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Best Movies for Women's History Month

What are the best films that empower women? Add these films to your list

via Thelma and Louise

I'm never not talking about women. So clearly, 2023 was a great year for me. Dubbed "the year of the girl," last year was about celebrating women — not in a sanitized girlboss feminism way, but in a way that spotlighted stories by women, for women. The male gaze was finally decentered and, from TikToks to feature films, the biggest stories of the year were about women. So if you're looking for the best movies for Women's History Month, you've come to the right place.

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Have You Seen Kate Middleton?

The Royal Family member hasn't been spotted since December and rumors are swirling...

WANTED: Kate Middleton, The Princess of Wales, presumed kidnapped by King Charles and the Royal Family unless returned to our TV screens immediately.

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Popdust Presents: SHAED

The band's latest single 'Everybody Knows I'm High' is out now

Three years after their debut album High Dive, SHAED is gearing up for their sophomore LP. Although the band hasn't announced the release date, they've started to share music from the project.

The first single, "Everybody Knows I'm High." is a shift from the ethereal pop of "Trampoline" to a warmer hazy rock sound. The tone is matched by a sunny psychedelic music video the trio shot throughout Los Angeles.

Watch vocalist Chelsea Lee, Max Ernst, and Spencer Ernst talk to Jordan Edwards about the music they've been making, upcoming live shows, and the story behind the wild music video.

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Wait … Did Timothee Chalamet and Kylie Jenner Break Up?

Timmy, aka, Prince Paul Atreides, was allegedly seen acting very single sans King Kylie

Did Timothee Dump Kylie?

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I’ll admit it here: I didn’t read Dune. But I’ll also swear on my life that I’ve had Frank Herbert’s massive odyssey of a novel on my TBR long before the new adaptation, Dune: Part One(let alone Dune: Part Two), was set in motion by Denis Villeneuve. I'm not new to this, but I'm also not true to this.

It’s my father’s favorite book, so I grew up half-grateful, half-scornful he didn’t name me Chani. Now that Zendaya is playing that role, I’m still ambivalent about the choice.

Which is to say, all these long years, I still haven’t even turned to the first page. Therefore, I don’t know how it ends — specifically if Prince Paul Atreides (Timothee Chalamet) gets the girl in the end. I guess I’ll find out on March 1st, Dune: Part Two’s long-awaited release date (shoutout to the SAG strike). But until then, I have even hotter Dune tea to contemplate: Did Timothee dump Kylie Jenner?

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Jennifer Lopez in This Is Me...Now: A Love Story.

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My most controversial take: Jennifer Lopez can barely act and barely sing, yet we’ve somehow allowed her to build an entire career around both. That’s how we ended up with This is Me … Now: A Love Story — J. Lo’s music video meets semi-autobiographical feature film meets thesis on the merits of astrology (points were made). They’re calling it her Cloud Atlas. Meanwhile, I’m still waiting for the Beyonce Renaissance visuals.

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