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Jan 22, 2022

Regina King's Son, Ian Alexander Jr., Dies at Age 26
"Our family is devastated at the deepest level by the loss of Ian," a family statement shared Saturday by a King spokesman said

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Jan 21, 2022

Historical Drama Munich: The Edge of War Is the Ultimate Dad Movie—In the Best Way
Dad movies, at least among those who aren't actual dads, tend to be undervalued pleasures; they pluck a certain satisfying, resonant chord, often without being particularly flashy. Munich: The Edge of War, directed by Christian Schwochow and adapted from Robert Harris' 2017 novel, is the ultimate dad movie: its setting is the 1938 Munich conference…

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Jan 21, 2022

Louie Anderson, Emmy-Winning Comedian, Dies at 68
LOS ANGELES — Louie Anderson, whose four-decade career as a comedian and actor included his unlikely, Emmy-winning performance as mom to twin adult sons in the TV series "Baskets," died Friday. He was 68. Anderson died at a hospital in Las Vegas of complications from cancer, said Glenn Schwartz, his longtime publicist. Anderson had a…

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Jan 21, 2022

Bat Out of Hell Singer Meat Loaf, Dies At 74
(NEW YORK) — Meat Loaf, the rock superstar loved by millions for his "Bat Out of Hell" album and for such theatrical, dark-hearted anthems as "Paradise By the Dashboard Light," "Two Out of Three Ain't Bad," and "I'd Do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That)," has died. He was 74. The singer born…

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Jan 20, 2022

Remembering André Leon Talley: Remarkably Accessible in an Elitist Fashion Industry
Former Vogue creative director and editor-at-large André Leon Talley, known for his rare combination of exuberance, intellect, and brilliant humor, died on Jan. 18 in White Plains, New York at the age of 73. So many, in and outside of the fashion industry, have shared memories of interactions with him, which is a testament to…

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Jan 20, 2022

How I Met Your Father and the Insufferable History of the Lovelorn Sitcom Dude
It's a surprisingly retro show to be debuting in 2022, and much of that comes down to a tired sitcom trope that needs to be retired

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Jan 20, 2022

‘A Voice For All Time.' Songwriter Diane Warren Remembers Ronnie Spector
Ronnie Spector's voice made pop songs into pop symphonies. You could feel the angst and passion in every note. You can sing great but if you don't have that passion; that heart and soul, it means nothing. Spector, who died on Jan. 12, at 78, had it all. You felt it. When she sang, you…

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Jan 20, 2022

There's So Much More To Say About Bill Cosby
Comedian W. Kamau Bell on why, despite a host of reasons not to, he decided to make a new Showtime docuseries about his one-time idol

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Jan 20, 2022

What And Just Like That Gets Right About Parenting a Nonbinary Child, According to an Expert
On Sex and the City, Charlotte was a woman in her 30s who dreamed of becoming a mom. In the show's sequel series, And Just Like That, she's a middle-aged mother of two and facing parenting challenges she never quite expected. Charlotte's main arc on the new show has centered on one of her kids,…

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Jan 20, 2022

The Gilded Age Brings Downton Abbey to New York—And Mostly Works
If 'Downton' is the greatest story Evelyn Waugh never told, then 'The Gilded Age' kicks off Julian Fellowes' Edith Wharton era.

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Jan 19, 2022

Influential Fashion Journalist André Leon Talley Dies at 73
Talley's literary agent David Vigliano confirmed Talley's death, but no additional details were immediately available

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Jan 16, 2022

What the Yellowjackets Season 1 Finale Reveals About the Show's Wild Teen Matriarchy
Because adolescence is a gauntlet, and because women are still the second sex, almost every story pop culture tells about teenage girls is also a story about the horrors society inflicts on them.

