What’s the difference between witchcraft and a miracle? According to The Familiar, beloved fantasy author Leigh Bardugo’s latest novel, the answer is simple: politics. This distinction is of life-and-death importance for Luzia Cotado, a scullery maid in a less-than-fashionable Madrid household whose milagritos, or little miracles, can lighten a heavy load or make flowers bloom
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In this satire from HBO and A24, Robert Downey Jr. plays four (!) different characters: a CIA operative, a college professor, a conservative politician, and an eccentric Hollywood director (sometimes all at once). HBO/Getty Images/Ringer illustration All wars are fought twiceThe first time on the battlefieldthe second time in memory These three lines of text
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Previously relegated to the dustbin of media history, the vinyl LP has undergone a revival during the past decade to once again become the best selling physical format for recorded music today. Where barely one million new vinyl albums were sold in the United States in 2006, that figure has grown every year since, soaring
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Nora and Nathan review the latest release from Maggie Rogers and discuss how her sound has evolved since ‘Heard It in a Past Life’ Photo by River Callaway/Billboard via Getty Images Nora and Nathan are here to break down the third album from Maggie Rogers, Don’t Forget Me. They talk about how the fact that
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Adam Brody on the Possibility of The O.C. REBOOT Melrose Place is opening up its doors again.  Heather Locklear, Laura Leighton and Daphne Zuniga will be reprising their iconic characters from the ‘90s drama in a reboot with CBS Studios, a production source tells E! News.   In addition to returning to the screen, both Leighton
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IMAX CEO Rich Gelfond joins Matt to talk about which movies get the most IMAX screens, the complicated situation theaters are in, and more Photo by Chukrut Budrul/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images Matt is joined by IMAX CEO Rich Gelfond to discuss the complicated state of movie theaters and the growing importance of premium large-format
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Diving into the world of 2000s men’s fashion reveals a dynamic and transformative era that reshaped the landscape of menswear in ways still felt today. This period, often intertwined with the term Y2K men’s fashion, stands out for its bold experimentation, the blurring of traditional style boundaries, and the emergence of new trends that challenged
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Selena Gomez is headed to France this spring. After the Cannes Film Festival revealed that its 2024 lineup includes Jacques Audiard’s upcoming film Emilia Pérez, in which the singer-actress stars, she excitedly confirmed the news and shared a few first-look posters for the project on Instagram. “I’ve been waiting to show you guys this one!!”
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Unlike ‘Oppenheimer’—or fellow video game adaptation ‘The Last of Us’—Jonathan Nolan’s new series embraces a much wackier tone Amazon Prime Video/Getty Images/Ringer illustration By any measure, Jonathan Nolan is a successful artist. He created Person of Interest, arguably the last great sci-fi drama hailing from a broadcast network, and followed that up with Westworld, which,
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