Month: July 2020

The ballyhoo accompanying a new promising artist, however well-meaning, often comes across as inflated. The lyrics for the seven songs on Jesse Lynn Madera’s full-length studio debut Fortunes are often quite good, but comparisons to Leonard Cohen are off the mark and do nothing but impose artificial standards for her to live up to. They likewise serve
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Never judge a book by its cover – or a movie by its trailer! For this list, we’re looking at teasers and trailers that misled audiences – in terms of a movie’s style, tone, genre, or plot. We’re not saying that these films are bad; some were better than expected! Our countdown includes “Drive”, “Suicide
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The legacy of The 100 exists because of the writing that defined it. With writers like Charmaine DeGraté involved, it is no wonder that the characters and specific episodes have left such a lasting mark on the audience. Charmaine is not only the name inspiration for the badass Charmaine Diyoza, but she has also proved
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EXCLUSIVE: Those in town assuming that one of the other big exhibition circuits will fall in line with AMC, and seek their own 17-day theatrical window-PVOD deal with Universal, will soon realize that it will be a cold day in hell. Cineworld CEO Mooky Greidinger, who oversees the world’s second largest chain, exclusively tells Deadline
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The line will launch with what Rihanna calls the Fenty Skin Start’rs, with three two-in-one products: the Fat Water Pore-Refining Toner Serum, and the Hydra Vizor Invisible Moisturizer Broad Spectrum SFF 30 Sunscreen. Not only is every formula clean, value-packed, multitasking and designed to work seamlessly with makeup, but the entire line was designed to
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Behind every Olympic win is an unforgettable journey filled with highs and lows. With six medals under his belt, Team USA’s Bode Miller may look like the ultimate success story on paper. But according to the alpine ski racer, being an Olympic medalist isn’t all celebratory. Bode, along with several other world-famous competitors including Michael Phelps, Lolo Jones,
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In a job where everyone’s constantly being compared—by their stats, their contracts, their Madden ratings—Falcon’s running back Todd Gurley II is finding  ways to keep his head straight. On the latest episode of GQ’s Instagram Live show The Drop-In with Mark Anthony Green, Gurley shared some wisdom on staying mentally healthy in a pressure cooker
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August 1 marks the abolition of the enslavement in British colonies, including Canada. Here, three Canadians explain what the day means to them Marking Emancipation Day 2020 will be a very different experience from years past. With the backdrop of simultaneous public health crises—the COVID-19 pandemic, and ongoing police violence—we’re forced to recognize this momentous
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Check out newly announced release dates, which movies are coming to home video this week, and recommendations from your host Khail Anonymous and Rotten Tomatoes editor Alex Vo in this new episode of ‘Weekly Ticket’! ► See the full list on FandangoNOW: https://www.fandangonow.com/list/300-essential-movies?cmp=MCYT_YouTube_Desc Tune-in to Weekly Ticket every Tuesday to help you decide what to
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Whoever leaked the footage, they did a great service to the Deadpool property. While Ryan Reynolds debuted as Wade Wilson in 2009’s X-Men Origins: Wolverine, that was hardly a faithful adaptation of the character, whereas Deadpool showed off Wade Wilson’s fourth wall-breaking charm to the general public seven years later. Along with being met with
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After AMC CEO Adam Aron publicly threatened that he would never play Universal movies as along as the studio had a plan for simultaneous theatrical-PVOD releases like Trolls World Tour, the world’s No. 1 exhibitor and the Hollywood studio have broken bread with the following multi-year agreement: Universal and Focus Features releases will play at
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