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(L to R) Maya Rudolph, showrunner, writer and executive producer Cirocco Dunlap, and Natasha Lyonne talk Prime Video’s ‘The Second Best Hospital in the Galaxy.’ Premiering February 23rd on Prime Video is the new animated series ‘’The Second Best Hospital in the Galaxy,’ which stars Natasha Lyonne (‘Poker Face’), Kieran Culkin (‘Succession’), Stephanie Hsu (‘Joy
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With more than 70 schools offering costume design instruction, what makes such a program stand out? Is it the proximity to film studios and theaters in the major entertainment hubs of L.A., London and New York? The variety of courses, from historical design to 3D fabric printing, or simply a well-rounded curriculum? Or is it
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[Warning: The below contains MAJOR spoilers for Fire Country Season 2 Episode 2 “Like Breathing Again.”] “It was like Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde,” Fire Country star Kevin Alejandro admits when it came to directing a scene in the latest episode: His character’s daughter, Gabriela (Stephanie Arcila), took on a dangerous cave rescue. Gabriela saved the victim
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(Left) Tom Cruise attends the Abu Dhabi Red Carpet and Premiere of ‘Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One’ presented by Paramount Pictures and Skydance at Emirates Palace Hotel on June 26, 2023, in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. Photo by Darren Arthur/Getty Images for Paramount Pictures. (Right) Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, director of the Oscar-nominated
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This content contains affiliate links. When you buy through these links, we may earn an affiliate commission. Welcome to Today in Books, where we report on literary headlines at the intersection of politics, culture, media, and more. It Feels Like a Lot Because It Is a Lot If your latest scroll through the Netflix menu
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The Best of the Literary Internet, Every Day TODAY: In 1564, playwright and poet Christopher Marlowe was born.  “It should be a modest request to ask that ‘left’ not mean supporters of authoritarian regimes.” Rebecca Solnit on the perennial divisions of the American left. | Lit Hub Politics Matthew Salesses on the “too-lateness” of climate
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