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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Anthony Bourdain, Chef, TV Personality and Writer, Dies at 61
The celebrated chef and host of ‘No Reservations’ and ‘Parts Unknown’ has died at age 61.
ABC Cancels ‘Roseanne’ Following Roseanne Barr’s ‘Repugnant’ Racist Tweet
After Roseanne Barr took aim at a former Obama advisor in a racist tweet, ABC has canceled her revival series.
Morgan Freeman Accused of Sexual Harassment and Inappropriate Behavior
The 80-year-old Oscar winner is the latest actor accused of various instances of inappropriate behavior and sexual harassment.
MoviePass Continues To Dominate as It Tops 2 Million Subscribers
In less than a month, MoviePass has earned over half a million subscribes alone.
Dwayne Johnson’s Super Bowl ‘Skyscraper’ Trailer Is Friggin’ Nuts
The Rock is ‘Mission: Impossible’ mode in the totally insane ‘Skyscraper’ trailer.
Weekend Box Office: ‘The Last Jedi’ Dominates With Second-Largest Opening Ever
‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ has the second biggest opening weekend at the box office of all time, following shortly behind ‘The Force Awakens.’
2018 Golden Globes Nominations Are Here
The nominees are in for the 2018 Golden Globes! See the list as we update it live.
Harvey Weinstein Has Been Kicked Out of Motion Picture Academy
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has voted to expel Harvey Weinstein from the award organization.
Donald Glover Makes Emmys History Winning Outstanding Lead Actor and Director in a Comedy …
Donald Glover became the first black director to win an Emmy for a Comedy Series, and the first black lead comedy actor to win in over 30 years.
2017 Emmys Nominations: 5 Major Snubs and 5 Amazing Surprises
The nominations are in for the 2017 Emmy Awards and there’s just as much to celebrate as there is to be disappointed about. The 2016-2017 TV season was a huge year for the small screen, reaching the peak-iest of peak TV. It was full of more new series than you could keep track of, diverse cas…