Whether liberal or conservative, Chris Pratt's politics are apparently the most important thing in the world...
This is an incredibly consequential time in American history.
With less than two weeks left until the 2020 presidential election, the future of the nation hangs in the balance, and it all hinges on one essential question: Which side is Chris Pratt on?
Whether it was intentional or subconscious, the new movie looks suspiciously familiar.
The first trailer for Disney's upcoming animated movie, Raya and the Last Dragon, has just been released.
The movie, scheduled for release in March of 2021, stars Kelly Marie Tran as Raya—guardian of the dragon gem—and Awkwafina as Sisu the last Dragon. And it honestly looks pretty great...if a bit familiar.
Let's break it down. In a world occupied by strange and fantastic creatures—some of them seemingly hybrids of animals we know—long-standing peace has been disrupted, and humanity is divided into four cultures identifiable by their color schemes, emblems, and associated animal companions.
Five reasons why you should be watching the horror-based drag reality show.
If RuPaul's Drag Race set the blueprint for what a drag-based reality TV show should be, The Boulet Brothers' Dragula came and scribbled all over it.
The horror-themed drag reality competition is one of the fiercest, scariest, and most entertaining shows on TV. Dragula isn't better than Drag Race on every front, but there are many ways in which it surpasses the original drag competition, especially when it comes to artistry and politics.
If you're not familiar with Dragula, now is your chance to get acquainted. We've been thirsting for more of the Boulet Brothers' brilliant brainchild for almost a year now, and it's finally back! AMC Network's horror streaming service, Shudder, is airing The Boulet Brothers' Dragula: Resurrection on October 20th, and in the meanwhile, you can binge seasons 2 and 3 on Netflix.