A Jeopardy! contestant has gone viral after he couldn’t identify the Golden State Warriors’ team logo. Not only does GSW boast a fresh championship win, they’ve got the unstoppable and totally lovable Stephen Curry leading them in yet another jaw-dropping season.
Means nothing to this guy, though. See for yourself above.
Selma actor Stephan James will star alongside Sanaa Lathan in a new series that will look at the consequences of racially charged police shootings. Set in a small town in Tennessee and titled Shots Fired, James will play a special prosecutor and Lathan, an “expert investigator who digs into cases,” Variety reports.
In a brand new trailer for Finding Dory, the sweet blue tang fish realizes she has a family while learning about migration with stingrays. “I miss them,” Dory exclaims before beginning her search in the deep blue ocean. Along the way to her parents, she meets old friends and tries to avoid humans. Check out the clip about the forgetful fish above.
If anyone can make curse words sweet, it’s Jennifer Garner.
The beautiful mom reads a bedtime story in the Vanity Fair video above, and even though it features lines like “Go the fuck to sleep” and “I know you’re not thirsty, that’s bullshit – you’re lying,” with Jennifer’s voice, it’s still the sweetest story we’ve heard in a long time. Listen to her rendition of Adam Mansbach’s Go The Fuck To Sleep above.
Move it, football head!
One of our favorite childhood shows, Hey Arnold!, is set to return as a two-part TV movie, alongside another Nick fan-favorite, Legends of the Hidden Temple, which will also get the reboot treatment. According to Hypebeast, here’s what we know so far:
In “Hidden Temple,” three siblings must conquer a series of obstacles to remain alive, mirroring the theme of the original game show. The TV movie, slated to appear in the fourth quarter of 2016, will nod to other elements from the original show, including Olmec, a talking head who knows the secrets behind the temple; the Steps of Knowledge, the entrance to the temple and launching pad for the mission; and cameos from a green monkey, red jaguar and silver snakes, among others. Isabela Moner, known from her role on Nick’s “100 Things to Do Before High School,” will star. The TV movie is directed by Joe Menendez and written by Jonny Umansky, Zach Hyatt, and Alex Reid. The “Arnold” movies are slated to appear in 2017.
We’ve got a feeling this is going to be epic.
High School Musical will get a fourth big screen installment, Disney confirms.
“High School Musical is part of Disney Channel’s DNA. It embodies all that we stand for,” said Gary Marsh, President and Chief Creative Officer, Disney Channels Worldwide. “As a way of continuing to embrace that heritage, we’re excited to announce ‘the start of something new’ — as we launch a search for a new class of East High Wildcats to star in a fourth installment of the High School Musical franchise.”
Let the search begin.
Frank no longer cares about us in the same way. The only to-the-camera conversation in the first six episodes of the fourth season comes while he’s making a sandwich, and it feels like it’s only there because Frank has nothing better to do. And if Frank doesn’t care about us, I find that I don’t care about him. Go ahead, Frank. Run roughshod over one-dimensional rivals with no interior lives. Just don’t expect me to invest in either success or failure.
The problem is compounded when Frank’s amoral behavior isn’t creative, ambitious or fun, as was the case through almost the entire third season. It was an entire season about Doug’s (Michael Kelly) rehab, a generic global political crisis, the introduction of a suitably dour political rival for Frank and making Frank so awful that the only suspense as the finale approached was whether Claire (Robin Wright) would kill him or leave him.
Ouch. Read his review in full here.