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‘Barry’ Goes Sci-Fi: Bill Hader Talks Gonzo Episode 5, “Ronny/Lily”

In the HBO comedy created by star Bill Hader and Alec Berg (Silicon Valley), about a hitman who wanders into an acting class and finds his truth, the protagonist's assorted flights of fancy translated to the screen have been integral to several episodes. But this week was the first time the show has crossed a line into … well, something else.

Why Did Jean-Claude Van Damme Get Replaced in ‘Predator’?

The most-debated point in Jean-Claude Van Damme lore is why he left 'Predator.' Now the star finally speaks out.

A Weekend at Speedrunning Marathon Awesome Games Done Quick

Heat Vision goes to AGDQ to see what all the HYYYYPPPEEE is about.

Dolly Parton on Creating Tunes for ‘Dumplin”: “I Was Playing Off a Lot of My Own Emotions”

Dolly Parton talks penning not one but six songs for the Netflix comedy, reveals plans for her upcoming anthology series for the streamer and dishes on the status of the '9 to 5' sequel.

E3: The Games That Stood Above the Pack

E3: Take a closer look at the best games at the 2018 convention, including 'Anthem,' 'Smash Bros.' and 'Spider-Man.'

E3: Nintendo Unveils ‘Smash Bros. Ultimate,’ New ‘Mario Party’ for Switch

New games coming to Switch include 'Super Smash Bros. Ultimate,' 'Mario Party Switch,' 'Fortnite' and 'Fire Emblem: Three Houses.'

E3: Who Won This Year’s Showcase Showdown?

All the big pre-E3 media events are done, and the doors open in just over an hour. Which booths are we going to go to first?

Opinion: ABC Deserves Zero Points for ‘Roseanne’ Cancellation

The willful blindness that afflicted execs at ABC and in entertainment media over the past year means there are no heroes in this whole affair.

‘Barry’ Finale: Bill Hader, Alec Berg on That Shocking End and What’s Next

Berg also gives his thoughts on his other HBO series, 'Silicon Valley,' going past the upcoming sixth season.

Defend Your Favorite Bad Video Game Movie

For every critic who hates them, there's a movie fan who will swear it's good.

Does ‘It’ Stand Up to Scrutiny on Second Viewing?

'It' is so nice that it's worth seeing twice, but when viewers are ready for the relentless terror, certain flaws become more glaring.

Does the ‘It’ Trailer Get Stephen King Right??

From the lack of gore to the creepy scares, it's time to discuss the latest look at the Stephen King adaptation.