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Girl, I Get It: ‘The Idea of You’ Review

If Sabrina Carpenter’s “Espresso” is the song of the summer, “The Idea of You” is the movie of the summer

It’s been a fun and flirty few weeks for film releases. Last year’s surprise summer romance Anything But You finally came to streaming and is sitting pretty on Netflix’s Top 10. Zendaya and Luca Guadagnino’s Challengers is all sweat, sex, scorn, and some truly fine tennis — no wonder it’s the number-one movie at the box office.

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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

Courtesy of Prime Video

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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“Sitting in Bars With Cake”: A Portrait of Platonic Love for the Loneliness Epidemic

Everyone is talking about what it means to be a friend in this era. Sitting in Bars With Cake shows us how

Sitting in Bars with Cake

via Amazon Prime

If you were in a bar on a night out, and two girls offered you a slice of cake, would you eat it?

While this could be the premise of a Chuck Palahniuk novel (Cake, a sequel to Choke, perhaps?) or an A24 psychological thriller about eating and intimacy or something equally uncanny, the reality is in fact … based on reality.

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I’m at that point in life where I’m re-watching my favorite comfort shows for the zillionth time because nothing else is on. Most of the shows I'm obsessed with aren’t currently airing. And quite frankly, I’m bored. I can essentially quote New Girl word-for-word now due to this agonizing lull.

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