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Is Sebastian Stan Leaving the MCU to Become Luke Skywalker?​

Fans have long hoped to see the Avenger actor play a young Luke Skywalker, but will they have to lose Bucky in order to see their wishes come true?

Sebastian Stan is the fan favorite to take up the role as Luke Skywalker in an upcoming Skywalker series.

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Late last year, Fandomwire released an exclusive report revealing that Disney+ was in the early developmental stages of a Luke Skywalker series, confirming many rumors circulating the internet that another young Luke story would be coming out.

Almost nothing is known about the project, but one thing is for sure: Fans are demanding that Sebastian Stan from Falcon and the Winter Soldier play Luke Skywalker.

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9 Best Nostalgic Deep Cuts to Watch On Disney+

What to Watch When You're Not Waiting for the Next Episode of "The Falcon and the Winter Soldier"

So you finally caved and got a Disney+ account. Or maybe you finally convinced your roommate/friend/parent to give you their password.

Whether you needed access to the exclusive content to watch Beyonce's Black Is King, Taylor Swift's Long Pond Sessions, Marvel's WandaVision (no, there will not be a Season Two unfortunately), or even High School Musical: The Musical: The Series because you're regrettably into that "drivers license" song (this is a safe space, you can admit it), you have it now, and it can be overwhelming to figure out what to watch when your series binge is over.

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With traditional in-person concerts on pause until further notice, music fans are scrambling to get their dose of live music.

Thankfully, Netflix boasts an impressive roster of not only musicals, but music documentaries that are just as educational as they are enthralling. Whether your tastes veer towards classic rock legends or modern-day hip-hop ringleaders, there's a documentary for you hidden in the depths of Netflix's catalog.

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Film Features

7 of Jackie Chan's Greatest Fight Scenes

Happy 67th birthday to the master of comedic action.

Jackie Chan is an amazing performer.

He's not only a talented actor, director, singer, and martial artist, he also holds two Guinness World Records — for most credits in a single movie, and for most stunts performed by a living actor.

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Most Insane Revelations from the WeWork Documentary

Turns out WeWork and its CEO, Adam Neumann, were a mess long before their public implosion

With images like this ... what did we expect?

Hulu's new documentary on the rise and fall of WeWork focuses on its charismatic, egotistical founder and CEO Adam Neumann, who was ultimately the company's downfall.

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Before Its Time: "Josie and the Pussycats" Was Anticapitalist Before It Was Cool

20 years later, the cult teen comedy still holds up surprisingly well.

It seems like every major issue plaguing our country in 2021 can all be traced back to one nefarious source: capitalism.

But back in 2001 — when things were still "just kind of bad" instead of "really bad" — one particular teen musical-comedy tried to warn us of the impending evil to come. That movie was Josie and the Pussycats, a story of a young girl band who get a first-hand look at the dark side of the music industry. Two decades later, its messages are harrowingly timely.

Josie and the Pussycats was loosely based on the Archie Comics series and the 1970s cartoon of the same name, following a wide-eyed pop-punk trio of best friends — Josie, Valerie, and Melody — as they navigate suddenly being offered a major label record deal. On the surface, the film appears as another lighthearted "be careful what you wish for" tale, but it carries a much darker deeper meaning upon closer examination.

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