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Get Involved, Internet: Help change the name of Dripping Springs, TX to Pound Town Get Involved, Internet: Help change the name of Dripping Springs, TX to Pound Town

It sounds dirty, but we swear it’s not. A GoFundMe campaign seeking to change the name of Dripping Springs, TX, a tiny Hays County hamlet west of Austin, to Pound Town. Yes, we’re aware that’s what your uncle calls his bedroom, but the goal here isn’t to make Mom blush, but rather to honor town founders Dr. Joseph and…

Holy shit, Supernatural is ending Holy shit, Supernatural is ending

No longer will the Winchester brothers save people or hunt things, for CW’s insanely long-running Supernatural will come to an end following its 15th season, which is set to air next year.

Somebody wrote a hilarious, pitch-black Saved By The Bell script that unravels the Tori Paradox Somebody wrote a hilarious, pitch-black Saved By The Bell script that unravels the Tori Paradox

Chuck Klosterman’s 2003 book Sex, Drugs And Cocoa Puffs caused millennials everywhere to revisit the latter-day episodes of Saved By The Bell, when a leather-clad Tori Scott stepped in for Kelly Kapowski and Jessie Spano for 10 confusing episodes. Klosterman argues that the “Tori Paradox” isn’t so much confusing as it…

5 new releases we love: An infectious ass-shaker, a dystopian pop debut, and more 5 new releases we love: An infectious ass-shaker, a dystopian pop debut, and more

There’s a lot of music out there. To help you cut through all the noise, every week The A.V. Club is rounding up A-Sides, five recent releases we think are worth your time. You can listen to these and more on Spotify.

Bohemian Rhapsody's Oscar-winning editor agrees that, yes, that one scene is edited very badly Bohemian Rhapsody's Oscar-winning editor agrees that, yes, that one scene is edited very badly

Bohemian Rhapsody’s got a lot of problems, though one that’s drummed up a surprising amount of online vitriol is its editing, with one scene in particular becoming a source of viral fascination. Last week, we shared a video breaking down the 60 cuts spread throughout a 104-second scene where Queen meets their…

Ryan Murphy's satirical Netflix series The Politician gets synopsis, premiere date Ryan Murphy's satirical Netflix series The Politician gets synopsis, premiere date

American Horror Story and Pose creator Ryan Murphy will christen his pivot to Netflix with The Politician, a comedy starring Pitch Perfect’s Ben Platt as a teenage go-getter with eyes on the Oval Office. Today, the streamer has shared a synopsis for the satirical comedy series, as well as a premiere date for its first…

The meme-stealers at FuckJerry are getting sued by a Twitter user The meme-stealers at FuckJerry are getting sued by a Twitter user

FuckJerry, the Fyre Festival grifters who profit off of other people’s jokes, are heading to court, and it’s likely this won’t be the last time. Olorunfemi Coker, a Nigerian “content creator,” is suing the company, as well as its founder, Elliot Tebele, for copyright infringement, claiming that they knowingly stole…

Vampire Weekend bridges the generational divide with cover of Post Malone’s “Sunflower” Vampire Weekend bridges the generational divide with cover of Post Malone’s “Sunflower”

Vampire Weekend is a band of clean-cut Ivy Leaguers who make beautiful, complex pop-rock. Post Malone is a grungy, face-tattooed rapper that confounds just about everybody older than 26. They’re both massively popular, though it’s unlikely you’ll find a huge crossover in terms of their audiences. Vampire Weekend just…

Step aside, Dolph: There's a new He-Man in town, and it's Noah Centineo Step aside, Dolph: There's a new He-Man in town, and it's Noah Centineo

The He-Man of 1987's Masters Of The Universe was ripped, coiffed, and rugged, with Dolph Lundgren bringing a veiny pro wrestler’s physique to the role of a superhuman warrior-prince. Sony and Mattel Films’ long-gestating reboot of the franchise is going in a decidedly different direction, it seems, overlooking John…

Leviathan fuckin' smiles as HBO's Deadwood movie gets a new teaser, release date Leviathan fuckin' smiles as HBO's Deadwood movie gets a new teaser, release date

You heard it here, hoopleheads: The Deadwood movie is really, truly coming to HBO this spring, a fact that we’re finally coming to accept thanks to a premiere date and a teaser trailer.

