Film Reviews

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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Film News

Everybody’s Worrying, Darling - All the ‘Don’t Worry Darling’ Cast Drama, Explained

Everything I've learned about this movie I've learned by force. A complete breakdown of the drama (including all the best memes)

The movie behind the madness

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The upcoming film Don’t Worry Darling premiered at Venice Film Festival yesterday on Monday, September 5th. The film was bound to get people buzzing: Harry Styles’ debut in the starring role, an Olivia Wilde directorial feature, and Florence Pugh as the leading lady. It sounded so good at first. My dream cast, with stars like Gemma Chan, a sexy psychological drama described as an “erotic thriller.” And what should have been a Zendaya and Timothee-esque press tour. But alas, we got the opposite. Drama upon drama. It’s a tale of betrayal, lies, and good old Hollywood egos. And we worrying, darling.

Here’s everything we know:

  • Oliva Wilde and Florence Pugh are … not close
  • Shia LaBeouf says he quit Don’t Worry Darling. Olivia Wilde says she fired him. What’s the truth?
  • Harry seems very nervous … and not just for his debut in a leading role
  • Chris Pine is stuck in the middle of it all — and was spit on? Maybe?
  • Harry Styles kissed Nick Kroll. And we are jealous. But also still worrying, darling
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CULTURE

What is So Sexy About A Man Who is Just So Sad?

Emo Boys Up: Pete Davidson, Batman, the Sandman, and the Rise of Sad Boy Culture

The Sandman

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It’s Sad Boy season. From the latest Batman to the new Netflix series, The Sandman, there’s a lugubrious trend emerging amongst leading men: they’re all so sad.

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In 2022’s Scream — the fifth installment of the meta slasher franchise — the new killer, like all the predecessors, likes to play with his food before eating it. As a throwback to 1996's Scream, he primes his target victim by asking her about her favorite horror movies.

For any horror fan, it’s a bit of a dream. Sure, I’ll talk to anyone who will listen about Halloween or Friday the 13th for hours, but the lead actress isn’t the biggest fan of the horror classics that dominated the conversations in earlier films.

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FILM & TV

Are Reboots Always Doomed?

Robert Pattinson’s The Batman is the latest in a line of controversial, yet inevitably successful, reboots

When the Sex & the City reboot was announced, fans clamored at the chance to see their favorite gal pals back at it again in the big city. But not all of them. The long-promised reunion series, And Just Like That, lacked all the original series’ core cast members.

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