Link Tank: Party with The Martin Monster Show at NYC ‘Horror Prom’

Grab your tickets for the NYC Horror Prom! Plus, check in on the stars of Killers of the Flower Moon, Abbott Elementary, Outer Range, and more.

Horror Prom with The Martin Monster Show

The Martin Monster Show is hosting a horror-themed “prom” party in NYC this weekend featuring live music and prizes.

“Ok here’s the deal, imagine YOUR Prom,… but now just remove all the high school weirdness, people you hated, terrible fashion, and swap in horror movies, insane horror fashion, live theater, and booze! Not bad, eh?! That’s what you’re in for if you come to Brooklyn this Sunday, and party with us at The Martin Monster Show. Live music, robot alien DJs, prizes, horror-themed cookies, and more! Come hang with the ghoul kids!”

Buy tickets now!

What has Killers of the Flower Moon star Lily Gladstone been up to since her Oscar nominated role?

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“After her staggering, soulful performance as Mollie Burkhart, the beleaguered woman at the centre of a vast murder plot in Martin Scorsese’s epic drama Killers Of The Flower Moon — and the Oscar nomination to go with it — there are few Hollywood career trajectories more exciting.”

Read more at Empire

When speaking about sitting in the director’s chair for an episode of Outer Range, star Josh Brolin divulged his intolerance for difficult actors.

“‘I said this as a joke on Kimmel—I was like, “I don’t particularly love actors.” Especially people who won’t come to the set and that kind of shit. If there’s a good reason, I get it, but if you’re just an irritated actor because you’re so creative or sensitive, I just don’t buy it.’”

Read more at Esquire

It’s not as easy as you might think for Hacks writers to come up with fictional off-color jokes from Deborah’s past that could get her canceled.

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“‘We wanted to both show jokes that, in the context of their time, would have happened and would have potentially worked but also that didn’t age well. We were also really conscientious of not trying any material that was really inflammatory or really offensive,’ series co-creator and executive producer Paul W. Downs told TheWrap.”

Read more at TheWrap

Abbot Elementary truly earned its big season 3 finale moment, a fact that’s not lost on star Tyler James Williams.

“‘I’ve wanted it to be a choice, not a relationship out of convenience where they’re riding off of their meet cute. I like the obstacles we’ve thrown in their path because it’s led to their growth. Gregory needs to be teaching for other reasons, not just Janine. It can only happen if he’s connected to everyone else, the other teachers and students.’”

Read more at The A.V. Club