Month: July 2024

As Illumination/Universal’s Despicable Me 4 continues global rollout, and with its Friday numbers included, the latest from Gru and the gang has helped propel the Despicable Me/Minions franchise across the $5B mark (to $5.025B through Friday) at the worldwide box office. This makes it the first animated franchise ever to reach the milestone. It was
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Tame Impala are back… with a line of A.P.C. clothing. Kevin Parker has brought a capsule of “psychedelic minimalism” to the Parisian fashion brand, whose founder, Jean Touitou, has been a fan since a tip-off from his daughter. “It struck me as a synthesis of everything I’ve liked since the 1960s, from Soft Machine to
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This content contains affiliate links. When you buy through these links, we may earn an affiliate commission. Next week, I’ll be sharing the results of the Our Queerest Shelves Halfway Check-In Survey, but today, I wanted to chat with you about my answers to the questions about my favourite new and backlist queer books I’ve
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Sing Sing, the powerful, poignant prison drama starring Colman Domingo, opens NY/LA, with indie love stories Dandelion and Touch debuting on hundreds of screens as distributors continue to tinker with release patterns. Martin Scorsese, eloquent as always, narrates (and executive produced) Made In England: The Films of Powell And Pressburger. Sorry/Not Sorry takes on comedian
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Greedfall 2 will launch into early access in a little over two months. GreedFall 2: The Dying World is still at least several months out from its full release slated for some time in 2025, but now that we’re in the back half of 2024 the developers creating the game are ready to push forward
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To be fully transparent, media piracy has become a more complicated phenomenon in recent years than it was when I first started earnestly getting into media criticism. In my early undergraduate days, I was steadfast in my conviction that piracy was wrong, though that might have been due, in part, to my (no joke) Yoko
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In addition to her beautiful language and intricately constructed characters, one of Tana French’s great skills is her knack for an evocative setting. Think the deceptively quaint mountain village of Ardnakelty in The Searcher and The Hunter, or the siren call of cozy, idyllic Whitethorn House in The Likeness. But Broken Harbor is perhaps French’s
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