TikTokers Try to Recreate Taylor Swift’s POY Cover

Cats are known to do one very specific thing: whatever they want. Which is why it’s usually not a good idea to try to get a house cat to perform a trick, especially one they don’t have a choice in. Yesterday, after Taylor Swift was announced as TIME’s 2023 Person of the Year, social media users gravitated toward one of the three covers in particular. In the cover portrait, Swift is joined…

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‘Knock at the Cabin’- The Movie vs. The Book

Warning: This post contains spoilers for Knock at the Cabin.

In writer-director M. Night Shyamalan’s new movie Knock at the Cabin, one family is faced with a grievous choice: willingly sacrifice one of their own or, as the four armed strangers holding them hostage claim, the world will end.

The apocalyptic horror film, in theaters Feb. 3, is …

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What the HBO Max Merger Means For Viewers

Earlier this week, Film Twitter spiraled into an unhappy frenzy upon hearing the news that Warner Bros. Discovery (WBD) had killed the upcoming movie Batgirl. The DC Comics movie had filmed for seven months with a reported budget of $90 million—and now, thanks to the apparent finger snap of an executive, it was vanishing into thin air. Others observed that several movies streaming …

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Here’s Everything New on Netflix in April 2022—and What’s Leaving

Several much-anticipated new series, as well as beloved old favorites, are coming to Netflix in April 2022. Anatomy of a Scandal, an adaption of Sarah Vaughan’s best-selling novel, premieres on April 15, and an interactive trivia game starts April 1. New seasons of Russian Doll and Better Call Saul also hit the streaming platform this month.

If you’v…

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What to Know About Meghan and Harry’s Doc

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s ongoing quest to become media multihyphenates is set to peak in the coming weeks: Harry’s hotly anticipated memoir Spare hits the shelves on Jan. 10, Meghan recently landed major celebrities and public figures like Sophie Grégoire Trudeau and Serena Williams on her podcast Archetypes, and Netflix has now released two trailers for…

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Why Barbenheimer Mania Is Unstoppable

What happens when two of the most anticipated films of 2023 debut in the same week? A fan-made movie crossover event known as Barbenheimer.

Barbie, directed by Greta Gerwig and starring Margot Robbie, Ryan Gosling, Dua Lipa, and Issa Rae, among several others, will release on July 21. Oppenheimer, Christopher Nolan’s film on J. Robert Oppenheimer, who was integral to …

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When MLK Jr. Met Malcolm X

Martin Luther King Jr and Malcolm X are two of the most famous civil rights leaders in America. And yet, they only met once.

The photo seen below of the duo—King at left, Malcolm X at right—was taken 60 years ago this year on Mar. 26, 1964, at the U.S. Capitol. Segregationists in the U.S. Senate were filibustering the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and the two had come to support the pass…

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Why Princess Diana’s ‘Revenge Dress’ Is Still Influential

Though Dominic West’s Prince Charles’ public admission of his affair with Camilla Parker Bowles is ostensibly the focus of the fifth installment of The Crown’s explosive fifth season, the episode’s most arresting moment has no dialogue, clocks in at just under 30 seconds—and doesn’t feature the newly-named King Charles III at all. Instead, the moment b…

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What to Know About The Last Thing He Told Me

A short chapter near the end of Laura Dave’s sixth novel, The Last Thing He Told Me, stands out from the rest of the book. Titled “Everyone Should Take Inventory,” it’s an index of everything the protagonist, Hannah Hall, knows to be true about her husband, Owen Michaels.

“He would live on Pad Thai, given the choice. He never took off his wedding ring …

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