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Hey Burning Man, the government wants you to stop pooping everywhere Hey Burning Man, the government wants you to stop pooping everywhere

You’re dancing in your homemade unicorn costume, about 20 minutes from peaking on the gluten-free peyote you dosed yourself with, when suddenly, you have to take a shit. Well, that’s just the Earth Goddess’ way of telling you to be free, right? What better way to express your openness to the universe, man?

Outcast returns tonight to scare the soul out of you Outcast returns tonight to scare the soul out of you

Here’s what’s happening in the world of television for Friday, July 20 and Saturday, July 21. All times are Eastern.

Stream the new album Night Swimming from addictive New Jersey surf-pop trio Dentist Stream the new album Night Swimming from addictive New Jersey surf-pop trio Dentist

Thanks to tight chemistry, killer hooks, and a distinctive sound that’s both lo-fi and retro-pop smooth, New Jersey’s Dentist have managed to stand out amid a sea of like-minded musical acts. The band’s sunny indie-surf sound and energetic, four-on-the-floor rock belies the subtle and dark lyrics often hiding beneath…

Jeremy Renner isn't in the new Mission: Impossible because he was busy not being in Infinity War Jeremy Renner isn't in the new Mission: Impossible because he was busy not being in Infinity War

Jeremy Renner has had an unusual year. And we’re not just saying that because the guy broke both of his arms filming a movie where grown men play tag, although that might be part of it.

Comcast decides to let Wolverine fight Captain America after all Comcast decides to let Wolverine fight Captain America after all

For the better part of a year, it was looking like a done deal: Disney was buying the majority of 20th Century Fox. But last month, Comcast threw its hat in the ring, their $65 billion offer the Professor X standing between Wolverine and Captain America, preventing the two from locking horns. Now? Not so much.

Nathan Fillion on being a Monkees fan and why he gets nervous in a crowd of drinkers Nathan Fillion on being a Monkees fan and why he gets nervous in a crowd of drinkers

Beloved actor Nathan Fillion has had a fairly charmed career ever since his breakthrough role as Captain Malcolm Reynolds in Firefly almost 15 years ago. Since then, he’s become a geek convention favorite, appearing in niche projects like Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog, making cameos in major films like Guardians Of…

Last Man Standing is here to speak grunts to power, a manifesto for American freedom

Perhaps the sentiments contained in the above sitcom trailer are not yet sufficiently fashionable to procure them general favor; a long habit of not thinking a thing funny, gives it a superficial appearance of being unfunny, and raises at first a formidable outcry in defence of a basic sense of humor. But the tumult…

Suits is back, but how great would it be if Meghan Markle was still on it? Suits is back, but how great would it be if Meghan Markle was still on it?

Here’s what’s happening in the world of television for Wednesday, July 18. All times are Eastern.

Mr. Robot's creator is penning a prequel comic to the series Mr. Robot's creator is penning a prequel comic to the series

If you’ve kept up with the twisty conspiracy series Mr. Robot, then you know these past two seasons gave us some flashbacks to how troubled hacker Elliot first started toying with the idea of his revolution. But now, there’s a chance for a much more in-depth look at the birth of fsociety—it just won’t be on your…

A book-length appreciation for all those ’90s teen horror movies A book-length appreciation for all those ’90s teen horror movies

Ah, the ’90s wave of teen-centric horror. Critically maligned (except for Scream, really) and scorned by horror fans for their seemingly milquetoast and sanitized scares, the films finally get a book-length appreciation in the form of Alexandra West’s treatise The 1990s Teen Horror Cycle: Final Girls And A New…

Scarlett Johansson quits the film where she would've played a trans man Scarlett Johansson quits the film where she would've played a trans man

At the beginning of July, it was announced Scarlett Johansson had signed on to play the role of real-life transgender crime boss Dante “Tex” Gill in the biopic film Rub & Tug. The news—and her salty reply to criticism about her casting—did not exactly go well.

Joe Bob Briggs is back to host one last horror movie marathon Joe Bob Briggs is back to host one last horror movie marathon

Fans of Joe Bob’s Drive-In Theater and MonsterVision, take heart. Your beloved host, Joe Bob Briggs, is back for one more go-round—sitting in an easy chair, drinking a beer, and playing host to some delightfully trashy B-movies. Get ready for one last weekend of entertaining discussion and films of questionable taste.

Joss Whedon is making a new sci-fi series for HBO Joss Whedon is making a new sci-fi series for HBO

It’s nearly 15 years to the day that Firefly was canceled back in 2003. How fitting, then, that as we approach that most traumatic of anniversaries, we can share with you the following news: Joss Whedon is making a new science fiction drama, and it’s going to be on HBO.

Harvey Weinstein's so awful, his brother has to step down as well Harvey Weinstein's so awful, his brother has to step down as well

They built first Miramax, then the Weinstein Company together. But now, in the wake of Harvey Weinstein’s ongoing public reckoning for his alleged sexual crimes, the Weinstein Company is being sold, and Weinstein’s brother Bob is also stepping down from his position on the company’s board of directors.

Here are the nominees for the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards Here are the nominees for the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards

The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences revealed its nominees for the 70th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards this morning, carving some 9,100 submissions down to a varied field of competitors that reflects the continued rise of streaming platforms (well, at least one streaming platform) in a shifting TV landscape where…

Henry Cavill says Man Of Steel 2 would've helped fix the whole "neck-snapping Superman" thing Henry Cavill says Man Of Steel 2 would've helped fix the whole "neck-snapping Superman" thing

Ah, the benefit of X-ray vision hindsight. It was roughly two years after the release of Man Of Steel that we first learned Man Of Steel 2 was likely on “permanent hold,” to use the delightfully oxymoronic parlance of the time. Back then, the given reason was because Warner Bros. was so amped for Batman V Superman.…

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