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Todd Gilchrist is a Los Angeles-based film critic and entertainment journalist with more than 20 years’ experience for dozens of print and online outlets, including Variety, The Hollywood Reporter, Birth.Movies.Death and Nerdist.
From anachronistic rock songs in 'Moulin Rouge!' to various versions of Bob Dylan in 'I'm Not There,' the 2000s were a very good time for movie music.
The affable actor takes a Zen approach to his career, alternating smaller parts with event films like the 'John Wick' and 'Matrix' franchises. He also may have married Winona Ryder by accident.
Since 1932, 'The Mummy' has been one of Universal Studios’s most successful and enduring franchises—and the 1999 version starring Brendan Fraser and Rachel Weisz was no exception.
In 1997, the first Harry Potter book was published in the U.K., 'Titanic' arrived in theaters, and you probably had Hanson's "MMMBop" stuck in your head—whether you liked it or not.
From its first steps out of the primordial sludge of the ARPANET days to its current role as a vessel for cat videos and Netflix, we're taking a look at just some of the most important moments in internet history.
Since its premiere in November 2019, Disney+ has consistently provided Disneyphiles with a nonstop stream of amazing content, including classic animated and live action films, original programming, and some delightful obscurities from the studio’s vault.
'MacGruber,' the 'MacGyver'-inspired send-up of 1980s action movies, transformed a one-joke Saturday Night Live sketch into one of the best smart-dumb comedies of the last two decades.
'Terminator 2: Judgment Day' remains even a miracle of ingenuity, hard work and of course deep, deep pockets.
You may not remember some of these songs from the films for which they were recorded; you may have forgotten about some of these songs (or movies) entirely. But each one captures a very specific moment in the life cycle of the films, the artists, the deca
From Beyoncé to Baby Yoda, the past 20 years have been jam-packed with moments that will long live in the memory of pop culture enthusiasts.
After 36 seasons, MTV's 'The Challenge' is a reality television institution: No television show has pitted more former, current, or future TV stars against one another.
Contemporary music has become a constantly expanding repository of classics whose origins sprung up from their most painful and profound experiences, the relationships that dominated portions of the artists’ lives, or just chance encounters that lodged in