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EXCLUSIVE: Lots of movement on the international box office front this past weekend, and into the beginning of the week. Korean zombie sequel Peninsula, as we reported Sunday, made a meal of five overseas markets with a $21M Wednesday-Sunday frame. That’s the best start we’ve seen since March when Onward opened to $28M in 47
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Post-The Invisible Man, Elisabeth Moss has a handful of interesting genre projects on the way, including the film Run Rabbit Run and the limited television series “Candy.” Additionally, THR reports today, Moss has just launched production company Love & Squalor Pictures and “signed a joint first-look TV deal with Hulu and Fox 21 Television Studios.”
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It’s been a few months since face masks became a regular part of our lives. Whether you’ve made your own thanks to the many DIY tutorials available on YouTube, bought a few cute cloth options from Etsy or gone the disposable route, face masks have definitely become a large part of the “new normal” that
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Olivia Lunny is poised as the next breakthrough Canadian artist/songwriter. At seventeen she released her self-titled EP in early 2018 that garnered her a Western Canadian Music Award nomination for “Pop Artist of the Year”. That success led to her appearance on season two of CTV’s The Launch,  resulting in her winning episode 4 and recording the
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July is Disability Pride Month! As a disabled person, I rarely see that part of my identity represented in books. But all month long, disabled people from around the world are showing pride in their identity and experiences. In the bookish world, disabled authors and readers have been sharing books that center the lives of
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Whether it’s a natural disaster, nuclear war, a zombie apocalypse, climate change, or, say, a viral pandemic, fiction books love to destroy the earth! But what comes next? What emerges from the ashes? The post-apocalyptic book, of course! Exploring what happens after the world collapses, how society rebuilds itself (if it rebuilds at all), and
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One of the persistent criticisms of social media is that people present false, more desirable versions of themselves. But a collection of TikTok users are actually embracing this idea, proudly touting their ability to resemble or transform into other celebrities. The latest headline-making doppelgänger is a Nashville nurse named Ashley, whose video detailing her resemblance
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These days, if you’re not a pogonophile yourself, there’s a fair chance you know someone who is. (We’ll wait here while you Google it.) Brushing off claims that peak beard has been and passed, the facial hair trend is here to stay. And with beards now a firm part of men’s facial furniture, the emphasis
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The protests in Hong Kong are a never-ending story. Recently, China passed a national security law that may threaten many Hong Kongers’ freedom of speech. When the coronavirus crisis ends, some of us might want to visit Hong Kong at some point in our lives. The security measure could put us under surveillance if suspected
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Style Points is a new weekly column about how fashion intersects with the wider world. I have always been supremely jealous of people who slumber like the proverbial log. I’ve never been able to, but especially not now. Not when my brain is an arid desert and my dreams are peopled with a Robert Altman-sized
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If you’ve been around for a while, you may have seen some of my Fashion Disasters articles, where I highlight the poor sartorial choices of superheroes who just can’t seem to get their act together. Superhero comics truly are the gift that keeps giving for those of us who are endlessly entertained by spandex wrought
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