E. Oliver Whitney is a senior editor at ScreenCrush. When not talking Game of Thrones theories or waiting for the next Terrence Malick film, Oliver is probably having an SVU marathon. Oliver was formerly an entertainment editor at Huff Post and has written for Variety, New York magazine, Indiewire, Moviefone, and Backstage.
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‘The Post’ Named Best Film of 2017 by National Board of Review, Earning Three Wins
Steven Spielberg’s Pentagon Papers drama ‘The Post’ wins three National Board of Review Awards, including Best Film of 2017.
Ron Howard Shares Set Photo From His First Day on ‘Han Solo’
Ron Howard is a very capable director who knows how to position a camera and capture a powerful image. But I also have a sneaking suspicion that maybe Ron Howard isn’t great at social media or taking casual phone pics. He seems like the type of dad who accidentally snaps a selfie when attempting to take a shot of a sunset, or butt-Facetimes his family. Just look at his latest Twitter photo.
‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2‘ Gets a New Logo at Comic-Con 2016
Back in June, James Gunn teased that he and the ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2' gang would bring “something pretty cool” to Marvel’s San Diego Comic-Con panel. We didn’t get a new trailer, but we did get a logo and some details about a new clip.
The New ‘Doctor Strange’ Trailer from Comic-Con 2016 Is Super Trippy
Before San Diego Comic-Con kicked off Marvel gave us a sneak peek at the new poster for ‘Doctor Strange.’ But during the Marvel Studio’s panel in Hall H on Saturday, the cast revealed a brand new trailer for the movie.
‘The Angry Birds Movie’ Review: As Dull as the Video Game
People really like The Angry Birds. The video game has been downloaded over three billion – yes, billion – times and is one of the most popular mobile apps ever. Why? I have no idea.
See Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Hardy in Stunning New Photos From ‘The Revenant’
It was so cold when Leonardo DiCaprio filmed Alejandro G. Iñárittu’s upcoming explorer epic The Revenant that the below-zero temperatures have already created a load of controversy for the film. “I was cold basically every day, especially my hands,” DiCaprio told Entertainment Weekly, adding that an on-set warming machine was his “savior.”