David! Schitt’s Creek has been renewed for sixth and final season David! Schitt’s Creek has been renewed for sixth and final season

Schitt’s Creek, the CBC and Pop TV comedy that’s persevered thanks to its devoted and vocal audience, has been renewed for its sixth and final season, Variety reports. In a statement, co-creators Dan and Eugene Levy assert that it was their decision to end the series at what many might describe as its creative peak.

Bird Box’s Josh Malerman returns with Inspection, a messy and timely coming-of-age thriller Bird Box’s Josh Malerman returns with Inspection, a messy and timely coming-of-age thriller

What is beyond? Beyond the blindfold, or the doorway, or the forest. It’s the beyond that Josh Malerman is so good at keeping just out of sight. He proved as much with Bird Box, a viral debut novel that spawned a popular (and much-memed) movie starring Sandra Bullock. Its tale of creatures who shatter the mind when…

Sundance breakout The Last Black Man In San Francisco gets a stirring trailer

Jimmie Fails plays a semi-autobiographical version of himself in The Last Black Man In San Francisco, Joe Talbot’s Sundance breakout and the latest film to be released from acclaimed indie studio A24. The above trailer illustrates the award-winning breadth of Talbot’s vision, from his lush, encompassing eye to a…

YouTube's popular Fantastic Adventures channel terminated after reports of child abuse YouTube's popular Fantastic Adventures channel terminated after reports of child abuse

[Warning: This post contains descriptions of abuse against minors.]

Ariana Grande, The Strokes, and DJ Shaquille O'Neal round out this year's Lollapalooza lineup Ariana Grande, The Strokes, and DJ Shaquille O'Neal round out this year's Lollapalooza lineup

Yesterday, a swarm of cute puppers sniffed out the partial lineup for this year’s Lollapalooza, a music festival that’s more or less abandoned its indie rock roots to become one of the country’s preeminent destinations for Top 40 pop and hip-hop. Yesterday’s reveal promised sets from Janelle Monáe, Lil Wayne, Gunna,…

Armie Hammer crushes your dreams for a Call Me By Your Name sequel Armie Hammer crushes your dreams for a Call Me By Your Name sequel

Armie Hammer, the ultra-hunk who gave Timothée Chalamet’s Elio a summer to remember in 2017's Call Me By Your Name, has previously been gung-ho about revisiting the film’s gauzy, starry-eyed world, telling Variety last year that “it will happen.” Now, unfortunately, the actor is dialing back on that enthusiasm.

Charles Manson is here to ruin the fun of Once Upon A Time In Hollywood's first trailer

No, the latest Once Upon A Time In Hollywood posters haven’t been much to look at, but the trailer for Quentin Tarantino’s latest is something to behold. Offering a zany, kaleidoscopic view of ‘60s-era la la land, the trim clip sets the amicable relationship between actor Rick Dalton (Leonardo Dicaprio) and stuntman…

Everybody's just growing up so fast in the thrilling trailer for Stranger Things' third season

Hot on the heels of yesterday’s rat-filled teaser comes the trailer for Stranger Things’ third season, which, oh so fittingly, kicks off with the sweet strains of goddamned Mötley Crüe.

Something Awful was saved from the brink of collapse by its own users, and thank god for that Something Awful was saved from the brink of collapse by its own users, and thank god for that

If you were of a certain age when the internet became an inextricable part of daily life, you probably posted a thing or two on Something Awful. Created by Richard “Lowtax” Kyanka in 1999, the site evolved from a cynical blog to a massive forum, irrevocably shaping online culture—for good and bad—along the way. The…

Fiona Apple shares video of her (and her dog) working on new music Fiona Apple shares video of her (and her dog) working on new music

Here’s a nice surprise: Fiona Apple is self-producing some new music, her adorable dog by her side. This news comes via a pair of Instagram videos that were first posted on the Fiona Apple Rocks fan Tumblr.

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