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Wanda's escape into sitcoms mirrors our own viewing habits over the last year.
I am not a massive WandaVision fan. It’s fine! A lot of people like it and that’s nice. I don’t have any great depth of feeling for it though.The first few episodes were interesting and occasionally genuinely creepy, but as it’s worn on it’s ...
 
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Netflix's new documentary pulls back from the inevitable ending to focus instead on what came before, showing how a life is not defined by a death
The past always seems inevitable when you've the benefit of seeing how things played out, yet watching Netflix's new documentary, Biggie: I Got a Story To Tell, Christopher Wallace seems to know his fate is sealed just by growing up in the shadow cast by ...
 
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What happens when Clark Kent and Lois Lane try to live a simpler life in Smallville?
Who’s your favorite Superman? Is it the beloved Christopher Reeve of the Superman movies of the ’80s? Is it Dean Cain of Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman in the ’90s TV series? Could it be Brandon Routh in Superman Returns of 2006? Or is it ...
 
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The Vision actor weighs in on the show's biggest fan theories.
Here at Esquire, we've been (very) into WandaVision this winter. Frankly, we think the wild meta-superhero-sitcom might be one of Marvel's best efforts. And naturally, we're interested in the volumes of fan theories constantly churning on the Internet about what's going on in the show.So, you can't ...
 
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Accent Gate has bothered fans for years, and the Disney+ series has hinted that it will finally explain everything.
Though she was first introduced in the Captain America: The Winter Soldier post-credit scene, we really meet Wanda Maximoff in Avengers Age of Ultron. Wanda and her brother Pietro are being held in a Hydra facility in the fictional country of Sokovia where Baron Wolfgang ...
 
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But will the procedural feature the iconic villain Hannibal Lecter?
Thirty years later, the film that gave the world such quotable, wonderfully disturbing lines as “I ate his liver with some fava beans and a nice chianti” is back for another helping. Silence of the Lambs, Jonathan Demme’s 1991 Oscar-winning film starring Jodie Foster and based ...
 
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It's the role he was born to play.
In a new Superbowl commercial from Cadillac, Timothée Chalamet plays Edward Scissorhands’ son. This is truly what perfect casting looks like. The ad riffs on the Tim Burton cult classic film from 1990. It also features Winona Ryder, who played Johnny Depp’s ...
 
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Just like the crisis that engulfed the finance world last week, Martin Scorsese's 2013 film asks who gets to play with money, and whether we should eat the rich.
If Jordan Belfort were starting his career today, perhaps he would be one of the Reddit users sticking a middle finger up at Wall Street by jeopardizing their bets against a failing company. Last week, as r/WallStreetBets celebrated causing GameStop's share price ...
 
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HBO's Euphoria and its special episode, ‘F**k Anyone Who’s Not a Sea Blob,’ innovate in responding to the uncertain future of conventional media.
“Trouble Don’t Last Always, Part 1: Rue,” the first of HBO’s two-part specials for Euphoria, opens with Zendaya and Colman Domingo commiserating in an empty diner, My Dinner with Andre-style. It’s not made clear whether we are in a pre- or post-pandemic reality. Masks are absent but there’s ...
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