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Taylor Swift Praises Bon Iver, Anaïs Mitchell, and Aaron Dessner's "The Latter Days"

Taylor Swift just announced support for a new song by two of her folklore collaborators: The National's Aaron Dessner and Bon Iver's Justin Vernon. The song, called "The Latter Days" is, first and foremost, a call to action. Written from the perspective of someone in the future, it asks the question: Have I done enough? Its... go to Article >

Rosario Dawson Shines as Ahsoka | "The Mandalorian" Season 2, Episode 5​ Recap

2 Days ago Entertainment Source: Popdust.com

The Mandalorian, Season 2 Episode 5 premiered Friday, November 27 on Disney+. "Chapter 13: The Jedi," written and directed by Dave Filoni is quite possibly the show's strongest entry to date. We learn the true origins and name of Baby Yoda and... read more

Could the "Hillbilly Elegy" Movie Have Been Saved?

5 Days ago Entertainment Source: Popdust.com

The film Hillbilly Elegy has been almost universally panned by critics, torn to shreds in a way possibly not seen since Cats. Problems abound. First off, the movie is, somehow, fairly boring. It's almost entirely lacking in aesthetic style, and... read more

6 Most Awkward Thanksgiving TV Specials

5 Days ago Entertainment Source: Popdust.com

Thanksgiving is destined to be uncomfortable this year. If you are able to safely gather with loved ones, bitter conservative relatives are almost guaranteed to dampen the mood. Meanwhile, for those of us spending Turkey Day alone this year, it... read more

Distantly Thankful: Popdust's Thanksgiving Playlist for 2020

5 Days ago Entertainment Source: Popdust.com

Thanksgiving is right around the corner, although this year's holiday festivities are looking pretty bleak. Even with recent vaccine updates providing a little light at the end of the tunnel, we still have a long way to go before large group... read more

This Haunts Me: Did Scientists at CERN End the World in 2012?

5 Days ago Entertainment Source: Popdust.com

Do you remember 2012? People were convinced that the world was going to end — that the Maya calendar had predicted it more than 2000 years earlier. And protesters and time travellers continued to decry the cataclysmic dangers of CERN's Large... read more

Beyonce, Bridgers, Black Pumas: Our Take on the 2020 Grammy Nominations

5 Days ago Entertainment Source: Popdust.com

2020 was a tumultuous year, and the music industry felt it. From tour cancellations, Zoom press junkets, and #BlackoutTuesday originating from two Black women in the music industry, there was no aspect of the 2020 hellscape that didn't touch the... read more

Beyhive Slams J-Lo for her 2020 AMAs Performance

6 Days ago Entertainment Source: Popdust.com

The 2020 American Music Awards were certainly different this year, but that didn't stop the spectacle or the drama. Hosted by Taraji P Henson, the AMAs delivered an impressive lineup of socially distanced performers and hosts, including Billie... read more

How "The Crown" and "Diana: In Her Own Words" Exploit Princess Diana's Troubles

6 Days ago Entertainment Source: Popdust.com

In his controversial eulogy for his sister Diana, Earl Spencer blamed the princess's death on the paparazzi. "It is a point to remember that of all the ironies about Diana, perhaps the greatest was this—a girl given the name of the ancient... read more

How to Watch Taylor Swift's "folklore" Concert Film

6 Days ago Entertainment Source: Popdust.com

Back in July, Taylor Swift shook the music world by surprise-dropping her eighth album, folklore. Released less than a year after its predecessor, the pop sugar rush Lover, folklore marked a stark shift for Swift by implementing a quieter,... read more

7 Documentaries to Watch for National Adoption Month

6 Days ago Entertainment Source: Popdust.com

Between a global health crisis and worsening ravages of climate change, 2020 has made history in plenty of devastating ways. But 2020 also marks a historic period for social justice in the U.S., with the largest civil rights movement to date... read more

7 Documentaries to Watch for National Adoption Month

6 Days ago Entertainment Source: Popdust.com

Between a global health crisis and worsening ravages of climate change, 2020 has made history in plenty of devastating ways. But 2020 also marks a historic period for social justice in the U.S., with the largest civil rights movement to date... read more