E. Oliver Whitney is a senior editor at ScreenCrush. When not talking Game of Thrones theories or waiting for the next Terrence Malick film, they* are probably having an SVU marathon. They were formerly an entertainment editor at The Huffington Post and have written for Variety, New York magazine, Indiewire, Moviefone, and Backstage. *E. Oliver Whitney uses gender-neutral pronouns they, them, theirs.
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Colin Firth Vows to Not Work With Woody Allen Again In Light of Abuse Allegations
In light of the sexual abuse allegations against Woody Allen, the ‘Magic in the Moonlight’ star says he’s also done with the filmmaker.
2018 GLAAD Media Awards Nominees Include ‘Call Me By Your Name,’ ‘A Fantastic Woman’
After last year’s short list of nominees, the 2018 GLAAD Media Awards nominates 10 inclusive LGBTQ films from 2017.
Dylan Farrow Speaks About Woody Allen Sexual Abuse in First TV Interview, Allen Releases S…
In her first TV interview, Dylan Farrow details the alleged child sexual abuse she suffered from Woody Allen. The filmmaker releases a new statement.
All the Easter Eggs and Connections You Missed in ‘Cloverfield,’ 10 Years Later
Found footage monster movie ‘Cloverfield’ turns 10 years old today and we’re looking back on all the hidden clues and Easter eggs in the Clover-verse.
Tom Holland’s Spider-Man Rumored to Appear in ‘Venom’ After All
After insistence that MCU and Sony’s Spider-Man spinoffs wouldn’t be connected, a new rumor suggests Spidey may appear in ‘Venom’ after all.
Disney Reveals the First Official Synopsis for ‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’
We finally have the first official details on the Han Solo spinoff plot.
Timothée Chalamet Plans to Donate Salary From Woody Allen Film to Time’s Up and Other Char…
The ‘Call Me By Your Name’ actor denounces Woody Allen and plans to donate his salary from the Allen film to Time’s Up and other organizations.
Universal’s ‘Bride of Frankenstein’ Reboot May Not Be Dead After All
It’s alive… sorta. After delaying ‘Bride of Frankenstein’ and pulling the plug on their Dark Universe, the next Universal monster reboot may happening.
Michelle Williams Reportedly Got Paid Less Than 1% of Mark Wahlberg’s ‘All the Money’ Resh…
Mark Wahlberg got paid $1.5 million for his ‘All the Money in the World’ reshoots. Michelle Williams got $1,000.
Here’s Your 2018 BAFTA Nominations and What They Mean For the Oscars
The nominees for the British version of the Academy Awards are in, and they further establish ‘Three Billboards’ as our Oscar frontrunner.