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AV Club FilmsSep 22, 2020
Supergirl to end after season 6
It looks like The CW's Arrowverse is really entering a new MCU-style "phase" pretty soon. Arrow, the show that started it all, ended after eight seasons back at the beginning of this year, and now TVLine says Supergirl will also be coming to an end once it finishes up its upcoming sixth season. Production is supposed…


‘Supergirl' to End With Season 6 at CW (Yahoo! TV)
Charles Barkley wants the NBA season to end so he can leave bubble: ‘My life sucks right now' (Yahoo! TV)

Billboard Music NewsSep 22, 2020
Who Else Should Take Over ‘The Tonight Show' for a Whole Week? Vote!
Next week, BTS will bring "Dynamite" and more explosive surprises for their week-long hosting gig at The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. But who should also have a takeover at the late-night show?

BTS will take over The Tonight Show for a full week (AV Club Films)
BTS Gearing Up For Week-Long ‘Tonight Show' Takeover (Billboard Music News)

NYTimes ArtsSep 22, 2020
‘Stuntwomen: The Untold Hollywood Story' Review: A Woman's Right to Fight
This new documentary is a showcase for stunt performers in Hollywood, but it fails to capture the best of the action.

Yahoo! BooksSep 22, 2020
28-year-old Texas doctor dies after two month battle with coronavirus
Young doctor fell ill after ER coronavirus rotation and suffered 'massive brain bleed

USA Today: BooksSep 22, 2020
New 'Friends' cookbook offers an actually edible meat trifle. Here's what it's like to make it.
I made the infamous English trifle Rachel made for Thanksgiving on "Friends." It was actually good, thanks to "Friends: The Official Cookbook."        

'Friends: The Official Cookbook': Watch us make Rachel's infamous meat trifle (USA Today: Books)

Yahoo! BooksSep 22, 2020
Two new studies indicate COVID-19 can spread on long airline flights, promote distancing
Both studies, taking different approaches, found clusters of COVID-19 cases traced back to long airline flights.

Yahoo! BooksSep 22, 2020
U.S. Labor Department could make it easier to treat workers as independent contractors
During a phone call with reporters, senior department officials said the rule, if adopted, would provide courts with a "cleaner and easier-to-use process" than the complex multi-factor test currently applied in lawsuits alleging workers have been misclassified. Independent contractors are not entitled to many of the legal protections afforded to employees, such as minimum wage and overtime pay. Employees can cost companies up to 40% more than contractors, according to several studies.

NYTimes ArtsSep 22, 2020
Grief and Geology Both Take Time in ‘The Book of Unconformities'
When the anthropologist Hugh Raffles lost two sisters within months, he looked to rocks and stones for a sense of perspective and stability.

Yahoo! ArtsSep 22, 2020
‘Good guys are demonized, criminals are canonised': One of the officers in Breonna Taylor raid speaks out in fiery email
A state of emergency has been declared ahead of an expected announcement from the state's attorney general

Yahoo! BooksSep 22, 2020
A new startup is recruiting gig workers to help landlords evict people from their homes, calling it the fastest-growing moneymaking gig because of COVID-19
The startup has been described as the Uber for evicting people.

AV Club FilmsSep 22, 2020
HBO Max's West Wing reunion special release date is either genius or a really bad choice
For many reasons, we wish we could just skip to 2021, when election season will be behind us and—hopefully—we'll know who will be sworn in on Inauguration Day. (Though, we'd like to take this moment to remind everyone that we're likely looking at Election Month instead of Election Day and to not let any right-wing…


Billboard Music NewsSep 22, 2020
Post Malone, Taylor Swift & More: Who Should Win Top Artist at the 2020 Billboard Music Awards? Vote!
The nominations for the 2020 Billboard Music Awards came out today (Sept. 22), and Post Malone led the list with 16, including one for top artist. So who should win in that category?

