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My Favorite Murder’s Creators Are Launching a Podcast Network

Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark, the duo behind the beloved crime-themed comedy podcast My Favorite Murder, announced today that they are launching a new network of shows in partnership with Stitcher, the podcast platform owned by Midroll Media. Called Exactly ...

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Luke Null Will Not Return to Saturday Night Live Next Season

Saturday Night Live returns this fall for its 44th season, and we can expect at least one change in the opening credits. A source has confirmed to Vulture that Luke Null, who was hired as a featured player prior to ...

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The Alarming Reality of Terrace House’s ‘Kiss Out of Nowhere’

The Japanese Netflix reality show Terrace House, now in its fourth season, is still mostly a cult concern in the U.S. But its popularity has steadily gained off the back of an increasing backlog of “the nicest reality show you’ll ...

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Keri Russell Set to Smolder Across From Adam Driver in Broadway’s Burn This Revival

Now that she’s got a little more free time on her hands, Keri Russell is doing what we all would do if we just had a few extra hours in the day: making her Broadway debut. The Americans star has ...

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On Cinema’s Gregg Turkington Speaks Out on the New ‘Popular Film’ Oscars Category

Last week, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced some changes to the Oscars going forward, including a new award category for “achievement in popular film.” The decision has left many critics scratching their heads, but there’s one ...

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How a Mandarin Cover of Coldplay’s ‘Yellow’ Showed Up in Crazy Rich Asians

If you found yourself sobbing at the end of director Jon M. Chu’s Crazy Rich Asians, you’re probably already familiar with the final song on the movie’s soundtrack, a Mandarin cover of Coldplay’s “Yellow.” Sung by Chinese-American singer Katherine Ho, ...

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To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before Is a Witty, Sweet Teen Romance

I didn’t appreciate what a unicorn-like rarity a good, solid boy is in a teen comedy until To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before. “The male lead was a drip, but it doesn’t matter!” is a line I feel like ...

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Taylor Swift Gets Emotional Onstage While Addressing Her Sexual-Assault

A few months before last fall’s #MeToo movement emboldened more women and men to come forward about their experiences with sexual misconduct, Taylor Swift was recounting hers in a courtroom. Swift was sued by radio host and DJ David Mueller ...

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How Sacha Baron Cohen Tricked His Way Into DJing at a Florida Nightclub

In the fifth episode of Who Is America?, Sacha Baron Cohen’s gruff ex-con character Rick Sherman eschews painting in favor of electronic dance music in his continued journey to adjust back into society. Coming from a man who previously Jackson ...

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Widows Trailer: Viola Davis Gets a Criminal Team of Her Own

If Ocean’s 8 is too glitzy a crime movie for you, Steve McQueen, Gillian Flynn, and Viola Davis have something entirely different cooking. In Widows, Davis unites with Michelle Rodriguez, Elizabeth Debicki, and Cynthia Erivo to finish their late husbands’ ...

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