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Jan 14, 2022

A Spoiler-Filled Breakdown of the New Scream
Warning: Spoilers ahead for Scream 5 Characters in the 1996 Scream were well-versed in the ground rules for horror movies. As Woodsboro, Calif.'s resident movie geek Randy Meeks (Jamie Kennedy) made clear in the franchise's first installment, abstaining from sex is your best chance of making it out of a scary movie alive. He also…

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Jan 14, 2022

Sen. Sherrod Brown Has Some Thoughts About ‘Succession'
The chairman of the Senate banking committee believes the show is pretty realistic

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Jan 14, 2022

Hanya Yanagihara Is Never Going to Read Your Mean Tweets
One of the most anticipated books of the year, Hanya Yanagihara's To Paradise, is already one its most debated. The doorstopping 720-page novel is split into three sections, each focused on different characters by the same names, living through different eras—and versions—of America. It's a sweeping and at times disturbing look at an alternate history…

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Jan 13, 2022

I Searched for Answers About My Enslaved Ancestor. What I Found Was More Questions
'Did slavery make home always somewhere else?'

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Jan 13, 2022

Queen Elizabeth II Strips Prince Andrew of Military Roles, Patronages
More than 150 navy and army veterans wrote to the queen asking her to strip Andrew of all his military ranks and titles

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Jan 13, 2022

Ronnie Spector, 60s Icon Behind ‘Be My Baby,' Dies at 78
The Ronettes' sexy look and powerful voices turned them into one of the premier acts of the girl-group era

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Jan 12, 2022

How Cheer Season 2 Handles the Jerry Harris Child Porn Allegations
The Netflix docuseries returns for a new season, which addresses allegations of child pornography against one of its fan-favorite cheerleaders

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Jan 12, 2022

Where Cheer Season 2 Finds All Your Favorite Navarro Cheerleaders—Plus a Whole New Crew of Rivals
The viewing experience of the first season of the Netflix show Cheer was built on an exciting sense of momentum. The docuseries, which follows an elite cheerleading team at Navarro College in Corsicana, TX, spent the entire season building toward the climactic finale at a national championship. Season 2 of Cheer also builds toward something,…

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Jan 11, 2022

Dana Schwartz Wrote the YA Romance She Always Wanted to Read
You might recognize Dana Schwartz's name, it's just a matter of where you've seen it. Some know her as the creator and host of the Noble Blood podcast, where she tells the stories of royals past; others through the parody Twitter account @GuyinyourMFA, which she started when she was a college student in 2013. There's…

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Jan 11, 2022

Lindsey Vonn: The World Deemed Me ‘Dramatic' for My Injuries. A Man Would've Been Called Resilient
Toward the end of the 2015-2016 ski season, I was on a competitive high. I had come back from multiple crashes in 2013 and 2014 that left me with a swath of injuries, particularly to my knees, and I was winning race after race. Everything was going so well that with a few weeks still…

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Jan 10, 2022

Nobel Laureate Abdulrazak Gurnah Urges Us Not to Forget the Past
When Tanzanian novelist Abdulrazak Gurnah won the 2021 Nobel Prize in Literature last October, becoming the first Black writer to win the award since Toni Morrison in 1993, his books shot to the top of must-read lists. But in the U.S., as well as other parts of the world, the now 73-year-old author's backlist (10…

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Jan 10, 2022

Golden Globe Awards Reduced to a Live Blog and Baffling Tweets After Being Canceled by NBC
The embattled Hollywood Foreign Press Association proceeded with its film awards Sunday night without a telecast, nominees, a red carpet, a host, press or even a livestream

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Jan 09, 2022

Bob Saget, a Dirty Comic Who Gained Wholesome Image on Full House and America's Funniest Home Videos, Dies at 65
Saget played squeaky clean Danny Tanner, a widower and father to three young girls, on Full House

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Jan 07, 2022

The More Bonkers Search Party Got, the More Authentically It Captured Millennial Adulthood
Alia Shawkat's millennial mystery-comedy got weirder with each passing season. That's what made it feel so authentic

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Jan 07, 2022

The 40 Most Anticipated Video Games of 2022
From Horizon Forbidden West to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2

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Jan 07, 2022

Why All Actors—and the World—Owe a Debt to Sidney Poitier
Poitier helped reshape that world to such a degree that we'll never be able to reckon fully with his impact

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Jan 07, 2022

The 10 Most Anticipated Cookbooks of 2022
Baking bread may have been an early pandemic trend, but two years later, interest in cooking at home has not waned. As restaurants have struggled to remain open throughout the unpredictable peaks of COVID-19 variants and families working from home have bonded over a newfound opportunity to make their own meals, the publishing industry has…

