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Now on Hulu: “The First” Inaugural Episode Takes Off with Sean Penn at the Helm

Science and engineering aren’t the only barriers to the allure of space travel — in The First, family drama also impedes the inaugural exploration of Mars. The post Now on Hulu: “The First” Inaugural Episode Takes Off with Sean Penn at the Helm appeared first on The Scope Weekly™ magazine.

https://scopeweekly.com/2018/09/16/now-on-hulu-the-firsts-inaugural-episode-takes-off-with-sean-penn-at-the-helm/

Film Review: Peppermint is a Classic Action Film – That’s the Problem


In “Peppermint” Jennifer Garner helms a predictable and problematic action film, proving that formulaic rip-offs of 1980’s vigilante films won’t work in 2018. The post Film Review: Peppermint is a Classic Action Film – That’s the Problem appeared first on The Scope Weekly™ magazine.
https://scopeweekly.com/2018/09/08/film-review-peppermint-is-a-classic-action-film-thats-the-problem/

“Born This Way” a Reality Show about People with Disabilities Breaks Stereotypes


An estimated 15 percent of business owners are people with disabilities. Nearly 1 in 5 People have a disability in the U.S., reports the Census Bureau. The post “Born This Way” a Reality Show about People with Disabilities Breaks Stereotypes appeared first on The Scope Weekly magazine.
https://scopeweekly.com/2018/08/29/born-this-way-a-reality-show-about-people-with-disabilities-breaks-stereotypes/

“Born This Way’ a Reality Show about People with Disabilities Breaks Stereotypes


An estimated 15 percent of business owners are people with disabilities. Nearly 1 in 5 People have a disability in the U.S., reports the Census Bureau. The post “Born This Way’ a Reality Show about People with Disabilities Breaks Stereotypes appeared first on The Scope Weekly magazine.
https://scopeweekly.com/2018/08/29/born-this-way-a-reality-show-about-people-with-disabilities-breaks-stereotypes/

Sharp Objects Finale “Milk” Reveals Who is Behind the Murders in Wind Gap


Spoilers Ahead: In the series finale of HBO’s mini-series Sharp Objects, Camille Preaker discovers the depths of her own family’s psychosis. The post Sharp Objects Finale “Milk” Reveals Who is Behind the Murders in Wind Gap appeared first on The Scope Weekly magazine.
https://scopeweekly.com/2018/08/26/sharp-objects-finale-milk-reveals-who-is-behind-the-murders-in-wind-gap/

Warner Music Group Adds Pop Culture News Uproxx to its Roster


Warner Music Group announced today its acquisition of the pop culture and entertainment news Uproxx Media Group for an undisclosed amount. Uproxx Media Group is… The post Warner Music Group Adds Pop Culture News Uproxx to its Roster appeared first on The Scope Weekly magazine.
https://scopeweekly.com/2018/08/02/warner-music-group-adds-pop-culture-news-uproxx-to-its-roster/

46th Annual Annie Awards™ is Accepting Submissions to Honor Best in the Field of Animation


The International Animated Film Society, ASIFA-Hollywood’s  ‘Call for Entries’ for the 46th Annual Annie Awards™ began this week and will remain open until Thursday, November 1, 2018 at 5pm PST. The post 46th Annual Annie Awards™ is Accepting Submissions to Honor Best in the Field of Animation appeared first on The Scope Weekly magazine.
https://scopeweekly.com/2018/08/02/46th-annual-annie-awards-is-accepting-submissions-to-honor-best-in-the-field-of-animation/

Sharp Objects Season 1 Episode 4, “Ripe” Propels This Murder-Mystery Forward

In “Ripe”, director Jean-Marc Vallée turns his lens on the teens of Wind Gap, both past and present. The post Sharp Objects Season 1 Episode 4, “Ripe” Propels This Murder-Mystery Forward appeared first on The Scope Weekly magazine.
https://scopeweekly.com/2018/07/29/sharp-objects-season-1-episode-4-ripe-propels-this-murder-mystery-forward/