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You know how it is: You’re just trying to live your life one day, spending time with your girlfriend, going for a walk, all that normal stuff. And then one of those ding-dang superheroes suddenly explodes her into a million little pieces because he wasn’t paying enough attention while fighting someone while moving at s

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After getting her start in short film and reality television—including a stint as director of photography for MTV’s The Hills—cinematographer Rachel Morrison has become a major name in the world of move-making of late, having brought her craft to everything from Ryan Coogler’s Fruitvale Station and Black Panther to

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HBO put a whole bunch of actors out of work this year when it finally brought its blockbuster Game Of Thrones to a semi-crashing, much-petitioned halt. Regardless of their final status on the show—crushed, stabbed, burnt, eviscerated, poisoned, or even, against all odds, “survived”—all of the show’s stars are now

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Country music has a long history of brazen women doggedly persevering over daunting personal and societal odds. As far back as 1952, Kitty Wells shredded the hypocrisy of sexual double standards in her song “It Wasn’t God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels,” and Loretta Lynn had already given birth to three children when she

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Did you know “love” is actually synonymous with “Gyllenhaal”? Because, fun fact, it is. And James Corden wants you all to know with this Whitney Houston parody professing his love for Jake Gyllenhaal. Like a lot of us, Corden just cannot get Gyllenhaal out of his damn head. Even puppies in sunnies can’t do the trick.

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Today, Shia LaBeouf appeared on Los Angeles’ Kevin & Bean radio show as part of efforts to promote his Slauson Rec Theatre Company, a free theatre school open to anyone. During that appearance, co-host and writer Jensen Karp took the opportunity to apologize for a stunt he pulled in 2014, one that went to great

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At this point, the dead horse of “things Game of Thrones did wrong in its final season” has been kicked more times than you can count. There are, of course, many fair points, but it’s time to move on, leave it in the past, and, from here on out, just binge through season six. If you’re unable, though, allow us to

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