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Jenna Marotta


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Past articles by Jenna:

Brooklynn Prince, Age 8, Already Knows How to Make People Listen

“When I saw Wonder Woman, I knew I could stand up and have a voice like she did,” says The Florida Project star Brooklynn Prince. → Read More

‘Take Your Pills’: See The Trailer For Netflix’s ADHD Drugs Documentary

The film begins streaming March 16. → Read More

Hulu Inks Deal With IFC Films To Bring New Movies To Its U.S. Subscribers

With the deal, Hulu hopes to get ahead of Netflix in the film streaming race. → Read More

MHz Choice Is Streaming Over 2500 Hours Worth Of International Dramatic Programming

If you'd like TV cops to reach for croissants rather than crullers, we may have found your next new streaming service. → Read More

‘The Dressmaker’ Is A Rollicking (Yet Preposterous) Film-Watching Experience

In one of Australia's favorite films, wronged Kate Winslet goes on a rampage. → Read More

How ‘Liar Liar’ Redefined Jim Carrey’s Career 20 Years Ago Today

He's best-known for being outlandish, but playing a lawyer (and parent) improved Jim Carrey's onscreen prospects. → Read More

Tim Allen Likens Post-Trump Hollywood to 1930s Germany

The sitcom star recounted his 2017 Inauguration experience to Jimmy Kimmel, who skewered President Trump at last month's Oscars. → Read More

Stream It or Skip It: ‘Oasis’

"Heavenly Father" takes on a whole new meaning in this hour-long sci-fi pilot from Amazon. → Read More

Going to Miss ‘Girls’? Norway’s ‘Young & Promising’ Supplies Its Own Band of Flailing, Artistic Millennials

Goodbye to Hannah, Marnie, Jessa, and Shoshanna; hello Elise, Alex and Nenne. → Read More

Anti-Discrimination Advocate Mindy Kaling Purposefully Whitewashed ‘The Mindy Project’

Ryan Hansen traded places with our favorite onscreen OBGYN to make some brilliant points about racism. → Read More

‘Burning Sands’ Cautions Against the Mob Mentality of Fraternity Hazing

A Fruitvale Station producer with a Greek past wades through the "humiliation builds humility" doctrine. → Read More

Jon Stewart’s HBO Writing Staff Is Performing Free Comedy in Red Bank, New Jersey

Move over, SXSW—this weekend the future of comedy was alive and well in an upgraded Garden State convenience store. → Read More

Streaming Soon, Walter Presents Aims to be the HBO of Foreign Language Dramas

America's newest video-on-demand service hopes to make foreign programming more accessible and less intimidating. → Read More

Real-Life Couple Tatiana Maslany and Tom Cullen Talk Their On-Screen Love Affair in ‘The Other Half’

The Toronto-based duo star in and executive produce the indie drama from director Joey Klein. → Read More

With ‘Milo Murphy’s Law,’ “Weird Al” Yankovic Remains Awkward America’s Hero

"I'm helping by not helping," promises the Disney XD protagonist. → Read More

Kelly Ripa Has Taken a Historically Long Time to Name a ‘Live’ Co-Host

Live with Kelly has taken longer to replace Michael Strahan than it took to find him. → Read More

David Letterman Is Not A Fan Of The President: “I Always Regarded Trump As A Joke”

In the current political climate, Letterman's post-Late Show days haven't been particularly restful. → Read More

‘National Treasure’ Confronts Celebrity Sexual Predators (and Women They Take for Granted)

In National Treasure, stars of Harry Potter rehash a sobering real-world story. → Read More

Conan O’Brien Continues To Be Our Best International Ambassador

In preparation for Conan Without Borders: Made In Mexico, revisit the comedian’s signature fish-out-of-water moments abroad. → Read More

Why Did ‘The Founder’ Flop?

How The Founder went from much-anticipated to box office dud. → Read More