Fine, KFC, You Win: We Will Have Sex With Colonel Sanders
The chicken chain's thirsty marketing has finally worn us down. We agree to smash the 11 herbs and spices out of the colonel's buttered biscuits.
'Hustlers' Is a Brilliant, Nuanced Romp About Making Money Moves
The Jennifer Lopez and Constance Wu crime drama is a compelling morality tale that plumbs the depths of the measures women take to survive.
Everyone Back Off and Let Flume Eat Some Burning Man Ass
What happens between one person's mouth and another person's butthole and a crowd of Burning Man attendees is their business.
Netflix's 'Between Two Ferns' Movie Trailer Is Here and It Looks Bananas
Zach Galafianakis has adapted his Funny or Die web series into a feature-length movie, and it's somehow even more ridiculous.
25 TV Shows That Should Have Ended Sooner
'The Office,' 'Big Little Lies,' 'Game of Thrones,' and 'Dawson's Creek' all tarnished their legacies by lasting far too long.
Lindsay Lohan Makes Her Triumphant Return to Music With a Song Called 'Xanax'
The 'Masked Singer Australia' judge is back with her first song in 11 years.
You Need to Read 'American Spy,' the Obama-Approved Spy Novel That's the Anti-James Bond
Lauren Wilkinson's debut novel is a time-hopping thriller that examines Harlem's gentrification and the experience of Black women.
Hollywood Is Failing Miserably at Latinx Representation, Study Shows
A report by USC's Annenberg Inclusion Initiative found a severe lack of Latinx characters and actors in film.
Watch the Trailer for 'Top Boy,' Drake's Netflix Drug Drama
The rapper teamed up with Future to resurrect the series that chronicles London's gritty drug market.
Who the Hell Is Sebastian Maniscalco?
He's the host of this year's MTV Video Music Awards, but also... whomst?
Who the Hell Are the Chrisleys?
An in-depth explainer on the reality TV stars being indicted for tax evasion and accused of extorting their daughter with a sex tape—and that's not even the half of it.
Ten Years Later, the Nazi-Killing Gore of 'Inglorious Basterds' Resonates More Than Ever
While Quentin Tarantino's Holocaust revenge film may not be historically accurate, it's hard not to revel in its barbarity.