Imagine a film about war. Then, imagine a film about journalists. Somehow, Ex Machina’s Alex Garland fashioned one of the most compelling stories of the year by marrying these unlikely premises. Even more unlikely? He convinced A24 to make an action film. Don’t worry, this is not a souped-up Marvel movie. It’s exactly what you’d expect from our favorite indie studio’s first venture into the action genre: subversive, thrilling, and intrepid.

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Meet The World's Hottest Boyband: August Moon

If I Had A Nickel For Every Harry Styles FanFic Turned Into A Movie...

Growing up a One Direction fan, I am brimming with unnecessary knowledge of four British (and one Irish) men. I have continued to follow Harry Styles throughout his illustrious solo career, and I still watch their This Is Us documentary once a year. And in the world of boybands and sick obsession comes fan fiction.

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First Look: Is “The Idea of You” Based on Harry Styles? Actually, Yes.

Watch the trailer of Nicholas Galitzine and Anne Hathaway in this Harry Styles Inspired Romance

The Idea of You Trailer

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Run, don’t walk, to watch The Idea of You trailer, which gives us our first look at the steamy romance based on none other than Harry Styles. Starring Anne Hathaway (The Devil Wears Prada, Eileen, The Princess Diaries) and Nicholas Galitzine (Red, White & Royal Blue, Bottoms, Mary and George).

This film is like if your mom stole your Wattpad moment. The Idea of You follows Solène (Anne Hathaway), a 40-year-old single mom who begins an unexpected romance with her daughter’s favorite pop star. She goes from begrudgingly chaperoning her daughter to Coachella to meeting, to falling for, 24-year-old Hayes Campbell (Nicholas Galitzine), the lead singer of a band, August Moon, based on One Direction.

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They Marketed “Dune: Part Two” Like “Barbie” — And It Worked

The Dune: Part Two Press Tour was bigger and better than the first. And it worked.

Timothee Chalamet, Zendaya, Austin Butler on the Dune: Part Two Press Tour

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The Dune: Part Two press tour has sadly come to an end — which is literally the only negative to come from the movie’s US release on March 1st. The film has garnered rave reviews for immersive cinematography, career-defining acting performances, and ushering in a new era for science fiction cinema and action movies across genres.
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