Aaron Pruner

Aaron Pruner is an actor and writer in Los Angeles who covers movies and television for Inverse. He's written for the likes of Playboy, The Hollywood Reporter, Washington Post, SYFY, Rotten Tomatoes, and Thrillist. Fun fact: He once played Charlize Theron's nerdy boyfriend in a Japanese Honda commercial.

Inverse Codex
Spoilers

Inside Job showrunner explains the Netflix show's Season 1 ending

Who knew the all-powerful shadow government could be so dysfunctional?

Entertainment
The Inverse Interview

Is Doctor Strange 2 a horror movie? Heels creator Michael Waldron has the answer.

Loki’s showrunner talks about his new wrestling drama and teases what to expect in the Doctor Strange sequel.

Entertainment

'Snowfall's Gail Bean on Marvel dreams, NSync, and super-flare jeans

Inverse caught up with Bean to throw things back to a simpler time: high school.

Entertainment

Graham Skipper on 'Re-Animator: The Musical,' 'NHL 98,' and Hawaiian shirts

I was always in Hawaiian shirts. I don’t know why. I just wore Hawaiian shirts all the time.

Awkward Phase

Mythic Quest’s Josh Brener on Mario Kart and auditioning for J.J. Abrams

"I was the third of three boys desperate for attention. And I got it with extreme volume."

Entertainment

Jack Osbourne On His Reality TV Beginnings & Hunting Ghosts For a Living

“I became the cliche pot-smoking, heavy metal-listening, black eyeliner-wearing, angsty teen.”

The Drop

The Bad Batch reveals an unexpected future for the Star Wars galaxy

“Laser swords and magic Force powers were all I needed.”

Awkward Phase
Awkward Phase

C.M. Punk on backyard wrestling, America Online, and his nerdy beginnings

The former WWE superstar has made a reputation for speaking his mind and always remaining true to himself, even if it breaks a bone or two.

Inverse Codex

Cobra Kai Season 4 Netflix release date, trailer, plot, cast for the Karate Kid sequel

Strike first. Strike hard. No mercy. After making the jump to Netflix, Cobra Kai is a hit, but when will Season 4 arrive?

Awkward Phase

Horror icon Barbara Crampton talks 'Jakob's Wife,' Moody Blues, and bell-bottoms

"If you don't have anything nice to say, don't say it at all."

Awkward Phase
Inverse Social Hour

Pauly Shore on the evolution of movie intimacy during the #MeToo era

The star of 'Encino Man' (1992) and 'Guest House' (2020) was slapped by Tia Carrera during a make-out scene in 'Jury Duty.'

Inverse Social Hour

'Hoops' Season 2? Netflix stars reveal their dream crossover roles

From 'Bojack Horseman' to 'Big Mouth,' the cast of Netflix's short-lived animated series 'Hoops' know exactly where their voice talents should go.

Inverse Social Hour

Thomas Lennon wants to bring back cult comedy show 'The State' with 1 big twist

The 'Reno 911' creator calls it a 'Monsters of Rock' tour for '90s sketch comedians. Will 'The State' and 'Kids in the Hall' join forces?

Inverse Social Hour

'Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse' director has a surprising spinoff idea

From a prequel story to a detailed examination of Peter B. Parker's downfall, 'Spider-Verse' director Peter Ramsey's got some interesting ideas.

Inverse Social Hour

Starship Troopers reboot: Casper Van Dien has a genius idea for a new show

The 'Starship Troopers' star has big plans, and Robert Rodriguez might be involved too...

Inverse Social Hour

How Sean Evans reimagined 'Hot Ones' for a pandemic

The 'Hot Ones' host can't wait to get back into the studio.