E. Oliver Whitney is a senior editor at ScreenCrush. When not talking Game of Thrones theories or waiting for the next Terrence Malick film, Oliver is probably having an SVU marathon. Oliver was formerly an entertainment editor at Huff Post and has written for Variety, New York magazine, Indiewire, Moviefone, and Backstage.
E. Oliver Whitney
Netflix Cancels Marvel’s ‘Luke Cage’ After Two Seasons
In a surprising move, Netflix has axed ‘Luke Cage’ while a third season was in development.
Listen to a 1979 Audience React to John Carpenter’s ‘Halloween’
Ever wonder what it would’ve been like to see the original ‘Halloween’ in theaters in the ‘70s? Now you can.
Will Smith Is a Genie In a Bottle in the First ‘Aladdin’ Teaser Poster
In Disney’s live-action ‘Aladdin’ teaser poster, Will Smith is (literally) a genie in a bottle baby.
Everyone Is Terrified Of Claire in the Full Trailer ‘House of Cards’ Season 6
Claire Underwood is the worst thing to happen to America in the full trailer for the final season of ‘House of Cards.’
‘Venom’ Almost Had a Much Different Opening Sequence
The ‘Venom’ director revealed his original opening sequence for the Tom Hardy movie.
Michael Jackson Once Pitched Playing James Bond, But a Bowl of Guacamole Ruined It
The King of Pop allegedly wanted to play James Bond once, but his pitch was ruined by… guacamole?
Lady Gaga Shares ‘A Star Is Born’ Song That Isn’t ‘Shallow’ In a New Teaser
Warner Bros. has been pushing us off the deep end for weeks now, refusing to give us a new trailer for A Star Is Born. That means we’ve had to watch the first trailer over and over again, which also means Lady Gaga‘s “Ahhhhhh ahhhhh uuhhh ahhhhh&CloseCurlyD…
‘Kingsman 3’ Officially Happening With Matthew Vaughn, and It Has a Release Date
The ‘Kingsman’ movies are now officially a trilogy, and the third spy movie has a release date.
Soon ‘Game of Thrones’ Fans Will Be Able To Visit Winterfell, King’s Landing, and More IRL
After ‘Game of Thrones’ ends, you’ll be able to visit Westeros (in Northern Ireland) for real.
LeBron James Officially Welcomes Ryan Coogler and Terence Nance To the ‘Space Jam’ Sequel
It’s official: the ‘Space Jam’ sequel has found it’s director and producer.