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“Valerian”: Spaceships, Ex-Victoria’s Secret angels, the man behind “Taken” and “Lucy,” and Rihanna

It would be pretty rare to find a movie that includes all of these elements other than visionary Luc Besson’s newest sci-fi epic, “Valerian and The City of a Thousand Planets,” a French graphic novel series-turned movie. “Valerian” is rare: it’s a blend of adventure, thriller, comedy, and romance, and while these elements click together well, it is still flawed.    

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JK Rowling has more in store for the Potterverse

J.K. Rowling, author of the wildly popular Harry Potter series, has announced that two new books would be added to the series. The announcement came on her website, Pottermore, where fans of Potter can explore the books, movies, and Hogwarts, as well as get exclusive content pertaining to

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You can stop “Praying,” Kesha is back

After the last six years of fighting a law suit involving sexual assault allegations from producer Dr. Luke, Kesha is finally free.   On the morning of July 6, Kesha released her first single, “Praying,” in nearly five years. The song was co-written with Ben Abraham, Andrew Joslyn, and Ryan Lewis.

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“Hawaii Five-0” loses two Asian stars

Two stars of the hit CBS crime show “Hawaii Five-0” will not return to the small screen for future seasons. Grace Park and Daniel Dae Kim, two Korean actors who play members of the Hawaii police force on the show, reportedly failed to reach a