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This article contains spoilers for Marvel’s Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings. Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings has been a box office hit for Marvel, earning many millions beyond its predicted haul when it was officially released last week. Disney had previously drawn fire – and a very public lawsuit
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This Vigil review contains spoilers. Well, that got complicated fast. After two action-heavy instalments bracketed by exhilarating ‘Brace! Brace! Brace!’ emergencies, episode three switched gears for some old-fashioned gumshoeing that left us with a truckload of information and new characters. If anyone felt like requesting a paracetamol from the medical officer after that one, you’re
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Today’s young adult books bring romance, adventure and social commentary. Take a look at our best bets for what to read this September. Dark and Shallow Lies by Ginny Myers Sain Type: NovelPublisher: Razorbill Release date: Sept. 7 Den of Geek says: A distinct setting and a place on the line between thriller and fantasy
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This article contains spoilers for Brooklyn Nine-Nine season 8 episodes 7 and 8. The uneven final season of Brooklyn Nine-Nine continues this week with two episodes that feel like by-the-numbers installments that do little to dramatically improve the feeling that Season 8 has been a disappointment. By trying to serve two masters — responsibly telling
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Go beyond the blockbusters to today’s smartest, most exciting science fiction novels and novellas. Here are our top picks for September 2021: The Year’s Best Science Fiction: Vol 2, edited by Jonathan Strahan Type: AnthologyPublisher: Gallery/Saga PressRelease date: Sept. 28 Den of Geek says: It’s exactly what it says on the tin. Today’s top authors