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Justin Timberlake Will Reportedly Headline the Super Bowl Halftime Show

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Over a decade since the word "nipplegate" entered into our vocabulary, Justin Timberlake is apparently ready to take the Super Bowl stage again. The Grammy winner is reportedly close to finalizing a deal to perform at the upcoming Super Bowl, according to Us Weekly.The insider also suggests that ...
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Diagonal Wall Basket by Andréason & Leibel for Swedish Ninja

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If you live like most people, there’s never enough storage, especially for your smaller things. Swedish design studio Andréason & Leibel can help you change that with the Diagonal Wall Basket they designed for Swedish Ninja. The compact baskets easily attached to your walls and can be mounted wherever you need some extra storage – the entryway, hallway, bathroom, or bedroom.Made of powder coated steel, the baskets look just as cool empty or full with their semi-transparent fronts. They’re available in small, medium, or large, and in three colors – Ockra Yellow, Grey, and Black.

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Natascha McElhone Will Leave Designated Survivor for Sean Penn's Hulu Show

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First Lady no more -- Natascha McElhone will depart Designated Survivor later this season, Deadline reports.She's leaving to join Sean Penn in House of Cards creator Beau Willmon's Hulu drama series The First, about the first manned mission to Mars. Her character is being kept under wraps for now, ...
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‘Annihilation’ Offers An Ecological Apocalypse In Its First Teaser

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In the wake of Ex Machina‘s rather too prescient look at tech bros and their opinions of women, it wasn’t clear what Alex Garland, the writer and director, was going to do next. The answer, it turns out, is turn Jeff VanderMeer’s unnerving, apocalyptic novel Annihilation into a movie. And we’ve just gotten our first look at it, in this creepy teaser trailer.The plot of Annihilation follows an unnamed biologist (Natalie Portman), part of a team of women (including Jennifer Jason Leigh) sent into Area X, part of the American South in the near future that’s been blocked off by an unknown force. The area, which has been completely evacuated, is home to bizarre mutations and a notorious reputation; exploration teams go in, but they don’t come back, or if they do, they come back wrong, riddled with cancers. The team biologist also has a personal motive; her husband (Oscar Isaac) was part of an expedition, and while something that looks like him came back, she’s not convinced it was really h…

Carla Gugino And Bruce Greenwood On The Taxing Process Behind Making ‘Gerald’s Game’

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Netflix/Getty Though some dismissed Stephen King’s 1992 novel Gerald’s Game as unfilmable, director Mike Flanagan kept his aspirations film it anyway. This year, he finally succeeded, with an adaptation set to premiere on Netflix on Friday, September 29th. It tells the story of Jessie (Carla Gugino), a woman who goes out to a remote cabin with her husband, Gerald (Bruce Greenwood) to try and rekindle the romance in their marriage. The film screened at Fantastic Fest where we chatted with both Gugino and Greenwood about the unconventional and emotionally taxing process they endured bringing Gerald’s Game to the screen.This was director Mike Flanagan’s dream project for several years now. What was it like working with him to bring it to life?Bruce Greenwood: He was massively prepared and equally willing to let new things happen, which is not common.Carla Gugino: You know, it’s so weird because you would imagine that he had been aware of it for a long time, and had thought about it a lot,…

The 20 Best Comedies On Netflix Right Now

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Universal Pictures Last Updated: September 27thComedy in film can be strange and varied. Comedies can be difficult to compare, because sometimes you’re in the mood for something cerebral, and other times you just want to watch people get punched in the nuts. Luckily, we have Netflix at our disposal to help us figure out our fancy.However, while Netflix has been a revolutionary invention, bringing people countless hours of easily accessible entertainment, it can be a little overwhelming. While there are definitely some gems in the movie sections, you have to dig through a lot of straight-to-DVD sequels and bad indie flicks to find the best comedies to watch. While people have cracked the code for finding the best comedies on Netflix right now, we decided to come up with a list of some of the funniest movies as a starting point in your quest for the perfect Friday night in film.Related: The 30 Best Movies On Netflix Right Now, Ranked20. MascotsNetflix For a certain type of comedy fan, the…

Watch Aldous Harding Perform New Song, 'Elation,' At KEXP

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The New Zealand folk singer shares a new song during her live performance at the KEXP studio in Seattle.(Image credit: Carlos Cruz/KEXP)

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Fred Segal Enters Growth Mode With an Experiential New LA Flagship

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The phrase "retail apocalypse" has always been a bit of an exaggeration, but it feels like a huge one in Los Angeles, where it seems a new store is opening or a mall is being overhauled every other day. And while some retailers have closed their doors (see: Kitson and many of its Robertson ... Continue reading

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CoverGirl Brings Age Diversity to Its Roster with 69-Year-Old Model Maye Musk

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CoverGirl has been adding to its model roster quite a bit over the past few weeks, with Issa Rae and Ayesha Curry both being named new faces for the brand. And on Wednesday, the cosmetics company announced the latest beneficiary of its hiring spree: It has tapped 69-year-old model (and ... Continue reading

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Made in London: Catarina Riccabona

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This is the latest in our Made in London series of films about London-based makers by filmmaker William Scothern. This month’s video is about hand-weaver Catarina Riccabona. Watch:South London-based Catarina Riccabona is a textile designer and weaver, who makes throws, cushions and blankets by hand. She uses unbleached and undyed linen in the warp; and linen, hemp, wool, alpaca and second-hand or recycled yarn in the weft. She also uses waste warps from fellow weavers – the final meter of a warp on a loom which cannot be woven and is usually thrown away. She adds color using plant-dyed wool from Finland or recycled linen from a UK company which processes industrial surplus into new yarn.“The technique essentially hasn’t changed since the beginning,” she says. “Weaving was always a combination of two systems of threads, one running lengthwise, one running across. Because it’s simple and that has been valuable for so long and still is, it’s just something that’s everywhere. I think is q…

When Experiences Become About “Keeping Up with the Joneses”

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There was a time earlier in my life where I was very concerned with “keeping up with the Joneses.” I ran with a crowd that was incredibly focused on buying new things, showing them off to friends and family and acquaintances and neighbors and reveling in their jealousy, and then also being jealous of the things that friends and family and acquaintances and neighbors had.I remember, at the time, getting a brand new Blackberry the day it was released. This was during the era where the Blackberry was the be-all-end-all mobile device, as it was a pretty effective tool for answering email and sending texts on the fly in the pre-iPhone and pre-Android era. I remember showing it to people and seeing their jealously and loving it, then I remember being jealous not too much later when a better model came out and someone else had it.I was jealous of the cars and clothes and houses that people had, and I felt a ton of pride in what I had and had a desire to show it off. This was normal within my…

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