Trailer Revealed for Ron Howard’s Thai Cave Rescue Film, ‘Thirteen Lives’

In 2018, in a small rural village in northern Thailand, thirteen lives were changed forever after being trapped in a cave for 18 days. The junior football team, which consisted of twelve children and their adult coach, went hiking along the caves of Tham Luang, but a unexpected rainstorm caused the cave to flood — trapping them deep within the caves. It took a rescue team of over 10,000 people from all over the world to save these boys.

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An Additional Notable Little Detail from ‘Obi-Wan Kenobi’

WARNING: The following contains spoilers from the Obi-Wan Kenobi limited series.

There are so many little moments and details from the Star Wars limited series, Obi-Wan Kenobi, that deepened character dynamics, character development, or the overall story. In sharing a list of the ones that caught my attention last Friday, somehow, there was one that I had left off by accident, and found it wise to share on its own:

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Maya Rudolph and Michaela Jaé Rodriguez Discuss Their Apple TV+ Series, ‘Loot’

Maya Rudolph and Michaela Jaé Rodriguez star as Molly Novak and Sofia Salinas in Loot. The new comedy premieres with three episodes on Apple TV+ today! Following episodes will be released weekly, every Friday. Rudolph also serves as an executive producer.

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Notable Little Moments and Details from ‘Obi-Wan Kenobi’

WARNING: The following contains spoilers from the Obi-Wan Kenobi limited series.

The third live-action Star Wars series and first limited series, Obi-Wan Kenobi, has come to an end. Set a decade after the events of Revenge of the Sith, the Jedi master has lost his way as he lives in exile on Tatooine, watching out over a young Luke Skywalker. However, when a call summons for him to leave his post, he must find balance within the Force and himself, in order to become the headstrong Jedi he was once more.

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The Cast of ‘The Umbrella Academy’ Discuss Kugelblitzes and Season 3

The Hargreeves are back! And this season of The Umbrella Academy, they have some pretty stiff competition in the form of The Sparrow Academy! You may remember at the end of Season 2, after saving the world from yet another apocalypse, the family and Number 5 teleported themselves back into the present. Only now, due to the changes they’ve made to history, it was a completely different present than the one they are used to. They created an alternate timeline! Let the expletives fly!

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Hulu’s ‘Fire Island’ Celebrates What it Means to be Family in Exclusive Featurette

Hulu’s Fire Island has been met with warm reception for their celebration of queer romance, friendships, and found family. It’s such a joy to see a film like this surrounded by Queers of Color who get to celebrate each other. In this clip, provided by Searchlight Pictures, the cast of the film talks about their characters and their relationships with each other.

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Desmin Borges and Natasha López on Their Roles in ‘The Time Traveler’s Wife’

Desmin Borges and Natasha López play Gomez and Charisse in The Time Traveler’s Wife. The season one finale will air on HBO and be available to stream on HBO Max this Sunday.

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Joseph Kosinski and Eric Newman Discuss All Things ‘Spiderhead’

Joseph Kosinski directed the new genre-bending and darkly funny psychological thriller, Spiderhead. The film, which is based on The New Yorker short story by George Saunders, is produced by Eric Newman and now streaming on Netflix.

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Jurnee Smollett on Netflix’s ‘Spiderhead’ and the Courage to Be Vulnerable

Jurnee Smollett takes on the role of Lizzy in Netflix’s new genre-bending and darkly funny psychological thriller, Spiderhead. The film, which is based on The New Yorker short story by George Saunders, will be released on June 17.

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Showrunner Felicia D. Henderson Discusses ‘First Kill’ and the Power of Love

Felicia D. Henderson serves as the showrunner, writer, and executive producer of the new supernatural series, First Kill. All eight episodes of season 1 are now streaming on Netflix.

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Melissa McCarthy and Ben Falcone Talk Netflix’s ‘God’s Favorite Idiot’

Melissa McCarthy and Ben Falcone star in and executive produce God’s Favorite Idiot. The new series, which was also created by Falcone, has a total of eight episodes and is now streaming on Netflix. McCarthy plays Amily and Falcone takes on the role of Clark.

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Chris Hemsworth Discusses His Unique Role in ‘Spiderhead’

Chris Hemsworth portrays Steve Abnesti in Netflix’s new genre-bending and darkly funny psychological thriller, Spiderhead. The film, which is based on The New Yorker short story by George Saunders, will be released on June 17. Hemsworth also serves as a producer.

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Michelle Yeoh Leads Cast of Netflix’s ‘The Brothers Sun’

The new Netflix drama series by Brad Falchuk’s company Falchuk Teley-Vision, The Brothers Sun, has been greenlit for production. Set in Los Angeles and Taiwan, the eight-episode series features an all-Asian writers room and all-Asian cast — and stars Michelle Yeoh (Everything Everywhere All At Once).

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The Knives are Back Out: ‘Glass Onion’ is the Official Title for the Upcoming Sequel

In a very exciting surprise from this morning, writer/director Rian Johnson (Knives Out, Looper, Star Wars: The Last Jedi) took to social to announce the title for the highly anticipated sequel to Knives Out!

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Sarah Catherine Hook and Imani Lewis Talk Their New Netflix Series, ‘First Kill’

A vampire and a vampire hunter falling in love? Consider us obsessed! Sarah Catherine Hook and Imani Lewis star as Juliette Fairmont and Calliope Burns in First Kill. All eight episodes of season 1 are now streaming on Netflix.

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Confronting ‘Evil’ with Mike Colter

Ever since its stellar debut in 2019 on CBS, Evil has been a runaway supernatural hit with audiences everywhere, becoming an X-Files for the 2020s! And much of the charm and charisma from the show spawns from its lead actor, Mike Colter (Marvel’s Luke Cage)! With its new season debuting this Sunday, June 12 on Paramount+, we were given the opportunity to sit down with this larger-than-life superhero-turned-priest to discuss the new season and all the thrills that await fans everywhere.

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Check Out John Cho’s Father-Daughter Dramedy ‘Don’t Make Me Go’

We all love John Cho.

This site is a John Cho-love fest. He’s broken barriers and pushes for change in the industry for Asians in the diaspora. Not only that, he’s a pretty damn good actor too.

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‘Our Flag Means Death’ and the Importance of Clear Queerness

The pirate’s life is a hard one indeed. They don’t talk about that enough, do they? The swashbuckling escapades of Jack Sparrow and our other favorite fictional pirates might seem like a boatload of fun, but real pirating is dangerous.

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