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E. Oliver Whitney is a senior editor at ScreenCrush. When not talking Game of Thrones theories or waiting for the next Terrence Malick film, they* are probably having an SVU marathon. They were formerly an entertainment editor at The Huffington Post and have written for Variety, New York magazine, Indiewire, Moviefone, and Backstage. *E. Oliver Whitney uses gender-neutral pronouns they, them, theirs.
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Willem Dafoe Reveals ‘Aquaman’ Character Details, Talks Shooting Underwater

Former Green Goblin Willem Dafoe will join the DCEU this fall when Justice League hits theaters. His Aquaman character will debut in the DC superhero team-up before filling a much larger role in James Wan’s Aquaman. And while things have been relatively quiet around Dafoe’s Nuidis Vulko and the role he’ll play in the films, the actor has confirmed that he won’t look or be exactly like his comic book counterpart.

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Elizabeth Olsen on ‘Wind River’ and the Marvel Storyline She Wants To See

In Wind River, a Native American woman’s dead body is found frozen in the snow. The latest crime drama from Sicario and Hell or High Water screenwriter Taylor Sheridan, also working behind the camera this time around, follows Elizabeth Olsen’s FBI agent attempting to solve a wintry murder with the help of Jeremy Renner’s Cory Lambert, a local animal tracker.

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HBO

Jon and Daenerys Hang at the Beach in 10 New ‘Game of Thrones’ ‘The Spoils of War’ Photos

Last week’s Game of Thrones brought us one of the most anticipated meetings in the Seven Kingdoms, and things are only going to get bigger and better from there. The teaser for the upcoming fourth episode “The Spoils of War” gave us a look at more dragon action, Jon and Dany hanging at the beach, the return of the catspaw assassin’s dagger, and Arya looking mighty close to Winterfell. Now we have a better look at what’s to come.

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Amazon Studios

The Pfeffermans Head to Israel in New ‘Transparent’ Season 4 Trailer

The third season of Amazon’s Transparent heavily dipped its feet into spiritual waters, questioning the systems of belief that have long guided its characters. Kathryn Hahn’s Rabbi Raquel opened the season with a monologue about a crisis of faith that set the tone for the season, which ended with a fraught family vacation that found the Pfeffermans just starting to break from their cocoons. It makes all the more sense that the series fourth season will find the family exploring their Jewish heritage on the other side of t

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Lucasfilm

Ron Howard Shares the First Photo of Chewbacca on ‘Han Solo’ Set

Ron Howard finally learned how to use his phone camera! The director has been sharing a bunch of obscure (and relatively boring) photos from the set of the Han Solo movie since taking over as director. He took a photo of a case of water bottles (thrilling!), a street sign outside Pinewood Studios, and a coffee mug, convincing me that they all must have been accidents. He was clearly trying to take a selfie with Alden Ehrenreich’s titular smuggler but couldn’t figure out how to reverse the camera. Finally, today, we got a revealing photo.

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STX Entertainment

‘Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets’ Review: Luc Besson at His Most Imaginative

No movie this summer will leave your jaw on the floor and your eyeballs as wide as saucers like Luc Besson’s latest will. Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets, the latest from the French filmmaker, is a dazzling feast of spectacular visuals and exhilarating set pieces. It’s the most original big-budget adventure you’ll see on screen this season and Besson at his most ambitious. But such ambition doesn’t always come without its flaws.

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Mariah Carey’s ‘The House’ Costar Says She Was Super Difficult To Work With

Celebrities, they can be picky. Maybe their contract requires all the yellow Skittles to be picked out of the candy dish, or that their dressing room has one specific brand of sparkling water at all times. I’ll never forget the story my mom would always recount about the time she worked with Barbra Streisand where the musician forbade the crew from making eye contact with her, including the cameraperson. (Dear Miss Streisand, please don’t sue my mom and I.) But the latest rumors surrounding a well known celeb and their on-set behavior point to Mariah Carey. According to an actor from the upcoming comedy The House, Carey wasn’t the easiest person to work with.

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FilmRise

Cate Blanchett Borrowed a Technique From Terrence Malick To Make ‘Manifesto’

Cate Blanchett is the type of actress that continues to mesmerize and surprise us. She can give dramatic performances as riveting as ones in Blue Jasmine and Carol, transform into a decadent menace as Cinderella’s evil stepmother, then play a Marvel villain in Thor: Ragnarok. But in case you’re not totally sold on Blanchett’s otherworldly versatility, her latest film will seal the deal.

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