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Annihilation Is Flawed, But Unforgettably Mind-Bending - Vulture


Vulture
(It's also a studio-suit move to cast Portman and Leigh in films that were written, however non-centrally to the plot, as Asian and Native women respectively.) Garland is telling the story through visuals, and through a cell biology thread most ...

LETTER: Let he who is without sin cast the first stone - hays Post


hays Post
Teetsel says that his resolution “affirms the fundamental right of religious freedom and the truth of God's good design for human sexual identity,” suggesting that God intends and wants everyone to be heterosexual, all males to be masculine and all ...

Casting Bits: 'Scandal' Adds 'Grey's Anatomy' Actor, 'Arrow' Finds a New Assassin and More - BuddyTV (blog)


BuddyTV (blog)
The TV season is getting closer to filming its final episodes for the year and pilots are beginning to ramp up production. This means there's a lot of casting news to discover and break down. Scandal has cast a recognizable face from Grey's Anatomy's ...

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