Star Wars' strengths don't necessarily counteract the flaws, and we can all love the franchise while still acknowledging where the films and even our own biases fall short. These unpopular Star Wars opinions may cause an internet war, but they make good points.
Joe Hill spoke to Looper in an exclusive interview to dish on his Stephen King Easter eggs, the futures of NOS4A2 and Locke & Key, what makes his shows successful, and why Hollywood is at a standstill during these uncertain times.
Joe Hill revealed it all to Looper during an exclusive interview, dishing on how involved he and Stephen King are in creating these subtle shoutouts to each other's works, and if they ever talk about the references before they air on screen.
Thorne recently spoke to Looper in an exclusive interview to dish on behind-the-scenes tidbits about Infamous, why the role is important to her, who she wants to work with, and insider details on some of her upcoming projects.
It's unsurprising that Criminal Minds — a show hinging on the behavioral analysis of serial killers and mental health — would rack up quite a few submissions in the yikes department. Coming up with 15 seasons and 299 episodes of depraved serial killers isn't a task for the fainthearted, but sometimes the show went too far. Here's a look back at some of the most cringe-worthy Criminal Minds scenes that wouldn't fly today.