Saturday Night Live took advantage of Scarlett Johansson hosting this week’s episode by shooting a Black Widow solo movie with the star.
In Black Widow: Age of Me, the Avenger gets a movie of her own — a film many fans have been hoping for as we’ve watched each of Marvel’s male super heroes get solo movies and sequels.
There’s just one problem with the Black Widow solo movie: Age of Me is a romantic comedy, because this is SNL.
In the hilarious trailer for Age of Me, Black Widow falls in love with Ultron (“I think you’re moving way too fast with this guy,” advises Nick Fury over Chinese food), and trouble ensues when the titular villain breaks her heart.
SNL has really nailed pop culture trends lately. In March they created a trailer for a live action Bambi starring The Rock — it played into Disney’s recent slew of plans to turn their animated classics into live-action films.
Their latest spoof makes you wonder…
A Black Widow solo movie: Will it actually ever happen?
Johansson hosted this week’s SNL to promote The Avengers: Age of Ultron, which hit theaters in the United States on May 1.
The 100 season 8, episode 8 gives us a big win for team free will, a big loss for humanity, and a big… anomanom.
It’s been 15 years since The Notebook movie premiered, but these quotes still have us looking for our Noah and/or Allie.
I went to the Spice Girls’ final show at Wembley Stadium, and they’re better than they’ve ever been.
Hypable spoke with Joe Tracz, the patron saint of book adaptations, all about his work on Be More Chill, The Lightning Thief Musical, and Netflix’s A Series of Unfortunate Events.
Sometimes I think Madeline and Ed are peanut butter and jelly on Big Little Lies, but then they fight and it’s clear they have an oil and water thing going on, too.
Euphoria is a dizzying, spellbinding journey with nothing off-limits. Zendaya leads the charge, but the rest of the cast is not far behind.
Big Brother is finally here. There’s a long summer ahead full of betrayal and backstabbing and I can’t wait to see these houseguests start playing the game.
They Called Me Wyatt by Natasha Tynes introduces a whole new type of buddy cop to solve its protagonists murder.
Compiling a TBR list? We’ve put together a list of our most anticipated summer book releases in romance and fantasy (both YA and adult!) that you don’t want to miss out on.