Playbill NewsSep 22, 2020
Release Date Set for The West Wing Reunion on HBO Max; Lin-Manuel Miranda and More Guest Stars Announced
Martin Sheen, Allison Janney, Rob Lowe, Bradley Whitford, and more are returning to the White House.

Yahoo! BooksSep 22, 2020
Mitt Romney clears way for Trump to push through speedy Supreme Court nomination
Donald Trump is likely to have the votes in the US Senate to confirm a Supreme Court nominee before the election after Mitt Romney became the latest Republican moderate to back a speedy process. Mr Romney, the Utah senator who was the Republican presidential nominee for the 2012 election, had been seen as a possible rebel given he is one of the few senators willing to publicly speak out against the US president. However on Tuesday Mr Romney disappointed liberals by making explicit his willingness to vote on the person Mr Trump picks to fill the Supreme Court seat open after the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg last week. "The Constitution gives the president the power to nominate and the Senate the authority to provide advice and consent on Supreme Court nominees," Mr Romney said in a statement announcing his position. "Accordingly, I intend to follow the Constitution and precedent in considering the president's nominee. If the nominee reaches the Senate floor, I intend to vote based upon their qualifications."

Yahoo! BooksSep 22, 2020
Trump rages against voter fraud after three courts rule against him
Rulings in three states side with expanding vote-by-mail efforts despite campaign's attacks

Catholic voters can't ignore abortion or Kamala Harris' religious bigotry in 2020 election (Yahoo! Books)
H.E.R. Performs ‘I Can't Breathe' During Michelle Obama's National Voter Registration Day Livestream (Billboard Music News)

Billboard Music NewsSep 22, 2020
20 Questions With Bea Miller: The Surprise Success of ‘Feel Something' & Her ‘Truthful' Next Chapter
Ahead of her next act, Bea Miller caught up with Billboard about the surprise success of "feel something," what fans can expect from her upcoming music, and some of her earliest music memories.

Yahoo! BooksSep 22, 2020
Neon sign blaming Donald Trump for 200,000 coronavirus deaths placed in front of White House
Experts say US could reach 378,000 Covid-19 deaths by new year

Yahoo! TVSep 22, 2020
'The West Wing' reunion special is set for Oct. 15, and will urge you to vote
Rob Lowe, Allison Janney, Martin Sheen and more "West Wing" stars to reunite for an HBO Max special to benefit Michelle Obama's get out the vote org.

Yahoo! BooksSep 22, 2020
AOC rallies liberals over supreme court battle: ‘This is not the time to give up'
New York congresswoman emerges as one of the high-profile faces of the Democratic response on ways to thwart Republicans' plansNew York congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has emerged as one of the high-profile faces of the Democratic response to Republicans' plan to quickly seat a new, conservative supreme court justice.Ocasio-Cortez, one of the most prominent champions of the liberal wing of the Democratic Party, was quick to offer a rallying cry to supporters discouraged by the late-Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death last week."This moment is not the time for despair, it is not the time for cynicism. It is not the time to give up. It is not the time for us to say ‘it's too late' or ‘it's too far gone' or ‘I don't know what to do,' we're going to talk about it right now," The New York congresswoman said in an 40-minute Instagram video posted on Saturday."Because it's that important. Because it is not hyperbole. The actual balance of our democracy rests in the actions that we choose to make - that I choose to make, that you choose to make, that every single individual - chooses to make between now and election day."Ocasio-Cortez has also made appearances alongside New York senator Chuck Schumer, the top ranking Democrat in the Senate. They made a joint appearance Sunday night in Brooklyn to urge supporters to mobilize to fight against Republicans' nominee to replace Ginsburg. That has suggested a strong sense of unity between Ocasio-Cortez and one of the most powerful

Billboard Music NewsSep 22, 2020
Lil Nas X & More Artists React to 2020 Billboard Music Awards Nominations: ‘This Feeling Never Gets Old'
Everyone from Lil Nas X and Machine Gun Kelly to Thomas Rhett and Dan Shay took to social media on Tuesday (Sept. 22) to celebrate their BBMAs nominations.

