We must remember this – lessons learned from Casablanca

By reputation, Casablanca is the greatest American romance ever put to celluloid. There may be films more avant-garde or technically accomplished, but no film is so compulsively rewatched or intensely adored. US Senator Elizabeth Warren returns to Casablanca with her husband every New Year’s Eve, and Donald Trump even made a (losing) bid to acquire […]

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All About Adam Shulman, Anne Hathaway’s Husband and Father of Her Two Children

From her breakout role as Princess Mia Thermopolis in 2001’s The Princess Diaries to her Oscar-winning performance as Fantine in 2012’s Les Misérables, Anne Hathaway has been a household name in Hollywood for decades. But Hathaway has made a point to keep her personal life private—including her nine-year marriage to Adam Shulman. Hathaway surprised fans […]

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Jennifer Grey Gets Vulnerable About Hair Loss: “I Didn’t Know What Was Going On”

Actress Jennifer Grey isn’t one to shy away from tough subjects. She’s been vocal about getting a nose job and how it made her feel invisible, and she even penned a memoir about her time in the spotlight, Out of the Corner, which debuted earlier this year. The 62-year-old is getting candid with Prevention about […]

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Angelina Jolie and Daughter Zahara Take In Exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum

Angelina Jolie posted rare photos of herself and her daughter Zahara Jolie-Pitt out together at the Brooklyn Musum, sharing a carousel of images on Instagram of their visit. The 17-year-old college student was with her mom to see the show Death to the Living: Long Live Trash, by the artist Duke Riley. The exhibition showcases […]

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Girls and guns: the 90s films that shaped the ‘frat boy generation’

Paul Weitz’s American Pie taught a generation of young folk that sex-based humour was the height of wit. The trope of pubescent teenage boys who felt the need to ‘conquer’ the female population was rife, incubated by popular culture that nurtured the misogyny and adolescent ‘boys will be boys’ attitude perpetuated by the landmark film. […]

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Adele Reveals The One Broadway Show She’d Consider To Complete EGOT

By Brent Furdyk. Published: 14 hours ago After winning her first Emmy Award this year for her “One Night Only” concert special, Adele is just one Tony away from earning the coveted EGOT (she won an Oscar for the 007 theme song “Skyfall”, and has 15 Grammys). During a recent fan event for the release […]

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Remembering Jules Bass, stop-motion pioneer and creator of Christmas wonder

On Tuesday night earlier this week, Jules Bass passed away at a retirement home in Rye, New York, at the age of eighty-seven. An upstart ad-man who sold America on the coziness of the Christmas season in his main career as animator and filmmaker, he leaves behind a legacy renewed as a matter of tradition […]

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From McGraw to Midnights: A Retrospective of Taylor Swift’s Album Eras and Aesthetics

When did Taylor Swift become Taylor Swift? It’s not an easy question to answer. Swift is the consummate skin-shedder, forever toeing the line between self-expression and self-creation. In this sense, she’s also the consummate millennial: taught from youth to craft a persona, only for human emotion to blow it up. The difference is Swift, unlike […]

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Adele Reveals Plan To Receive University Degree After Her Upcoming Las Vegas Residency 

By Melissa Romualdi. Published: 8 hours ago Adele already has plans for what’s next in her life, after her rescheduled Las Vegas residency kicks off next month. The highly acclaimed singer-songwriter aspires to enrol in university to study something she’s always been passionate about. “After Vegas I want to get a degree in English literature,” […]

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