Climate experts call for ‘dangerous’ Michael Moore film to be taken down

Planet of the Humans, which takes aim at the light-green motion, is full of misinformation, says one online library A brand-new Michael Moore-produced documentary that takes aim at the presumed hypocrisy of the lettuce advance is” dangerous, misinforming and damaging”…

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Taylor Swift disowns new live album, calling it ‘shameless greed’

Singer complains of tasteless release amid coronavirus crisis by onetime description Big Machine, owned by frequent adversary Scooter Braun Taylor Swift has disowned a brand-new live album released under her name, announcing it tasteless and” shameless desire” amid the coronavirus…

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The Rolling Stones release Living In a Ghost Town, first original music since 2012

Mick Jagger says brand-new single will reverberate through the times were living in and citations coronavirus crisis with the lyric: Life was so beautiful, then we all came locked down The Rolling Stones have exhausted their first original music since…

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Plz Donate in Exchange for Celebrity Nudes

We’ve reached Peak Horny. Locked inside with nothing to do but give our spirits wander, once suffered with making bread and bingeing smutty quantities of Netflix, our thumbs gaily move through Instagram. And that’s when you catch sight of him,…

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This 30-Year-Old Sci-Fi Epic Is a Saga for Our Times

In 1992, German filmmaker Wim Wenders exhausted an epic, globetrotting cinematic adventure announced Until the End of the World. Set in the “near future” of 1999, the film follows the road of a strange traveler appointed Sam Farber( William Hurt)…

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Lady Gagas Together at Home Raised $128 Million for Covid-19 Relief

Hello, and welcome to a brand-new publication of The Monitor, WIRED’s entertainment news roundup. This time around we have a few more updated information on how the coronavirus is impacting the culture terrain, from Netflix to Comic-Con International. Let &#…

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The Pandemic Can Taint the Memory of Things We Love

Ever hear an old-fashioned song or catch a whiff of a specific aroma and get lost in a remembrance? For Tony Cunningham, the smells of fresh-cut grass and puppy food conjure “a vivid, visceral reaction of get you back at…

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Facebook Gaming Is Herebut Who Is It For?

For times, the terms “ Facebook” and “gaming” were more likely to evoke recollections of an aunt’s dusty Words With Friends invitation than anything else. And for years, Facebook has been participating in a jaunt to change, or at least…

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Coronavirus News Fatigue Is Officially Setting In

When confronted with a tragedy that challenges we stay home the majority of the time, it’s only natural that many of us have resorted to reading the report. WIRED UK. Throughout March, we watched and channel-surf endlessly. The Guardian received…

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Michael Jordan’s furious desire to conquer all still burns decades later

A superb brand-new ESPN documentary streak reminds us that everything in the NBA legends playing vocation was bent towards a single point: winning Have we never seen Michael Jordan like this before, or is it simply that we forgot? Anyone…

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