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What we learned from the Entertainment Weekly article

• Will has PTSD

• S2 takes place on Halloween

• Joyce is dating new character Bob Newby (played by Sean Astin) because she wants a good father figure for the boys

• Hopper is in charge of keeping the events of season 1 a secret


• Mike and Nancy are both still coping

• Max is going to be friends with the boys

• There’s going to be a Dustin-Max-Lucas love triangle

• Billy is going to be a loner, but he’s also going to be a villain (Matt Duffer described him as “evil” and says he took inspiration from Stephen King human antagonists)

• Dustin gets a tadpole-like pet (The Pollywog) that turns out to not be from this world

• The gate to the Upside Down is still open

• Dr Owens will be Brenner’s replacement


I’m pretty sure that by now, everyone in the RWBY fandom has heard of Entertainment Weekly’s article on tomorrow’s Vol. 4 episode and the way they confused Sun for Jaune. With my friends to inspire me/goad me into making increasingly bad decisions (especially @alisha-b-marie), I did what I did best: MEME. Every single vaguely blonde character, no matter how minor, is now Jaune. Enjoy.

Thanks to @noseless-rwby for the bases without noses. Go follow them. That blog gives me life.

Also @dippzz, you need this.

'Westworld' Renewed for Second Season, Likely Returning 2018
Westworld 2.0 is officially happening. HBO has ordered a second season of the sci-fi robopocalypse thriller – along with renewing fellow fall...

Westworld 2.0 is officially happening. HBO has ordered a second season of the sci-fi robopocalypse thriller – along with renewing fellow fall freshman series Divorce and Insecure. All three will have another 10 episodes.


Pennywise shows up, he’s front and center, and he does his show. He has an act,“ Andy Muschietti [director of IT] says. "So it’s weird all the time, and every little thing implies a further threat.

Here’s a clearer HQ version of the sewer photo brought to us by Entertainment Weekly

I think it’s very important to recognize that DNCE is literally Joe’s personality in the form of music. And I think that’s why people love it. Because he’s such a funny, down to Earth, amazing spirit. Unjaded. Considering everything he’s seen in the world, the fact that he is completely not jaded is why people love DNCE, because his personality is at the forefront. That statistic—that he wrote on every song—is not a coincidence.
—  Cole Whittle (x)
Westworld finale: Anthony Hopkins on Dr. Ford's fate

Dr. Robert Ford’s journey on Westworld came to an unexpected and apparent conclusion in Sunday’s finale. Below star Anthony Hopkins chatted with EW about his role playing the theme park’s mastermind on the show – and the classic film roles that helped inspire his take on the character.

This was your first serious TV show, at least in the United States. What drew you to this project originally?
They sent me the film book to read. I love to work. And I’d seen the original Westworld. But I couldn’t remember it, I only remembered the actors – Yul Brynner, Richard Benjamin. My agent phoned me and said will you meet [showrunner Jonathan Nolan] in order to talk about Westworld and I said, “Yeah.” And I said: “What do they want me to be?” And he said, “Some doctor.” So, Jon, we met and he gave me the script. He said you play the man who invents Westworld. I said, “Is it like Walt Disney?” He said, “Yeah, but it’s even darker than that. It’s almost like a Frankenstein.” So I said, “Yes, I’ll do it.”

What’s refreshing and interesting about it was starting with the first pilot – because no one knew it would be taken up [to series] by HBO. So it was a gamble, and I wanted to do it. And then the series was picked up. So what was interesting was to not know which way the story was heading. I said to Jon, “What happens to him?” He said, “I can’t tell you.” So I said, “What happens next week?” And he said, “I won’t tell you.” They sent me the script and I think, “Oh, this is interesting.” So each week I got a new script every 10 days let’s say, and they [blacked] out a lot of lines. So as a condition I said, “Look, it’s not that I don’t love it, but I always want to know the script inside out, backward and forward, so I can talk it in my sleep.”

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Kong: Skull Island unleashes exclusive first look at the movie monster

by C. Molly Smith | November 10 2016

It’s on like King Kong.

The gargantuan ape returns in Kong: Skull Island, which arrives in theaters March 10 and stars Tom Hiddleston, Brie Larson, Samuel L. Jackson, and John Goodman. And while fans have been eager to catch a glimpse of the reimagined Kong, he hasn’t been too eager to be seen. After all, just look at the welcome he gives the explorers in the 1970s-set film, led by Hiddleston as a British Special Forces vet and Larson as a war photographer who unwittingly stumble into his home turf.

