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In an Historic Move, Star Trek: Discovery Will Feature an Openly Gay Couple, Played By Gay Actors

This should not be a rare thing!

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Is My Beloved Peggy Carter Coming Back for Avengers: Infinity War?

This is the best idea in the history of time.

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IMAX Is Phasing Out 3D Movies Because People Just Don’t Want Them

Modern 3D movies are pretty impressive, with the equipment moving beyond tinted lenses to technology that made it a more seamless experience—including completely glasses-free tech like Nintendo's 3DS—but it's still struggled to find a purpose in the movie industry beyond a neat gimmick. Now that the novelty has worn off, it seems like moviegoers are fine with plain old 3D, and IMAX is following suit.

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Wonder Woman’s Patty Jenkins and Chris Pine Reunite for TNT Mystery Series

Chris Pine will play a disgraced reporter in One Day She’ll Darken which tells the story of Fauna Hodel.

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Everything That Ran Through My Mind as I Watched the New Freaky-As-Hell It Trailer

My spirit has left my body.

Listen: I'm a terrible chickenshit.

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“I Felt Like I Was Manipulated” & Other Accounts From the Jurors of Oxygen’s The Jury Speaks

TMS talks to jurors from the case of Robert Durst, George Zimmerman, and Michael Jackson about the impact of these cases and their views on the justice system.

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James Corden Shares Lovely Tribute to Transgender Troops, “L.G.B.T.”

James Corden, ever the lovely cinnamon roll, made a beautiful tribute on The Late Late Show riffing on Nat King Cole's "L.O.V.E.", changing the lyrics to suit a new acronym: "L.G.B.T."

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John Powell of How to Train Your Dragon, the Bourne Trilogy, and Shrek to Compose Han Solo Score

While Star Wars fans might've anticipated the possibility of John Williams or Michael Giacchino returning, you've definitely heard Powell's work before in lots of popular franchises.

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Marjorie Prime, an Artificial Intelligence Love Story Starring Jon Hamm, Feels Familiar

The film explores the story of a woman "who uses a computer program to create an artificial intelligence that simulates her husband, played by Jon Hamm, after his death."

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Whoa, Back Up. Lupita Nyong’o Just Retroactively Won Comic-Con in Pink Ranger Cosplay

It's not always easy for celebrities to enjoy conventions in the same way that fans do, but being some of our favorite creative people, they tend to find creative ways around that. It's always fun when they reveal what disguises they used, but this video of Lupita Nyong'o at San Diego Comic Con last week is just the pure joy that we needed on an otherwise generally awful day.

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Ava DuVernay Continues to Kill It With a S3 Renewal For Queen Sugar and a New Deal with Oprah

If you haven't been watching Queen Sugar, get thee to OWN (or to Hulu, where I've been watching it, because I'm a heathen who doesn't have cable) and prepare yourself for some of the most powerful, thought-provoking, and visually stunning storytelling on TV right now. And there will be plenty more to enjoy, as Queen Sugar just got renewed for a third season!

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Stephen Colbert and Trevor Noah Try to Make Sense of Health Care Bill Process That Makes No Sense

Yesterday, Senate Republicans (and not even all of them) voted to move forward with debate on repealing and/or replacing the Affordable Care Act, which they will have to accomplish within 20 hours of work. That goal came as some surprise to those of us who remember that Republicans have been failing for years to come up with a better health care system—including some of our favorite politically-minded late night hosts.

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Team Flash Can’t Catch a Break: Tom Felton Reportedly Not Joining Flash Season 4

Tom Felton won't be joining The Flash's fourth season, and has been absent from many of the promo materials, signaling a somewhat anticlimactic close to his character's storyline.

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Jessica Williams Meticulously Drafting a DM to J.K. Rowling Is All of Us

Jessica Williams shows us no matter who you are, a direct message from Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling will obliterate any sense of chill you might have had.

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Honest Trailer for Ghost in the Shell Holds Nothing Back

"You just tried to put out a dumpster fire with a much larger, easily-avoidable dumpster fire."

From references to Scarlett Johansson's previous roles, to Hollywood's science fiction's constant allusions to the anime, to the sparse dialogue of side characters, this honest trailer is out for blood.

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Dear Edgar Wright: We Need to Have a Chat About Women [**Baby Driver SPOILERS**]

First of all, I want to tell you that I'm a huge fan. I've thoroughly enjoyed all your films, even loved some of them, and I adore Spaced. I adore your facility with pop culture references, and I love your quick, music video style. But we need to have us a chat about women. It's not that you write them poorly, it's that you barely write them at all. [SPOILERS about Baby Driver]

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J.R.R. Tolkien Biopic Secures Tom of Finland Director, With Nicholas Hoult in Talks to Star

Finnish director Dome Karukoski will head the biopic about the Lord of the Rings writer in his formative years at school and during the outbreak of World War I.

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The Emoji Movie Ad Parodying The Handmaid’s Tale Is as Bizarre as It Is Offensive

An emoji gleefully donning a handmaid's red uniform with the text "The Emoji's Tale" and a caption reading "Blessed be the emoji. #EmojiMovie :D" with a link to purchase tickets.

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Steven Moffat Insists There Was No Sexist Backlash to New Doctor Who, Wants Us All to “Shut the Hell Up”

Good news, everyone! We were just imagining things!

While we were celebrating the announcement of Jodie Whittaker being cast as the first woman Doctor on Doctor Who, there were quite a few misogynistic trolls bemoaning the news. Except if you ask Steven Moffat, none of that happened. According to him, everyone was happy, sexism doesn't exist, and we're all imagining things.

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I’m Cautiously Optimistic About Riverdale Adding Bisexual Character Toni Topaz

Riverdale executive producer Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa confirmed recently that season two of the CW series will introduce Archie Comics character Toni Topaz, a pink-haired "disrupter" who "famously has as large an appetite for hamburgers as Jughead Jones."

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