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The Friday Edition - Oct 12, 2018
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Movies, Amandla Stenberg, movie review, The Hate U Give

The Hate U Give Review: Everyone Must See This Movie


By Vivian Kane on Fri,1:44
The Hate U Give is a must-watch film for everyone.
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TV, Doctor Who, River Song, Thirteenth Doctor

Seeing River Song and the Thirteenth Doctor Together Is Important


By Princess Weekes on Fri,12:59
Doctor Who wasn't afraid of having queer companions, so they shouldn't be afraid of having an openly queer Doctor.
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Big on the Internet, Doctor Who, Honest Trailers, Screen Junkies

The Doctor Who Classic Honest Trailer Tells You Everything You Need to Know About the Original Series


By Chelsea Steiner on Fri,12:51
Vintage Doctor Who features wacky costumes, terrible effects, casual racism and sexism, and so much more.
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Big on the Internet, The CW, The Flash

The Flash Needs to Get Back to Its Character-Driven Roots in Season 5


By Lacy Baugher on Fri,12:11
Since Season 3, the dynamic between that original group has not only fractured, but been largely ignored as an entity, with new storylines focused on almost everything except the friendship which had previously made up the heart of the show.
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Movies, Aladdin, Guy Ritchie

The First Aladdin Teaser Trailer Is Here and People Are Mad


By Rachel Leishman on Fri,11:27
The first teaser trailer for Aladdin hit the internet last night and everyone had something to say about it. As they should. A lot of what they had to say was ... not happy.
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Movies, Amber Heard, Fantastic Beasts 2: The Crimes of Grindelwald, Johnny Depp

Johnny Depp Breaks Silence on Fantastic Beasts Casting & Continues to be the Worst


By Princess Weekes on Fri,11:07
Both J.K. Rowling and David Yates have defended him, but in an article with Entertainment Weekly, Johnny Depp finally speaks about his role in the Fantastic Beasts film and the backlash against him.
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Big on the Internet, Kanye West, Superman, Trump

Kanye West Claims His MAGA Hat Makes Him Feel Like Superman, Which is Ironic Since Trump is Basically Lex Luthor


By Chelsea Steiner on Thu,5:53
I know we joke a lot about the impending apocalypse, but it's awfully hard to ignore the omnipresent signs of impending doom.
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Big on the Internet, LGBTQ Representation, marvel, Star Wars (franchise), Wonder Woman

Dear Franchises: Just Include Some LGBT+ Representation and I’ll Stop Yelling At You (Mostly)


By Kate Gardner on Thu,5:44
We need this representation. We need to have LGBT+ heroes to normalize the LGBT+ community for audiences across the board.
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Big on the Internet, latinx representation, Netflix, Siempre Bruja, things we saw today

Things We Saw Today: Netflix Releases Its Teaser Trailer For Siempre Bruja About a Time-Traveling Afro-Colombian Witch


By Princess Weekes on Thu,5:35
For those disappointed by the lack of Afro-Latina actors in the upcoming Charmed series, next year will be bringing us Siempre Bruja.
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TV, dads, reboots, sexism

In What World Is Mr. Mom a Movie That Needs to Be Remade in 2018?


By Vivian Kane on Thu,5:03
On top of asking whether the show can connect to audiences, we have to ask whether it should. Do we want to reinvest in pushing the idea that a man doing housework or raising his children is so abnormal as to be grounds for an entire comedy series?
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Big on the Internet, leslie knope, Parks and Recreation

It’s #DayoftheGirl and I Want to Celebrate Leslie Knope


By Rachel Leishman on Thu,4:30
Leslie Knope is one of the best characters out there and on #DayoftheGirl, we should recognize those characters who helped to inspire the feminist in us all.
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TV, cats, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Kiernan Shipka

Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Gives Us a Sneak Peek at Salem the Cat


By Chelsea Steiner on Thu,4:03
It's clear that Netflix's upcoming Chilling Adventures of Sabrina series will share little in common with its Melissa Joan Hart-starring predecessor.
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Movies, Avengers 4, Rocket Raccoon, Thor

Thor’s New Avengers 4 Costume Leaked and Thanks, I Hate It


By Kaila Hale-Stern on Thu,3:49
We rely on leaks—often in toy form—for hints and speculation as to what's to come in 'Avengers 4'. The God of Thunder is a perfect specimen and based on this toy's costume, you are ruining him, Russos. Ruining.
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Movies, a star is born, Judy Garland, Lady Gaga

What Grace Kelly Defeating Judy Garland at the 1955 Oscars Tells Us About Lady Gaga’s Own Oscar Chances


By Princess Weekes on Thu,3:39
The 1955 Oscars where Grace Kelly beat Judy Garland for an Oscar is infamous. What does it tell us about Lady Gaga's own Oscar chances with 'A Star is Born'?
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TV, Riverdale

Riverdale Is a Town Run by Teenagers Where Nothing Makes Sense, but We Love It


By Rachel Leishman on Thu,2:51
'Riverdale' is a show that when you watch, you can't believe what you're watching, and you call everyone you know and tell them to watch so you have someone to talk to about this show.
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News, Journalism, Trump, USA Today

USA Today’s Op-Ed Section Is Irresponsible Journalism, Advocates for “Less Democracy”


By Chelsea Steiner on Thu,2:18
USA Today, best known as the thing you trip over when leaving your Hampton Inn room, has had quite a week.
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