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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Disney Debuts the First Look at Niki Caro’s Live-Action ‘Mulan’
Meet Disney’s live-action Mulan in the first photo from the Niki Caro movie.
UPDATE: Idris Elba Is Finally, Reportedly, the Frontrunner To Play James Bond
Finally, the internet was used for good and now fan-favorite Idris Elba is rumored to be in talks as the next James Bond.
Hasbro Is Developing a ‘Power Rangers’ Sequel
A follow-up to last year’s ‘Power Rangers’ movie is on the way.
Andy Serkis Is Adapting George Orwell’s ‘Animal Farm’ For Netflix
The king of motion-capture will direct an adaptation of Orwell’s 1945 allegory about Stalinist Russia.
9 Awesome MoviePass Alternatives, From Paid Subscriptions to Free Ones
Just because MoviePass is dying doesn’t mean your moviegoing needs to. Here are the best alternatives, both paid and for free.
The Final Season of ‘Game of Thrones’ Will Air in the ‘First Half’ of 2019
HBO dropped some news about the final season of ‘Game of Thrones,’ the prequel series, the ‘Deadwood’ movie, and ‘Veep’ Season 7.
This Awesome ‘Harry Potter’ Hogwarts LEGO Set Is the Second-Biggest Set Ever
LEGO’s new bricked Hogwarts Castle is their second-biggest set ever, and it’s so darn cool.
‘American Horror Story’ Season 8 Gets an Official Title and Creepy Artwork
The end is coming, in good ol’ ‘American Horror Story’ fashion.
Wait, Wasn’t Meryl Streep’s Mom Dead in the First ‘Mamma Mia!’ Movie?
Cher plays Meryl Streep’s mom in the new ‘Mamma Mia!’ sequel, but she was very much dead in the first movie. Let’s investigate.
Millie Bobby Brown Tries To Make Contact in First ‘Godzilla: King of the Monsters’ Teaser
Millie Bobby Brown hears Godzilla’s roar in the first teaser trailer for sequel ‘King of the Monsters.’