Netflix's The Dirt has all the sensationalist sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll of Mötley Crüe, but little heart despite its attempts to humanize the band.
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A graduate of Ithaca College’s Journalism program, Molly grew up wanting to be a writer and went into entertainment journalism so as to put to good use all that time she spent binge-watching How I Met Your Mother, Supernatural, and Buffy the Vampire Slayer in college. She enjoys everything from superhero TV and musicals to schlocky b-horror movies and slick action films.
Beyond that, Molly reads far too many young adult novels, takes too many photos of her dog, and gets too invested in hockey (specifically, the New York Rangers). She believes in the Oxford comma, typically shows up 15 minutes early with Starbucks, and uses more emoji than are really necessary.
Articles by Molly Freeman
A new Avengers: Endgame TV spot doesn't reveal any new footage, but does include more dialogue from Captain America's rallying speech.
Actor Oscar Isaac debunks rumors he's up to star in The Batman from director Matt Reeves, but says he'd like to be considered for the role.
Ryan Reynolds' Deadpool is the only character from Fox's X-Men franchise not expected to get rebooted by Disney now that the deal is closed.
Deadpool star Ryan Reynolds commemorates the Disney and Fox deal closing this week with a photo of Wade Wilson heading to Disney in Mickey Mouse ears.
The Captain Marvel post-credits scene proves the early Avengers: Endgame trailers lied - here's what it means for the upcoming MCU movie.
Avengers: Endgame directors Anthony and Joe Russo reveal they did actually consider releasing no new marketing for the film whatsoever.
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An Avengers: Endgame trailer scene featuring Hawkeye and his daughter inspires speculation she may be Kate Bishop - but we hope that isn't the case.
In Captain Marvel, Stan Lee has a cameo different from all his other cameos in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but still honors the late comics icon.
Captain Marvel has a post-credits scene that teases a future movie - but when is it set in the timeline of the Marvel Cinematic Universe?
Captain Marvel has all the usual MCU humor and action (with a few surprises), and plenty of girl power moments in Larson's strong performance.
James Gunn's The Suicide Squad team roster is reportedly revealed to include the likes of DC Comics' King Shark, Peacemaker, Polka-Dot Man and more.
For Warner Bros' Suicide Squad sequel, Idris Elba is in talks to replace Will Smith as Floyd Lawton aka. Deadshot in James Gunn's followup.
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