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  1. celebrity
    See Cynthia Nixon in Conversation in Los AngelesAt the Vulture Festival.
  2. tv review
    Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Season 4 Beats the OddsShows like CXG rarely get onto mainstream TV, much less sustain their concept over the long haul.
  3. tv
    Vulture Is Making a Weekly Awards Show for TruTVWhat if there was an award show that celebrated each and every week in popular culture?
  4. @TrumpComedyNerd’s Official Statement on Splitsider’s Move to VultureEarlier this year, we announced that Splitsider was acquired by Vulture and that we were working together to launch a new and expanded comedy […]
  5. A Note About Splitsider Since Splitsider launched in 2010, the goal of our tiny island on the internet has been simple: to keep you up to date on all the best comedy […]
  6. funny business
    Vulture Just Got a Whole Lot FunnierSplitsider.com has had a significant influence on our approach to comedy journalism, which is why we’re so excited to have acquired it.
  7. How Black Panther Crafted Erik Killmonger’s Compelling Arc“The best villains are the ones who have a point of view you can relate to,” explains co-writer Joe Robert Cole.
  8. Why I Couldn’t Stop Watching the New Queer EyeIt’s a show about men trying to fix masculinity.
  9. Crooked House Is a Divertingly Twisty, Over-the-Top Agatha Christie AdaptationWorth it for Gillian Anderson’s wig alone.
  10. Chillwave Is Back … or Is It?The short-lived subgenre that promoted lazy days and good vibes is back, but maybe it never quite left.
  11. overnights
    Orange Is the New Black Recap: Ready for Any and All ThingsThe riot has everyone in Litchfield grasping for power.
  12. Join Vulture’s Game of Thrones Season 6 Finale LiveblogSunday night at 9 p.m.
  13. Celebrity Fans and Former ‘Colbert Report’ Guests Say Goodbye to ‘Stephen […]After nine years on the air, The Colbert Report ends its run on Comedy Central this Thursday. To celebrate all the wonderful things Colbert has […]
  14. Watch Aimee Mann and Ted Leo Cover a Bunch of Sitcom Theme Songs Vulture had music duo The Both (Aimee Mann and Ted Leo) into the studio to record a medley of really depressing sitcom theme songs, including […]
  15. quiz
    Quiz: Which Gabrielle Union Is Older?Because she doesn’t appear to be aging.
  16. last night on late night
    Last Night on Late Night: Jay Leno Sported a Mustache for His Lost Bet to Jimmy FallonPlus: A Burmese python crushed Conan’s arm, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
  17. parties
    Tonight, Vulture and Bravo Are Buying You Drinks in New YorkWe’re having a party at the Maritime Hotel.
  18. contests
    Win VIP Tickets to Beyoncé’s Good Morning America PerformanceOnce again, it’s haiku time.
  19. upfronts 2011
    Jay-Z Has a Development Deal With Adult SwimHe joins Odd Future and Major Lazer as an Adult Swim partner.
  20. announcement
    ‘Like’ Vulture on Facebook!A humble suggestion.
  21. ESPN Gives Bill Simmons His Very Own Sports and Pop-Culture SiteHe stole our Lane Brown!
  22. New York Magazine, and Daily Intel, Now Consumable in iPad FormWelcome to the future. Please check your jet pack at the door.
  23. the big reveal
    Welcome to the New Vulture!Take a look around.
  24. Costume Designer: Wall Street Wardrobe ‘Not 100 Percent Rooted in Reality’It’s a movie. We’re telling a story in a movie.”
  25. Senator Spends 40 Seconds at Kagan Hearings Talking About Twilight for Some ReasonElena Kagan doesn’t care for it at all.
  26. ask vulture
    Vulture’s Guide to Casting Movie VillainsWho should play your bad guy: Jackie Earle Haley, Mark Strong, Mickey Rourke, or Hugo Weaving?
  27. President Obama Seems a Little Bit Jealous of Justin BieberThe most important person at the White House today is not the president.
