It was truly a nail-biter: which vice-presidential candidate would the GOP declare the winner of tonight’s debate? Mike Pence? Mike Pence? Mike Pence? Tim Kaine’s skin, draped haphazardly over Mike Pence, peering out from beneath?
Just like Billy Crystal in When Harry Met Sally, some people like to read the last page of the book first ("That way, in case I die before I finish, I know how it ends," Harry tells Sally). For some, it makes it easier to get through a story knowing what you're going to end up with. Not everybody can handle the stress…
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Nothing angers online fans quite like an improperly labeled spoiler, as many people think a story will be ruined if they find out beforehand that the hero manages to triumph over the forces of evil. However, a new study challenges the necessity of the "spoiler alert." According to the researchers, I actually enjoyed …
A friend of the late author Stieg Larsson claims that he's read the unpublished manuscript for the fourth book of the Millennium series, and shared plot details with a Swedish newspaper. From the Hollywood Reporter:
These people are so upset that we might not see the bloody birth scene in Breaking Dawn that they've filmed their own. The vampire bachelor party is a nice touch.
If you're excited about Tuesday's premiere of the sixth and final season of Lost, you can catch the first four minutes of it in this clip. What happened when Juliet slammed that rock into the nuke? Click and see!
This weekend, I was at Hamlet and an elderly woman in the next row whispered loudly, "do Hamlet and Ophelia get married?" A rarity in our spoiler-troubled times! Lately, spoiler alerts - or lack thereof - have been raising hackles:
"Bob Elston and one of his friends took their 11-year-old sons [to Hooters] after their Saturday morning football game...the well-intentioned dads saw the outing as a way to demystify sex to see how the boys conducted themselves around women." [NPR]
Sex and the City premiered in London yesterday and the reviews — and spoilers — are rolling in. So far, the responses to the film are mixed. Fox News loved it, the Times of London gave it two stars out of five, and everyone, including The Sun, thinks that, clocking in at over two hours, the movie is way too long for a…