Free Quibi Subscription from T-Mobile

Quibi is still on track to debut on April 6, even in the face of a lawsuit trying to stop them, bringing a cavalcade of new movies (in chapters) and TV shows that you’ll be able to stream to your phone. You probably won’t be watching this stuff on-the-go as Quibi originally intended, at least not while the coronavirus outbreak is still spreading across the globe, but you can still check them out from the comfort of your own home. Plus, T-Mobile will let you get a free Quibi subscription for a year

On top of that, we have two new trailers for Quibi programming, one with Chance the Rapper rebooting the prank show Punk’d that once thrived at MTV, and the other a Jennifer Lopez-produced series called Thanks a Million, bringing some much needed heart-warming kindness to the table by having a celebrity or public figure giving $100,000 to an unsuspecting individual who must pay it forward to help others in their community. Read More »

Sesame Street Movie Adds Chance the Rapper

Did you forget that Warner Bros. Pictures and MGM were working on a Sesame Street movie? Well, it’s still on the way, and the movie has just gained another cast member in the form of recording artist and occasional actor Chance the Rapper. Read More »

Chance the Rapper Hosted Saturday Night Live

Last night brought the Halloween episode of Saturday Night Live, and thanks to host Chance the Rapper, the energy was high. Unfortunately (or fortunately in some cases), the number of technical mistakes, gaffes, and line flubs were also high with almost every single live sketch having some kind of error. Since the show is live, there are usually a couple missteps here and there, but this show was riddled with them. Thankfully, they didn’t always make the sketch worse. In fact, in a couple cases, they helped make the sketch much better than it otherwise might have been. It was kind of weird how well it all worked.

Let’s run through the best and worst sketches from the Chance the Rapper hosted Saturday Night Live. Read More »

slice online

After more than a year of hype and cryptic, creepy teasers, Slice was dropped online without much fanfare.

An A24 horror film directed by first-time feature director Austin VeselySlice has ridden the buzz of its mystery for the past year, culminating in its one-night-only world premiere in Chicago on September 10. Then, mere hours after this flashy world premiere, A24 dropped the horror-comedy on digital platforms at midnight last night.

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slice world premiere

After nearly a year of teases and trailers — but no confirmed release date — A24 is quietly delivering the Slice world premiere next week. The Chance the Rapper horror film has seen several delays since its first teaser trailer dropped last October, and was originally intended to hit theaters in 2017. But now A24 is giving us a surprise delivery of “the perfect pizza” for one night only.

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Luke Cage Soundtrack

The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows.

In this edition, take a closer look at the intense opening sequence of A Quiet Place that expertly sets the suspenseful stage and provides exposition mostly through visuals. Plus, a featurette explores the making of the Luke Cage soundtrack and Stephen Colbert manages to connect Lord of the Rings to a Chance the Rapper song. Read More »

Slice Trailer

Last fall, A24 revealed a teaser trailer for Slice, a long-delayed horror flick starring Chance the Rapper. Since then, all has been quiet on the Slice front, save for a few pizza-themed posters popping up in the last few weeks. Now, the first Slice trailer is here. Dig in below.

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Chance the Rapper Hosted Saturday Night Live

That’s right. Out of the six episodes of Saturday Night Live we’ve had so far, the best episode of the season wasn’t hosted by a huge movie star or a popular comedian. Instead it was hosted by chart-topping hip-hop artist Chance the Rapper, who makes the case for his own career in comedy effortlessly.

Chance the Rapper has taken to the stage in Studio 8H before a a musical guest on SNL, but this was his first time hosting the show. While he seemed a little nervous at the top of the show, he gradually got more and more comfortable as the night went on and proved that he has some impressive comedy chops. So let’s run through the best and worst sketches of the Chance the Rapper hosted Saturday Night Live below.

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Slice trailer

Chance the Rapper is set to host Saturday Night Live on November 18, but he’ll be making his big screen debut soon after that in a new pizza-themed slasher movie called Slice. A24 is releasing the film, which also stars actress Zazie Beetz (AtlantaDeadpool 2), Joe Keery (Stranger Things), and Paul Scheer (The League, Fresh Off the Boat), and they debuted the first Slice trailer early on this spooky Halloween morning. Check it out below.
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Tiffany Haddish and Chance the Rapper Hosting Saturday Night Live

Saturday Night Live already has the first three episodes of the 43rd season in the books, and they have another batch of three shows in a row in November leading up Thanksgiving. We already knew Larry David was hosting the first episode in November, but the next two hosts have just been announced, and they are not only first-time hosts, but surprising picks.

After Larry David hosts on November 4, Girls Trip and Keanu star Tiffany Haddish will take the stage the week after, and then recording artist Chance the Rapper will follow the week after that. If those names aren’t familiar to you, we’ll give you a rundown of who these stars are. Read More »