Billboard Music NewsSep 22, 2020
Jimmy Kimmel Responds to Low Emmys Ratings
The 2020 ceremony's host also poked fun at winners including Jeremy Strong and Zendaya.

Jimmy Kimmel Reflects on Virtual Emmys: ‘We Set a Record. Let's Just Say That.' (Vulture)

Yahoo! BooksSep 22, 2020
Russia touts nuclear-powered icebreaker as proof "the Arctic is ours"
The 570-foot-long "Arktika" is designed to smash Putin's Russia a path of "sovereignty" through ice 9 feet deep in the sensitive northern region.

Playbill NewsSep 22, 2020
WATCH: How Julianne Moore and Bette Midler Became 'Best Friends' on the Set of The Glorias
The Oscar winner plays Gloria Steinem opposite the Tony winner as Bella Abzug in the upcoming biopic.

AV Club FilmsSep 22, 2020
David Byrne's American Utopia is burning down the house in HBO special's new trailer
We're less than a month away from HBO's premiere of David Byrne's American Utopia, the Talking Heads alum's Broadway show that's here been translated to film with the help of Spike Lee. Described by our own A.A. Dowd as a "spiritual sequel" to Jonathan Demme's Stop Making Sense, the concert film finds Byrne and an…


This Must Be the Place (to Watch the Trailer for David Byrne's American Utopia) (Vulture)
Watch the New Trailer for David Byrne's American Utopia (Playbill News)

Playbill NewsSep 22, 2020
Haydn Gwynne, Nancy Carroll, Philip Arditti, More Set for Theatre Royal Bath's 'Welcome Back' Season
The fall season will include Harold Pinter's Betrayal and Michael Frayn's Copenhagen.

NYTimes ArtsSep 22, 2020
‘Enola Holmes' Review: She's Beyond Elementary, and Not Your Dear
Millie Bobby Brown stars as a teenager with sleuth skills that rival her famous brother's in this charming feature.

Yahoo! BooksSep 22, 2020
These gloves help fight COVID-19. But they're made in sweatshop conditions
U.S. trade bans are spurring labor reforms in Malaysia, which produces two-thirds of the world's disposable gloves.

New York Times MoviesSep 22, 2020
We Watched the New York and Toronto Film Festivals From Home
Our critics examine the highs, the lows and the oddities of the online versions of events in Toronto and New York.

New York Times BooksSep 22, 2020
The Freelance Life, but With Superheroes
The novel "Hench," by Natalie Zina Walschots, imagines a lost millennial in a Marvel-style war between good and evil.

Life in an America Where Some Are Only ‘Conditional Citizens' (NYTimes Arts)

NYTimes ArtsSep 22, 2020
The War Crime No One Wants to Talk About
"Our Bodies, Their Battlefields," by Christina Lamb, a British foreign correspondent, provides one of the first exhaustive examinations of rape as a weapon of war.

Time EntertainmentSep 22, 2020
JoJo Siwa Says Today's Kids Inspire Her to Keep Having Fun
The teen star says she looks up to the very same kids she's entertaining

Time EntertainmentSep 22, 2020
Michael B. Jordan on How Justice Is Central to His Work: ‘It Makes Me Want to Work Harder'
The "Black Panther" star is a member of the 2020 Time100. He talked about how justice is central to his work

Yahoo! BooksSep 22, 2020
Single plane passenger infected 15 people with Covid-19, CDC says
Despite her symptoms, the 27-year-old woman boarded her March 1 flight from London to Hanoi, Vietnam.

Yahoo! ArtsSep 22, 2020
The DOJ is reportedly narrowing the focus of its antitrust case against Google to the company's search dominance
The new, narrower focus reflected political disagreements between the DOJ and state attorneys general, according to The New York Times.

