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Paul Thomas Anderson’s new film, Phantom Thread, centers on a fashion designer who has a deeply specific sensibility, in fashion and in life. The film, which stars Daniel Day-Lewis as London designer Reynolds Woodcock, is also a love story, with Vicky Krieps playing Reynolds’ strong-willed companion Alma. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below To weave this
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Yesterday, Kim Kardashian posted a caption-less Instagram of Louis Vuitton’s logo, leading fans and outlets to speculate she just gave a hint of what she and Kanye West named their new daughter (Elle V West? Vuitton West?). The baby was born via surrogate Monday, and while Kardashian announced most birth details—weight, time, etc.—she did not
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Warning: Spoilers for Riverdale season two, episode ten, “Blackboard Jungle,” are ahead. The Black Hood may be “dead” (yea, right), but the drama is still alive and well in Riverdale. Penelope Blossom is running a one woman bordello out of the Thistle House! Betty’s newly found brother Chic (short for Charles and pronounced Chick) is
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This Is Us often gets an unfair (to my mind) rep for being emotionally manipulative. Sure, the show has always been known for its feels, and the marketing hasn’t exactly leaned away from that—the tissue-box emoji that appears whenever you hashtag #ThisisUs isn’t subtle. But in general, I don’t find the show any more manipulative
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For his first Martin Luther King, Jr. Day as president, Donald Trump spent his time fulfilling Dr. King’s long-held dream by dismantling the prison industrial complex and divesting from our national warmongering culture golfing up a storm. According to a report in The Washington Post, the president spent the traditional day of service at a
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In 2017, Tiffany Haddish became everyone’s new favorite celebrity, thanks to Girls Trip and her supreme hilarity in general. In perhaps what was the greatest late-night interview of all time, Haddish described a wild trip she took with Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith—and now that has led to an endorsement deal. Advertisement – Continue
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1 of 21 UnReal Marti Noxon and Sarah Gertrude Shapiro Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 2 of 21 Fresh Off the Boat Nahnatchka Khan Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 3 of 21 Marvel’s Jessica Jones Melissa Rosenberg Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 4 of 21 Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Maurissa Tancharoen Advertisement – Continue Reading
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This morning, Hulu released the chilling first trailer for season two of its stunning, scary, awards-scooping drama The Handmaid’s Tale. The second season will pick up with June (Elisabeth Moss) pregnant and beginning a mysterious new chapter, following her removal from her familiar prison in the house of Commander Waterford (Joseph Fiennes). Advertisement – Continue
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The Time’s Up campaign has been a powerful force in Hollywood and beyond, uniting women from all industries to confront the issue of sexual misconduct in the workplace. Oprah Winfrey has been a powerful voice for the movement, as anyone who saw her epic Golden Globes speech knows. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below Oprah recently
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GettyGetty + Design by Mia Feitel Much of the socio-political discussion of 2016 and 2017 was dedicated to white male rage. Why are white men so angry? What could we have done to make the most powerful socioeconomic group in this country so mad? Why are they punishing us all with Trump? But as a