LWLies 97: The All the Beauty and the Bloodshed issue – Out now!

All the Beauty and the Bloodshed is a film about empathy as a way of life, a collaborative autobiography that is both revelatory and profound. The American portrait photographer Nan Goldin will be known to many as a chronicler of those lost fragments of raw intimacy that occur in the spaces between moments: the post-coital […]

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The Predator franchise goes back to an uncolonized America in the first Prey trailer

Much like the dreadlocked intergalactic hunter at its center, the Predator franchise just cannot be killed, no matter how many attempted reboots must fizzle out along the way. 2010’s Predators had sturdy horror fundamentals, but couldn’t really connect with audiences, and 2018’s Shane Black-directed The Predator was a self-satisfied letdown short on the original-flavor terror […]

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Joshua Jackson Looks Back On Met Gala Appearance With Wife Jodie-Turner Smith: ‘We Smashed It’

By Sarah Curran. 21 mins ago Joshua Jackson is reflecting on his stylish appearance at this year’s Met Gala, where the actor hit the red carpet alongside his stunning wife Jodie Turner-Smith. “I would like to be humble because I am Canadian and it is better for us to be that way. But I cannot […]

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‘Do You Speak African?’ Being a Black Immigrant In Black America

I was first christened “African booty scratcher” in fourth grade—my second year in America. It sounded ridiculous, but it pricked when my classmates would belly-laugh at my expense. This is also my earliest memory of Black America. It wasn’t white America that first outed my otherness. It was the Black American boy in that overcrowded […]

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Ask Matt: A Yay for Jay, ‘Mrs. America,’ Sitcoms Post-Pandemic, a Network Content Pipeline & More

Welcome to the Q&A with TV critic—also known to some TV fans as their “TV therapist”—Matt Roush, who’ll try to address whatever you love, loathe, are confused or frustrated or thrilled by in today’s vast TV landscape. (We know background music is too loud, but there’s always closed-captioning.) One caution: This is a spoiler-free zone, […]

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Former EastEnders’ Dean Gaffney turning to comedy – and has new show in pipeline

Former EastEnders star Dean Gaffney has revealed he is turning his hand to comedy – and has a new show in the pipeline. Dean, axed from the soap last year over claims he asked a stranger for sexy photos online, reckons his new venture is a cross between The Office and Larry David sitcom Curb […]

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