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Film Review: Fred Durst’s The Fanatic Fails John Travolta

The Pitch: John Travolta is Moose. He’s a street performer in La La Land. He’s also a manic obsessive without a support system. (To be exact, the film never puts a diagnosis on his behavior, but he’s clearly unstable.) During the day, he puts on a cockney accent, a constable costume, and a twirled moustache

Father John Misty debuts his unreleased A Star Is Born track: Watch

Last fall, A Star is Born captivated mass audiences, and it’s still a heavy presence in mainstream pop culture. From Bradley Cooper and Irina Shayk’s divorce announcement last week, which has been partially attributed to the hit flick, to regular covers of its soundtrack, it seems that the obsession over the remake isn’t going anywhere. Now,

R.I.P. John Singleton, director of Boyz n the Hood and Poetic Justice, has died at 51

John Singleton, Oscar-nominated director of Boyz n the Hood, Poetic Justice, and Higher Learning, has passed away at the age of 51. “John passed away peacefully, surrounded by his family and friends. We want to thank the amazing doctors at Cedars-Sinai Hospital for their expert care and kindness and we again want thank all of

John Cho to play Spike Spiegel in Netflix’s upcoming live-action Cowboy Bebop series

The arm of Cowboy Bebop has extended over American pop culture for so long now that seeing a live-action version actually start to come together feels almost surreal. In 2001, Bebop became the first anime series to be broadcast on Adult Swim, and would prove boundlessly influential on a great deal of what followed there. More broadly, popular stories

Elton John biopic will be rated R for sex and drug scenes

The Freddie Mercury biopic Bohemian Rhapsody depicted a sanitized version of the singer’s life, largely omitting his homosexuality and battle with AIDS from its storyline. The same won’t be the case for the upcoming Elton John biopic Rocketman. The film, which is expected to receive an “R” rating, will include an “intimate love scene” between Taron Egerton,

Dream Theater’s John Petrucci on Rush: “That was the band that changed everything”

With the recent realization that Rush are no longer an active band, fans and musicians alike are reflecting on the legacy of the legendary prog-rock group. In a new interview with Heavy Consequence, Dream Theater guitarist John Petrucci shares his thoughts on Rush and what the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame act’s music meant

Comedian of the Year: John Mulaney Stayed Sharp in Uneven Times

2018 has been a great comedy year, even if it’s also been a pretty weird time to try and do comedy at all. After all, where do you find humor when the world seems to be on the verge of collapse for any number of reasons, social and political and geographic alike? For John Mulaney,