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10 Recent Films and TV Shows Bringing More Depth to Female Rivalry


Female rivalry has long had the power to fascinate, with writers, filmmakers and showrunners often pitting one woman against another in a bid to capitalize on it. Recently, though, there’s been a discernible shift in how we depict women’s relationships, with Mary, Queen of Scots — opening in theaters today (December 7) – the latest film […]

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WATCH: Karen Gillan Gets Festive with Her Britney Spears Version of ‘Jingle Bells’

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Karen Gillan (Doctor Who) isn’t just an amazing talent, but also a good sport. The actress made a visit to Jimmy Kimmel Live! earlier this week, and when Kimmel asked her about doing impressions, she sped him up on her specialty, saying, “I do Britney Spears, singing any non-Britney song.” Ooh, that has us intrigued. Kimmel […]

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WATCH: ‘Avengers 4’ Finally Gets a Name with First Official Trailer


It’s finally here! The trailer for the fourth and final Avengers movie arrived this morning (December 7), bringing a ten-year story to a close under the title Endgame. It all began way back in 2008 with Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.), so it’s only fitting that’s where it should end, as Tony Stark mourns his friends […]

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WATCH: ‘Mary Poppins Returns’ Cast Tests Its Cockney Slang Knowledge


Mary Poppins Returns may not come out until December 19, but it’s already receiving critical acclaim, including new Golden Globes nominations this morning for stars Emily Blunt and Lin-Manuel Miranda’s acting, composer Marc Shaiman’s original score, and the film itself in the Best Motion Picture — Musical or Comedy category. Before all of this morning’s Golden […]

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The Golden Globe Nominations are In: ‘Killing Eve’s Sandra Oh Nominated and Hosting!


2019 is looking to be another stellar year for BBC America‘s very own Sandra Oh, star of the groundbreaking Killing Eve, with her being nominated for Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series/Drama. Not only great, but busy, because she will also be co-hosting the 76th Annual awards ceremony with SNL alum Andy Samberg. It’s […]

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WATCH: Sir Kenneth Branagh is William Shakespeare in the Trailer for ‘All is True’


Sir Kenneth Branagh has swapped Poirot’s gargantuan draught excluder for the twiddly ‘tache of William Shakespeare in a trailer released yesterday (December 5) for All is True. After years of playing some of his most famous creations, the Murder on the Orient Express director and star plays the bard himself in the film, as well as direct it. […]

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Casting News: Emma Stone to Star as a ‘Punk’ Cruella de Vil in ‘101’ Prequel

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The villainous Cruella de Vil has a craving for the finer things, and she was not above collecting puppies for making fur coats in Disney’s 101 Dalmatians. Now, we’ll find out where this woman and her champagne living tastes came from in a prequel called Cruella. It was just confirmed yesterday (December 4) that Emma Stone (La La […]

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WATCH: James McAvoy Leads Star-Studded Voice Cast in ‘Watership Down’ Trailer


Long before the Red Wedding in Game of Thrones, there was Watership Down, the classic 1978 children’s animation that ended in a bunny bloodbath. Despite its traumatizing scenes, it became a mainstay in many a British childhood, so the news that it was being remade was met with some trepidation. The new version will make its way to […]

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The Bestselling ‘Dublin Murders’ Crime Series is Coming to TV


Fans of Broadchurch and The Fall rejoice: there’s a new crime thriller to get excited about. Deadline reports Starz has bought U.S. rights to Dublin Murders, a new eight-part psychological thriller that brings Tana French‘s bestselling series of crime books to life on the small screen. The series is a co-production with BBC ONE and RTÉ in the […]

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