Month: November 2020

Halloween may be over but Spirit Halloween has one more trick up their sleeve… We’re excited today to exclusively unveil the “Hanging Lord Dakhanavar Vampire Animatronic,” Spirit Halloween’s first ever post-Halloween season animatronic release! The animatronic measures 4.8-feet tall, and it hangs from the ceiling and will send chills down your spine with its red
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Whether you’re shopping for yourself or another favorite person in your life for the holidays or for a future celebration (or, you know, just because), perhaps you’re seeking out those gifts falling in the center of the “Feminist” and “Book Lovers” Venn diagram. Good news! Find below a roundup of the best gifts for feminists
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Don’t mess with the Selenators! Selena Gomez’s fans took to social media to express their outrage at a joke pertaining to her health. UPDATE (11/28/2020 @ 6:15 p.m. EST): NBC’s Peacock and executive producers have since issued an apology about the episode.“We apologize. It was never our intention to make light of Selena’s health,” the
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Are readers ready for Melania Trump‘s side of the story? According to PageSix.com, the soon-to-be-former-First Lady is “taking meetings” about the possibility of penning a memoir. The book would be primarily about her time in the White House and, perhaps more importantly to her, would give her “a chance for her to earn on her
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Kristin Cavallari admitted she would ‘marry’ ex Stephen Colletti and insisted he was the ‘best kisser’ she’s ever had during a fun wine-filled Thanksgiving Q&A on Instagram with her BFF Justin Anderson. Kristin Cavallari, 33, wasn’t shy when talking about exes and possible future boyfriends during her latest Instagram Live with BFF Justin Anderson on
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Sean Connery’s character in Finding Forrester will be replaced with a Black lesbian in an NBC television adaptation (YouTube) The late Sean Connery’s character in the 2000 film Finding Forrester will be replaced with a Black lesbian writer in an upcoming NBC television adaptation. The original film, directed by Gus Van Sant, told the story of a
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As we enter the long Thanksgiving holiday weekend during an era when the box office is struggling and more weight is being placed on streamers for new product, there are still titles making theatrical debuts amid the digital film landscape as people recover from their turkey-induced tryptophan haze. It all starts with three films spotlighting
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While wrapping production on a violently funny comedy about Communism, Armando Iannucci decided to lean into optimism. A longtime fan of Charles Dickens, the writer and director had thought for years about making an adaptation of David Copperfield, a typically sprawling novel about a young man’s coming of age and the wild characters he encounters.
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