Hands up if you’re struggling to sleep right now? Yep, us too. The tumultuous events of the past 16 months have left us restless during the day, and with disrupted sleeping patterns during the night. At this point, we’d try any new sleep technique, relaxation-boosting mattress or mindfulness app on the market. Which is how,
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Sunday AM Update: Refresh for chart and more analysis  Jungle Cruise starring Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt kept its ship together at the box office over the weekend, and actually saw an uptick in Friday-to-Saturday grosses (when you back out Thursday previews of $2.7M) of +15% which puts the adventure film at $34.2M, an opening that’s not far
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The Film That Lit My Fuse is a Deadline video series that aims to provide an antidote to headlines about industry uncertainty by swinging the conversation back to the creative ambitions, formative influences, and inspirations of some of today’s great screen artists. Every installment asks the same five questions. Today’s subject is Winston Duke, whose latest
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EXCLUSIVE: Paper Girls developer and executive producer Stephany Folsom has stepped down as co-showrunner of the Amazon series, based on Brian K. Vaughan and Cliff Chiang’s graphic novel, which is currently filming. Folsom will have no active participation in the series going forward with co-showrunner Christopher C. Rogers becoming the solo showrunner. Production on Paper
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American Horror Stories conjures inspired scares with a murderous Santa, but falls flat with its vile cast of social media-obsessed Grinches. “We’re not just gonna sit here, Barry. We’re gonna record it.” I love Killer Santas. There’s something absolutely twisted about the perversion of this symbol of purity and childhood innocence, whether it’s through the
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News Daft Punk’s Thomas Bangalter to Score New Ballet Mythologies The collaboration with Opéra National de Bordeaux and Ballet Preljocaj premieres in 2022 By Noah Yoo July 31, 2021 Facebook Twitter Thomas Bangalter photo by Pierre Suu/GC Images Facebook Twitter Thomas Bangalter’s first post-Daft Punk project is a new ballet titled Mythologies. A co-production between
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If you feel like you’re losing your mind, you’re not weird. In fact, right now you’re probably in the majority and dealing with what people are calling “pandemic brain.” There are many reasons for why the late-stage pandemic is messing with your brain. Your colleagues are showing up for Zoom calls fresh-faced and smiling, moments
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Annihilation (2018) (Amazon Rental) As the last item on this list, we take a look into the sci-fi world once again. In Annihilation, Natalie Portman portrays Lena, a scientist who leads a group of explorers into “The shimmer,” a mysterious quarantined zone that is filled with mutated plants and animals that were caused by an
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UPDATED, 8:16 PM: Elite gymnast Simone Biles has pulled out another Olympic event: the individual floor exercise, scheduled for Monday. Whether she’ll compete in the balance beam event taking place Tuesday remains to be determined. USA Gymnastics confirmed the development on Saturday night, via their official Twitter account. “Simone has withdrawn from the event final
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Before the Halloweenies head to Hollywood in August for Scream 3, they have some film courses to complete this summer at Windsor College. In June, they visited Mark Rosman’s 1982 American slasher The House on Sorority Row. For July, they’re conjuring Demons. More specifically, Lamberto Bava’s 1985 Italian meta blood bath. Fueled by a star-studded
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Translated by Mike Mitchell — Basel is an icy city during the winter, situated in a corner of Switzerland just spitting distance from both France and Germany. It’s a different Switzerland to the ski slopes, Swiss watches and secretive banks; Basel is a snowbound city with a conservative populace, who view recent immigrants from the
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