Things We Saw Today: Annie Murphy of Schitt’s Creek Joins Kevin Can F— Himself

Cindy Ord/Getty Images for SiriusXM While we’re still so sad that Schitt’s Creek is coming to an end soon, we can’t wait for whatever brilliant things the cast takes on next. And for our favorite influencer turned PR maven (or would that be raven, given how the Crows Have Eyes 3 premiere went?) Alexis Rose

Things We Saw Today: Rick Moranis Will Return for Honey, I Shrunk The Kids Sequel

(image: Disney) When I was growing up, there was a brief moment when in my mind the biggest movie star in the world had to be Rick Moranis. He was everywhere. Ghostbusters, Little Shop of Horrors, Spaceballs, and of course the iconic film Honey, I Shrunk the Kids. So, the news today the Moranis is basically

Things We Saw Today: The Hamilton Film Is Coming to Theaters … in 2021

Image: Theo Wargo/WireImage Less than a week after we were reminded of the existence of a professionally filmed and edited version of the hit Pulitzer and Tony-winning musical Hamilton, we finally – FINALLY – know when we’ll be able to actually watch the “HamilFilm.” Disney presents: Hamilton. With The Original Broadway Cast. Filmed onstage at

Things We Saw Today: #JusticeForHan in The Fast and the Furious Has Finally Paid Off!

An injustice was done when Fast and Furious: Tokyo Drift killed fan-favorite character Han Lue (Sung Kang). This event had people asking for Justice for Han ever since, especially when his murderer Deckard Shaw (Jason Statham) ended up being part of the crew. Well now the evil has been defeated, and justice has been done. THAT

Things We Saw Today: Netflix Releases The Witcher Soundtrack With Picture-Perfect Album Notes

Netflix finally released the official soundtrack for The Witcher, and they had a lot of fun with the release announcement. Unlike the show’s normally dark high fantasy marketing look, the streaming network gave fans the light-hearted Easter eggs we deserve. The bard’s greatest ballads finally all in one place. The Witcher Soundtrack Vol. 1 available

Things We Saw Today: Now The Witcher’s “The Song of the White Wolf” Gets an Awesome Metal Cover Treatment

Brazilian musician Dan Vasc is back with another metal spin on music from The Witcher, which means we’re probably not going to listen to anything else for the rest of the week. Dan Vasc’s metal cover of “Toss a Coin to Your Witcher” is my favorite version of the song from the Netflix series—a song that

Things We Saw Today: Issa Rae and Kumail Nanjiani Are The Lovebirds

It is time to crown Issa Rae the new romcom queen, because within a few months, she is going to have two entries into the genre, with The Photograph in February and a new film called The Lovebirds, which comes out April 3rd. The trailer for the latter just released, and the internet is already

Things We Saw Today: The Federation Has Become “Isolationist” in Star Trek: Picard

A new profile of Jean-Luc Picard himself, Sir Patrick Stewart, provides us with juicy new information about CBS All-Access’s upcoming Star Trek: Picard as well as Stewart in a stunning red suit. What more could we ask for? Although many of the finer details about Star Trek: Picard are still under wraps, the Variety cover story on

Things We Saw Today: Knives Out Sequel Is Already in the Works According to Rian Johnson

Knives Out is no doubt a success. In a world where most films are remakes, sequels, or reboots, to have a film based on an original story make so much money with so many big stars is a real tribute to writer/director Rian Johnson. Anyone who thought his career might be “over” after The Last

Things We Saw Today: Final Trailer for Steven Moffat’s Dracula Has Us Asking, “Who Is This For?”

Sorry if I’m feeling a little bi-homicidal about this Dracula miniseries trailer, but watching it just made me feel confused. Who is this Dracula for? We’ve had so many adaptations of Bram Stoker’s classic vampire tale that I fail to see why we need one without something boldly new to say. The tagline for the upcoming