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The Supreme Actuality Reveals on Netflix Will Advantage You Unplug Your Mind

Long day at the (home) office, huh? I know. Time to give your brain a break. Perhaps try it with a TV show... preferably one that isn’t going to use too much of your brain power. (We’re looking at you, Westworld). Turning on some of the best reality TV is the way to go, and…

An Alternate ‘Gigantic’ Ending Has Been Revealed and Boy Did They Dodge a Bullet

UPDATE: Shortly after we posted about the alternate ending to Titanic, Esquire's Dave Holmes got a text from the guy whose song appears in this version. Turns out he had no idea his song was almost in one of the biggest movies of all time. Here's the full story.We all know the ending of Titanic:…

Paul Bettany Says There’s a WandaVision Cameo No One Has Guessed Yet

Here at Esquire, we've been (very) into WandaVision this winter. Frankly, we think the wild meta-superhero-sitcom might be one of Marvel's best efforts. And naturally, we're interested in the volumes of fan theories constantly churning on the Internet about what's going on in the show. So, you can't blame us that when we got a…

In “Allen V. Farrow’ Audiences Will Hear from Dylan Farrow on Her Accept as true with Terms

For nearly 30 years, the story surrounding the sexual assault of Dylan Farrow, the adopted daughter of Mia Farrow and Woody Allen, has dipped in and out of America’s collective cultural conciousness. It tends to resurface in bits and pieces whenever someone within the splintered family’s orbit releases a new project. Each time it does,…

The Finest TV Shows of Spring 2021 Will Sprint You Out of That Winter Trip

Ain't you cold? Ain't you tired, Miss Hilly?Well thaw out those winter bones with a bit of spring weather. Not only is the second quarter of the year welcomed for its warmer weather and longer daylight hours, but it also promises something even better: new TV. Whether that be series that are returning from hiatus,…

The Easiest Movies of 1999 Remind Us How Good Film Can Be

In the battle to decide the greatest movie year in American history, 1999 can duke it out with the best of 'em. The year has some very worthy opponents—most notably, Hollywood's Golden Year, 1939, which saw an increase in theater attendance and a dazzling array of classics like The Wizard of Oz, Mr. Smith Goes…

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The Reactions to Netflix’s I Care a Lot Are Both Worried and Kinda Thirsty

Just days after its release, I Care A Lot has vaulted into Netflix’s top ten line-up, landing at the coveted #1 spot as the hottest property on Netflix right now. Critics have largely fallen hard for the slick thriller, ranking it at 81% fresh on Rotten Tomatoes, while viewers, some enthralled and some repulsed, can’t…

The Supreme Reveals on Netflix to Like Every 2nd of Your Free Time

New year, New Netflix. With each passing month, it seems like Netflix's expansive library continues to grow, while you remain stagnant, watching the same shows over and over because of the scary autoplay that comes with the scrolling process. It's startling! Well. What it we narrowed down that selection? What if we picked out some…

These Are the Simplest Exhibits You Must composed Be Observing on Hulu

We’re so damn far into the forever streaming wars, that just about every streaming service has a lineup worth subscribing to. It’s just up to you to decide which ones are worth denting your pocket for. One of the power players? Hulu. And it's not just a power player—its strength is growing every day.Try HuluYou…

BTS Performed a Extremely efficient Hide of ‘Fix You’ At some stage in Their Ancient MTV Unplugged Dwell performance

BTS made their MTV Unplugged debut on Tuesday, making history as the first Korean musical act to headline the acclaimed showcase series. Between stunning, cinematic performances with dazzling customized sets and costumes befitting each song, the global superstar group discussed their 2020 album BE, their songwriting process, and their love and support for their worldwide…

Ben Schwartz and Jenny Slate Know ‘Don’t Be Suspicious’ Is Having Its TikTok 2nd

In the series finale of beloved workplace comedy Parks and Recreation, the Saperstein twins Jean-Ralphio (Ben Schwartz) and Mona-Lisa (Jenny Slate) flamboyantly parade through a sunny cemetery. They have staged one last plot—Jean-Ralphio’s death—in order to collect life insurance money, and naturally, are planning to flee to Tajikistan to open a casino with the funds.…

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