  28. LL Cool J Cut From Sarah Palin’s Show in Sassiest Way PossibleFox News mocks Mr. Cool J’s acting career and devotion to inspiration.
  29. Artist Who Made Painting for Goldman Sachs Harbors No Ill Will Toward the FirmI don’t see it as an evil institution.”
  30. Couple Who Made Movie About Their Relationship Bored of Talking About Their RelationshipA pair of twentysomething New Yorkers make a movie about their open relationship.
  31. Casting for the Brighton Beach Version of Jersey Shore Is Going AwesomelyThey have found their Vinny!
  32. Bill O’Reilly’s Worst Nightmare*If Jay-Z were president …
  33. John McCain Accuses Opponent of Insulting Fictional Alien RaceMaverick move No. 1,503: Defending the Na’vi.
  34. Axl Rose: 48-Year-Old SocialiteAxl Rose is back in the ring.
  35. Forget Oliver Stone: The Good Guy Will Show You the Real Wall StreetWith some kissing scenes with the girl from the ‘Gilmore Girls’ interspersed, obviously.
  36. Everything Comes Easier to Jay-ZAll he has to do is swear and the room erupts into laughter.
  37. Quinnipiac University to Warn Its Delicate Flowers Away From Sex Pervert David LettermanWe will have a discussion with those in charge of placing our interns at the David Letterman show in the future,” the Connecticut college says.
  38. announcements
    Vulture.com!Vulture.com now redirects to Vulture.
  39. Video: Lawyer Asks Jeffrey Epstein If His Wang Is Indeed ‘Egg-Shaped’Good gravy.
  40. twitchy
    Vulture Coins Lost Nickname!“Welcome to the meeting, Twitchy.”
  41. vulture reading room
    The Vulture Reading Room: The Blunt-Force Assault of Humor in WetlandsThe discussion between a roundtable of literary luminaries over ‘Wetlands’ is, sadly, coming to an end.
  42. vulture
    The Vulture Reading Room: In Defense of WetlandsIn his latest dispatch, Sam Anderson defends Charlotte Roche’s novel after making one small concession: “Roche is a black hole of literary talent.”
  43. Chuck Klosterman on the ‘Difference Between Hipsters and Retards’We admit it: We harbor a secret crush on Chuck Klosterman. He has a nerdy hotness about him not unlike what Natalie Portman must have seen in Moby. We even almost joined the Facebook group “If Chuck Klosterman spit in my face, I’d stop taking showers,” but then we promised our career counselor we wouldn’t. Er, anyway, last night we went to the Highline Ballroom for a reading of his upcoming novel, Downtown Owl (even though we found it a little hard to follow). Over the course of the next half hour, we learned a few things about our little demigod: • Chuck used to have a few nicknames back in the day: Curtains (after a pair of unfortunate sweatpants his mom made him), Facehead (also interchangeable with Headface), and Joaquin Andujar. • Chuck does not think that rock and roll is dead. In fact, he thinks “it is pretty good right now.” • No one ever has sex in Chuck’s books because he identifies more with people being rejected. • Chuck is going to be teaching in Germany for fourteen weeks and what he will miss most is his girlfriend. We raised our hand to ask a question. So, how do nerdy guys get chicks? “Well,” Chuck said, “it’s like this. You used to be able to tell the difference between hipsters and homeless people. Now, it’s between hipsters and retards. I mean, either that guy in the corner in orange safety pants holding a protest sign and wearing a top hat is mentally disabled or he is the coolest fucking guy you will ever know.” And in that moment, nerdy Chuck Klosterman got just a little bit hotter. —Lauren Salazar
  44. ‘Gossip Girl’ Will Return Before the Summer!If you’re wondering what’s going to happen now that the strike is over, head over to Vulture’s Poststrike Encyclopedia. They have a complete roster of what shows are coming back and when and how. And as far as we’re concerned, the best news is that Gossip Girl will be back to complete its season before the summer! They still have 9 of their 22 planned episodes to go. It will be back in April and might complete all the rest of the hour-long shows going into the summer. Guess what that means? Months more coverage of the Greatest Show of Our Time! And up to nine more exhaustive episode recaps! That’s okay, take a minute to revel in your own joy. We’d write more, but we think we just blacked out. Vulture’s Poststrike Encyclopedia: When Will My Show Be Back? [Vulture]