Yahoo! BooksSep 22, 2020
Florida's governor is proposing a law that would protect drivers who kill or injure people if they're fleeing a 'mob,' following a spate of incidents of people driving through protest crowds
People have hit protesters with cars dozens of times since the US erupted with protests following the death of George Floyd in May.

AV Club FilmsSep 22, 2020
The premise is simple: People wearing headphones in movies, but they're listening to podcasts
It's honestly wild that bands keep releasing new albums—Fleet Foxes, for example, dropped a new LP just this morning—when everybody collectively gave up on music following the premiere of Serial. Everybody you see walking down the sidewalk wearing headphones is listening to My Favorite Murder or Reply All or Chapo…

VultureSep 22, 2020
New York Comedy Clubs Demand to Reopen With the Same COVID Rules As Restaurants
"It makes zero sense."

VultureSep 22, 2020
Fall Is Officially Here and So Is a New Fleet Foxes Album
The band timed Shore to the autumnal equinox.

VultureSep 22, 2020
Fall Movies Fantasy League Week 3 Results: Antebellum Is a Dud
The social thriller's 27 Tomatometer score earned it the season's first anti-bonus.

Yahoo! BooksSep 22, 2020
Walmart rolling back two of its COVID-19 precautions as customer behaviors change
Here's how your next trip to the retailer could soon look different.

Billboard Music NewsSep 22, 2020
Nashville Songwriter Awards Reveal 2020 Songwriter of the Year: Exclusive
The NSAI names Ashley Gorley its songwriter of the year at this year's virtual Nashville Songwriter Awards. He wins for the fifth time

AV Club FilmsSep 22, 2020
Happy first day of fall! Here's a new Fleet Foxes album
For many, the pandemic (and its subsequent lockdown) hasn't been quite the creative boom it was for Shakespeare. That was true, too, for Fleet Foxes' Robin Pecknold—until it wasn't. The singer and songwriter was sitting on a batch of instrumentals when the Bad Germ swept across the world, struggling to find the words…


Billboard Music NewsSep 22, 2020
Jimmy Buffett Inducted Into Mississippi Songwriters Hall of Fame
Jimmy Buffett, Mac McAnally and the late B.B. King are among the latest inductees to the Mississippi Songwriters Hall of Fame.

BBC Entertainment & ArtsSep 21, 2020
Sam McBratney: Guess How Much I Love You author dies
The Belfast-born author is best known for the children's classic book about two nutbrown hares.

Yahoo! TVSep 21, 2020
‘The Croods: A New Age' Trailer: Meet the Bettermans, Featuring Peter Dinklage and Leslie Mann (Video)
The trailer for "The Croods: A New Age" is out, and it turns out the Croods aren't the only family on earth.There's another, more evolved family living in a utopia of irrigated fields of produce and a fancy treehouse named the Bettermans. Leslie Mann and Peter Dinklage play Phil and Hope Betterman, and Eep Crood (Emma Stone) couldn't be happier to meet their daughter, Dawn (Kelly Marie Tran) her first-ever friend that's a girl her own age. But Grug Crood (Nicholas Cage) isn't so sure all this fancy new stuff, like the TV-like bird-watching that's got all of Guy's (Ryan Reynolds) attention, is a good idea.Watch the trailer above.Also Read: Emmys' Historic Diversity: Majority of this Year's Acting Winners Are Black"The Croods need a new place to live. So, the first prehistoric family sets off into the world in search of a safer place to call home. When they discover an idyllic walled-in paradise that meets all their needs, they think their problems are solved … except for one thing. Another family already lives there: the Bettermans," reads the official description from Universal Pictures and Dreamworks Animation."When they take the Croods in as the world's first houseguests, it isn't long before tensions escalate between the cave family and the modern family," the description continues. "Just when all seems lost, a new threat will propel both families on an epic adventure outside the safety of the wall, one that will force

