The alethiometer spins once more – although perhaps it wavers upon true north.
The second season of HBO’s “His Dark Materials” premieres Monday, welcoming audiences back to a world of worlds.
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Despite film delays left and right, studios are pushing through the fall season with surprising finesse.
Many big blockbuster films like “Dune” and “Black Widow” have been delayed to next year or even later in hopes of a better box office turn out, but that’s not stopping the award season buzz for the remaining contenders.
The coronavirus pandemic has drastically upended life in the most unforeseeable of ways. At UCLA, our community is remarkably united by similar feelings of loss, confusion and concern, but also by light, hope and perspective that the pandemic has brought to the forefront.
The world might be bleak, but All Time Low is shining the light at the end of the tunnel.
The well-seasoned American rock band returned from its three-year hiatus Friday with “Wake Up, Sunshine,” its newest album, which offers a welcome sense of nostalgia alongside a new narrative.
Niall Horan has traded in his acoustic tones for the electric atmosphere of “Heartbreak Weather.”
The Irish musician released his sophomore album Friday, and throughout the 14 tracks, Horan demonstrates a level of depth and artistic growth even as he operates within the usual tropes of love and loss.
Utilitarian screenwriting lends to tight action sequences in Valerie Brandy’s debut novel, “Animals We Are.”
Set in the wilderness of Yosemite, California, the alumna’s debut novel published Dec.
Warning: spoilers ahead
James McAvoy’s riveting performance as a man lusting for knowledge bookends the first season of HBO’s “His Dark Materials.”
While the show’s initial episodes provided a concrete villain in the form of Mrs.
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