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Cole Sprouse

  1. deaths
    Cole Sprouse’s Favorite Luke Perry Memory Is How Much Everybody Loved Him“He’s the person I’ve never heard a bad thing said about.”
  2. movie review
    Five Feet Apart Is the Logical, Heightened Conclusion of the Sick Lit GenreCole Sprouse and Haley Lu Richardson manage to sell an operatically romantic and sadistic cystic fibrosis love story.
  3. The Post–Suite Life Life of Dylan SprouseWhile his brother Cole reemerged on Riverdale, Dylan has been keeping busy under the radar.
  4. Everything You’d Ever Want to Know About Riverdale’s Southside SerpentsA deep dive into Riverdale’s baddest biker gang.
  5. fashion du jour
    The Signature Looks of Riverdale’s Retro High-SchoolersThere’s a reason why they’re all inspired by the ‘40s, ‘50s, and ‘60s.
  6. last night on late night
    Cole Sprouse Reads a Childhood Poem He Wrote His Mom About, of Course, StabbingIt’s very sweet, except for the stabbing.
  7. vulture lists
    How the Stars of Riverdale Spent Their Summer VacationAll of the silly, thirsty, and otherwise notable things that the Riverdale stars did last summer.
  8. standards and practices
    K.J. Apa Involved in Car Accident After Long Day Shooting RiverdaleThe actor sustained no injuries and filming has resumed.
  9. tv
    All That Death Will Only Make the Riverdale Teens Hornier in Season 2“We’re even more sexual now.”
  10. so dark
    The Riverdale Cast Is Having a Hard Time Calling Season Two Anything But ‘Dark’There are, truly, no words.
  11. riverdale
    An Asexual’s Defense of Jughead Kissing Betty on RiverdaleThe newly asexual icon of the Archie comics is allowed to explore his sexuality, just like everyone else.
  12. chat room
    Cole Sprouse on Riverdale, Donald Trump, and Asexual JugheadThe Jughead actor is trying to get away from his Disney past.
  13. casting couch
    Suite Life’s Cole Sprouse Will Be CW’s JugheadCody Martin no more.
  14. vulture lists
    10 Annoying Child Actors We’d Want on Kid NationWe got to thinking about which kids we’d most want to send off to Kid Nation, and realized the pop-culture pantheon is filled with irritating children who could really benefit from a sharp dose of bleach-flavored reality.