Category: Entertainment Weekly

As we count down to the long-awaited uber-team-up Avengers: Infinity War (out April 27), EW’s Marvel Movie Club is preparing by revisiting the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe in the weeks leading up to the mega-sized movie. EW will look back at one Marvel movie a week, every week, to reassess its powers and hopefully answer important questions along the way…

Trading Spaces’ new carpenter Brett Tutor, who makes his debut on TLC’s rebooted series on Saturday, is truly a jack of all trades. One of the only new talents to join a cast consisting mostly of Trading Spaces veterans, he boasts an impressive resume, having worked as a stunt performer, home inspector, climbing guide, singer-songwriter, house…

The Simpsons showrunner Al Jean is weighing in on the feedback from last Sunday’s episode, which addressed the controversy surrounding Kwik-E-Mart owner Apu Nahasapeemapetilon — and ended up causing even more of a fuss. “I truly appreciate all responses pro and con,” he tweeted on Friday. “Will continue to try to find an answer that is…

In The Dark, an undead-and-hating-it young flesh-eater named Mina haunts the woods surrounding her childhood home. When she befriends a physically abused boy, she must figure out why, for once, she isn’t feeling homicidal. According to writer-director Justin P. Lange, “While The Dark certainly falls into the more general horror category, I tend to look…

James Comey’s upcoming memoir A Higher Loyalty alleges that Donald Trump was fixated on proving that the infamous “pee tape” wasn’t real, and that the president is “unethical, and untethered to truth and institutional values,” according to reports which surfaced Thursday. The New York Times‘ former chief book critic Michiko Kakutani returned to the publication to review Comey’s memoir,…