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Actor Dean Redman Talks ‘War for the Planet of the Apes’

War for the Planet of the Apes was released last Friday and already the third film in the rebooted Apes franchise has displaced Marvel Studios’ Spider-Man: Homecoming as top of the box office. War for the Planet of the Apes brought in an estimate $56.5 million domestic this past weekend. The film tells the Planet […]

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Movie Review: There’s a Lot To ‘Larb’ About ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’

Warning: this review contains spoilers. While Spider-Man and Marvel Cinematic Universe fans were eagerly anticipating the release of Spider-Man: Homecoming, many casual moviegoers viewed it with skepticism. The abundance of superhero movies that come out every year have lead to some inevitable fatigue in regards to the genre, and the third incarnation of Spider-Man in […]

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Comedian Michael Kosta Takes Center Court as New Correspondent for ‘The Daily Show’

With Jordan Klepper gearing up for his own late night show this fall, The Daily Show has found its newest correspondent in stand-up comedian and former professional tennis player, Michael Kosta. Previously starring in his own Comedy Central stand-up special in 2011 and most recently hosting the Comedy Central Snapchat series, Worst Birthday, based on […]

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Entertainment Roundup: What Happened In June

This month, the world of entertainment saw a mix of highs and lows. With new babies on the way (and arriving), an end to one of music’s biggest feuds, and Cosby’s day in court, we’ve covered the month’s top entertainment news stories for you! Let’s take a look at what made the most noise in […]

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Monthly ‘Idol’ Roundup: June 2017

As usual, the summer months are our busy time for the alumni of our favorite singing show as the show itself looks to make a comeback in the spring of next year. With new music, tours on the horizon, and personal news the American Idol alum are keeping busy. Let’s see what they’ve been up to.

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‘Baby Driver’ Actor R. Marcos Taylor Talks Summer’s New Hit Film

Summer is back, and so are hot blockbuster movies. One film you’re sure to hear about this season is Edgar Wright’s newest flick, Baby Driver. The film, which boasts heavy hitters like Kevin Spacey and Jamie Foxx, focuses on a young driver blackmailed into helping mastermind criminals pull off an impossible heist. We got the opportunity […]

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Meet Sarah Davenport: Freeform’s Favorite New Actress

Season three of Freeform’s hit show, Stitchers, returned to the small screen this month, and we caught up with one of its newest stars. Actress Sarah Davenport opened up to The Hudsucker about her character, Ivy Brown, the “badass” set, and where fans can see her next.

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Top 5 for 5: Jessica Lists Her Favorite Entertainers

Ever since Senior Contributor Jessica Fritz joined The Hudsucker two years ago, her love of popular culture has been apparent in her monthly entertainment roundups. For her Top 5 for 5, she shares who her favorite entertainers are and why.  One of my favorite things in life is entertainment. Whether it be albums, movies, television, what-have-you. […]

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Top 5 for 5: Nicole Ranks Her Favorite Episodes of ‘The Flash’

Senior Writer Nicole Drum has been with The Hudsucker almost since the very beginning and has been writing weekly recaps of The Flash for the site since it premiered in 2014. It makes perfect sense that for her Top 5 for 5 she reveals her favorite episodes of the show.  It’s no secret that I love […]

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Top 5 for 5: Andrew Ranks the Best ‘American Idol’ Seasons

Social Media and Content Editor Andrew Rogers’ love of American Idol has been evident throughout his writing during his 5 years with The Hudsucker. So for his Top 5 for 5, it makes perfect sense that he would write about his favorite groups of Idol finalists. With American Idol set to be revived on ABC with a […]

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Top 5 for 5: Katherine Ranks Her Favorite Superhero Movies

Senior Managing Editor, Katherine Hernandez, has been part of The Hudsucker since the very beginning, and her love of superhero movies has been apparent since day one. It’s only natural that for her Top 5 for 5 she’d choose to rank her all-time favorite movies in the genre. I wasn’t raised on comic books, but […]

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Caileigh Scott and Jacklyn Collier of ‘Girlcrush’ Are the Comedy Duo We Need

Girlcrush’s creators, Caileigh Scott and Jacklyn Collier talk about their empowering and funny sketch series, writing relationship, and why feminism truly benefits everyone.

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6 of the Best TV Shows You Need to Binge-Watch Before Their Fall TV Premieres

Summer is officially here and while the great, sunny outdoors might be on the top of your list this season, now is also the perfect time to catch up on some of the best television series you might have failed to discover early on. Let’s be honest, between juggling work and our social lives, TV […]

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Entertainment Roundup: What Happened in May

It’s almost halfway through the year, and we find ourselves at this month’s Entertainment Roundup. This month, unfortunately, brought more tears than smiles for fans and stars alike. We’re covering the month’s biggest stories, including a Hollywood split, and the aftermath of that tragic bombing in Manchester.

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Monthly ‘Idol’ Roundup: May 2017

It’s been a wild month for our favorite reality show. Last month, rumors had begun swirling about an American Idol comeback, and only a day into May we found out that ABC would be the network responsible for the show’s revival beginning in March of 2018. But then the rumor mill really began churning, having many […]

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