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Disney Streaming Service Could Give Us the Scarlet Witch, Okoye, and Winter Soldier Shows We Want

With a new Disney streaming service, the time for a Winter Soldier show has arrived.

Variety reported that on Disney's new streaming service, some of our favorite Marvel heroes will get their own limited series on television. And better yet, they will be played by the same actors from the film franchise, further bridging the gap between Marvel movies and TV.

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Review: Colette Is Everything You’d Want in a Queer Period Drama and More

5 out of 5 puff sleeves

Wash Westmoreland's Colette is a beautiful period piece about the life of a groundbreaking queer woman.

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Things We Saw Today: Handy Dating Tips for the Worst Men on the Internet

Yup, this is everything we saw today. We definitely didn't see anything that might ruin Mario Kart for us forever!

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Nobody Asked for a James Comey Miniseries But We’re Getting One Anyway

"The story of a man who did nothing in the face of adversity."

In a hotly contested auction, CBS has secured the rights to James Comey's memoir A Higher Loyalty: Truth, Lies, and Leadership with plans to adapt it into a miniseries.

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Women of McDonald’s Are Striking to Protest Rampant Sexual Harassment in Fast Food Industry

The #MeToo Movement comes to the fast food industry.

In a coordinated strike, female employees of McDonald's in ten cities are walking out at lunchtime to protest the company's lack of response to complaints about sexual harassment and assault.

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Jordandené Is the Chic Geek Clothing Line You’ve Been Looking For

Let your geek flag fly!

Geek fashion can be a tricky field to navigate. There's a fine line between something that lets your fandom flag fly and that also works in, say, a business casual setting.

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The Emotional Impact of Captain Marvel Still Has Us Tearing Up

Women kicking ass and taking names makes us emotional, okay?

If it isn't the Captain Marvel trailer, then it's watching Wonder Woman cross No Man's Land. No matter how many times we watch Shuri fight back against the Black Order in Avengers: Infinity War, we, as women, feel proud to watch these ladies stand up against evil.

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Interview: Check Please! Author Ngozi Ukazu

As we enter the end of 20GayTeen, the publication of Check Please! is the perfect reminder of the growth in queer narratives we've gotten in the past few years. We are no longer just telling one kind of gay story about one kind of gay character, coming out in just one chapter, but a whole narrative.

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Over 200 Alumni of Christine Blasey Ford’s High School Sign Letter of Support for Her Claims Against Kavanaugh

Over 200 alumni of the Holton-Arms school have signed a letter in support of Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, who has come forward to accuse Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault.

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Live-Action Avatar: The Last Airbender Netflix Series Promises “a Culturally Appropriate, Non-Whitewashed Cast”

Time to ship Zutara all over again.

Netflix is bringing back Avatar: The Last Airbender as a live-action series with "a culturally appropriate, non-whitewashed cast."

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The Best Part of Last Night’s Emmys Was Hannah Gadsby

Just let her host already.

It was a fantastic subtweeting of all the men, some of them in the room, who have felt compelled to tell her she doesn't know what jokes are without taking the time to watch any of hers.

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Sesame Street Writer Mark Saltzman “Reveals” Bert & Ernie Were Based on His Own Relationship

In an interview with Queerty, Mark Saltzman who worked for 15-years on The Muppets and wrote scripts and songs for Sesame Street talked about how Bert and Ernie were inspired by his own partnership with film editor Arnold Glassman.

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Veronica Mars Is the Perfect Series for a Revival

Great news, marshmallows: Veronica Mars is back on the case!

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Colleen and Misty’s Friendship Was the Highlight of Iron Fist Season 2

For all its messiness, obvious dialogue, and ludicrously Orientalist vision of Chinatown, the second season of Iron Fist was definitely better than the first. A huge part of that appeal came from leaning on its secondary characters and creating more of an ensemble storyline—and no part of that ensemble made me giddier than the Daughters of the Dragon.

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Marvel Isn’t Messing Around With the Captain Marvel Trailer

Recently, we were all hoping for the outside chance that our first official look at Captain Marvel, which came by way of Entertainment Weekly, would bring us a trailer and finally let us see this character, and movie, in action. That wasn't to be, but with the trailer finally released this morning on Good Morning America, it seems to have been worth the wait.

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The Emmys Open With A Number About How Diversity Has Been “Solved,” Immediately Makes #MeToo Jokes

Maybe let's avoid this. Please.

We'll be updating you with winners throughout the evening, so stay tuned for more really bad attempts at Hollywood laughing at their own meager attempts at leveling the playing field while really doing nothing at all.

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Things We Saw Today: Roald Dahl’s Matilda Is All Grown Up

To mark the 30th anniversary of the first publication, Dahl's longtime collaborator and friend, the illustrator Quentin Blake, will release a series of eight sketches of Matilda Wormwood as a 30-year-old woman.

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Bryan Singer is Signing On to Direct Red Sonja Despite History of Abusive and Unprofessional Behavior

Because men get unlimited second chances.

Another day, another scorned man getting a second chance in Hollywood.

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Cover Reveal: Miranda in Milan Will Queer Shakespeare’s The Tempest

Debut author Katharine Duckett takes us into the aftermath of Shakespeare's The Tempest with 'Miranda in Milan,' a return to the Bard's darkly magical Italy that features the queer romance we deserve.

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