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Shawn Mendes postpones his tour to take “time to heal”

Shawn MendesPhoto: Kevin Winter (Getty Images) Despite his joyfully-crooned decree back in 2017, there is something holding Shawn Mendes back these days. In a long post shared to instagram on Friday, the singer announced he’s postponing his wonder tour for three weeks while he tends to his mental health. Mendes said the decision “breaks [his] …

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Watch Stranger Things’ Eddie Munson Rehearse Metallica Scene

The man, the myth, the legendImage: netflix It may not have overtaken Kate Bush‘s “Running Up That Hill” as the anthem of Stranger Things season fourbut Eddie “Not a Hero” Munson’s decidedly heroic guitar solo—a tactic to distract those pesky bats in the Upside Down—has made Metallica’s “Master of Puppets” a close second. Earlier today …

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Jurassic Park T-Rex Toilet Scene Action Figures

Image: Universal/Mattel Although there have been six high-grossing (if not always beloved) Jurassic Park/World movies, it’s never enjoyed the robust action figure series that accompanied other major film franchises like Star Wars or the Marvel Cinematic Universe. That’s probably because the real stars of the movies are dinosaurs and not the various scientists, kids, and …

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Stranger Things subtitle guy talks about “tentacles undulating moistly”

Stranger Thingsscreenshot: netflix Stranger Things season 4 has now fully deployed itself on Netflix, helping to re-establish the nostalgic sci-fi series as one of the closest things to a communal experience that still exists in our increasingly fractured media landscape. The show’s most recent run of episodes has generated a whole new set of touchstones …

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Legend, a Dragon Ball Fan Film, Will Give You Nostalgic Feels

Akira Toriyama’s dragonball franchise is insanely popular, thanks in part to Toonami and airing the anime adaptation of both dragonball and Dragon Ball Z during the 90s. Fandoms are the lifeblood of IP, and Dragon Ball’s fandom has been beating quite strongly more recently, especially with the new theatrical film, Superherohitting theaters in August. But …

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Sure, we’ll watch Jamie Foxx and Snoop Dogg hunt some vampires

Left: Jamie Foxx (Photo: Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images), Right: Snoop Dogg (Photo: JC Olivera/Getty Images) Look, we’re not made of stone here. Pitch us a movie with a simple, straightforward, relatable premise—Jamie Foxx and Snoop Dogg as blue-collar vampire hunters killing undead gentrifiers in Los Angeles, for instance—and we’ll at least give the thing a …

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ABC to air live-action/animated Beauty And The Beast special

The Disney On Ice version of Beauty And The BeastPhoto: WILLIAM WEST/AFP via Getty Images This year marks the 30th anniversary of when Beauty And The Beast became the first animated film to be nominated for Best Picture at the Oscars, and while that may seem like a weirdly specific anniversary to celebrate (tell us …

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