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The Hollywood Read

Jan 31, 2019

The Bryan Singer expose finally arrived, published by The Atlantic after Esquire, or rather, Hearst Communications, declined to release it. Alex French and Maximillan Potter put a year's worth of work into connecting the dots and laying out the trail of human destruction strewn in Bryan Singer's wake. We discuss the...


Jan 24, 2019

In 1989, Spike Lee's masterpiece Do the Right Thing premiered at Cannes, kicking off a year of controversy. Film critics blamed any potential race riots on Lee, the Cannes jury awarded Steven Soderbergh's sex lies and videotape the Palme d'Or, something Spike Lee is still salty about, and then in 1990 came a truly...


Jan 17, 2019

Gerard Butler is a fascinating actor. He's made a career mostly out of B-movie schlock, has garnered a large and loyal following, has jump-started at least one, maybe two, original-idea franchises, and he does it all for less than half what a superhero movie costs. He doesn't seem overly concerned with his reputation as...


Jan 10, 2019

Aquaman is a hit. A giant hit, bigger than any DC movie since The Dark Knight trilogy. So...now what? This week we take a look at Aquaman, the silliest superhero ever made, and what it means for DC going forward. They might not be totally out of the woods yet, but they've had a couple legit hits now, and they seem to...