Joined: Sep 28, 2018
Natalie Zamora is the Head of Content at FanSided Entertainment and the co-host of podcasts One Good Scare and Can I Steal You for a Second?. As part of the Minute Media team, her work can be found on Netflix Life, Hidden Remote, Winter is Coming, Mental Floss and more. She's an expert on horror and celebrity gossip, and loves a good true crime documentary.
Netflix has finally given fans what they've really been waiting for: a brand-new trailer.
You don't have to be a 'Star Wars' fan to understand who George Lucas is. The acclaimed filmmaker has been one of Hollywood's biggest names for more than 40 years now.
It's been less than a year since the cast of 'Friends' got together for their highly anticipated reunion on HBO Max.
Before he was a Hollywood A-lister, Oscar Isaac worked as a hospital orderly where his glamorous tasks included "bringing the deceased down to the morgue."
Netflix has finally announced that 'Stranger Things' season 4 will return in May 2022, but will be broken into two parts. The streamer also announced that the series's fifth season will be its last.
HBO Max's recent 'Friends' reunion was a hit with critics and fans—but don't expect there to be a follow-up.
'The Office' would have looked much different with Bob Odenkirk as Michael Scott, Adam Scott as Jim Halpert, and Seth Rogen as Dwight Schrute.
In Adam McKay's end-of-the-world satire 'Don't Look Up,' two scientists (Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence) attempt to warn the world that a giant comet is hurtling toward Earth at an alarming speed ... but nobody's listening.
A recent survey found that one in 10 people believed that Kit Harington's 'Game of Thrones' character Jon Snow was an actual historical figure. (He is not.)
The Fab Four wanted to try their hand at adapting the works of J.R.R. Tolkien back in 1968—unfortunately, the author wasn't looking to have a pop group bring Middle-earth to life.
Pam and Jim are the most iconic couple from 'The Office,' so it's no surprise that John Krasinski refused to shoot a scene that would feel untrue to their relationship.
In the 'Dexter' revival, the main character has traded Miami, Florida, for Iron Lake, New York. But does the snow-filled New England town really exist?