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Things We Saw Today: Mary Oliver, a Pulitzer Prize Winning Poet, Dies at Age 83

"Her work is incredibly accessible, and I think that's what makes her so beloved by so many people."

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If Louis C.K. Wants Us to Talk About Him So Badly, Here’s Why He’s Trash

Fine, I'll point out why you're just trash. That's talking about you, right?

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Celebrating the 20th Anniversary of Speak Means Looking at How Far We Still Have to Go

Author Laurie Halse Anderson wrote a powerful piece for TIME in which she talked about her experience going to schools and talking to teenagers about rape and sexual assault and the responses she'd get from boys and girls.

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The John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum Trailer Promises Everything We Love About the Indefatigable Assassin

Dogs! Katanas! Angelica Huston! This trailer has it all!

The trailer for John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum has dropped and it features everything you could ever want from the kinetic action-filled saga.

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Fast Color Looks Like the Future of Superhero Movies, and I Am Obsessed

When do tickets go on sale?

Superheroes, mother-daughter stories, and Gugu Mbatha-Raw, all directed by a female director? 'Fast Color' has literally everything I could ask for from a superhero/sci-fi film.

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Assassin’s Creed Odyssey Director Apologizes for Mandatory Marriage and Baby Storyline

LGBTQ fans are furious over a forced heterosexual relationship in the latest DLC.

When Assassin's Creed Odyssey launched last year, gamers and reviewers lauded the role-playing game for allowing users to engage in same sex romances.

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Marvel Sure Doesn’t Care That We Know About These Avengers: Endgame Reshoots

Marvel sure is being pretty free with the rumors of new reshoots for Avengers: Endgame, which means they're planning to crush our hearts in new and unexpected ways with this movie.

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The Most Popular Netflix Shows by State Are Weirdly Fascinating

Did you know that they love Jane the Virgin in Texas? That Idaho is wild for Stranger Things? That way, way, way too many states are obsessed with 13 Reasons Why?

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Senators Conflicted Over Retweeting Cardi B Is Peak “How Do You Do, Fellow Kids?”

Grammy-nominated rapper and part-time socialist philosopher Belcalis Marlenis Almánzar, professionally known as Cardi B, broke down her fears about the government shutdown so well that senators were conflicted about RTing her.

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Your Bad Take About Marie Kondo and Books Does Not Give Me Joy

Leave her alone, she deserves your respect.

"The most important part of this process of tidying is to always think about what you have and about the discovery of your sense of value, what you value that is important. So it’s not so much what I personally think about books."

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Michael Cohen Paying for a “Women for Cohen” Twitter Account Is Hilarious and Sad in Equal Parts

I mean, can I buy a Twitter account to praise me all the time?

Social media has gotten a lot of flack recently, with claims that it makes us self-centered and that too much of our own self-worth hinges on what people think of us on the internet. Then again, not all of us are Michael Cohen. During the presidential race, Cohen hired someone to run a Twitter account calling him their "Man Crush Monday" and continually saying he was attractive.

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Anne Hathaway Is a Wicked Good Choice to Play the Grand High Witch in Robert Zemeckis’s The Witches

The Roald Dahl classic is getting a brand new reboot.

The book was previously adapted by Nicolas Roeg in 1990, with Angelica Huston playing the role of the Grand High Witch.

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Frankie Shaw Addresses SMILF On-Set Misconduct Allegations in a Weak Statement

We shouldn't be quick to forget what Frankie Shaw is accused of doing.

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British Film Rating System Is Being Adjusted to Deal With Sexual Violence

The Brtish Board of Film Classification is going to make changes to the rating system to deal with the concerns of filmgoers about the depictions of sexual violence, rape, assault in movies.

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Were You Hoping Glass Would Be M. Night Shyamalan’s Return to Form? Well, I’m Sorry.

Is zero stars an option?

You may have been hoping that M. Night Shyamalan would return to his former brilliance with Glass. That's not the case, and it's really disappointing.

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What We Loved and Hated About The Magicians Season Three

Season four of The Magicians returns to SyFy in seven days, so we thought it was the perfect time to go through the ups and downs of season three, which is available now on Netflix. Here's what we loved and, well, what we took to about as well as Alice on Julia's magic.

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Michigan State University Interim President Makes Appalling Comments About Gymnast Survivors

Former Michigan governor John Engler said that victims of Larry Nassar were "enjoying the spotlight."

It's been almost one year exactly since the country watched as over 150 women testified against serial child molester and former USA Gymnastics coach Larry Nassar.

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Things We Saw Today: Tom Holland and Chris Evans and Serial Killers?!?!?!? Take My Money!!!

Spider-Man? Captain America? Pennywise the Dancing Clown? Alice in Wonderland? Cedric Diggory? Serial killers? A dream!

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I Really Am Not Feeling This Hunchback of Notre Dame Remake

God help us all.

At this point, Disney seems content to remake their entire animated catalogue rather than produce new films.

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