series has wrapped production on its 9th season with a series of tweets earlier this week. “Curb 9 wraps with two of the funniest comedians I’ve ever known,” Lewis said about David and his “odd couple” co-star, J.B. Smoove.
Saban’s Power Rangers, Life, CHIPS, and Wilson. Up first, Power Rangers (PG-13) reboots the ’90s series about kids, played by RJ Cyler, Dacre Montgomery, Naomi Scott, Becky G., and Ludi Lin, with superpowers.
The "Son of Zorn" premiere proved that living as a cartoon barbarian in a live-action world is not easy, especially when you go to California for your son’s 17th birthday and end up meeting your ex-wife’s fiancé.
It looks as though the first new fall network show of the season will be the premiere of Son of Zorn, Sunday night on Fox. The Zorn of the title is said to be a warrior from the island of Zephyria, but really this animated muscle-head is a visual echo of He-Man, who headed up the Masters of the Universe schlock-cartoon series from the 1980s. Zorn is animated, his voice provided by Jason Sudeikis.
Fox unveiled its fall TV schedule to advertisers on Monday, and the network has released trailers of its new shows. Let’s look at them with a sharp eye.