Bruno Ganz, who famously played Hitler in Downfall, dies at 77

Bruno Ganz, who famously played Hitler in Downfall, dies at 77

Bruno Ganz, the Swiss actor behind such notable roles as Adolf Hitler in Downfall and the angel Damien in Wings of Desire, died Friday at his home in Zurich, Switzerland, according to German publications (via the Associated Press). He was 77. Per The New York Times, Ganz was diagnosed with colon cancer while working at the…
Hear John Mayer’s first song of 2019 “I Guess I Just Feel Like”

Hear John Mayer’s first song of 2019 “I Guess I Just Feel Like”

John Mayer is here to be honest! On Friday, the singer dropped a new track, his first single since 2018’s “New Light.” Mayer originally debuted the guitar-led track at a show back in October 2018. “I spent August and September of last year looking for new songs and couldn’t find them,” Mayer wrote in an…
Samin Nosrat’s Salt Fat Acid Heat honors the culinary importance of grandmas

Samin Nosrat’s Salt Fat Acid Heat honors the culinary importance of grandmas

Chef, author, and educator Samin Nosrat’s effortless appeal has reached a broader audience now that Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat — her James Beard Award-winning cookbook based on the idea that all dishes can be divided into these four elements — has been adapted into a cooking show for Netflix. The response to the show, now available worldwide…
Steve Buscemi’s wife Jo Andres dies at 65

Steve Buscemi’s wife Jo Andres dies at 65

Jo Andres, an artist and filmmaker behind 1996’s Black Kite, has died at the age of 65. The cause of death was not revealed at this time. Andres was the wife of Boardwalk Empire actor Steve Buscemi. The two married in 1987 and enjoyed a 31-year marriage before her death. Their son, Lucian, was born…
The Oscars don’t need a host (and no one asked you, Ellen)

The Oscars don’t need a host (and no one asked you, Ellen)

With just 51 days left to go before the 91st annual Academy Awards and still no one on board to host, the nation is in the grip of paralyzing anxiety. Oh, sorry, did I say “the nation”? I meant “Ellen DeGeneres.” The wildly successful talk show host is apparently so worried about the Oscars hosting…
Celebrity Big Brother season finale recap: The winner takes it all

Celebrity Big Brother season finale recap: The winner takes it all

Like the television equivalent of a zephyr through the fields, Celebrity Big Brother now passes through our consciousness as quickly as it hit us. By the end of the night, either Ricky Williams, Dina Lohan, Tamar Braxton, Kandi Burruss, or Lolo Jones will walk out the Big Brother house $250,000 richer if not 29 days wiser.…
Avengers: Endgame, Captain Marvel top Fandango survey of most anticipated 2019 movies

Avengers: Endgame, Captain Marvel top Fandango survey of most anticipated 2019 movies

It seems Marvel’s strategy of revealing the next Avengers movie one year after Infinity War is working out in its favor, according to results from a new Fandango survey. Based on responses from more than 3,500 film fans voting on the movie ticket site throughout the month of December, Avengers: Endgame is the most anticipated blockbuster…
Christopher Paolini explains why he returned to the world of Eragon with The Fork, the Witch, and the Worm

Christopher Paolini explains why he returned to the world of Eragon with The Fork,...

It’s been years since readers last had a new adventure set in the fantasy land of Alagaësia, and many probably thought it would be their last. With 2011’s Inheritance, author Christopher Paolini closed the book on his four-volume Inheritance Cycle that had begun with the smash hit Eragon (written when he was just 16). But…
Pete Davidson is a good bad influence in Big Time Adolescence: Sundance review

Pete Davidson is a good bad influence in Big Time Adolescence: Sundance review

We gave it a B Everyone who ever went to high school remembers that guy: the one who always knew where the party was, even if he couldn’t find homeroom on a map. The one who was kind of a burnout and kind of cool and then he graduated and just… stuck around. He’s the…
Hot Stuff: December romance novels end the year with fireworks-worthy sparks

Hot Stuff: December romance novels end the year with fireworks-worthy sparks

From diverting historical escapes to a contemporary romp through a beauty pageant in a contemporary LGBTQ novella, here are some of our favorite choices for December romance reads — perfect ways to ring in the New Year. The Earl I RuinedBy Scarlett PeckhamReview: Peckham continues her irresistible, wildly sex-positive The Secrets of Charlotte Street series…

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