Month: November 2020

Let’s start off on the frozen fringes of the Arctic Circle in Iceland, and work our way south, kill by kill. Yup, it’s another week of cold hearts and hot blood with new mystery releases by Ragnar Jonasson and Helene Tursten set in Iceland and Sweden, respectively, but you’ll also have the chance to visit
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For the past couple of months, Katie Holmes has been dating New York City chef Emilio Vitolo Jr., with the couple being photographed out in the city regularly. Amid reports that the couple’s romance is becoming “serious,” Entertainment Tonight spoke to a source about how Katie spent the Thanksgiving holiday and what her relationship is
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Christmas came to the Trump White House one last visit before the current residents vacate the 1600 Penn residence. First Lady Melania is being dragged for using what some say are ‘funeral urns’ as decor. The holidays have come to Washington D.C. and for one last time, Melania Trump decorated the White House before President Elect Joe
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Hallelujah! Salons we be reopening their doors this week and our hair is thirsty for a new season freshen up as we venture out of lockdown hibernation. Whilst December won’t look like normal this year (we miss you, office Christmas parties), there will be a certain amount of face time with friends and family –
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Zendaya, fresh off a historic Emmy Award win, will return as Rue in the first part of Euphoria‘s special episodes. But with her character on a downward spiral and longing for Hunter Schafer’s Jules during the holiday season, the trailer for the first special is anything but euphoric. The short snippet, released on Monday, shows
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Britain’s culture minister thinks Netflix TV series The Crown should come with a disclaimer: It’s a work of fiction. Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden weighed in amid criticism of the historical liberties taken by the drama about the British royal family. “It’s a beautifully produced work of fiction. So as with other TV productions, Netflix should
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In case you haven’t been counting down the days, there are precisely 2 left (less than 48 hours!) of Lockdown 2.0. And there’s a lot to look forward to – eating in restaurants again, being able to sort out your lockdown hair, and getting Christmas shopping done in person. Depending on which tier you fall
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President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris have chosen an all-female White House senior communications team, led by Jen Psaki as press secretary and Kate Bedingfield as communications director. Psaki currently oversees communications for the presidential transition, and she previously served as White House communications director under President Barack Obama, and as State Department spokesperson
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The Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) crowned the winners from its 2020 awards ceremony today, with Babyteeh and Stateless dominating the film and TV categories respectively. Shannon Murphy’s tragi-comedy Babyteeth was the big winner on the film side, scooping Best Film, Best Direction, Screenplay (Rita Kalnejais), Actor (Toby Wallace), Actress (Eliza Scanlen),
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SPELLON BLU-RAY™ & DVD JANUARY 12AVAILABLE NOW ON DIGITAL Omari Hardwick (“Power,” Sorry to Bother You), Loretta Devine (“Black-ish,” Crash) and John Beasley (The Sum of All Fears, The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks) star in the terrifying thriller SPELL. The film arrives on Blu-ray & DVD January 12, 2021 from Paramount Home Entertainment. The
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As states and cities start new stay-at-home orders — specifically Los Angeles county — it is only expected that box office will continue to struggle. This applies even more to the specialty box office. This weekend we saw a trio of films about iconic figures in cultural history: the Gabriel Range-directed Stardust showed us the early
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