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The Wednesday Edition - Oct 10, 2018
Fresh from your pals at themarysue.com

On the next episode of FUNDED IN AMERICA, meet the inspiring female entrepreneur whose "pillbox from the future" could help save lives and keep many people healthy. EllieGrid is changing the world, one pill at a time. Follow La La Anthony as she talks with female entrepreneurs from around the country who are shaking things up.
Uncategorized, Drew Goddard, NYCC 2018, Simon Kinberg, Taika Waititi

Taika Waititi, Drew Goddard, and Simon Kinberg Are Good Hollywood Dudes

By Rachel Leishman on Wed,1:52
Finding men in Hollywood positions of power you truly want to root for in 2018 is rare, but listening to Taika Waititi, Drew Goddard, and Simon Kinberg talk about their work was inspiring.
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Movies, horror films, Pet Semetary, Stephen King

Pet Sematary Is Back From the Dead With a Spooky New Trailer

By Chelsea Steiner on Wed,12:40
Now, the classic Stephen King novel is getting a stylish new adaptation that is set to traumatize a whole new generation of kids (hooray?).
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Big on the Internet, Ariadne, Medea, mental health awareness, mythology, Tattoo

The Mary Sue Tattoo Project: Why I’m Getting a Greek Mythology Tattoo Today

By Princess Weekes on Wed,12:33
Both Medea and Ariadne leave their stories stronger than they begin. Plus, the dudes who screw them over die terrible deaths.
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Big on the Internet, TV, Black Lightning, Cress Williams, recap, The CW

Black Lightning S2 Episode One Recap: ‘The Book of Consequences: Chapter One: Rise of the Green Light Babies’

By Princess Weekes on Wed,12:30
Black Lightning returns not with a whimper, but a bang.
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Big on the Internet, TV, recaps, The CW, The Flash

The Flash S.5, Episode One Recap: “Nora” — Parenthood Isn’t Easy

By Princess Weekes on Wed,10:00
After an unexpected guest from the future, Nora West-Allen (Jessica Parker Kennedy), appears at their home, Barry (Grant Gustin) and Iris (Candice Patton,) must figure out how to get her back to the future without disrupting the timeline.
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Big on the Internet, a star is born, Judy Garland, Lady Gaga, Screen Prism

Things We Saw Today: Why A Star Keeps Being Born

By Princess Weekes on Tue,5:40
How does a movie get remade three times and retain just a massive legacy? Well this video breaks it down.
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TV, Doctor Who, Jodie Whittaker

Review: Doctor Who Is Back, Diverse, and Better Than Ever

By Rachel Leishman on Tue,4:55
With a lot riding on the episode, Chris Chibnall and the creatives behind the beloved BBC drama focused more on bringing the feel of the show to Jodie Whittaker's Doctor.
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AMP Featured, Big on the Internet, Taylor Swift, voter registration

Of Course Conservatives Want Taylor Swift to “Stay Away From Politics,” They’re Terrified

By Vivian Kane on Tue,4:30
Following Taylor Swift's lengthy Instagram post yesterday, in which she made a rare, if not unprecedented (for her), foray into politics, a number of conservative politicians and pundits made a point to let her know what a big mistake they think she's making.
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Books, books, NYCC 2018, Star Wars (franchise)

4 New Stories From a Galaxy Far, Far Away to Pick Up

By Clare McBride on Tue,4:24
Even with the recent announcement that Lucasfilm was going to slow down on the saga extracurriculars when it comes to movies, it can be hard to keep up with the sheer output of the 'Star Wars' franchise. We have you covered.
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News, DCEU, Disney, Guardians of the Galaxy, James Gunn, marvel

James Gunn Is Moving to the DCEU and No One Is Surprised

By Princess Weekes on Tue,3:31
After being fired from Marvel, director and writer James Gunn is moving to the DCEU.
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Movies, barbra streisand, Lady Gaga, rumors

Lady Gaga Is Becoming the New Barbra Streisand

By Rachel Leishman on Tue,3:13
There isn't official confirmation yet, but Rosie O'Donnell is running around saying that Lady Gaga is taking to Broadway as the next Fanny Brice. Funny Girl, a musical I've always considered my own personal mantra, has been rumored to be coming back to Broadway for quite some time.
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Big on the Internet

If Political Ads Could Win Oscars, Richard Linklater’s Anti-Ted Cruz Would Be the One to Do It

By Vivian Kane on Tue,1:20
There's been a lot of great publicity to come out of the Texas Senate race between Beto O'Rourke and Ted Cruz. Some of the best de-facto ads for O'Rourke have been the videos of his speeches that have gone viral. Some of his best publicity has also been from what were intended to be attack ads put out by Cruz's campaign. Now, there's a new anti-Cruz ad making the rounds, directed, incredibly, by Academy Award-nominated filmmaker Richard Linklater.
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