Don’t Worry Darling’s Plot Twist Is Its Ultimate Undoing

Spoilers below. To argue Don’t Worry Darling goes off the rails in its third act is to insult the (pretty, sun-baked) chaos that comes before it. That “chaos,” of course, could easily be in reference to the publicity coaster the Olivia Wilde-directed film has traversed since rumors first festered of a feud between Wilde and […]

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Hallmark Reveals Christmas Movie Schedule For 2022: See The 40-Movie Lineup

By Philiana Ng, ETOnline.com. Published: 11 hours ago It’s officially the first day of fall, which means it’s time to get into the holiday spirit! One month before the launch of Hallmark‘s annual Christmas programming event on Oct. 21, the network has unveiled the full lineup of all its original holiday movie premieres across Hallmark Channel and Hallmark […]

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Black Beauty Boys Are Broadening the Pathway to Inclusive Beauty

Pharrell Williams appears to have skin carved out of marble, the work of Michelangelohimself. He is blemishless, smooth, and poreless. And for a long time, the unofficial face of the Fountain of Youth was shockingly skincare routine-less. “Skincare was not really a priority” for much of his life, he told ELLE.com. It helps to have […]

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Pat Carroll, Voice Of Ursula In ‘The Little Mermaid,’ Dead at 95

By Zach Seemayer, ETOnline.com. 1 hour ago Pat Carroll, an Emmy-Award-winning screen, stage star and voice actress, has died. She was 95. Carroll’s daughter, Kerry Karsian, confirmed to ET on Sunday that Carroll died on Saturday at her home in Cape Cod, Massachusetts, due to pneumonia, adding, “She was deeply loved and will be much missed.” Carroll […]

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Andrew Haigh’s upcoming Strangers makes lovers of Andrew Scott and Paul Mescal

Last fall, the widely-crushed-upon Paul Mescal sent his legions of admirers into paroxysms with the news that he’d play opposite Josh O’Connor in an upcoming romance set around World War II, to be directed by Oliver Hermanus. The Mescal hype train has continued rolling, with the actor scoring an avalanche of fresh critical acclaim for […]

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Torn Apart by War, Ukrainian Women and Children Try to Rebuild Their Lives Abroad

Since Russia invaded Ukraine on Feb. 24, 3.8 million people—mostly women and children—have fled to neighboring countries, with the majority taken in by Poland. The government and armies of volunteers have been working quickly to help ease the newcomers’ transition back to normalcy: securing them places to live, issuing them identity cards, and assisting them […]

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Why the Attempts to Diversify And Just Like That… Fell Flat

When HBO announced a Sex and the City revival, I was on the fence. Despite the network’s multiple attempts at recreating the iconic ’90s show in various forms (I’m looking at you, Girls), there had yet to be a rom-com series that lived up to the original. And that’s partly because SATC is one-of-a-kind. Adapted […]

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Calvin Harris Sued By Neighbor for Muddying Road to Her House

Exclusive Calvin Harris is allegedly a terrible neighbor who refuses to fix a steady flow of gross, disgusting water pouring from his house … at least that’s how one pissed off neighbor sees it. Julie Opperman is suing the famed DJ … claiming Calvin’s Bel-Air property leaks and leaks and leaks filthy water that’s coating […]

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