AV Club FilmsSep 21, 2020
Sterling K. Brown has joined the West Wing reunion special, so at least 2020 gave us that
The West Wing creator Aaron Sorkin has long spoken of his dream to reboot his former NBC political drama with This Is Us star and perennial Emmy nominee Sterling K. Brown as president. Since This Is Us still has at least two more seasons, we doubt we'll be getting a full-on reboot any time soon. But it looks like at…


NYTimes ArtsSep 21, 2020
Jimmy Kimmel's Audience-Free 2020 Emmys Monologue
Kimmel started his pandemic-era monologue by delivering it to a fake audience. "Of course we don't have an audience," he quipped. "This isn't a MAGA rally."

NYTimes ArtsSep 20, 2020
‘Faith Healer' Review: Michael Sheen Stirs the Embers in the Ashes
In this enthralling streaming production of Brian Friel's 1979 play, an itinerant miracle worker is grounded in a gritty reality. Entertainment NewsSep 18, 2020
The Best Movies We Watched at the 2020 Toronto International Film Festival

This year's Toronto International Film Festival was really one for the history books. With all of the films being available to watch virtually, this was the first time we've ever covered a film festival from our living room couch. But just because it was a virtual festival doesn't at all mean it wasn't valuable and, ultimately, memorable. Here's a little bit more on just how memorable the virtual 2020 TIFF was. Even though the festival was a virtual one this...

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AV Club FilmsSep 18, 2020
Good news, puddin': HBO Max renews Harley Quinn for a 3rd season
Season two of Harley Quinn may have ended on an exceptionally high note, but that doesn't mean that we weren't ready, willing, and more than able to sit in on a few more adventures from Gotham's newest chaotic couple. So yes, we absolutely let out a high-pitched sigh of relief when HBO Max announced on Friday that it…


NYTimes ArtsSep 18, 2020
New York Film Festival Gives New Life to 'The Spook Who Sat by the Door'
"The Spook Who Sat by the Door," a 1973 parable about institutional racism, was pulled from theaters after only a few weeks. The New York Film Festival is giving new life to the cult film.

Time EntertainmentSep 09, 2020
The 34 Most Anticipated Movies of Fall 2020
From "Mulan" to "Wonder Woman 1984," here are the most anticipated movies hitting streaming services (and maybe theaters) this fall

Time EntertainmentAug 06, 2020
Singer-Songwriter Lauv on Turning to Music and Coping in Quarantine
Lauv released his debut album, How I'm Feeling, on March 6. Just a few weeks later, the world began to shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic. Lauv is a singer-songwriter whose intimate, downtempo pop has made him a go-to artist on streaming platforms and as a featured voice for artists like Troye Sivan, BTS… Entertainment NewsJun 23, 2020
Shirley: Elisabeth Moss, Michael Stuhlbarg, and Josephine Decker Discuss the Movie's Unique Relationships

  Shirley Jackson's most famous work, The Haunting of Hill House, has been turned into two feature films and a hit Netflix mini-series. But the biopic Shirley does not even mention her most seminal work. That's because it's not a standard biopic, but instead, a film that digs into the atmosphere of Jackson's gothic prose and weaves a standalone tale all its own. Josephine Decker's film begins shortly after "The Lottery" was published in The New...

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DVD ReviewsJan 14, 2019
Scotty and the Secret History of Hollywood
In 10 Words or LessA charismatic guy, a fascinating life and Hollywood's secretsReviewer's Bias*Hollywood history, good documentaries
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The A.V. Club - MusicJul 17, 2018
Pennywise Is Happy He Gets to Hang With the Big Kids in the It Sequel
While filming the first It film, director Andy Muschetti made sure to keep the kids away from Pennywise (Bill Skarsgård) when they weren't filming so the diabolic clown would stay as terrifying as possible to them. However, now that Pennywise is a celebrity—and It: Chapter Two's actors are adults—Skarsgård is thrilled…


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