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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‘Versace’ Star Cody Fern Will Play Grown-Up Michael Langdon in ‘AHS: Apocalypse’
The Antichrist is all grown up, and he’s coming back to ‘American Horror Story.’
Travel Back in Time With a Set Video from Tarantino’s ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’
Travel back in time with a new set video and photos from Quentin Tarantino’s Manson Family movie.
‘Rugrats’ Is Coming Back To Nickelodeon in a New Series, Plus a Live-Action Film
Tommy, Chuckie and their toddler pals are coming back!
James McAvoy Shares First Photos of the ‘IT: Chapter Two’ Cast
Young Bill Denbrough meets James McAvoy’s older Bill in the first set photos from ‘IT: Chapter Two.’
The New ‘Halloween’ Is Reportedly Undergoing Reshoots To Tweak the Ending
A new report claims David Gordon Green’s new ‘Halloween’ sequel is back behind cameras to reshoot the film’s finale.
Michael Myers and His Mask Are Back in First Poster for the New ‘Halloween’
The iconic white mask doesn’t look the same in the new ‘Halloween’ sequel – it looks even more terrifying.
Will Ferrell Hospitalized After Serious Car Accident
The ‘Saturday Night Live’ vet was involved in a two-car crash on Thursday night, but he didn’t suffer any serious injuries.
Being a Dad Is the Most Exhausting Job in New ‘Incredibles 2’ TV Spot
What’s more heroic than being a stay-at-home dad with a teenage daughter and a baby with laser-beam eyes?
15 Years Later, ‘The Ring’ Still Holds Up As One of the Best Modern Horror Movies
Gore Verbinski’s 2002 remake ‘The Ring’ turns 15 years old this week, but is a horror movie about a VHS tape still scary today?
Oscars Stage Manager Reveals Why It Took So Long To Correct the Best Picture Mistake
The Envelopegate investigation continues, and now we have more information on what exactly went down backstage during the Oscars Best Picture snafu. One of the biggest questions has been why exactly it took so long for the Academy producers and PricewaterhouseCooper accountants to notice La La Land had wrongly been named the winner. In a new interview with The Wrap, Oscars stage manager Gary Natoli reveals a whole bunch of details on what exactly happened and why the two PwC accounts were held responsible for the mistake.