Jerry Lewis epitomized what it meant to be a survivor in Hollywood. Through ups and downs in popularity, health troubles and weight fluctuations and the sorts of seismic shifts that take place over decades in the entertainment industry, Lewis always figured out a way to battle back, to reinvent himself, to stay relevant. It’s what […]
In other words: It. Is. On. [Want exclusive “Game of Thrones” explainers as well as the internet’s best articles on this week’s episode? Sign up for our Season 7 newsletter here.] The episode picked up where we left off last week, with seven heroes and a fungible number of Wildling Redshirts (Redfurs? Wildshirts?) out to […]
Views From The Turnbuckle: WWE SummerSlam Review, Main Event An Instant Classic, Mahal Flops Again – Wrestling Inc.
The views expressed in this article are those of the author and do not reflect the opinions of WrestlingInc or its staff Last year’s SummerSlam I thought was one of the worst WWE PPVs in recent years. The main reason I thought that was that the show was supper long […]
WWE SummerSlam: Dean Ambrose And Seth Rollins Vs. Sheamus And Cesaro (RAW Tag Team Title Match) – Wrestling Inc.
RAW Tag Team Title Match: Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins vs. Sheamus and Cesaro We go to the ring and out first comes RAW Tag Team Champions Cesaro and Sheamus. Seth Rollins is out first for his team, wearing new red and black gear. Dean Ambrose is out next. […]
By the late 1970s, Jerry Lewis was becoming perilously close to being a has-been. After decades of celebrity – first in his successful partnership with Dean Martin, then later on his own as the star of comedies like Rock-A-Bye Baby and as the auteur behind epochal hits such as The Nutty Professor – the gifted comic […]
“Logan Lucky,” which Mr. Soderbergh released through Bleecker Street Media, cost about $29 million to make and was financed by preselling foreign distribution rights. The cast and crew worked for scale to keep the budget down, with profit participation if the film succeeds. Mr. Soderbergh raised the marketing funds by selling a portion of nontheatrical […]
Game of Thrones fills a specific need in our pop culture psyche, holding a similar appeal as shows like Breaking Bad and The Walking Dead. These are TV series that are so dark, filled with characters so miserable, that they make real life look bright and cheery in comparison. In Game of Thrones, new characters […]
He dominated show business with Dean Martin in the 1950s, starred in ‘The Bellboy’ and ‘The Nutty Professor,’ hosted the Labor Day telethon for decades and received the Hersholt award. Jerry Lewis, whose irrepressible zaniness and frantic creativity vaulted him to stardom as a comic movie star who wielded unparalleled green-light power at Paramount in […]
Without a superhero movie or new studio sequel in play, this weekend provided an opening for two smaller films to shine. But as the weekend draws to a close, one is beaming brighter than the other. That title goes to Lionsgate’s R-rated action comedy “Hitman’s Bodyguard,” which is firing off to $21.6 million during its […]
He would plant himself on a stool, the picture of insouciance in a three-button suit and dark tie, dragging slowly on a cigarette, which he used as a punctuation mark. From that perch he would bid America to look in the mirror, and to laugh at itself. Dick Gregory Stand Up early 1960’s. Archive film […]