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Golden Globes perpetuate Hollywood’s misogyny

Golden Globes perpetuate Hollywood’s misogyny

Jasmine Nguyen, Staff Writer February 1, 2024

The Golden Globes Awards, a prestigious annual event celebrating outstanding achievements in film and television, garnered significant attention this year. Reaching 9.4 million people worldwide, viewers eagerly tuned in to witness one of Hollywood’s...

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True crime’s latest victim: Gypsy Rose Blanchard

Haley Nguyen, Arts & Entertainment Editor February 1, 2024

Granted parole after serving eight years of her decade-long sentence, survivor-turned-media star Gypsy Rose Blanchard rose to fame for murdering her abusive mother. While the overwhelming press around her story has elevated the importance of supporting...

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“Mean Girls” musical adaptation enters the Burn Book of film

“Mean Girls” musical adaptation enters the Burn Book of film

Nandita Bussa and Justin Le February 1, 2024

Get in losers, because the Mean Girls are so back! With a modern twist, the film adaptation of the Broadway adaptation of the original movie released in theaters on Jan. 12th. However, the movie’s overall lack of direction reduces it to just another...

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Grammys 2024: Predicting music’s most anticipated night

Nathan Perera, Staff Writer February 1, 2024

Unpredictability and music’s most coveted night, the Grammy Awards, are synonymous. From the glamorous red carpet couture to its unprecedented performances, the Grammys unfold erratically, overcharged with pop culture delirium and frenzied internet...

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Wonka: The Emergence of Chalamet’s Inner Chocolatier

Wonka: The Emergence of Chalamet’s Inner Chocolatier

Nandita Bussa, Staff Writer December 14, 2023

Taking their own spin on Roald Dahl’s classroom favorite “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory,” director Paul King and star Timothée Chalamet promise for their production of “Wonka” to be innovative, brilliant, and absolutely nutty. Releasing...

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The holidays will go nuts with “The Nutcracker”: what to expect

The holidays will go nuts with “The Nutcracker”: what to expect

AUHSD’s tradition is defrosting and in production
Millie Kwon, Staff Writer December 14, 2023

“The Nutcracker” has been a yearly tradition of the Anaheim Union School District (AUHSD) with many schools involved including Oxford, Anaheim High School, Cypress High School, Katella High School, Western High School, and Orangeview Junior High School....

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“The Hunger Games” trilogy prequel sings with dystopian beauty

Michelle Choy, News Editor December 14, 2023

“A Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes” released on Nov. 17 as the prequel to the classic “Hunger Games” film adaptations trilogy, racking up $98 million globally at the box office on opening weekend. Eerily beautiful and captivating, the movie proudly...

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“The Eras Tour” film cements Swift’s legacy

“The Eras Tour” film cements Swift’s legacy

The cultural phenomenon initiates a new era for Hollywood, Taylor Swift as she explores music on the big screen
Mikaela Woo and Justin Le November 16, 2023

During “The Eras Tour” U.S. run from March through August, its massive success propelled local economies and Swift’s stardom, leading to the creation of a concert film. Recreating its energy and spirit, the “Eras” movie recorded three of the...

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Freddys movie: Nightmare for critics, fresh for fans

Freddy’s movie: Nightmare for critics, fresh for fans

Tyler Nguyen, Staff Writer November 16, 2023

Following a nearly two year content hiatus, the infamous Five Nights at Freddy’s franchise is back in the spotlight in the premiere of its first movie on Oct. 27. With series creator Scott Cawthon on board with Blumhouse Studios, anticipated YouTuber...

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Disney has audience “Wish”-ing on next big hit

Disney has audience “Wish”-ing on next big hit

Audrey Lee, Staff Writer November 16, 2023

Disney’s upcoming musical-movie “Wish” is to be released Nov. 22, leaving fans with high expectations for the one-of-a-kind film. “Wish” will contain many essential Disney characteristics, revolving around Disney’s leading symbol, the wishing...

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Drake’s “For All The Dogs” is just another flop

Drake’s “For All The Dogs” is just another flop

Eshmom Haque, Sports Editor November 16, 2023

Widely recognized as one of the biggest influences in contemporary music today, Drake released his eighth studio album “For All the Dogs” on Oct. 6. With the last three albums disappointing critics and fans alike, Drake’s newest record promised...

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Fashion Week 2023 shapes new era of brand identity

Unconventional runway shows preview the Spring/Summer 24 season
Nathan Perera, Staff Writer October 30, 2023

Seized in a haze of glamorous runways and otherworldly clothes, designers debuted their ready-to-wear collections ahead of the Spring/Summer 2024 season. Household names in luxury weren’t the only ones garnering attention, though, as this season saw...

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