Bohemian Rhapsody and Green Book were the big winners at the 76th annual Golden Globes Sunday night, picking up the awards for Best Picture in the Drama and Musical/Comedy categories, respectively. Hosted by former Globe winners Andy Samberg (in 2014 for Brooklyn Nine-Nine) and Sandra Oh (in 2006 for Grey’s Anatomy and again Sunday night for her […]

Comedian Kathy Griffin is sharing some sad news about her mom Maggie. Griffin took to Instagram Thursday night to share with her fans that her 98-year-old mother, who gathered a huge following as a result of her appearances on Griffin’s reality TV show My Life on The D List, is suffering from a rapid decline […]

In Alfonso Cuarón’s Oscar-winning sci-fi blockbuster Gravity, Sandra Bullock’s character makes radio contact with a male voice back on Earth just before the big climax of the film. We see her speaking with the character, who doesn’t speak English, and we hear a dog barking and baby crying. At the other end of that conversation […]

2018 was a banner movie year, with an abundance of exceptional films spanning multiple genres. The Reelness’ Ten Best Movies of 2018 includes thrillers, horror/sci-fi, dramas, a comedy, a documentary, a musical, a foreign language film, and a romance – a surprising amount of genre diversity! And a special shout out to Lucas Hedges, for […]

Although 2018 turned out to be a pretty good year for good movies, it turned out to be a pretty darn good year for bad movies, too!  2018 will be known as the year of the poorly done thriller, with that film genre dominating a whopping half of our ten spots on the list. Oh […]

Penny Marshall, the nasally, good natured star of the late 1970s hit TV series Laverne & Shirley, whose later career as a director included the hit films Big and A League of Their Own, died peacefully Monday night at her California home. She was 75. ”She passed away from complications from diabetes.” -Penny Marshall’s publicist Michelle […]

NBC’s Saturday Night Live had some fun with the currently host-less 2019 Oscar ceremony on its December 15th show, featuring a parody of celebrity auditions to replace Kevin Hart, who recently stepped down over anti-gay tweets he posted years ago. Take a look: The Oscars will take place in Los Angeles on Sunday, February 24th.