E. Oliver Whitney is a senior editor at ScreenCrush. When not talking Game of Thrones theories or waiting for the next Terrence Malick film, Oliver is probably having an SVU marathon. Oliver was formerly an entertainment editor at Huff Post and has written for Variety, New York magazine, Indiewire, Moviefone, and Backstage.
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Sylvester Stallone Has a New Cowboy Look In the First Photos From ‘Rambo 5’
Sylvester Stallone’s John Rambo is looking mighty different these days.
Michael Jackson Once Pitched Playing James Bond, But a Bowl of Guacamole Ruined It
The King of Pop allegedly wanted to play James Bond once, but his pitch was ruined by… guacamole?
‘Bad Boys 3’ Is Probably, Finally Happening and Has a Potential Release Date
After years and years of delays, Will Smith and Martin Lawrence may finally be back for real this time.
David Harbour Is Very Buff and Very Red In the New ‘Hellboy’ Reboot Poster
Sheriff Hopper is looking red, buff, and scary as hell (heh) in the new ‘Hellboy’ reboot.
Weekend Box Office: ‘Night School’ Schools the Competition, Lands at Number One
The Tiffany Haddish and Kevin Hart comedy landed at number one, while the weekend brought big news for ‘The Nun’ and ‘Crazy Rich Asians.’
Go On a Wild Ride With Taron Egerton’s Elton John in the First ‘Rocketman’ Trailer
The ‘Kingsman’ star is behind the piano in first magical trailer for the Elton John musical.
New Trailer for Jonah Hill’s ‘Mid90s’ Will Make You Wanna Skateboard Through L.A.
Jonah Hill makes his directorial debut with ‘Mid90s,’ and the new trailer will make you wanna grab a board and skate through L.A.
The 2018 Oscars Director Used His Emmys Speech to Propose To His Girlfriend
A real marriage proposal just happened live at the Emmys.... by the director of the Oscars.
Weekend Box Office: ‘The Predator’ Dominates, But With A Record-Breaking Low
‘The Predator’ may have topped the box office, but its debut was so low it unseated ‘The Mummy’ for a record-breaking low.
The Biggest Surprises and Disappointments of TIFF 2018
From Gaspar Noe’s wild acid trip to Timothee Chalamet’s addiction drama, these were the highs and lows of the 2018 Toronto Film Festival.