The trailer for “Ant-Man” reinforces something we already knew: Marvel has no qualms about investing in odd superheroes. More
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The Kansas City Royals clinched their first World Series berth since 1985 with a 2-1 win over the Baltimore Orioles last night, and Kansas native Paul Rudd is celebrating the same way he did back then when he was 16: with a huge kegger at his mom’s house.
Many late night shows are on re-run break this week, but the others seem to be picking up the slack, from guests that range from politico humorist Bill Maher to the crunchy music stylings of Phish. More
It’s the good, the bad, and the ugly this week in late night. Some nights Fallon is killing it with his guests and music choices, and other nights Letterman is on point. Either way, if you’re being lazy this week and don’t feel like making your way to the abundance of fun events going down in Boston now that the weather is nice, you may find yourself watching some late night talk shows. Here are some of the best and not so great guests appearing this week. More
In 2009’s “I Love You Man,” Paul Rudd and Jason Segel play two besties who bond over a shared obsession with the prog-rock band Rush. At a concert of their beloved “Holy Triumvirate,” the two men drop all regard for judgment, passionately belting lyrics and making ridiculous air guitar gestures, which a girlfriend calls “licking each other’s basses.” A Phish show is not much different. Dudes are really psyched. People are licking each other’s basses. This is partially why calling yourself a Phish fan feels like a confession of sorts, but guess what? While liking Phish is one of the least cool things about me, I’m fine with that. More