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Everyone You Love Is in Adam McKay's "Don't Look Up"

A film about the end of the world? It's hitting a little too close to home right now

Literally everyone

If Jennifer Lawrence and Leonardo DiCaprio warned you the world was ending, would you listen?

Considering the fact that Leo has been crusading about the environment for years — okay, Climate Crisis King — between switching out his various 20-year old girlfriends and not much has changed, the answer is probably no.

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The First "Gossip Girl" Reboot Trailer Is Here

Grab your popcorn, Upper East Siders.

Spotted: The new trailer for HBO's upcoming Gossip Girl reboot.

Almost a decade after the original Gossip Girl series left the air (and an undeniable legacy in teen drama), we're officially back on the Upper East Side. The trailer, which boasts a perfect utilization of Frank Ocean's "Super Rich Kids," already has the Internet in a frenzy. Watch it below.

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7 New Queer Titles to Stream on HBO for Pride Month 2021

Welcome to June 2021, where we're still in the worst timeline, but with this month with a rainbow logo

from "Veneno"

Happy Pride to everyone who is still going to sit inside and rot while watching TV all month (read: us)!

But what to watch?

HBO has established themselves as always on the cutting edge of television, always pushing the boundaries of representation and chronicling the lives of underrepresented groups — not always, however, but where else would we get our fix of terrible rich white people if not for Succession?

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See the First Trailer for Steven Spielberg's "West Side Story" Remake

After a year-long delay, the film is set to premiere this December, coinciding with the original's 60th anniversary.

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After being delayed an entire year from its original release date, Steven Spielberg's upcoming West Side Story adaptation finally has a trailer.

The minute-and-a-half clip, which premiered during the Oscars last night, offers no dialogue. But there's plenty of dancing, some vague fight shots, and a snippet of "Somewhere," a song from the original Broadway musical as well as the 1961 film. Watch the trailer below:

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Watch the New Trailer for "The Suicide Squad," a Movie That Exists For Some Reason

Not to be confused with the 2016 movie, "Suicide Squad."

The Suicide Squad

The official trailer for The Suicide Squad, the upcoming DC Comics film, was released today.

The Suicide Squad — not to be confused with the 2016 film, Suicide Squad — yet again centers around Harley Quinn, this time joined by Bloodsport, Peacemaker, Blackguard, and an array of convicts at Belle Reve penitentiary who, naturally, are all hired to destroy a different prison. Except this time, there's a Nazi subplot for some reason. The film is currently slated for release on August 6, 2021, in theaters and on HBO Max.

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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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