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Let’s Talk About the Mid-Century Interior Design in ‘Don’t Worry Darling’

No need to worry. You can get affordable, Mid-Century inspired decor from Urban Outfitters Home

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Everyone has their thoughts on Don’t Worry Darling. Everyone has their opinions, their takes, their verdicts on Harry Styles’s acting. And everybody’s worrying. Except, of course, the producers of the film. Yep, the messy, messy DWD debuted at #1 in the Box Office. And not because it’s “a movie,” as Harry Styles so eloquently put it. The drama probably had something to do with it.

But here’s what nobody’s talking about enough: the interior design.

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If there’s one thing the Venice Film Festival proved, it’s that Hollywood is back. That’s right — stars are openly feuding, Tom Cruise is back to doing his own stunts, and red carpet style was finally up to par again.

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“I just popped over to Venice to spit on Chris Pine…”

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End Times Update 5/22: John Mulaney, Billy Porter, and UFOs

One clone's perspective on pop culture.

Each week one of Popdust's disposable clones — grown in a vault deep beneath the Mojave desert — is exposed to the outside world through a relentless feed of news, pop culture, and social media.

The arduous process accelerates their dissolution back into an amorphous clone slurry. But before they go, they leave behind a document of what they've absorbed and what they've learned — a time capsule preserving a single moment in the slow-motion collapse of civilization. We call these, End Times Updates...

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How Chris Pratt's Politics Affect Your Life

Whether liberal or conservative, Chris Pratt's politics are apparently the most important thing in the world...

Update 2/4/2021: This week Twitter got after Chris Pratt again, unearthing some lame but fairly innocuous "jokes" Pratt tweeted in 2012, and combining them with some fake screenshots of tweets in which he appears to defend the use of a racial slur and says "muslims scare me so much."

Among the evidence that the offensive tweets were less than legitimate is the fact that one of them shared the exact time, date, like and retweet count as one of the bad jokes it was shared alongside of. The fake tweets were reportedly spread by a member of a Marvel fan community, and were perhaps not intended to be taken seriously. Nonetheless, Twitter's rabid desire to cancel Chris Pratt kicked in, and soon #ripchrispratt was trending.

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Wonder Woman 1984 is the long-awaited sequel of 2017's Wonder Woman, with Gal Gadot portraying the titular superhero for the fourth time in a feature film.

Originally slated for release more than a year ago, on Dec. 13, 2019, the film's debut in the United States was pushed a surprising number of times before finally seeing the light of day on Dec. 25, 2020, via HBO Max. The film was first delayed until June, 2020, due to "rushed pre and post-production," but then received an additional extra seven months for the post-production team to perfect the film due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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