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Alyah Chanelle on The Sex Lives of College Girls S2: 'The sex on our show never seems like vulgar'
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Alyah Chanelle on The Sex Lives of College Girls S2: 'The sex on our show never seems like vulgar'

When asked about the changes they have observed in the way filmmakers approach erotica and film sex scenes, the actors had an interesting take and opinion.

DC Celebrates Batman Day
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DC Celebrates Batman Day

DC and HBO Max announce new voice talent on the anticipated animated feature-length film ‘Batman Azteca: Choque De Imperios’, a new ‘Batwheels’ special, and ‘Batman: The Audio Adventures’ expands to new platforms!

George RR Martin reveals that the Targaryens are ‘flawed human beings’ as House of the Dragon streams on Disney+ Hotstar
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George RR Martin reveals that the Targaryens are ‘flawed human beings’ as House of the Dragon streams on Disney+ Hotstar

Talking about House of the Dragon, Martin said, “The story is about very flawed human beings who can be capable of good and monstrous things; capable of being courageous and a coward."

The Baby review: HBO dark comedy about killer baby lays bare the brutality of forced motherhood
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The Baby review: HBO dark comedy about killer baby lays bare the brutality of forced motherhood

The Baby, on Disney+ Hotstar, does anything but sugarcoat the pains and pressures of motherhood

We Own This City review: Spiritual follow-up to The Wire exposes a failure of policing and public policy
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We Own This City review: Spiritual follow-up to The Wire exposes a failure of policing and public policy

We Own This City takes nonlinear storytelling to an extreme, but once you get on its wavelength it rewards your patience.

Twenty years of The Wire: How HBO show put America's crime underbelly on pop culture map
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Twenty years of The Wire: How HBO show put America's crime underbelly on pop culture map

The biggest achievement of The Wire, which premiered on HBO in 2002, has to be the direct tone and uncompromising focus on the flaws in America’s law and order system and class divide.

Euphoria Season 2 review: Zendaya's cult HBO show is the most effective when it's thoughtful, not explicit
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Euphoria Season 2 review: Zendaya's cult HBO show is the most effective when it's thoughtful, not explicit

While a lot of the second season feels like a doubling down on the shock and angst of the first, there are some standout episodes that are reminders of just how moving the series can be when it wants to be serious rather than just provocative.

Book review: In Putting the Rabbit in the Hat, Brian Cox channels the acerbic voice that got him popular on Succession
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Book review: In Putting the Rabbit in the Hat, Brian Cox channels the acerbic voice that got him popular on Succession

Brian Cox, who plays Logan Roy on Succession, admits to having made poor choices, and rather refreshingly does not restrain the smell of regret from escaping the pages.

Decoding the soundtrack of Euphoria: From the underground to the instantly recognisable, from 1950s to 2020s
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Decoding the soundtrack of Euphoria: From the underground to the instantly recognisable, from 1950s to 2020s

A collage of flashbacks, daydreams, nightmares, and rhythmic music videoesque sequences, Euphoria uses the interplay between its eclectic soundtrack and Labrinth’s recurring score to create a “wild fantasia that blends a raw naturalism with hyper-reality.

Brian Cox hopes memoir doesn't 'put a full stop' on his life: 'I’m sure there’s more'
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Brian Cox hopes memoir doesn't 'put a full stop' on his life: 'I’m sure there’s more'

Titled Putting the Rabbit in the Hat, Brain Cox's book chronicles the actor’s journey from humble beginnings in Scotland, to being the toast of Hollywood, thanks to his Emmy nominated role in hit drama Succession

From The Batman, The Lord of the Rings to our very own Brahmastra, 2022 will be a year of varying nerdgasms
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From The Batman, The Lord of the Rings to our very own Brahmastra, 2022 will be a year of varying nerdgasms

There is a purity and reassurance to the fact that even at a time when box office returns may be uncertain and moviegoing may be on the decline, the number of exciting stories and rich new worlds to explore and get lost in certainly isn’t.

As Season 2 of Zendaya's Euphoria premieres on Disney+ Hotstar, a recap of the first Emmy-winning instalment
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As Season 2 of Zendaya's Euphoria premieres on Disney+ Hotstar, a recap of the first Emmy-winning instalment

Two-and-a-half years have passed since the Season 1 finale premiered on HBO. Here is a refresher as the long-awaited Season 2 premiere drops.

Jean-Marc Vallee, Canadian filmmaker best known for Dallas Buyers Club, Sharp Objects and Big Little Lies, dies at 58
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Jean-Marc Vallee, Canadian filmmaker best known for Dallas Buyers Club, Sharp Objects and Big Little Lies, dies at 58

Jean-Marc Vallée won an Emmy for directing the hit HBO series Big Little Lies, and his 2013 film Dallas Buyers Club earned multiple Oscar nominations, including best picture.

Succession, Only Murders in the Building, The White Lotus: 2021 offered a range of commentaries on the elite
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Succession, Only Murders in the Building, The White Lotus: 2021 offered a range of commentaries on the elite

The White Lotus, Only Murders in the Building, and Succession Season 3 are all wildly different genres that coincide on one thing – the depravity of the well-heeled.

Succession Season 3 review: Great modern epic that's as revolting as fascinating
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Succession Season 3 review: Great modern epic that's as revolting as fascinating

Succession is perhaps that rare show that clobbers the idea of empathy, that characters ought to be likeable to be watchable.

And Just Like That review round-up: Sex and the City revival celebrates women in 50s, but is more 'self-serving than self-aware'
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And Just Like That review round-up: Sex and the City revival celebrates women in 50s, but is more 'self-serving than self-aware'

Created by Darren Star, who also made the first season of Sex and the City, the much anticipated And Just Like That follows the story of three main characters played by actresses Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis.

Call My Agent: Bollywood, Sardar Udham, Scenes From A Marriage, Tabbar: Best streaming picks from October
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Call My Agent: Bollywood, Sardar Udham, Scenes From A Marriage, Tabbar: Best streaming picks from October

October brought us a far more eclectic and stimulating mélange of content than recent months, including the award-winning Malayalam film Thinkalazhcha Nishchayam on SonyLIV and Leena Yadav's docuseries The House of Secrets on Netflix India.

Emmy Awards 2021: Streaming outperforms cable TV with wins for Netflix, Apple
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Emmy Awards 2021: Streaming outperforms cable TV with wins for Netflix, Apple

From 2013 to 2020, Netflix earned a whopping 30 nominations in best drama, comedy, and limited series, but had never pulled off a win in those categories, often losing out to HBO, the perennial Emmys heavyweight.

Emmy Awards 2021: Olivia Colman, Josh O' Connor dedicate The Crown victories to loved ones lost to COVID
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Emmy Awards 2021: Olivia Colman, Josh O' Connor dedicate The Crown victories to loved ones lost to COVID

While Olivia Colman dedicated her best actress in a drama series award to her later father, her The Crown co-star Josh O' Connor paid tribute to his grandfather in the acceptance speech.

Emmys 2021: Michaela Coel wins best writing for a limited series for I May Destroy You
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Emmys 2021: Michaela Coel wins best writing for a limited series for I May Destroy You

"Write the tale that scares you, that makes you feel uncertain, that isn't comfortable," Michaela Coel said in her acceptance speech, dedicating her award to survivors of sexual assault.