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Dua Saleh is an activist, writer, and artist known for turning their poetry into lush lyricism that tackles issues like systemic racism and LGBTQ+ rights. Lucky for us, that creativity is now consumable in another medium: Saleh has made their first foray into acting as Cal in season 3 of Netflix’s teen dramedy Sex Education.
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The Lizzie Borden Murders: Part 1 On August 4, 1892, a wealthy businessman by the name of Andrew Borden, 66, and his second wife Abby were discovered brutally hacked to death in their home in Fall River, Massachusetts. Andrew’s youngest daughter, Lizzie, 32, was home when the murders occurred, but she was supposedly in the
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Rihanna has done it again. The singer, mogul, and designer returns with Savage x Fenty Vol. 3, her third multi-faceted runway extravaganza to debut her newest lingerie offering. This year’s show is set to be another visual feat, with breathtaking choreography (thank you, Parris Goebel!), stunning architecture, and conceptual musical performances. It’ll also continue the
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Adapted from the groundbreaking 1929 novel by Nella Larsen, the upcoming Netflix film Passing is about interiority as much as it is about presentation. The movie—filmed in a stark, yet disarmingly serene black and white—follows two childhood friends named Clare (Ruth Negga) and Irene (Tessa Thompson), both mixed-race Black women who can “pass” as white,
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“I’ve never been good at doing just one thing,” admits Emma Mackey. Perhaps this—the fact of her own restlessness—is what makes these sorts of publicity interviews a challenge for the 25-year-old actress. Certainly she loves talking about Maeve, her sour-on-the-outside, sweet-on-the-inside role in the Netflix teen dramedy Sex Education, but she’s constantly swatting away the
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The consensus is, it’s about time. During Sunday night’s Emmys, Michaela Coel—actress, writer, and creator of the superb HBO show I May Destroy You—finally received some overdue awards-show appreciation for her masterpiece, a riveting and tenderly wrought series based on Coel’s own experience with sexual assault. Wearing a stunning neon Christopher John Rogers gown, Coel
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Jennifer Aniston made it no secret that she won’t be at this year’s Emmys ceremony—and it’s entirely due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Aniston is nominated with the Friends team for Best Variety Special (pre-recorded) for the Friends reunion. Aniston told Jimmy Kimmel this week that “no, I will not be going [to the Emmys].
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Khloé Kardashian and Tristan Thompson have been denying any possibility of romantic reconciliation, but a source told Entertainment Tonight this week that this doesn’t mean Thompson isn’t trying. After saying the former couple are doing a great job co-parenting their three-year-old daughter, True, the anonymous source added that Thompson is allegedly taking advantage of the
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Alyson and Amanda Michalka have undergone many evolutions: They were young actors, they broke through as music duo Aly & AJ in the mid-2000s, they briefly rebranded as 78Violet, and they returned as Aly & AJ while pursuing separate acting careers as adults—but through it all, there’s been one integral constant: sisterhood. “It’s everything to
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