Joined: Apr 12, 2015
Rebecca Pahle is a New York City-based entertainment journalist and part-time Sith Lord. Currently the Assistant Editor/Staff Writer at Film Journal International, her previous places of editorial employment include The Mary Sue and MovieMaker Magazine. You can find her freelance work at Pajiba, Phactual, and Nerd Approved.
Peter Jackson's sprawling adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien's 'Lord of the Rings' is a perennial favorite among fans, but it could have looked much different.
Clara Bow, one of the earliest megastars of the silent film era, is famous for being Hollywood’s first “It Girl.” But there’s a lot more to Bow’s dramatic life than bobbed hair and flapper couture.
Why have one TV show when you can have two? And why just have a plain old TV crossover when you can have a really weird TV crossover?
The real life of Lana Turner, the ice-blonde goddess of the silver screen, was as dramatic and tragic as that of any of the heroines she ever played onscreen.
HBO’s 'Watchmen' explores what the world looks like 30-plus years after the events of Alan Moore and Dave Gibbon's famed graphic novel. But that doesn't mean you won't find plenty of hidden references to the comic's 1980s setting.
Disney: Known for catchy songs, cute animal sidekicks, brave Princesses … and occasionally scarring children for life.
Nearly 25 years after the release of their first feature film, Pixar is still going strong, creating animated movies that stir critics and audiences alike on a regular basis.
No one’s perfect all the time. Whether it’s a stray coffee cup or a time-traveling Colonel Sanders, sometimes TV shows have things popping up where—and when—they shouldn’t.
George R.R. Martin may have a reputation for killing off characters, but let’s not downplay the homicidal tendencies of 'Game of Thrones' showrunners D.B. Weiss and Davis Benioff.
We can't promise you'll see a dragon, but you will get an up-close look at some of the real-life locations featured in HBO's 'Game of Thrones.'
Unaired pilots. Actor switcheroos. Abandoned storylines. Internet spoilers. Divorce threats. The world behind-the-scenes of 'Game of Thrones' is just as intriguing as the series itself.