Month: December 2020

MF DOOM has died, his wife Jasmine Dumile revealed today (December 31). The elusive rapper died on October 31, according to Dumile. When reached by Pitchfork, a representative for Rhymesayers confirmed the legitimacy of the statement. A cause of death has not been revealed. MF DOOM was 49 years old. MF DOOM was born in
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Surprise! Queer Eye cast member Jonathan Van Ness tied the knot earlier this year. On Thursday, Dec. 31, New Year’s Eve, the reality star announced on Instagram in a 2020 wrap-up post that he “got married to my best friend & have a loving partner to continue building my life with.” While he did provide a photo of him and his
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The specialty box office and streaming space is ringing in 2021 with a peppering of new titles starting with Shadow in the Cloud starring Chloë Grace Moretz, which opens in select theaters and drops on VOD and digital starting January 1, 2021. Directed by Roseanne Liang who co-wrote the script with Max Landis, Shadow in the
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Sabrina Spellman (Kiernan Shipka) has her hands full when Chilling Adventures of Sabrina returns to Netflix on New Years Eve for the fourth and final installment of the Riverdale companion series. When we last saw the teenaged witch, she had split herself in two, potentially causing a paradox that could throw the entire time-space continuum
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Check out the rest of this series here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vVgP1UgrEf0&list=PLmZTDWJGfRq1utg_2T-BzfvivzgH6RmPI Read WatchMojo’s editor-in-chief & founder discuss how this project came to be: https://contextisking.com/2020/12/26/how-geek-culture-overtook-pop-culture/ How did video games go from pixels that made bloops and bleeps in arcades to immersive worlds right in our living rooms? Join us for the third episode in our series “How Geek
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Singer-songwriter Amanda Shires has covered a Genesis classic to close out 2020. Check out Shires’ rendition of “That’s All,” from the group’s 1983 self-titled LP, below (via Rolling Stone). Shires referred to the track as a “true COVID anthem” in a press release. Her cover is accompanied by an animated visual that depicts a number
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Carly Waddell just made her surprising split from husband Evan Bass even more official.  The influencer, who fell in love with Evan on Bachelor in Paradise in 2016 and returned to the show for their televised wedding the following year, just removed her husband’s name from her Instagram bio. She had kept his Instagram handle, along with a red heart, on
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The Trial Of The Chicago 7 Aaron Sorkin most definitely knows how to handle true story adaptations (The Social Network, Moneyball) and courtroom dramas (A Few Good Men), and the writer/director puts those talents to great use for The Trial Of The Chicago 7. It was a film that was headed to theaters before the
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It’s a film that you’re meant to let your mind get lost in, as what begins as a simple story about a young woman meeting her boyfriend’s parents for the first time devolves into a meditation on the subjects of identity, time, and life, all while being simultaneously freaky and funny. The outstanding cast including
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Reg LancasterGetty Images Visionary French fashion designer Pierre Cardin died on Tuesday at age 98, the French Academy of Fine Arts confirmed on Twitter. “The Perpetual Secretary, Laurent Petitgirard, and the members of the Academy of Fine Arts are deeply saddened to announce the death of their colleague Pierre Cardin. He had been elected on
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