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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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.
‘The Incredibles 2’ Olympics TV Spots Tease New Footage
Get a peek at the action in ‘The Incredibles 2’ in new Olympics TV spots.
MoviePass Continues To Dominate as It Tops 2 Million Subscribers
In less than a month, MoviePass has earned over half a million subscribes alone.
Harvey Weinstein Uses Ben Affleck Email to Deny Rose McGowan’s Rape Allegation
The disgraced studio mogul has released an email from Ben Affleck to refute Rose McGowan’s rape allegation against Weinstein.
You Can No Longer Use Your MoviePass at These 10 AMC Theaters
MoviePass just suddenly cut ties with 10 AMC theaters in major cities.
‘Three Billboards,’ ‘This Is Us,’ and ‘Big Little Lies’ Win Big at the 2018 SAG Awards
The 2018 SAG Awards winners are in, with ‘Three Billboards,’ ‘Wonder Woman,’ and ‘Game of Thrones’ taking home the gold.
Mark Wahlberg Refused to Approve Christopher Plummer’s Getty Casting Unless He Was Paid
A new report reveals Mark Wahlberg vetoed Christopher Plummer’s recasting in ‘All the Money in the World’ unless he got paid millions.
Jennifer Lawrence Is a Killer Russian Spy in the New ‘Red Sparrow’ Trailer
Jennifer Lawrence is about to murder a bunch of bad dudes in the new spy thriller ‘Red Sparrow.’
How Every ‘Black Mirror’ Episode Is Connected In One Timeline
The latest season of ‘Black Mirror’ has enough Easter eggs to prove one major fan theory: the episodes exist in the same universe.
‘Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle’ Review: A Silly Body-Swap Comedy With Few Thrills
Dwayne Johnson, Jack Black, Karen Gillan, and Kevin Hart star in the sequel-reboot to 1995’s ‘Jumanji.’ But there’s few laughs and little suspense.