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Movies

Is Disney’s Strategy for Star Wars and Marvel Working?

Disney owns two of the biggest movie brands ever in Star Wars and Marvel but the main storylines to those brands have been ended for now. The strategy Disney, the owner of these franchises, has been using to create more content for these brands is spin-offs, whether it is a show or movie. Most recently, Disney released a TV show called Loki based on Thor’s brother, and God of Mischief, Loki.

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TV

The Bold Type Returns for Fifth and Final Season on Freeform

The Bold Type won my heart when it premiered in 2017. Set in New York City, the show follows three best friends, Kat, Jane, and Sutton, who work at Scarlet, a women’s magazine. I love this show because while — in typical Freeform fashion — it is about drama and romance; it is also centered around female friendships and real-world issues. Viewers have watched as Kat explores her sexual identity, Jane struggle with breast cancer, and Sutton and her husband go through a divorce. The women of The Bold Type are simultaneously glamorous and vulnerable — as many real women are.

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Beauty

Glossier’s New Ultralip is Three Lip Products in One

Glossier has launched an all-new lip product, Ultralip, which aims to combine the “moisture of a balm, sheen of a gloss, and color of a lip tint” in one tube, according to their website. After ‘good 4 u’ singer Olivia Rodrigo debuted the shade “Ember” in her Vogue Beauty Secrets video, I decided I should try this product.

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Music

Drake Claims Next Album ‘Certified Lover Boy’ Will be Out by the End of Summer

The highly anticipated album by Drake Certified Lover Boy has been in development for much longer than expected. But in an interview on Caffeine, Drake claims that the album will be out by the end of the summer. He was asked about a rap battle between Reed Dollaz and Murda Mook, which is at the end of summer and responded with “I’ll be there. My album will be out by then.” It is not a guarantee, but it is positive news that the album will be out soon.

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Books

U.K. Bookseller publishes books for dyslexic readers

Alistair Sims, owner of a Clevedon bookshop, aims to publish books that are more accessible to readers with dyslexia. He uses a darker, cream colored paper and Verdana font when he prints his new series and preserves the content of the book, altering the format – spacing words and letters differently so that they are easier to read for those with dyslexia.

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Sports

Nets Drop Game 4 and Bucks Even Series

After what many – including myself – thought was a fluke win by the Milwaukee Bucks in game three, the team stormed back again at home in game four to pull through in a surprising 107-96 win and tied this second-round playoff series with the Brooklyn Nets at 2-2.

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