Oblogatory explores the history of the PG rating, how it’s changed, and why movies rated PG were more intense in the ’70s and ’80s.
Netflix has finally struck gold with “One Piece,” their latest live-action anime adaptation. Oblogatory looks into how this show made such a big wave.
Oblogatory spends six hours in a theater to learn why Barbieheimer, the dual release of “Barbie” and “Oppenheimer,” was profitable for all.
For the first time since 1960, both the actors AND writers guilds have walked out on studios. Oblogatory gets into the reasons why Hollywood is on strike.
“Oblogatory” and “Why Does Hollywood?” investigate the latest doll of the LGBTQ+ community, including her placement on a shelf alongside classic villains.
A Gospel “Pitch Perfect,” “Praise This” angles for the masses. Oblogatory finds out if this film reconciles its disparate audiences.
Jaime Lee Curtis finally won an Oscar this year while Angela Bassett lost for the–wait, this virtuoso actress has only been nominated twice?! Oblogatory confronts a thorny pattern in the Academy’s choices.
Oblogatory traces Hollywood’s oldest lie, going back to the beginning of film and connecting it to recent celebrity comments.
Ever wonder why the peach state is at the end of so many movie credits? Oblogatory tracks how Atlanta, Georgia, became Hollywood’s southern branch office.
Why did “The Witcher” recast? Yesterday’s News explores other times TV shows have had to recast their lead actor.