Daily Archives: February 16, 2018

You’d Be Unwise to Bet Against Daniel Kaluuya

Daniel Kaluuya is exhausted. It’s the day after the London premiere of Black Panther, and the 28-year-old actor celebrated his long-awaited homecoming in style. “It ended up being a late one,” he tells me, stifling a huge yawn. “I caught up with my friends. They’re people … who’ve known me since I was eight-years-old, so it’s nice to share these ...

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Saturday's TV highlights and weekend talk shows: 'Planet Earth: Blue Planet II' on BBC America

Reliable Sources Coverage of Mueller indictments: Sam Vinograd. Covering leaks and lies from the White House: Karen Tumulty, the Washington Post; Lachlan Markay, the Daily Beast. Stories the National Enquirer squashed for Trump: Ronan Farrow, the New Yorker. The relationship between Trump’s team and the media: Dan Pfeiffer, former senior advisor to President Obama; David Gergen, former adviser to Presidents ...

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5 Seconds Of Summer Begin Plotting Their Comeback With Cryptic New Teasers

As of Friday (February 16), it’s been 847 days since Aussie pop-rockers 5 Seconds of Summer released their second album, Sounds Good Feels Good. Frankly, that’s way too long without a new jam like “She’s Kinda Hot” and “She Looks So Perfect” blasting through our speakers, and the wait for fresh tunes has been an agonizing one. But fear not, ...

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The Best Movies Without Academy Award Nominations of the 21st Century, From ‘Wonder Woman’ to ‘Zodiac’

You know what’s even more satisfying than your favorite movie cleaning up on Oscar night? The righteous indignation that comes from knowing that Academy members were too busy nominating Meryl Streep again to throw a bone to works of high art like “Under the Skin” or “In the Mood for Love.” One of the most important traditions during awards season ...

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The Top 10 Destinations To Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day

Every year on March 17 the Irish (and Irish at heart) around the world celebrate the patron saint of Ireland, Saint Patrick. What began as a religious feast day has since evolved into a globally recognized festival, celebrating Irish culture, dancing, singing, food ― and a whole lot of shamrocks, leprechauns and Guinness. Booking.com, the global leader in connecting travelers with ...

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