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Alyson Hannigan on ‘Flora & Ulysses’ and its Different Kind of Superhero
The new Disney+ movie, based on the beloved book, tells the tale of one mighty squirrel.
Eric Goldman
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Superman and Lois: A Romantic History on Page and Screen
Ahead of the premiere of The CW's Superman & Lois, take a look back at a timeline of Lois and Supes' relationship in the comic books and on screen.
Scott J. Davis
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Fandom, Vivid Seats Explore Entertainment Trends During the Pandemic
Fandom and Vivid Seats joined forces on infographics investigating how Americans continued enjoying their favorite entertainment during the pandemic.
Lon Harris
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Daisy Ridley Knows Exactly What Tom Holland is Thinking in ‘Chaos Walking’ Clip
Check out an exclusive new clip from the upcoming sci-fi film from the director of 'The Bourne Identity' and 'Edge of Tomorrow.'
Eric Goldman
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Alan Tudyk on Playing a ‘Resident Alien’ and Exploring K-2SO’s History
The 'Firefly' alum on his memorable characters from outer space, his new Syfy series about an alien among us, and his Star Wars past and future.
Matt Fowler
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Disney’s ‘Raya’ Offers a Different Kind of Cinematic Dragon
The creators of the new Disney animated film on the inspiration for their dragon and the powers she possesses.
Eric Goldman
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Shyamalan and Cast Talk ‘Servant’ Season 2 Surprises and the Series’ Future
The showrunner and cast talk S2's surprises, and Shyamalan speaks out against releasing movies simultaneously in theaters and at home.
Kim Taylor-Foster
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An All-DC ‘Fandom 5’ Trivia Challenge? WHY DID YOU SAY THAT NAME?!
We dove into the Snyderverse on our latest trivia game! 
Lon Harris
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‘Cobra Kai’ Cast Talk Season 3 and ‘The Karate Kid Part II’ Characters’ Return
Ralph Macchio, William Zabka and their castmates on how Season 3 brings Daniel back to Okinawa and depicts the fallout from that giant school brawl.
Eric Goldman
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Wonder Woman 1984: Barbara Minerva’s Empathetic Journey to Becoming Cheetah
Or how 'Wonder Woman 1984' changes Cheetah’s origin story to make her a more convincing, and contemporary three-dimensional villain.
Kim Taylor-Foster
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