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The Poltergeist Curse: Here's the Real Story Behind the Movie Myth

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It's the spookiest month of the year, and you know what that means! It's time to figure out whether you believe in curses or simply unfortunate coincidences. A reboot of the classic 1982 horror film Poltergeist came out in 2015, but let's be honest: nothing could compare to the original. While no horrific accidents occurred on the set of the new film (that we know of, anyway), the release reminded us of the rumors of a curse on the original film trilogy's cast. The movie revolves around a suburban family who move into a new home and begin to notice strange things surrounding their young daughter. Take a look below to find out about the mysterious events that have made people speculate that Poltergeist may be the most cursed franchise in Hollywood. RelatedThe 34 Best Horror Movies Streaming on Netflix in October The Whole Ordeal Began With Human Skeletons One of the most »

- Maggie Pehanick

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We Sent Someone Who Hates Cats to CatCon

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From Ian Somerhalder to Lil Bub, this cat hater's experience at CatCon was absolutely purr-fect. »

- Natalie Rivera

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19 Will & Grace Halloween Costume Ideas That Will Have You Reaching For the Vodka

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We all know that very few shows (if any) could ever touch the perfection that is Will & Grace. Not only did the show introduce us to four beloved characters - Will Truman, Grace Adler, Karen Walker, and Jack McFarland - but it also blessed us with hilarious one-liners that you really couldn't get anywhere else on TV at the time. In honor of the show's highly anticipated revival, there's no better time to start thinking about a Will & Grace-inspired Halloween costume. Luckily, each character has a signature look (Grace = red hair, Karen = vodka, Jack = sweater vests and show business, Will = nice suits), so getting the basics down is no biggie, but the real fun comes when you channel some of the show's most memorable moments. And if people aren't sure what you are at first, you can have a hell of a good time explaining it to them before looking »

- Caitlin Hacker

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Will There Be a Second Season of The Defenders? Here's What We Know

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Have you finished binge-watching The Defenders season one yet? If you did, and you're now breathlessly awaiting the second season, you're not alone. While Netflix has not officially greenlit season two as of yet, barring some kind of epic flop for the first season (which we don't anticipate and which social media does not seem to be predicting), a Defenders season two seems like a no-brainer. Here's what we know so far. Of the four original stand-alone series upon which The Defenders is based, three have aired just one season. Only Daredevil has aired a second season. As of now, both Jessica Jones and Luke Cage have a second season currently in the works. In keeping with the timing of the original releases, Jessica Jones will be the second stand-alone to air a second season, followed by Luke Cage. Both are expected to be released in 2018. Daredevil will also be »

- Andrea Reiher

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4 Key Things to Know About Sigourney Weaver's Character on The Defenders

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Image Source: Netflix Sure, we're all tuning in to The Defenders to watch Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, and Iron Fist join together to fight the forces of evil in New York City, but there's also a new baddie in town going by the name of Alexandra Reid. Alexandra, played by fierce actress Sigourney Weaver, is complex, so here's what you need to know about both the actress and her latest character. Warning: Light spoilers for The Defenders ahead! Weaver Has a Stellar Résumé In the '70s and '80s, Weaver starred in a handful of tiny movie franchises called Alien and Ghostbusters (ever heard of them?), so yeah, she's a total badass. She's also starred in a few other well-known '80s movies, like Working Girl and Gorillas in the Mist, both of which earned her an Oscar nomination (in the same year, no less). Image Source: Sony In the ensuing years, »

- Andrea Reiher

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We Never Expected a Game of Thrones Song Cover Like This, but Here We Are

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File this under things we never expected to see: a Game of Thrones song cover created with flute, cello, and . . . beatboxing? Musicians Jack Landstreet and Thillman Benham collaborated to create an undeniably catchy cover of the show's main theme, complete with costumes, a castle, and even some dancing. We might not have anticipated this sort of cover, but we love how it sounds, and you will too. Now, can we request a bongo and beatboxing rendition of "The Rains of Castamere"? »

- Brinton Parker

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Netflix's What Happened to Monday Changed 1 Giant Detail So Noomi Rapace Could Star

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Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday - days of the week, sure, but also cinema's latest female ass-kickers du jour in What Happened to Monday, Netflix's brutal, bloody sci-fi romp starring Noomi Rapace. The Swedish actress stars in the streaming network's dystopian action flick, out Aug. 18, as identical septuplets named after each day of the week. All seven sisters have grown up living in hiding thanks to the government's law restricting families to one child only due to overpopulation, so their grandfather (Willem Dafoe) allows them out of the house only on the day corresponding with their name. They're able to maintain one public identity through adulthood, until a government agency led by the steely Glenn Close picks up on the scam. Monday doesn't return home after her day out, and soon enough her sisters savagely work their way through a long line of agents (and end up »

- Quinn Keaney

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The Complete List of the Best '90s Movies

