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Tag: Entertainment

25 May

[ad_1] When Elon Musk and Grimes announced their baby boy’s name in early May, the internet went ballistic. The little one is called “X Æ A-12”, Musk tweeted, and everyone had questions, one of the most important ones being whether the name was even legal under California law (the answer is no).  There were also […]

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25 May

[ad_1] Ready to spice up your Netflix queue with some full-throttle action?  Whether you’re a fan of science fiction or secret intelligence, car chases or rooftop combat, Neo or Indiana, super pigs or 007, there’s an action movie for every kind of adrenaline seeker on Netflix. The streaming service has classics as well as fresh […]

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24 May

[ad_1] By now, you’ve probably seen some version of the #QuarantineFightChallenge on TikTok. (This one, from Zoë Bell, is still the best of the bunch.) It’s simple enough to grasp. One person starts beefing with the camera to the point that they punch it. When the punch connects, we cut to the next person in […]

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24 May

[ad_1] Perhaps one of the greatest gifts of the streaming era is the abundance of truly weird and wonderful TV available at our fingertips. In the 2010s and beyond, TV comedy took a distinct turn for the weird, inspired by shows like 30 Rock and Community as we entered a new decade.  It’s easy for […]

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24 May

[ad_1] Celebrity quarantine videos have ranged from the fantastic to the pandering. But Helena Bonham Carter and Sam Neill’s Das Fone Hell (a “Cinema Quarantino Production”) is by far the most relatable. Neill shared the short film (which we can imagine making the rounds at the next Sundance) with his Twitter followers on Saturday, detailing […]

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24 May

[ad_1] Avatar 2 has faced setback after setback in the years since the original movie first premiered in 2009, but not even a global pandemic is going to stop it this time. Work on the sequel is set to resume soon in New Zealand, which was reported to have successfully eliminated covid-19 inside the country […]

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23 May

[ad_1] “I’m kinda known for my dancing so this is gonna be easy for me,” Jimmy Fallon said to internationally renowned music and dance superstar Jennifer Lopez, presumably as a joke. Before his interview with Lopez on Friday’s episode of The Tonight Show, Fallon faced off against his guest in this “Watch It Once” TikTok […]

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23 May

[ad_1] Come play with us — from a safe, six-feet distance with precautionary face coverings, please. On May 23, 1980, Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining hit theaters for the first time. 40 years later, it’s renowned as one of the most chilling chapters in horror history, a masterful blend of supernatural and psychological terror so timeless […]

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23 May

[ad_1] On May 23, 2010, the cultural phenomenon of ABC’s Lost concluded after six years. Within the next five days, I rewatched “The End,” the two-part series finale, because I needed to face it alone and bawl my eyes out. I am not heartless, so like any Lost fan I’ve revisited some favorites over the […]

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23 May

[ad_1] Irresistible has joined the long list of films skipping theaters amid the coronavirus pandemic.  On Friday, Focus Features announced the second feature-length movie from writer-director Jon Stewart would head straight to video-on-demand starting June 26. The film will be available to rent on services including Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV,  Google Play, Fandango Now, […]

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