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How Jordan Peele’s Us centres black women in horror

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    Lily James and Ed Sheeran star in new rom-com from Love Actually's Richard Curtis

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    Everything you need to know about tonight’s Four Weddings revival

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    5 women share their views on Michael Jackson ahead of “devastating” documentary

    “I don’t want to listen to his music anymore. I just can’t support it.”

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    Comedian Simon Amstell on the book that changed everything

    It's a classic for creativity

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    Keira Knightley on speaking your mind and the importance of self-preservation

    “It takes a long time to be able to say, ‘Can I stop worrying about whether people like me or not?’”

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    4 reasons why Anne Hathaway’s new movie will replace your 'Black Mirror' obsession

    'Serenity' is going to mess with your mind

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    The Four Weddings and a Funeral cast is back, and we’re invited to their next gathering

    A sequel to the classic rom com has been made for Comic Relief

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  • LONDON, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 27: Brie Larson attends the UK Gala Screening of Marvel Studios' 'Captain Marvel' at The Curzon Mayfair on February 27, 2019 in London, England. (Photo by Gareth Cattermole/Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images for Disney)
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    Brie Larson meeting a mini Captain Marvel shows the power of female representation

    This is why Captain Marvel is important

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    Netflix is showing an alternative ending for The Notebook, and fans aren’t happy

    What happens to Noah and Allie?

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    The best feminist film podcasts you need to listen to right now

    Our top 10 favourites

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    Why Armie Hammer wants people to refer to him as Elizabeth Chambers’ husband

    The On the Basis of Sex actor says he is "lucky" to be married to Chambers

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    Mary J Blige reveals all about playing TV’s newest antihero

    We talk to Mary J Blige as she brings the darkness to Netflix’s subversive new superhero series.

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    Nicole Kidman joins forces with Amazon Studios for “sexy date night” project

    The Big Little Lies' actress wants more films like Cruel Intentions

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    See 'The Kindergarten Teacher' with Stylist Film Club for free

    Maggie Gyllenhaal is mesmerising in The Kindergarten Teacher

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    A Private War will leave you wanting to know more about its real-life war reporter

    Rosamund Pike plays Marie Colvin, in this biopic of the late, great foreign correspondent

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    Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson are here to con rich men in The Hustle trailer

    Two glamourous, clever women scamming rich men? Yes please!

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    The Ruth Bader Ginsburg guide to fighting sexism

    What would RBG do?

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    Everything you need to know about the musical that's making history

    Look beyond the pies

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    10 things you need to watch on Netflix this month

    It's cold outside: the perfect excuse to stay indoors and watch all of these

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    5 reasons why Ruth Bader Ginsburg should definitely be on your radar

    Everything you need know about the Supreme Court Justice trailblazer

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  • Dick Van Dyke as Bert, Julie Andrews as Mary Poppins, Karen Dotrice as Jane Banks and Matthew Garber (1956 - 1977) as Michael Banks in the Disney musical 'Mary Poppins', directed by Robert Stevenson, 1964. (Photo by Silver Screen Collection/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
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    Does Disney’s Mary Poppins promote racism and white supremacism?

    The film stands accused of “flirting with blackface”.

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    Why war correspondent Marie Colvin is Rosamund Pike’s biggest inspiration

    “Marie got me in touch with my own fear and my own courage.”

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