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Jan 07, 2022

A Hero Is a Beautiful Drama That Demands a Great Deal of Patience
Oscar-winning Iranian filmmaker Ashgar Farhadi's new film tells the story of a naïve man who makes some bad choices

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Jan 07, 2022

Spy Thriller The 355 Has the Right Ingredients, But They Never Come Together
The new movie starring Jessica Chastain, Lupita Nyong'o, Diane Kruger and Penelope Cruz needs more wit, glamour and lightness

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Jan 06, 2022

Peter Bogdanovich, Director of The Last Picture Show and Paper Moon, Dies at 82
Considered part of a generation of young "New Hollywood" directors, Bogdanovich was heralded as an auteur from the start

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Jan 06, 2022

Delia Ephron on Finding Love Again in her 70s
Delia Ephron is aware that her story sounds like it's straight out of a movie. First, over the span of just a few years, the novelist and screenwriter suffered a crushing amount of loss. Her sister and collaborator, the acclaimed filmmaker and writer Nora Ephron, died of cancer in 2012. Three years later, she also…

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Jan 06, 2022

Women of the Movement Is a Flawed But Crucial Retelling of the Emmett Till Tragedy
While the show falls short of greatness, its existence as a counter-narrative to whitewashed histories feels crucial at a time when Americans are so fiercely divided over how we teach and learn about race in our country

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Jan 05, 2022

With Omicron Surging, the Grammys Are on Hold and Sundance Will Go Entirely Virtual
With schools and offices closing their doors due to the Covid-19 omicron variant, the entertainment industry is also changing its plans

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Jan 05, 2022

Shonda Rhimes Already Knows What You're Going to Watch Next
Television's most influential creator is poised to reshape the streaming landscape, just like she did with prime?time TV

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Jan 04, 2022

Artificial Intelligence Can Now Craft Original Jokes—And That's No?Laughing Matter
Don't you hate it," says Jon the Robot, gesturing with tiny articulated arms at an expectant crowd, "when you're trying to solve inverse kinematics equations to pick up a cup and then you get ‘Error 453, no solution found'?" The crowd laughs. "Don't you hate that?" An experiment billed as a comedy act, Jon is…

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Dec 31, 2021

Betty White Has Died at 99. Here's How The Golden Girls Transformed Her From Star to Legend
White's brilliant portrayal of wide-eyed Rose Nylund charmed generations of fans

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Dec 29, 2021

Cheugy, Murraya and Critical Race Theory: The Words That Defined 2021
Looking back at 2021, the year was characterized by the challenges and joys of the world opening up again after a year of uncertainty and social distancing. (And then, in recent weeks, locking back down again with the emergence of the Omicron variant.) One of the most cogent ways to see the reach of this…

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Dec 29, 2021

The Greatest New Year's Eve Scene Ever Committed to Film
The divide between people who claim to love New Year's Eve and those who loathe it is perhaps not as wide as you'd think. Even if you strive to view the midnight countdown as a time of fresh beginnings, it's human to be at least slightly haunted by the specter of everything you failed to…

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Dec 28, 2021

7 Video Interviews With the People Who Defined 2021
As 2021 wraps, TIME looks back at some of this year's most fascinating video interviews

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Dec 27, 2021

Artist Wayne Thiebaud Dies at 101
(LOS ANGELES) — Wayne Thiebaud, whose luscious, colorful paintings of cakes and cityscapes combined sensuousness, nostalgia and a hint of melancholy, has died. He was 101. His death was confirmed in a statement Sunday by his gallery, Acquavella, which didn't say where or when Thiebaud died. "Even at 101 years old, he still spent most…

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Dec 27, 2021

The Breakout Musical Stars of TikTok in 2021
Many artists' origin stories are now entwined with TikTok--including Olivia Rodrigo, Tai Verdes and PinkPantheress

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Dec 27, 2021

Everything You Need to Know Before Watching The Book of Boba Fett
As we prepare to close the book on 2021, Disney is opening up another one, and this tome comes from a library far, far away. The Book of Boba Fett, a new series that's a spin-off of the acclaimed Star Wars show The Mandalorian, will premiere on December 29. Despite having little to do in…

