‘The Masked Singer’: TV Night Brings Tears, Nostalgic Joy And A Double Unmasking! (Recap)

By Zach Seemayer, ETOnline.com. Published: 5 hours ago *Caution: Spoilers ahead! Big excitement while celebrating the small screen. Wednesday’s new episode of “The Masked Singer” was TV Night, and everything from the set decoration to the wardrobes to the editing and even song choices, was a celebration of all things TV. Robin Thicke opened the show with a […]

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Gavin Leatherwood Sings ‘Driftwood Mermaid’ and The Strokes in a Game of Song Association

Song Association is leaving the studio and heading to beautiful Venice, Italy with Gavin Leatherwood and Armani Beauty. Gavin joins ELLE for a scent-inspired round, capturing all things Aqua Di Giò. Tune in as he reveals his favorite karaoke song, his experience seeing music legend Elton John, and the story behind recording his single “Just […]

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Chaos in the kitchen with The Bear and Boiling Point

The key to good cooking is balance. A meal with no salt is bland, add too much and it’s ruined. Recreating a restaurant on screen needs that same balance: chaotic but with purpose; lonely but communal; cut-throat but with heart. Capturing that specific environment – a swirling pressure-cooker of clashing personalities where the lines between […]

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‘Frasier’ Revival Picked Up By Paramount+, Kelsey Grammer Onboard

By Brent Furdyk. Published: 5 hours ago Last updated: 5 hours ago Get ready to dig into some tossed salad and scrambled eggs — “Frasier” is making a comeback. According to Deadline, the revival of the hit sitcom has received a series pickup order by Paramount+, more than a year-and-a-half after the streaming service announced it […]

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Even Planned Parenthood Is Calling Out Blonde’s Anti-Abortion Messaging

There’s a lot to pick apart in Blonde, Andrew Dominik’s highly criticized Marilyn Monroe film starring Ana de Armas, which is now streaming on Netflix. There’s the way it reduces Hollywood’s biggest icon to a helpless victim; its obsession with showing Monroe endure abuse, sexualization, and abandonment seemingly without end; and how it participates in […]

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In the Merciless Blonde, How Much of This Marilyn Monroe Is Real?

Spoilers below. Imitation, a flattery, should not always be met with ire. Sometimes mimicry is powerful, even transcendent; this is occasionally the case with Ana de Armas’ performance as Marilyn Monroe in Andrew Dominik’s much-derided new film, Blonde. But it is in this power that a certain responsibility resides in the hands of the imitator—and, […]

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‘Star Trek’ Movie Pulled From Release Schedule Following Director’s Exit

By Brent Furdyk. Published: 4 hours ago Fans will be waiting longer than expected for the fourth “Star Trek” movie. Earlier this year, J.J. Abrams — who directed 2009’s “Star Trek” and 2013’s “Star Trek: Into Darkness” and is producer of the franchise — announced that another “Trek” film was in development, with talks in […]

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House of the Dragon Episode 6 Recap: Fire and Blood, Literally

Spoilers below. Ten years have passed since Princess Rhaenyra Targaryen and Lord Laenor Velaryon’s “red wedding” and since Queen Alicent made her first rebellion against House Targaryen with a symbolic green dress. When we reunite with House of the Dragon’s leading women this week, much has changed. They are not only played by new actresses […]

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