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Moby Doubles Down on the Creepiness With Supposed “Evidence” That He Dated Natalie Portman

So...sorry, I mean to say that Moby TRIPLED down on being creepy because, you know, sharing pictures with someone from years ago when they were already at a questionable age difference makes this even better.

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Elton John Wearing a Sparkly Rocketman Suit for the Movie Premiere Is a Mood

Listen, I would also wear blazers with different references to the song "Rocket Man" all over them, and I didn't even write the song.

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I’m Not Sure Whether to Be Excited or Nervous About the Old Republic Star Wars Trilogy

There's room for nuance in this discussion.

Laeta Kalogridis is an interesting choice, and one that I think will invite a lot of discussion.

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Author Naomi Wolf Got Fact-Checked Into Oblivion Live on Air

The maxim of "Give me the confidence of a mediocre white man" has officially been replaced with "Give me the confidence of Naomi Wolf pitching a new book to her publisher."

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Sonic: The Hedgehog Slowing Down to a Valentine’s Day 2020 Release Date to Fix Sonic’s Look

New president, new Sonic.

io9 is sharing that the release date has been changed for 2020.

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Lol Like Thanos Could Beat Carol Danvers or Wanda in a Fair Fight

We had to laugh because both Wanda Maximoff and Carol Danvers went head-to-head against Thanos, and he struggled against both of them.

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A New Spider-Man: Far From Home Trailer Means More Tears

Why must they keep doing this to us and our feelings?

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Rotten Tomatoes Is Finally Making You Prove You Saw a Film Before Your Review Counts

Now go fix Twitter.

Honestly, it's about time.

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Review: Brightburn Gives Us Smallville, but Evil

3 out of 5 Smallville opening sequences .

David Yarovesky's Brightburn attempts to answer the question "What if Superman were sent to take over the world, not protect it, and he discovered that as a child?" It's a compelling question and a solid premise, but Brightburn takes too long to get to the good stuff.

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Democratic Presidential Candidates Have Finally Truly Embraced the Fight for Abortion Rights

Democratic candidates are pushing more than ever before to protect and expand abortion rights in important ways, with real policy.

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Things We Saw Today: So Long, Squirrel Girl! You Will Be Missed.

The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl is wrapping up, bringing an end to one of the most delightful, insightful, and surprising comics of recent years.

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J.J. Abrams on the Emotional Journey of Integrating Carrie Fisher into The Rise of Skywalker

We miss you, Space Mom.

Here's to Fisher and General Leia both getting the send-off they rightfully deserve.

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New York City Finally Has Its Own Supervillain, Disrupting … Our Subway Rides?

The subway was doing just fine as its own villain, you know.

Being a New Yorker and trying to get to work on time is hard enough, and now we have a supervillain who is making it his duty to disrupt our day to day activities. That is, his target is the MTA. 

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Washington Post Uncovers Shocking Evidence That Elizabeth Warren … Was a Lawyer

What a scandal!

The current male candidates in the 2020 race already dominate media coverage, so when a major outlet dedicates this sort of time and energy and headline space to such a baseless smear, it's all too reminiscent of 2016, from which we have apparently learned nothing.

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Some Tired-A$$ Country Fans Want to Boycott Wrangler for Partnering With Lil Nas X

The yee haw agenda continues.

Despite all the success of Lil Nas X's "Old Town Road," some country fans are, let's just say, nettled about his recent partnership with Wrangler jeans.

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A Man Who Kept a Teenage Girl in Captivity for a Year Is Barely Going to Jail Because 2019 Is a Literal Joke

Michael Wysolovski, a 33-year-old man living in Georgia who kept a teenage girl in captivity in his home and took advantage of her for a year, has finally been sentenced for his crime: almost 10 years probation and 8 months in jail.

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Amber Heard Speaks Out in Support of a Bill to Make Revenge Porn a Federal Crime

The actress was one of the many victims of the 2014 celebrity hacking spree.

Revenge porn is not only a vindictive, cruel, and criminal act, but it is also bolstered by a society that continues to shame women for having any sexual freedom or agency.

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How Aladdin Should Have Ended. Spoiler Alert: With Honesty & Accepting That Monarchy Isn’t About Merit.

With the upcoming live-action/CGI Aladdin remake coming to theaters tomorrow, one of our favorite channels, How It Should Have Ended, has decided to tackle the 1992 classic animated film—and already made a better movie than the remake, to be honest.

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