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Dec 27, 2021

73 Great Things We Read, Listened to or Watched This Year
One of the best parts of writing about culture and entertainment for a living is the sheer amount of culture and entertainment we get to consume each year. But not everything gets in-depth coverages on our website and in the pages of our magazine, and there's so much more we want to share with our…

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Dec 26, 2021

Natasha Rothwell Says Goodbye to Insecure—And Hello to the Future
Here's what you need to know

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Dec 26, 2021

‘Spider-Man' Surpasses $1B Globally in Second Weekend
The Sony and Marvel film has now grossed $467 million from North American theaters

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Dec 25, 2021

Joel Coen's The Tragedy of Macbeth Is a Stunning, Stark Shakespeare Adaptation
The decision to open The Tragedy of Macbeth in theaters on Christmas Day—like releasing a murder of anxious, captive crows into the sky—has to be one of the most perverse marketing strategies of recent years. It's also brilliant and perfect, if not from a moneymaking perspective, then definitely from an artistic one. Audiences will be…

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Dec 24, 2021

Breaking Down The Wheel of Time‘s Season Finale
Warning: Spoilers ahead for the Amazon Prime Video series, The Wheel of Time As this mostly crappy year comes to an increasingly crappy close, one of the rare high points in these Omicron times was getting to watch the finale to the first season of The Wheel of Time. As a longtime fan of the…

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Dec 24, 2021

Don't Look Up Is More Than Your Standard Climate Cautionary Tale
If you follow the public conversation around climate change, you have probably heard about Don't Look Up. The Netflix disaster movie, which stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence as ignored scientists Randall Mindy and Kate Dibiasky, uses an impending comet strike as a cautionary tale for climate change. When the scientists deliver news of the…

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Dec 23, 2021

Joan Didion Didn't Offer Us Answers
Cool is the word used most often to describe her: the Coca-Colas and the cigarettes each morning, the leotard and the typewriter, the scotch and the shawl. California. Writing for the movies to make a living, making notes for the director, the short tight dispatches from the South and West. But the word cool means…

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Dec 23, 2021

Joan Didion Wrote About Grief Like No One Else Could
In the wake of the celebrated writer's death, we look to her own words on loss and grief

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Dec 23, 2021

Joan Didion, Author and Essayist Dies, at 87
(NEW YORK) — Joan Didion, the revered author and essayist whose precise social and personal commentary in such classics as "The White Album" and "The Year of Magical Thinking" made her a uniquely clear-eyed critic of turbulent times, has died. She was 87. Didion's publisher Penguin Random House announced the author's death on Thursday. She…

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Dec 23, 2021

5 Great New December 2021 TV Shows to Binge Over the Holidays
There's no such thing as a slow month in the TV-release calendar anymore, but December does still often feel like an afterthought. The annual best-of lists are already out, sweeps month (to the extent that it still matters) is over before Thanksgiving and, traditionally, we're all too busy shopping and holiday-partying and visiting family to…

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Dec 23, 2021

Looking Back on a Wild Year of NFTs With Rhea Myers
Here are the biggest developments, best NFT art projects and most worrying trends, according to artist and blockchain coder Rhea Myers.

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Dec 22, 2021

From Hawekeye to Spider-Man: Far From Home, the MCU Is Blurring the Line Between Hero and Villain
The MCU is heading toward a future with much blurrier lines between heroes and villains

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Dec 22, 2021

Emily in Paris' Lucien Laviscount Is Ready to Be Your New Crush
This story contains spoilers for season 2 of Emily in Paris. When Emily in Paris viewers last encountered the titular heroine, she was juggling a demanding boss, the challenges of navigating a new city and some very over-the-top fashion choices. The first season ended with the cheery American (played by Lily Collins) getting entangled, somewhat…

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Dec 21, 2021

The Most Anticipated Albums of 2022
Including The Weeknd, Mitski, Rosalía and Brockhampton's final album

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Dec 21, 2021

Breaking Down the Mostly Real Science Behind Don't Look Up
Adam McKay's new Netflix comedy may be a farce, but much of the science around how to prevent a comet from colliding with Earth is based in reality