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The '90s was an iconic decade for many reasons. We had TV shows like Salute Your Shorts and Animaniacs, stores to browse like Delia's and Limited Too, and songs to listen to on the radio like Britney Spears's "Baby One More Time" and and TLC's "Waterfalls." When we weren't doing all of those things, we were begging our parents to take us to the movies. Sometimes they did and we saw age-appropriate flicks, and other times we snuck in with our friends to catch those R-rated ones. So many gems came out in the '90s (not like today, when everything old seems to be getting rebooted). There were some underrated films, some with killer soundtracks, and some that are perfect for showing your own kids today. To prove that storytelling was at its highest during the '90s, I made a list (in no particular order) of »

- Caitlin Hacker

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Everything We Know About Supergirl Season 3

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Supergirl is getting ready to take flight for its third season, but something tells us that Kara Danvers won't be the same heroine we all know and love when the show returns. As she battles her inner demons, the rest of our favorite characters will face their own relationship issues next season. On the plus side, there are some exciting new faces taking residence in National City - including a former Lois Lane! Get all the details about the upcoming season below. Related25 Style Lessons Supergirl Taught Us When She Was Off Duty The New Season Picks Up Right Where the Finale Left Off During Comic-Con, David Harewood (J'onn J'onzz) revealed that season three will pick up minutes after the season two ending, so there won't be a big leap. We Haven't Seen the Last of Mon-El Don't lose hope yet, Karamel shippers. Not only was Chris Wood (Mon-El) in »

- Kelsie Gibson

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Pay Special Attention to That "Topknot" Dude on Game of Thrones

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Though he might have been the subject of flippant scrutiny for wearing his hair in a man bun during the season seven Game of Thrones premiere, the mysterious character Thoros of Myr is a pretty huge deal in the series' universe. The companion of Beric Dondarrion - and now Sandor "The Hound" Clegane - possesses a power that we've rarely seen exhibited in the show so far: the ability to bring the dead back to life. Thoros is a more fleshed-out character in the Song of Ice and Fire books, wherein it's explained that he is a fire priest of R'hllor who failed to convert King Robert Baratheon and has returned to the faith after a brave stint in his army. Thoros is one of the founding members of the Brotherhood Without Banners and uses his faith on the road with the band of guerrilla soldiers to repeatedly bring Beric Dondarrion back to life. »

- Brinton Parker

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Exclusive: Step Team's Tribute to Its Hometown Will Leave You in Awe

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Exclusively on Popsugar, the stirring tribute to Baltimore above is performed by the incredible women featured in Step. The documentary about the Lethal Ladies step team has already garnered glowing reviews after a buzzed-about premiere at Sundance. The official Step trailer has been watched over 1.6 million times in the last five months. Watching these girls' passion, skill, and precision above, it's easy to see why their story is so inspiring. With the documentary now playing nationwide, there's no doubt that the Step story is set to resonate with audiences everywhere. »

- Leo Margul

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Aly & Aj Release Their First Single in 10 Years, and It's a Pure Pop Smash

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Summer just got a little sweeter thanks to Aly & Aj. After teasing fans about their return to music, the sister duo - Aly and Aj Michalka - released their single "Take Me" on Friday, and it's crazy good. Not only is the beat highly addictive (not to mention their incredible voices), but it also marks their first single in 10 years! They previously released "Hothouse" under the name 78Violet in 2013. While this song certainly has a pop feel, you can definitely expect a much larger range from their record as a whole. When Popsugar spoke to Aj last year, she said that they were really "focused on not labeling their music as one sound" this time around. "On our last album [Insomniatic], we were trying to please so many people . . . now, that pressure is totally gone," she said. "We're kind of doing this on our own and writing in such a genuine »

- Kelsie Gibson

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Miley Cyrus's "Younger Now" Video Is Basically a Big Tribute to Elvis Presley

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Miley Cyrus is going back to her roots. On Friday, the singer dropped the music video for her new single, "Younger Now," and it's full of nostalgia. Not only does she sing along with a puppet version of her younger self (yes, really), but she also impersonates one of her idols, Elvis Presley, who passed away 40 years ago this month. Aside from jamming out on the guitar and kissing an older woman, she also seems to poke fun at her Hannah Montana days by doing a hoedown-inspired dance in a 1950s sock-hop setting. Needless to say, we can't wait to see what the rest of her album will sound like! »

- Kelsie Gibson

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Some Petty Drama About Peter Kraus Becoming the Next Bachelor Is Brewing at ABC

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While we still don't know who the next Bachelor will be, we might know who it isn't going to be: fan favorite Peter Kraus. Judging from a seemingly pointed tweet from The Bachelor creator Mike Fleiss, Peter's behavior in the finale of the most recent season of The Bachelorette is not what the franchise is looking for. One of the biggest problems with The Bachelor is a question that has been plaguing the reality series since its inception in 2002: can two people really find true love over the course of just one month? If you look at all the couples who have ridden off into the sunset after the credits rolled and gone on to find their own happily ever afters (be it with each other, or Fit Tea sponsorships), there's definitely room to argue that, yes, going on The Bachelor, The Bachelorette, or Bachelor in Paradise can result »

