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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‘Bill & Ted 3’ May Not Actually Happen Now, According to Keanu Reeves
While a third ‘Bill & Ted’ was officially announced in May, Keanu Reeves says the film may not become a reality now.
‘IT: Chapter Two’ Has Found Its Adult Henry Bowers and Bill’s Wife Audra
The horror sequel to the Stephen King classic has cast two pivotal characters, including the adult bully, Henry Bowers.
‘The Nun’ From ‘The Conjuring’ Is Back To Haunt You In Creepy First Teaser Trailer
‘The Conjuring 2’ nun is back with her very own prequel, and she’s going to make you real terrified of the church.
‘Orange Is the New Black’ Gets a Season 6 Premiere Date and First Teaser
Finally, Netflix announces when ‘Orange Is the New Black’ returns.
Barack and Michelle Obama Sign Multi-Year Film and TV Deal With Netflix
Former POTUS and FLOTUS, Barack Obama and Michelle Obama, have partnered with Netflix to bring you a ton of new films and TV shows.
‘Zombieland 2’ Could Finally, Actually Arrive in 2019 With Original Cast
The screenwriters behind the original ‘Zombieland’ have great sequel news for fans of the zombie horror-comedy.
Damien Chazelle Shares First Look at Ryan Gosling’s Neil Armstrong in ‘First Man’
Ryan Gosling, Damien Chazelle and Claire Foy debuted the first look at the new Neil Armstrong biopic.
‘I Feel Pretty’ Review: Amy Schumer’s Casting Is the Least Of This Movie’s Problems
In ‘I Feel Pretty,’ Amy Schumer hits her head on a Soul Cycle bike and suddenly feels beautiful.
A Super Rare, Never-Before-Seen Cut of ‘The Shining’ Is Up For Auction
A massive Kubrick collection is up for auction, and it includes a longer cut of ‘The Shining’ with a never seen deleted scene.
Amy Poehler Is Making Her Directorial Debut With Netflix’s ‘Wine Country,’ and the Cast Is…
Seriously, this cast couldn’t be better, from Amy Poehler to Tina Fey, Rachel Dratch to Maya Rudolph.