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Dec 21, 2021

Children of Classic Christmas Movie Stars Share Memories of Their Parents' Beloved Films
The children of Jimmy Stewart, Cary Grant, Natalie Wood, Judy Garland and more on special memories of their parents' classic holiday films

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Dec 20, 2021

11 Dark Christmas Movies to Watch If You're Not Quite Feeling the Holiday Spirit
For a little Christmas counter-programming, try some darker choices like 'Eyes Wide Shut' or 'Fanny and Alexander'

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Dec 19, 2021

‘Spider-Man' Smashes Pandemic-Era Record With $253 Million Debut
"Spider-Man: No Way Home" generated $253 million in U.S. and Canadian ticket sales in its domestic debut

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Dec 17, 2021

Paolo Sorrentino's The Hand of God Is a Gorgeous Memoir of Family Love and Grief
Growing up is never easy to do, but it often makes for rich, expressive filmmaking. The Hand of God is Paolo Sorrentino's memoir about his teenage years in Naples in the 1980s, about the enveloping embrace of family love, the numbing sharpness of grief, and the way pain is sometimes the thing that kickstarts ambition.…

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Dec 17, 2021

Bradley Cooper Terrifies in the Dark, Doomed Nightmare Alley
Some people love a nice, cheerful movie at holiday time. For everyone else, there's Nightmare Alley, Guillermo del Toro's thoughtful and darkly glamourous reimagining of both William Lindsay Gresham's 1946 novel and the 1947 film noir that sprang from its dark seed, starring Tyrone Power and Joan Blondell. Del Toro's Nightmare Alley, set in the…

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Dec 17, 2021

Ben Affleck Isn't the Star of The Tender Bar—But He's the Reason To Watch
Middle-aged Ben Affleck is the best Ben Affleck. Affleck has written films, written and directed films and played Batman. He's been up, he's been down. He's been trim and he's been paunchy. He's been around seemingly forever, or at least a quarter-century: His role as high-school bully O'Bannion in Richard Linklater's 1993 Dazed and Confused…

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Dec 17, 2021

Everything To Remember About the Matrix Trilogy Before You See The Matrix Resurrections
It's been almost two decades since the last Matrix movie, but now moviegoers are getting prepared to plug back in and once more question the nature of their reality. The Matrix Resurrections, the fourth live-action movie in the landmark action series, hits theaters and HBO Max on Dec. 22 and is directed by Lana Wachowski,…

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Dec 17, 2021

Breaking Down All the Cameos in Spider-Man: No Way Home
This story contains spoilers for Spider-Man: No Way Home. Spider-Man: No Way Home is chock full of familiar faces. Tom Holland's Spidey accidentally breaks open the multiverse and invites in characters from the other two Spider-Man franchises that preceded the Homecoming trilogy. Among them, yes, are Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield reprising their roles as…

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Dec 17, 2021

Breaking Down the Spider-Man: No Way Home End-Credits Scenes
Spider-Man: No Way Home leaves Peter Parker's future open-ended. Thanks to Doctor Strange's second spell, not a soul in the universe knows who Peter Parker is, not even his girlfriend MJ. Without family, friends or Stark funds to support him, Peter skips college and moves into a darkly-lit New York apartment. He stitches together a…

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Dec 17, 2021

The Future of Spider-Man After No Way Home
This story contains spoilers for Spider-Man: No Way Home Spider-Man: No Way Home isn't just the last chapter in a trilogy. It's a soft reboot for Marvel's most popular superhero. By the end of the movie, Tom Holland‘s Peter Parker has not only lost his Aunt May but he has chosen to erase the memories…

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Dec 17, 2021

The 10 Best Theater Performances of 2021
From Caroline, or Change to Trouble in Mind, these plays and musicals marked a tentative but triumphant return to the stage

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Dec 17, 2021

6 Ways The Witcher‘s Second Season Improves Upon the First
The Netflix show starts taking itself more seriously, and toning down some of its more blatant attempts to capture a 'Game of Thrones' vibe

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Dec 16, 2021

The 21 Most Anticipated Books of 2022
There's no need to temper your expectations about 2022, at least in terms of reading selection. The year ahead promises new releases by big-name authors—Jennifer Egan, Elena Ferrante, Marlon James, Hanya Yanagihara—and debut novels by writers poised to become fan favorites, such as Jean Chen Ho and Xochitl Gonzalez. If you're more of a memoir…

