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What Is 'The Get Down'? Netflix's New Trailer Has The Answer

Baz Luhrmann's first foray on the small screen is shaping up to be something spectacular. (You could've guessed that, though, considering Luhrmann is the visionary behind Romeo + Juliet and Moulin Rouge!) The Get Down's Netflix debut is fast approaching and to keep spirits high, the streaming platform has a new trailer to hit the replay button on a couple of times…

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Charlotte Tilbury's New Launch Will Be "Mind Altering"

British makeup artist and mogul Charlotte Tilbury has some exciting news for those of us that use her makeup and skin care products with cult-like devotion: Her product line is now expanding into the realm of fragrance. Next month, she’ll be launching her first-ever perfume, a "fleurotic" fragrance dubbed Scent of a Dream that is said to be “mind-altering…



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Why Not Procrastinate By Watching All The Amazing Trailers That Premiered At Comic-Con

Comic-Con descended on San Diego over the weekend, which meant that the internet was flooded with trailers for some of the most anticipated movies on the horizon. Marvel and DC each did their part to assure the world that the superhero genre is alive and well, and some non-comic-book-based blockbusters (there is such a thing, believe it or not) got audiences in Hall H foaming at the mouth with excitement…


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Tegan And Sara Really Want To Be "BWU," But Maybe Not Forever Ever

Is there anything more soul crushing than watching a failed marriage proposal? Tegan and Sara bring that universal fear to life in their music video for "BWU," a cute acronym for the phrase "be with you." Let the record show that the synth-pop sisters aren't even prepared with rings when they pop the big question, but that's not the point of this Clea DuVall-directed visual…








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The First 'Wonder Woman' Trailer Is the Most Badass Thing You'll See Today

Yesterday at San Francisco's Comic-Con, Warner Brothers unveiled a first look at Wonder Woman, the first female-centric superhero movie to be released by a major company in recent years (helmed by DC Comics, not Marvel)—and it looks good. Starring Gal Gadot (who first appeared as the character in 2016's Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice) and directed by Patty Jenkins (who directed Charlize Theron in her Oscar-winning performance in 2003's Monster), Wonder Woman dives into the mythology of the titular character (she was created by Zeus) and places her in the middle of World War I…

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Selena Gomez Opened Up To Her Fans In An Honest Way

Birthdays can be hard—it’s nearly impossible to have a day that acknowledges and even celebrates the passage of time without indulging in a little bit of self-reflection. So after Selena Gomez turned 24 on Friday, she took to Instagram the next day for a bit of opening up…

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Sunday Sizzle: Leaf Continues To Burn Up The Summer

When summertime finally rolls around, nothing is more fun than the combo of good food, good music, and good company. So every weekend, we’re bringing you BBQ must-haves from the hands of our favorite artists so you can get a real taste of what their lives are actually like…

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Roxane Gay Set To Be The First Black Woman To Write A Marvel Comic

Marvel Comics has unleashed some exciting news for fans! According to The New York Times, Marvel comic Black Panther is getting a companion series titled World of Wakanda, set to be written by Bad Feminist author Roxane Gay and the poet Yona Harvey. Just like the current Black Panther series, which is written by author and The Atlantic national correspondent Ta-Nehisi Coates, this one has a diverse pair of writers tackling the story…