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Lego Batgirl and Batman figurines

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On August 2, 2022 Warner Bros. Discovery announced that the nearly completed Batgirl would not be coming to HBOMax as intended.

The decision to not release Batgirl reflects our leadership’s strategic shift as it relates to the DC universe and HBO Max. Leslie Grace is an incredibly talented actor and this decision is not a reflection of her performance,” said a Spokesperson from Warner Bros. Pictures.

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From Left: Khloe Kardashian, Kylie Jenner, Kris Jenner, Kourtney Kardashian, Kim Kardashian and Kendall Jenner in animal prints blow kisses on the red carpet

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Some celebrities make their pets a part of their brand. Paris Hilton was inseparable from her tiny, spoiled dogs in the 2000’s. Swifties go gaga for Taylor’s cats almost as much as she does. And Adam Sandler routinely performs with his comic sidekick bulldogs Matzo Ball and Babu.

Then there are the celebs who post about their pets…only to never show them again.

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RENAISSANCE IS HERE … But did Beyoncé and Pharrell Steal From Kelis?

The “Milkshake” singer wants her flowers. But from whom?

RENAISSANCE IS HERE

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Happy Beyoncé week, month, and year to all who celebrate!

Beyoncé just released the album of the summer, the century — RENAISSANCE. Spoiler alert: it’s exactly what you expect. Banger after banger. No skips. Changed the course of music, definitely. And history, for sure.

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Another day, another dollar — but only if you “get your ass up and work.” At least, that’s the world according to reality star and business mogul, Kim Kardashian. The entrepreneur is once again under fire for her newest venture, SKKN.

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Daniel Kaluuya, Keke Palmer, and Brandon Perea in a still from Nope (2022)

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Author’s Note: I saw Nope in a movie theater, after only having seen the original teaser trailer. The most recent trailer gives away too much and should be avoided.

While filming Nope, writer/director Jordan Peele revealed that his most-used word on set was spectacle, and a spectacle it is. Nope earns its R-Rating for a disturbing set of visuals, but this horror comedy has its roots in sweeping westerns and awe-inspiring science fiction.

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RIP Instagram As We Know It

Your Ex Will No Longer See Your Thirst Traps

Instagram is making the switch to video-based content against the wishes of users

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Instagram hears you. They heard that you’re annoyed by your entire feed being clogged with TikToks and Reels of TikToks. But – sadly for you – they don’t care.

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