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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LeBron James May Produce a ‘Friday the 13th’ Reboot
Jason Voorhees may be back to steal the slasher box office crown from Michael Myers.
An Early Draft of the New ‘Halloween’ Script Originally Opened With Dr. Loomis’ Death
An early version of the new ‘Halloween’ script reveals how drastically it almost changed the first movie’s ending.
Listen to a 1979 Audience React to John Carpenter’s ‘Halloween’
Ever wonder what it would’ve been like to see the original ‘Halloween’ in theaters in the ‘70s? Now you can.
Will Smith Is a Genie In a Bottle in the First ‘Aladdin’ Teaser Poster
In Disney’s live-action ‘Aladdin’ teaser poster, Will Smith is (literally) a genie in a bottle baby.
Michael Jackson Once Pitched Playing James Bond, But a Bowl of Guacamole Ruined It
The King of Pop allegedly wanted to play James Bond once, but his pitch was ruined by… guacamole?
In ‘The Sisters Brothers’ and ‘Colette,’ Rebecca Root Paves a New Path For Trans Actors In Hollywood
In ‘The Sisters Brothers’ and ‘Colette,’ trans actress Rebecca Root tells us about playing two non-trans roles.
2018 Emmys: See the Full List of Winners and Nominees
Here’s the full list of winners and nominees from the 2018 Emmys, updated live.
‘A Star Is Born’ Review: Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga’s Mesmerizing Love Story
Bradley Cooper’s directorial debut may be a remake of a classic love story, but the Lady Gaga-led musical melodrama is just too good to resist.
‘The Happytime Murders’ Review: Melissa McCarthy Can’t Save the Worst Movie of the Summer
The R-rated Muppet comedy finds puppets having sex, doing drugs, watching porn, and so much more. Too bad none of it’s funny.
First Photos of Netflix’s Dark ‘Sabrina’ Reboot Are Certainly Very Dark
Kiernan Shipka’s ‘Sabrina the Teenage Witch’ visits a witchy ritual in the first photos of the Netflix series.