Tom Philip, GQ

Tom Philip

GQ

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Recent:
  • GQ
Past:
  • The New York Times
  • Inverse
  • New York Observer

Recent articles by Tom:

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In The Tall Grass's Director Doesn't Want You to Know His Movie's Secrets

Vincenzo Natali discusses his new Stephen King adaptation for Netflix. → Read More

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'Joker' Review: Angry, Beautiful, and Empty

Todd Phillips's dark reimagining is hard to watch, and, ultimately, has nothing to say. → Read More

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Birds of Prey Trailer: Margot Robbie's Harley Quinn Is Back

Jared Leto is nowhere to be seen in the trailer for this 'Suicide Squad' follow-up. → Read More

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'Castle Rock' Is Back on Hulu with a Brand New Season: Watch the Trailer

Lizzy Caplan! Tim Robbins! Elsie Ficher! Catch Hulu's Stephen King show Castle Rock, set to premiere in late October. → Read More

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Syke! Spider-Man Is Staying in the MCU After All

Sony and Marvel have agreed Tom Holland's beloved Spider-Man will appear in at least two more MCU films. → Read More

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'El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie' Trailer: Jesse Pinkman's on the Run

'El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie' is coming soon to a streaming service (and movie theater!) near you. → Read More

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Adam Sandler Returns to the Big Screen in the 'Uncut Gems' Trailer

The new movie by the Safdie Brothers looks like a new kind of stressful hell. → Read More

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'Between Two Ferns: The Movie' Is a Perfectly Minor Triumph

The Netflix feature 'Between Two Ferns: The Movie' doesn't try to get too fancy with adapting the cult web series. → Read More

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Here Are Your 2019 Emmy Awards Winners

A truly huge night for 'Game of Thrones' and 'Fleabag.' → Read More

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The 'Breaking Bad' Movie, 'El Camino,' Debuts a Harrowing Trailer

'El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie' is gonna be a big deal, and it's going to be streaming on Netflix in October. → Read More

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The Emmys Said Goodbye To 'Veep' in the Perfect Way

Julia Louis-Dreyfus is a national treasure, and so is 'Veep,' which the Emmys paid tribute to tonight. → Read More

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At the Emmys, Maya Rudolph and Ike Barinholtz Got Everyone's Name Wrong

Every awards show has one actually funny bit. Here's this year's, with Maya Rudolph and Ike Barinholtz, from the 2019 Emmys. → Read More

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Undone Is One of 2019's Weirdest, Best Shows

In the Amazon Prime series, Rosa Salazar and Bob Odenkirk travel time and space—or maybe they don't. → Read More

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The 'Knives Out' Trailer Promises Rian Johnson Hasn't Lost His Touch

The director of 'The Last Jedi' is back making strange indie movies. → Read More

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'Community' Changed Sitcoms 10 Years Ago

Ten years ago, the beleaguered NBC sitcom 'Community' became an unlikely piece of seminal television. → Read More

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Shane Gillis Won't Be Joining 'Saturday Night Live' After All

After the comedian's recent racist comments were brought to light, the NBC show parted ways with their newest cast member—before the season even began. → Read More

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HBO's Watchmen Looks Like It Might Be the Show of the Fall

October 20 can't come quickly enough, as it marks the premiere of HBO's new highly anticipated series 'Watchmen.' → Read More

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'Saturday Night Live' Hire Shane Gillis's Racist Material Wasn't Boundary-Pushing Comedy

Shane Gillis's hiring on 'Saturday Night Live' has now overshadowed a historic casting landmark for the show. → Read More

GQ

It Chapter Two's Wildest, Scariest Scene, Broken Down

James McAvoy and director Andy Muschietti tell GQ how they crafted Pennywise's Funhouse. → Read More

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'It Chapter Two': How Scary Is It?

There are different kinds of scary. Where does the new horror blockbuster fit in? → Read More