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Picture this: a prestigious university, a media scandal, a rebelling staff, and plenty of personal drama. No, we’re not talking about your college days — this is the setting for Sandra Oh‘s new Netflix miniseries, The Chair. Since you’re surely interested, we’ve compiled everything you need to prep for the series down below. Read More »

Flash Gordon 1980

Two years ago, Taika Waititi signed on to helm a Flash Gordon movie about the space opera comic hero who debuted back in 1934. The film was initially planned to be an animated feature but recent reports prove that’s no longer the case, and the project is now being developed as a live-action film. Read More »

Great British Bakeoff Daily Stream

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The Series: The Great British Bake Off (AKA: The Great British Baking Show)

Where You Can Stream It: Netflix

The Pitch: A group of amateur bakers spend 10 episodes dazzling us while trying to impress the judges and become the next national treasure of Britain.

Why It’s Essential Viewing: Because everyone’s been saying for eternity that The Great British Bake Off will change your life. And they were right. Read More »

Love Victor Season 3

High school drama lives on! Love, Victor has officially been renewed for a third season, meaning fans can finally release the breath they’ve been holding for the past month.

After premiering the second season back in June, Hulu spent a period of radio silence letting fans wonder if we’d see our favorite messy teens onscreen again. We were especially eager for word, given the massive cliffhanger that ended the second season. For a while, it seemed like Victor’s (Michael Cimino) love life was in shambles, but his last-minute decision left everything in question. Read More »

the crown season 5 first look

Although the actual royal family isn’t exactly at the height of its power, Netflix’ version of the monarchy has been thriving for years now. The latest season of their British drama The Crown has been dubbed the very best, ramping up the drama as it explored the courting and initial fallout of Princess Diana and Prince Charles. Since the season’s release last year, we’ve been left to wait for news of the show’s next era — complete with a new set of cast members.

Finally, the wait has begun to pay off and we’ve been given something even grander than casting news: an actual look at season 5. We now have our first peek at a member of this revitalized royal family — and it’s a biggie. Imelda Staunton, the Queen herself has arrived.

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Shania Russell’s Favorite Movies of All Time

shania russell's favorite movies

Hiya, /Film readers, it’s ya girl, Shania.

No wait, that’s a lie, I’m actually very new here and not ya girl at all. But guess what? That’s what this article is all about! This is my first official hurrah, where I’ve been asked to introduce myself via my 15 favorite movies. Which is very exciting, if mildly distressing. In fact, I’m starting to think this is a form of hazing… but I’ve decided to just go along with it.

All sorts of trivial worries were plaguing me as I wrote this list: what if I’m forgetting a title that’s really important to me? What if my 15 favorites of all time are movies I haven’t even seen yet?

Well, I’ve ultimately determined there’s nothing I can do about those things, and that’s okay. The only thing longer than the list of movies I already love is the list of movies I’m still dying to see. So for all I know, this won’t stack up the same if I try to make it next year or even next week. But this list isn’t perfect, because it doesn’t need to be — it just needs to be me.

So for right now, here’s a list of movies I 100% stand by.

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my fake boyfriend cast

As if the lack of romantic comedies isn’t distressing enough, the few we get have a tendency to be overwhelmingly straight. Even when they aren’t, they often throw their queer characters into the background, with squint-and-you-miss-it storylines. But every now and again, studios take a step in the right direction and give the people what they want. Today, there happens to be two of them:  teaming up for another production, Buzzfeed and Lionsgate are co-producing the LGBTQ+ teen rom-com, My Fake Boyfriend.

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‘Hawkeye’: Release Date, Cast and More

Jeremy Renner Hawkeye

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Marvel can only keep their projects shrouded in mystery for so long. Their upcoming Disney+ show Hawkeye is slowly approaching its release later this year, which means more info is always on the way.

If you’re looking to stay up to date on Clint Barton’s next adventure, you’ll find everything you need to know down below. Read More »

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Hour-long TV dramas about small-town murders never get old, so Showtime is swooping in with your latest edition of small-town cop vs the world. Their upcoming series American Rust, based on a novel of the same name, is just a few months away from its premiere. If you’re psyched to solve another mystery and get a glimpse of another grim small town, keep scrolling. Below is everything you need to know about American Rust. Read More »

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How the Multiverse Works

This post contains spoilers for Loki season 1.

With Phase 4 of the MCU in full swing, things are getting more complicated by the day. Back in the simpler times, all our worries boiled down to alien invasions and the occasional inter-dimensional cosmic entity. But ever since Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) solved time travel, things have gotten exponentially weirder and much more confusing.

Loki took that about 20 steps further by introducing the idea of the multiverse. The Time Variance Authority first explained it as branches in the sacred timeline, disruptions that veered things off course and had to be eliminated. But in the series finale, we learn that they were just hell-bent on eliminating any more instances of He Who Remains, the wacky Jonathan Majors character with a penchant for comedy. And by comedy, I mean starting multiversal wars. Which is decidedly a bad thing.

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