Dr. Robert Redfield, Director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention speaks while U.S. President Donald Trump listens during the daily briefing of the coronavirus task force at the White House on April 22, 2020 in Washington, DC. Drew Angerer | Getty Images Public health specialists and the medical community are criticizing the Trump
This pandemic is bringing a lot of heartache with it, but it’s also bringing candid celebrity interviews and cast reunions. It’s pretty great to see the cast members of your favorite old shows getting together, drinking wine and cocktails on Zoom, and chatting from their living rooms. Celebrities actually are just like us right now.
The latest DC animated feature, Superman: Man of Tomorrow is part of the DC FanDome festivities. Following the success of the first event a few weeks ago, DC is back with another day full of programming, highlighting upcoming movies, TV shows, comic books and more. In this case, Warner Bros. is allowing fans to stream
Big Brother barely managed to film a season during the COVID-19 pandemic, but Survivor is not as lucky. While many CBS scripted and unscripted series are heading back into production, Inside Survivor is reporting that the reality series may not be able to film its next cycle until the spring. In turn, this means that
Electric Lit relies on contributions from our readers to help make literature more exciting, relevant, and inclusive. Please support our work by becoming a member today, or making a one-time donation here. . Sigrid Nunez’s latest novel, What Are You Going Through?, explores the rich interior life of a narrator whose name we never learn.
Microsoft has called Apple’s revised App Store guidelines for streaming services “a bad experience.” Apple was forced to revise its App Store guidelines revolving around game streaming services like Microsoft’s xCloud or Google’s Stadia making their way to iOS or iPadOS. The Cupertino giant has allowed such services on its App Store, but with major
A photographer takes a picture of the thermometer reading 132 degrees Fahrenheit (55.5 Celsius) at the Furance Creek Visitors Station in Death Valley National Park, California, August 17, 2020. David Becker | Reuters The U.S. this summer has experienced stifling hot temperatures that have set all-time records and put millions of people under excessive heat
Gal Gadot stars as Wonder Woman in Warner Bros. “Wonder Woman 1984.” Warner Bros. The movie theater industry is in trouble. “Tenet” was supposed to relaunch the U.S. box office, to prove that Americans are confident in coronavirus safety measures and eager to return to cinemas. It didn’t. The muted opening weekend of the Warner
A COVID-19 vaccine would likely not be an immediate, complete solution to Broadway’s woes, suggests Dr. Anthony Fauci, who noted in an interview this week that it could take a year of reliable vaccine usage before theatergoers could safely attend shows without masks. Fauci issued the warning during a 30-minute Instagram Live chat with actress
HELSINKI — Launch of a Kuaizhou-1A satellite carrying a remote sensing satellite ended in failure following liftoff from Jiuquan Saturday. The Kuaizhou-1A solid rocket lifted off from a transporter erector launcher at Jiuquan in the Gobi Desert at 01:02 a.m. Eastern Saturday. Amateur footage of the apparent launch appeared on Chinese social media shortly after.
Former national security adviser Michael Flynn exits a vehicle as he arrives for his sentencing hearing at U.S. District Court in Washington, December 18, 2018. Jonathan Ernst | Reuters A former federal judge said in a court filing Friday that the Justice Department’s unusual effort to dismiss its prosecution of former national security advisor Michael
Play video content Exclusive Piece of The Pie is a new TMZ franchise, showcasing amazingly talented people of color who have had trouble making their mark in the entertainment industry. Our goal here is to raise awareness on behalf of marginalized voices and creators — people who have great stories to tell — and make
Connecticut prosecutor Nora R. Dannehy gets into a cab as she leaves the Law offices of Patton & Boggs after interviewing Karl Rove May 15, 2009 in Washington, DC. Mark Wilson | Getty Images A top prosecutor in the probe into the origins of the investigation of President Donald Trump and Russian interference in the
To understand ballroom culture is to know the inner workings of the house. In the ball community, “houses” refer to the collective group of individual performers. They are typically presided over by a central figure called mother and named after high-fashion brands or pioneering figures. But very rarely do said fashion labels collaborate with the
Ever since it was reported last year that Hocus Pocus was finally getting a sequel in development at Disney+, fans have been wondering if all three of the original Sanderson Sisters would be returning for the project. Played by Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Kathy Najimy, each actress has publicly noted an interest in
Being a teenager is a complicated web of emotions. With teenage dramas filled with more cliches as the years have passed, We Are Who We Are is here to prove that there is still life left in the genre. It makes sense, then, that Call Me By Your Name director Luca Guadagnino is behind the