Month: May 2021

Anthony Ramos is having quite a summer. After his initial breakout role as John Laurens/Philip Hamilton in the original Broadway production of Hamilton, he’s become central to several very different projects, including a starring role in Jon M. Chu‘s film adaptation of the Lin-Manuel Miranda musical In the Heights. He’s also now playing Eladio, a
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A new month means new options available on the various streaming services, and indeed Hulu is no different. Below we’ve compiled a list of every new movie and TV show that’s coming to Hulu in June 2021, which runs the gamut from superhero movies to creature features to Oscar-winning dramas. But in terms of originals,
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While Hulu used to be better known for its television shows while Netflix was the go to for movie options, the streaming service has taken big leaps and strides to change that. Today, Hulu is home to an amazing selection of movies, especially documentaries. Providing options for customers of all interests, Hulu has found a
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David Lynch’s adaptation of Dune is getting a 4K Blu-ray release from Arrow Video, full of special limited release additions. In addition to a glorious 4K remaster, the offering will include a 60-page book with interviews from crew members, a full-sized poster featuring new artwork, six postcard-sized lobby card reproductions, and tons of bonus behind-the-scenes
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Felicity Ingram for Valentino Beauty Very few colors are as fascinating and historic as Valentino Red. Introduced in 1959, the bright hue, initially dubbed “Fiesta”—a cross between fuchsia and crimson red—embodies the fashion house’s commitment to Italian charm, romance, and glamour. Valentino Red is easily distinguishable, welcoming, and timeless, which the house perfectly translated to
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Netflix is pretty much the undisputed king of streaming content and you’d probably have to watch 24 hours a day, at double-speed, for the rest of your life to ever run out of content, but that doesn’t mean they don’t get hit with some painful expiring movies and shows. And oh, boy, June has some
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We’re back with another update on Magic Kingdom construction, crowds, and changes. In this Walt Disney World park report, we’ll take a look at wait times, problem points, and congestion (or lack thereof) over Memorial Day weekend, which is the traditional kickoff to the summer tourist season in the parks. The big topic today is
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[Editor’s note: The following contains spoilers through the series finale of Mare of Easttown, “Sacrament.”] It’s been a long sad journey already with Mare of Easttown, so no surprise that the finale (what we’re calling the series finale, though after first Big Little Lies and then Perry Mason ended up getting second seasons, who knows
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[Editor’s note: The following contains spoilers through the series finale of Mare of Easttown, “Sacrament.”] The Mare of Easttown series finale was an emotionally devastating affair, but viewers who have been along for the ride didn’t expect anything different. The HBO limited series has been wildly emotional through all seven episodes, as we traced detective
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