- Quinn Keaney

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Every Bone-Chilling Teaser For American Horror Story: Cult

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Whistle while you lurk. #AHSCult pic.twitter.com/qiPIiNTc2g - AmericanHorrorStory (@Ahsfx) August 1, 2017 Forget all those rumors about elections - season seven of American Horror Story is officially titled Cult, and it looks Terrifying. FX revealed the first teaser at San Diego Comic-Con in July, which features a voice-over as images of clowns flash on the screen. "Do you ever feel alone? Does it feel like no one really understands you? Do some people just make you sick? Are you afraid? We can set you free. We will make you strong. We. Want. You." A few more teasers were released shortly afterward. While none of the cast members make an appearance, that's not unusual for Ahs. We'll probably get about a dozen more of these before the season starts on Sept. 5, but for now, review all the details and see if you can decipher the other hints from the »

- Maggie Pehanick

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From Dtf to D*ck Drawings: 10 Fun Facts Seth Rogen Just Revealed About Superbad

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As old as typing this sentence makes me feel, here goes: Aug. 17 marked 10 whole years since the initial release of Superbad. A decade after Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg's hit 2007 comedy about thinly fictionalized versions of themselves in high school hit theaters - Jonah Hill plays Seth, Michael Cera plays Evan - Rogen decided to share some choice pieces of trivia about the movie on Twitter this week. From the legacy of one of the movie's greatest phrases to a cameo you most definitely missed, relive the glory of Superbad below. RelatedThis Old Table Read of Superbad's Sex Scene Is Emma Stone at Her Finest Danny Mcbride is an extra in the background of the first party scene in Superbad. - Seth Rogen (@Sethrogen) August 18, 2017 Evan Goldberg's brother Dave drew all the dick drawings in Superbad. - Seth Rogen (@Sethrogen) August 18, 2017 Almost all the names in Superbad »

- Quinn Keaney

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39 Salem Saberhagen Quotes You Should Start Using Immediately

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It's time to celebrate one of the greatest cats in TV history: Salem Saberhagen, from Sabrina, the Teenage Witch. Salem was, of course, a human trapped in a cat's body, but that didn't stop him from being adorable, sassy, and undeniably quotable. Read ahead for all the iconic Salem moments that you can apply to your everyday life. RelatedWhich Sabrina the Teenage Witch Character Are You? »

- Ryan Roschke

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13 Things We Already Know About the Second Season of The Handmaid's Tale

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Now that we're finished with the first season of The Handmaid's Tale, we're already looking ahead at what's to come. If you read the book, you'll know that the first finale ends in the same frustrating way the book ends: June is taken into a mysterious van and carted off to a mysterious future somewhere else. In this case, though, we don't have to wonder endlessly. The story will continue. Since we're venturing into uncharted territory beyond the books, the sky is pretty much the limit. How much can we uncover about the show's next chapter? Well, blessed be the fruit, we've got a lot to go over. Let's see what we could uncover (under his eye). 1. It's Going to Be Longer While the first season was 10 episodes, the second has been extended to 13. 2. Alexis Bledel Will Reprise Her Role Thought you'd seen the last of Ofglen/Emily? Not so fast. »

- Ryan Roschke

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The Only Thing More Amazing Than This Girl's America's Got Talent Performance Is Her Age

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If you closed your eyes while listening to Angelica Hale's most recent America's Got Talent performance, there's a good chance you'd never be able to accurately guess her age. The little girl - who is only 9 years old, if you can believe it - took the stage during the most recent episode of NBC's reality competition to sing Zedd's "Clarity," and like she did during her audition a few weeks ago, she completely blew the judges away (and gave me legit goosebumps, if we're being honest). Both judges Mel B and Heidi Klum were bowled over by Hale's range, so listen to it for yourself above! RelatedA Deaf Singer's Emotional Performance Leaves America's Got Talent Audience Sobbing »

- Quinn Keaney

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Shawn Mendes Fans Go Ballistic During His Surprise Duet of "Mercy" With Ed Sheeran

17 hours ago

A few weeks after Shawn Mendes performed a beautiful cover of Ed Sheeran's "Castle on the Hill", the British singer-songwriter returned the favor by popping up at one of the 19-year-old's concerts for a surprise duet. The pair, both armed with acoustic guitars and their ridiculously gorgeous voices, gifted fans with a duet of Mendes's "Mercy" during his Illuminate tour stop at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, and it left everyone in the sold-out arena with their jaws on the floor. Listen to the performance (and the sound of thousands of fans going absolutely nuts) above. »

- Quinn Keaney

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