  45. Jay-Z: From Marcy to Madison AvenueJay-Z has been shilling brand names in songs and commercials for his entire life. But now that he’s retired from Def Jam, he’s decided he might as well make a career of it. The Times this morning reports that the rapper-mogul formerly known as Shawn Carter is partnering in a new ad agency, Translation Advertising. An offshoot of Translation Consultation and Brand Imaging, overseen by Interpublic, the agency will help mainstream advertisers like Hewlett-Packard and McDonald’s be cooler about dealing with the consumers the Times alternatingly calls “minority,” “multicultural,” and “urban.” “There are people who don’t understand the culture,” Hova told the Times, referring to a cell phone commercial “that shows guys break dancing in the phone store … not something we do.” The work, Hova told the Times, is “part of the natural growth” of his career. Now, if only Fergie and Gwen Stefani would transition already. A New Venture for Jay-Z, on Madison Avenue [NYT]
  46. NewsFeed
    Giant Cardboard Tubes of Farm Crops Coming to Art Museum At Grub Street, we generally only encounter natural, growing things when they arrive dead, on our plates, at restaurants. But P.S. 1, unlike us, has committed to growing crops along the locavore model. In giant cardboard tubes. As part of an installation. You’ll understand when you read about it on Vulture. P.S. 1 Young Architect Winners Would Like You to Eat Cabbage This Summer [Vulture] Related: Video: My Empire of Dirt
  47. RIP Hilly Kristal Hilly Kristal, like his legendary East Village rock club, CBGB, is dead; he succumbed to lung cancer this morning at the age of 75. But, thanks to the magic of recordings and photos and video and especially YouTube, Kristal, like CBGB, will live on. Our colleagues at Vulture dug up a YouTube clip of the Ramones at CBGB in 1977, and they present it as a tribute to Kristal, his club, and the bands he nurtured in its heyday. Take a look. CBGB Founder Hilly Kristal Dies at 75 [Vulture] Hilly Kristal, Founder of CBGB, Is Dead [NYT]
  48. R. Kelly Comes to Greenwich Village, Premieres Videos, Wows Vulture R. Kelly! Live in New York! For the official premiere of Trapped in the Closet: Chapters 13–22! Omg omg omg! Okay, yeah, so he barely said anything. And wouldn’t talk to press. And didn’t have much of a boldface-name turnout. So what? Vulture was at the IFC Center for that momentous occasion, and its minions report back. R. Kelly Even More Awesome in Person [Vulture]
  49. ‘The Simpsons Movie’ Is Here! Woo-Hoo!The Simp-sons. Yup, today’s the day, and The Simpsons Movie is out. Over at the Times, A.O. Scott rather liked it. Over at Vulture, Dan Kois didn’t. (And over at NPR, where David Edelstein is opining because there’s no new mag next week, he didn’t much either.) There’s plenty of Simpsons Movie coverage — text! Video! IM conversations! — waiting for you at Vulture. ‘The Simpsons Movie’ coverage [Vulture]
  50. Sex and the Big Screen You’re as surprised as we are, no doubt. A Sex and the City movie, which we’d long thought was dead — Kim Cattrall wouldn’t play nice with the other girls, we were told, and Sarah Jessica had moved on to bigger and better things, like TV commercials — is actually, really, finally happening. This news comes from today’s Variety, which also reports that series creator Michael Patrick King will write and direct the film and that New Line Cinema — like HBO, a Time Warner unit — will produce it. We’d like to say we’re happy about this development, but we live in the West Village and we’re not looking forward to the additional influx of fanny-pack-wearing Midwesterners this movie will deliver. They’re only cupcakes, people. Dust Off Your Manolos: ‘Sex and the City’ Heading to the Big Screen [Vulture]
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