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The best horror writer of the 20th century was a British woman you’ve probably never heard of.
Several other Americans, though.
In an email exchange with New York Times best-selling author Jeff VanderMeer.
According to Guillermo del Toro and Carlton Cuse.
Including Amy Schumer, Portlandia's Carrie Brownstein, and author Zadie Smith.
He’s Rick James ... well, you know the rest.
It's about a cow who unites Israel and Palestine.
He also has a finger for them.
It's called Sharp Objects.
So ... Charlie Weasley is gay.
As described in his memoir, Unruly.
She couldn’t resist the charms of her co-star, and won an Oscar in the process.
Harry is now almost 34 and has some gray hairs.
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While "trying to be a Good Samaritan."
"A loya jirga for book people" was convened last night to look for answers.
It all started with Election.
It'll be out in summer 2015.
Prepare for some deep Westerosi history.
All comedy writers have been inspired by basically the same ten comedic inspirations.
In this excerpt from Mike Sacks’s new book of interviews with comedy writers, Bruce Vilanch discusses how he puts together the script for the Oscars telecast.
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And Teri Hatcher was "difficult."