Matthew McConaughey's shift into dramatic, increasingly-haggard roles continues post-Dallas Buyers Club with True Detective, HBO's new anthology series that, for its first chapter, casts McConaughey and Woody Harrelson as [true] detectives in a 17-year battle against a Louisiana serial killer. Jane Eyre and Sin Nombre's Cary Fukunaga stylishly directs the eight-episode run, and as we've already seen with the first trailer, it looks pret-ty good. Here's another preview to reaffirm that, yes, a Matthew McConaughey-Woody Harelson series is, somehow, both really promising and not a stoner buddy comedy.
When we last saw the girls of Girls at the end of season 2, Hannah had contracted the flesh-eating bacteria, Marnie built a submarine, and Jessa and Shoshanna had horrifically fused into a single, giant, grotesque girl nervous about a new job. Sadly, Lena Dunham appears to have... / Continue →
Dancing! Impressions! Sitting in a stool in a corner, solemnly lit by a single spotlight! He may be a rage-filled violent criminal, but you give Mike Tyson a one-man show, he sure does deliver a one-man show. We've sadly missed out on seeing such a thing in person, but HBO is b... / Continue →
The release dates for Wes Anderson's The Grand Budapest Hotel, some big HBO series, and another fucking Justin Bieber movie have been revealed. Let's take a look.... / Continue →