Here, director Jordan Vogt-Roberts (The Kings of Summer) unpacks that momentous scene as well as the look of the imposing figure, addressing his vision artistic vision, similarities and differences with previous versions, conveying emotion through eyes and facial expressions, playing with scale and the ultimate reveal, and much more. The beast, certainly, roars again in this upcoming monster-movie reboot, so all hail the new king of the jungle…

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SHINee’s Minho Reveals He Had To Learn How To Smoke For “Two Men”

SHINee’s Choi Minho and Ma Dong Seok appeared on the November 19 broadcast of “Entertainment Weekly” in order to promote their new movie “Two Men.”

During the interview, Minho joked that his natural face did not appear at all in the movie, since it was always covered in wounds and bruises. He also revealed that he had to learn how to smoke for his character, but he brightly added that he quit once filming ended.

The interviewer also asked the two men to describe the sweetest thing they’ve ever done for a girl. Minho replied that he once waited an entire day for a girl, but he was immediately one-upped by Ma Dong Seok, who said that he simply handed over his credit card.

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SO, i found this old entertainment weekly article from november that implies gina will be fine! (link here). now everything makes perfect sense: gina loses her money due to hospital bills (due to being hit by a fucking bus. again, i can’t believe they regina george’d her.) also: “late season arc” = gina is alive and well towards the end of this season, which we’re only midway through.

so yeah. i don’t think the human form of the 💯 emoji can be taken down that easily.

'Supergirl': Meet the New Faces Joining Season 2
Along with moving to a new network, Supergirl is introducing a host of characters this fall. Below, we’ve got the scoop on the new faces coming to...

Superman (Tyler Hoechlin): After both Kara (Melissa Benoist) and Clark show up to the same crisis, the duo finally spend some quality time together. “Both of them have a bit of sadness about them, they both have that sense of feeling alone, they both have that sense of feeling different, and both of them remark that that loneliness, that alienation, that isolation goes away when they are together,” Kreisberg says, noting that Alex (Chyler Leigh) will struggle over the duo bonding.

President Olivia Marsdin (Lynda Carter): The former Wonder Woman will help the show tackle immigration issues, as POTUS signs an alien amnesty act. “She very much believes in this cause, which is going to put her in danger, which is going to necessitate Supergirl protecting her,” teases Kreisberg, who’s excited to have Carter on the series. “We can’t believe she said yes.”

Mon-El (Chris Wood): The mysterious occupant of the pod, Mon-El hails from Krypton’s sister world. “The destruction of Krypton also resulted in a very bad day for Daxam — that’s how he escaped that cataclysm and came to Earth,” Kreisberg says. “He’s fresh off the boat. As far as he’s concerned, he got into a pod on Daxam on then the next day was on Earth.” Thus, Mon-El helps fulfill Kara’s original mission of looking out for Kal-El. “Now she has somebody to mentor,” he says. But the question is: Can he be trusted? “Can you trust anybody?” Kreisberg counters.

Miss Martian (Sharon Leal): The red planet native helps J’onn J’onzz (David Harewood) embrace being the Martian Manhunter. “J’onn is suddenly going to have this connection to Mars that he’s been lacking for the last 300 years,” Kreisberg says. “He’s dealing with survivor’s guilt, and he’s spent the last few hundred years burying that. It’s only because of his interactions with Kara and his deepening relationship with Alex that he gets to start to tap back into that. The arrival of Miss Martian is really going to open the flood gates.”

Snapper Carr (Ian Gomez): Many at CatCo magazine are vying 
to fill the power vacuum ­surrounding the departure of Cat Grant — Flockhart is now a recurring guest star — including Snapper Carr, whose no-holds barred approach pushes Kara in unexpected ways.

Lena Luthor (Katie McGrath): With brother Lex Luthor in jail, Lena is poised to take over the family business — and she apparently wants to use the company for good. Riiiiight.

Maggie Sawyer (Floriana Lima): The influx of aliens facilitates the introduction of DC Comics detective Maggie Sawyer, who works for the Science Police. “Maggie is a strident advocate for alien rights,” Kreisberg says. “She says in her introductory episode that growing up gay and Latina in Nebraska made her ideally sympathetic to people who are different and people who don’t quite fit in.’”