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  • Leading up to one of the entertainment industry's most glamorous events, artists are taking on the open secrets of sexual assault and exploitation....
    Earlier this week, we teased the return of a favorite childhood heroine in comics. Now, as part of their Emerald City Comic-Con announcements, Dynamite Entertainment has announced that the heroine is none other than our favorite teen sleuth, Nancy Drew! They've provided TMS with an exclusive first look at their variant covers, as well as interior art, and character sketches. Check them out after the jump!...
    Screenwriter Geneva Robertson-Dworet spoke to Entertainment Weekly about the film, and how it's more of an "action-comedy."...
    Detroit Pistons mascot Hooper and the Detroit Pistons Entertainment Teams will randomly select five of the most spirited fans in attendance to become finalists throughout the first half of the game....
    DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — A developer is buying a former Des Moines junior high school with plans to transform it into a mixed-use entertainment venue with hotel rooms, office space, a restaurant and boutique bars. We Can Build It owner Jeff Young tells the Des Moines Register that he plans to finalize the $2 […]...
    A meeting between President Donald Trump and games industry executives may not be happening after all, according to a statement by the Entertainment Software Association....
    Westworld returns to HBO for its second season in April, and after that awesome Super Bowl ad, we're now starting to get all sorts of new images to salivate and speculate over thanks to Entertainment Weekly....
    A staggering £7.2 billion was spent on music, video, computer games, CDs, and other gadgets in total last year in Britain, edging the £7.1 billion spent on 'printed word' items....
    Fans of Hamilton need to hit play on "Weird Al" Yankovic's bonkers new medley.Dubbed "The Hamilton Polka," Yankovic's new release is a mashup of hits from the Broadway musical, with takes on "My Shot," "Wait For It," "The Schuyler Sisters," and more.It's the next chapter in Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda's year-long #Hamildrops project, which sees new Hamilton content dropping every month.The first taste came in December, with a recording of "Ben Franklin's Song," by The Decemberists, and was followed by Nas' "Wrote My Way Out" featuring Aloe Blacc, Dave East...

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