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Exclusive: Fast Color Clip Shows the Power of Mother-Daughter Stories

Please check out this film.

Check out our exclusive clip, "Legacies of Mothers and Daughters."

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Of Course a Carrie Fisher Walk of Fame Star Should Replace Donald Trump’s

Why not replace Trump's star with the name of the hero whose face is leading the resistance against him? 

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Tifa’s Breasts Were an Important Design Discussion at Square Enix for Final Fantasy 7 Remake

In redesigning the character Tifa, "It was necessary to restrict her chest," according to the developers for the upcoming Final Fantasy VII remake.

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Jordan Peele Drops New Information About the Mythology Behind Us

This film only gets better and better.

"One of the central themes in Us is that we can do a good job collectively ignoring the ramifications of privilege."

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Hope Hicks’ Congressional Testimony Was a Bizarre Farce

Hope Hicks testified in front of Congress today, and was reportedly asked about five specific instances described in the Mueller report having to do with potential obstruction of justice and hush money payments allegedly given to women after they say they had affairs with Donald Trump. I say reportedly because this was a closed-door hearing, though a transcript is supposed to be made public within 48 hours.

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What Is Gained by Remaking Little Women as White as the Original?

When we talk about Little Women being a universal or an "All-American Girl" novel, we can't ignore that's because we as a society have given whiteness that space to be "universal," even as it excludes everyone else.

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I Guess We Have to Go Back and See an Extended Avengers: Endgame Again

Three hours of Avengers: Endgame not enough for you? Well, there's an extended cut coming your way!

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More Gerard Way & Gabriel Bà Comics to Read While You Wait for More Umbrella Academy

Once you’re caught up on Umbrella Academy, I recommend checking out a few of the other books Gerard Way and Gabriel Bá have worked on.

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Editing Women out of Avengers: Endgame Leaves a Boring-Ass Movie, but That Didn’t Stop the Internet

It's bad enough that they want to edit women out, but also anything deemed "gay"? So, no men hugging? I guess every Steve and Tony scene is cut, then! 

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Alex Kurtzman Gives Us an Update on Star Trek’s TV Universe

It sounds like they know how to make this live long and prosper.

While Star Trek fans debate the merits of a Quentin Tarantino helmed Trek film, the future of the sci-fi mainstay on television looks set in stone

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Pokémon-ing While Black—Asking for Accurate Skin Color in Fan Art Is Not an Attack

People are really loving Pokémon: Sword/Shield Water trainer Nessa, but as some fan art has emerged a conversation about colorism and whitewashing of Black/Brown characters has restarted in the zeitgeist.

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Even “Historic Highs” Couldn’t Fix the Gender Gap at Independent Film Festivals

We need to do better.

In the 2018-2019 film festival season, women reached a "historic high" at these festivals, but the numbers are still strikingly low compared to their male counterparts

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Denying Someone Admission to Harvard Over Their Use of Racist Slurs Is Not Censorship or “Cancel Culture”

I can't believe we actually have to say it but here we are.

Harvard is under no obligation to give Kashuv a place to work out his "moral formation."

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Things We Saw Today: Dan Levy’s Acceptance Speech For Best Comedic Performance

Schitt's Creek star and show co-creator Dan Levy took home a well-earned award and gave us an inspiring speech.

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Nothing but Respect for MY Mary Jane Watson, Zendaya

Zendaya looks more like Mary Jane Watson than Kirsten Dunst ever did but people like to go off.

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No Sympathy for Lady Vengeance: The Dual Fates of Trish Walker and Daenerys Targaryen

Jessica Jones showrunner Melissa Rosenberg delves into the similarities between the two avenging women.

As I binge-watched the emotional final season of Jessica Jones, I was struck by a multitude of feelings.

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Simon Kinberg on X-Men’s Dark Phoenix Box Office Failure: “That’s on Me”

"It clearly is a movie that didn't connect with audiences that didn't see it, it didn't connect enough with audiences that did see it. So that's on me."

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We’re All Trying to Deal With Boaty McBoatface Delivering the News of Our Doom

It's our own fault that a submarine named Boaty McBoatface is telling us that we're all going to die, but what can you do?

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Good Omens Does Believe God Is a Woman

God is a woman and her name is Frances McDormand, and I'm perfectly okay with that, thanks to Good Omens!

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A New Hunger Games Book Is a New Opportunity for a Truly Diverse Dystopia

The Hunger Games series is returning, and it's an opportunity to finally craft a truly diverse dystopia.

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