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Dec 16, 2021

The 22 Most Anticipated Books of 2022
There's no need to temper your expectations about 2022, at least in terms of reading selection. The year ahead promises new releases by big-name authors—Jennifer Egan, Elena Ferrante, Marlon James, Hanya Yanagihara—and debut novels by writers poised to become fan favorites, such as Jean Chen Ho and Xochitl Gonzalez. If you're more of a memoir…

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Dec 15, 2021

bell hooks Wasn't Afraid to Burn It All Down and Begin Again
bell hooks was a radical feminist, a scholar and author who spent the ‘90s publishing about a book a year. She was a poet, a mentor, a professor and an icon whose influence is immeasurable. When I was 19 and began talking back to hip-hop in my own essays and articles, I'd cite her again…

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Dec 15, 2021

bell hooks, Renowned Author, Activist and Educator, Dies at 69
(NEW YORK) — bell hooks, the groundbreaking author, educator and activist whose explorations of how race, gender, economics and politics were intertwined made her among the most influential thinkers of her time, has died. She was 69. In a statement issued through William Morrow Publishers, hooks' family announced that she died Wednesday in Berea, Ky.,…

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Dec 15, 2021

The 50 Most Anticipated TV Shows of 2022
From new series like Pam & Tommy and The Gilded Age to returning series like Bridgerton, Ted Lasso and Atlanta

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Dec 14, 2021

The 10 Best Video Games of 2021
The gaming industry was perfectly positioned to thrive during the COVID-19 pandemic. With each new variant of the coronavirus, many of us are stuck inside, often alone. Why not use the time to explore other worlds? But in 2021, pure escapism through gaming has proven impossible. While the video game industry is no stranger to…

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Dec 14, 2021

The 58 Most Anticipated Movies of 2022
The list of the most anticipated movies of 2022 is here, so mark your calendars—though you might want to do so in pencil. If cinephiles have learned anything over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, it's that release dates are but a mere suggestion amid a worldwide health crisis. For example, Death on the Nile,…

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Dec 14, 2021

The National Film Registry Adds 25 Movies, From Return of the Jedi to WALL-E
LOS ANGELES — This year's inductees into the National Film Registry include an epic Star Wars and Lord of the Ring films, projects starring Jennifer Lopez and the late Cicely Tyson along with films that took on racially motivated violence against people of color. The Library of Congress announced Tuesday that films including Star Wars…

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Dec 14, 2021

The 10 Best Movie Performances of 2021
From Ruth Negga's soulful, searing performance in 'Passing' to Daniel Craig's Bond farewell

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Dec 13, 2021

The Troubling Consequences of Seeing Muslims as a Racial Group
How can a country supposedly founded on principles of religious freedom be so quick to support policies that violate the civil rights of Muslims? That's one of the questions at the heart of a new book, The Racial Muslim: When Racism Quashes Religious Freedom, by Rutgers law professor Sahar Aziz. The Racial Muslim proposes an…

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Dec 13, 2021

Where Succession Can Go From Here After the Season 3 Finale
This story contains spoilers for season 3 of Succession. If we didn't know that HBO had already greenlit a fourth season of Succession, the final episode of season 3 could have served as a brilliant series finale. Each of the three main Roy children has tried to earn a spot as the heir to Waystar…

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Dec 13, 2021

Succession, Belfast and The Power of the Dog Lead the 2022 Golden Globe Awards
But Hollywood mostly shrugged following a year of controversy among the Hollywood Foreign Press Association

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Dec 12, 2021

Vicente Fernández, Revered Mexican Singer, Dies at 81
The iconic vocalist had three Grammys and nine Latin Grammys to his name, and inspired a new generation of performers

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Dec 10, 2021

Exclusive: Comedian Lewis Black Wants Spotify to Remove His Grammy-Nominated Album Amid Comedy Royalties Battle
Comedian Lewis Black has called for Spotify to remove his work from the platform until his fellow comics' full catalogs are restored to the streaming service. Black's request comes in the wake of Spotify pulling down hundreds of comedy albums on Nov. 24 amid an ongoing dispute with publishing-rights company Spoken Giants—which has also been…

