With Hollywood forever enthralled with possibilities of digital effects, reducing the age of actors (or bringing others back from the dead) firmly places us at a weird (hyperreal) crossroads.
With the West Hollywood City Council unanimously voting to remove Trump’s star, questions must now be asked why they’re allowing others to stay.
Despite the amount of feeling that #MeToo has enabled, it seems that it doesn’t extend to who (or what) we still watch.
Great change was promised during last night’s Oscars. However, wiggling the edges of the screen in prediction, how much will we actually see?
John Morris is a man with a finger on the pulse of modern comedy. Soon after he wrapped Daddy’s Home 2, we cornered him for a quick chat.
Our reaction to those responsible for sexual abuses in Hollywood has been admirable, but misguided. We should still enjoy art for art’s sake.
Another week, another questionable set of choices. This week Harvey Weinstein became a verb, friends became past tense, and Tim Cahill (almost) became a a pariah. Almost.
With the crimes of Harvey Weinstein becoming clear, I say it’s time we address the entirety of the iceberg, not just the tip.
One week on, and the world continues to act like the something strange happened at the Oscars. Spoiler alert, it didn’t. It was an inconsequential finale of an inconsequential award ceremony.
The inner-workings of Hollywood divorce, unmasking a fraud and international police misconduct all accompany your Sunday Breakfast Long Reads – Richard Jackson
Maciej Radny looks at the career of Arnold Schwarzenegger: The embodiment of the rise and subsequent fall of the American dream.
Film theorist/fanboy Maciej Radny eulogises on a victim of the Hollywood machine: the relevance and the beauty of the movie poster.
When we saw Saturday Night Fever John Travolta comforting a gunshot Al Pacino from Carlito’s Way, we knew we had to share this. Welcome to…Hell’s Club
Richard Jackson’s Long Reads touches on the morbid horror of the internet, the legacy of Pablo Escobar and Hollywood’s depiction of the Pentagon.
Resident law expert Ugur Nedim recounts some of Hollywood’s law convictions…it’s probably best if you don’t ask these stars to sign their mug shots.
With another unskilled immigrant, Mariah Carey, arriving on our fair shores, one TBS reader has had enough, rousing us to join him and #TurnBackThePrivateJets.
They’ve finally made an Entourage movie and Glen Falkenstein couldn’t be happier, but does the movie live up to the legacy left by the TV series?
In a sketch from the new season of Inside Amy Schumer, it’s the “Last F#ckable day” for a certain well-known and much-loved American comedy legend…but what the f#uck does this mean and who the f#ck is it?!
What a week we are having. After Robin Williams passed away yesterday, TBS writers got together to write tributes to his comic genius and to acknowledge the sad loss. Following that sad news is the recent announcement and confirmation by family members that Lauren Bacall, legendary hollywood movie star and Humphrey Bogarts ex-wife passed away in…
Part of the Aussie entertainment industry for over three decades, Adrian Barnes asks TBS’ers what makes an Australian actor leave our shores for greener pastures…
When it comes to who should claim the title of “the ferrous sex”, the week on TBS opens with an examination into why it isn’t men, or at least men in Hollywood…
With so many acclaimed actors overdosing, Alexandra Connor wonders if the vulnerability required for a good performance also leaves men exposed to the perils of drug addiction