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Dec 10, 2021

Being the Ricardos Tells the Story of a Brilliant Partnership. It Could Do Without the Civics Lesson
If Being the Ricardos were just a movie about the insidious evil of the House Un-American Activities Committee and the Hollywood blacklist, it would be a bit of a yawn. But as the story of a marriage between two brilliant professionals, one of whom—the man, incidentally—often took a backseat to his more dazzling partner, it…

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Dec 10, 2021

The Most Memorable Moments of Kanye West and Drake's Reunion Concert
The two titans of pop music reconciled Thursday night, taking very different approaches in a faux-Verzuz battle

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Dec 10, 2021

Red Rocket Is a Spiky Comedy With a Fascinating, Magnetic Performance by Simon Rex
Sean Baker's latest isn't his warmest film, but with Rex's charismatic hustler, it gives us an extraordinary new movie character

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Dec 10, 2021

The 10 Best Fiction Books of 2021
The year 2021 was poised to be a great one for established, fan-favorite authors. We were blessed with new work from a buzzy roster of titans, from Colson Whitehead to Lauren Groff to Kazuo Ishiguro. But while they, along with several others, did not disappoint (see TIME's list of the 100 Must-Read Books of 2021),…

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Dec 09, 2021

Jussie Smollett Convicted of Lying to Police Over ‘Staged' Attack
(CHICAGO) — Former Empire actor Jussie Smollett was convicted Thursday on charges he staged an anti-gay, racist attack on himself nearly three years ago and then lied to Chicago police about it. In the courtroom as the verdict was read, Smollett stood and faced the jury, showing no visible reaction. The jury found the 39-year-old…

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Dec 09, 2021

Adam McKay's Don't Look Up Buckles Under the Weight of Its Smugness
Being clonked with a meteor would be more subtle than this cautionary tale about the Earth's fragility

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Dec 09, 2021

How Tony Kushner and His Collaborators Brought West Side Story Into the 21st Century
Screenwriter Kushner, choreographer Julio Monge and historian Virginia Sánchez Korrol on updating the original musical

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Dec 09, 2021

The True Story Behind HBO's Gripping True Crime Drama Landscapers
Olivia Colman and David Thewlis star in this miniseries based on a couple on the run from a double murder

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Dec 09, 2021

The 10 Best YA and Children's Books of 2021
Truly good children's books engage and entertain while also helping young readers come to understand themselves and the complicated world they live in. The best picture, middle grade and young adult books of 2021 deftly rise to that challenge, telling stories about identity, allyship and more. Amber McBride's Me (Moth) confronts the thorny history of…

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Dec 09, 2021

Lina Wertmueller, First Woman Nominated for Directing Oscar, Dies at 93
ROME — Italy's provocative filmmaker Lina Wertmueller, whose potent mix of sex and politics in Swept Away and Seven Beauties made her the first woman nominated for an Academy Award for directing and a cult figure on the New York film scene, has died, news reports and the Culture Ministry said. She was 93. Wertmueller,…

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Dec 09, 2021

Breaking Down the Shocking First Episodes of Sex and the City Sequel And Just Like That
The HBO Max series is probably not the Sex and the City sequel that most fans were expecting

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Dec 09, 2021

Behind the Scenes at Art Basel Miami: The Biggest IRL Metaverse Party Yet
NFTs took over Art Basel Miami this year. Here's what TIME saw there, from body mapping to property speculation to pure hedonism.

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Dec 08, 2021

Why Pantone Created a Whole New Color for the 2022 Color of the Year
Here's what you need to know about Very Peri

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Dec 08, 2021

The Best K-Pop Songs and Albums of 2021
From IU's 'Lilac' and B.I's 'Waterfall' to aespa's 'Savage' and ENHYPEN's 'Fever'

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Dec 08, 2021

The 10 Best Nonfiction Books of 2021
In an era when time spent trying new things and meeting new people was still a rare privilege, the best books served to please our wandering minds. These works, from well-known writers as well as exciting new voices, dissect a range of subjects from the history of Black performance in America to the value of…

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