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Barbra Streisand sympathizes with Michael Jackson: “His sexual needs were his sexual needs”

Michael Jackson’s legacy has taken a hit since the airing of Leaving Neverland, which has brought renewed scrutiny to the singer’s past relationships with underage boys and allegations of sexual misconduct. Radio stations stopped playing his music, Drake ceased performing their collaboration, and The Simpsons pulled an episode featuring the

Elton John biopic will be rated R for sex and drug scenes

The Freddie Mercury biopic Bohemian Rhapsody depicted a sanitized version of the singer’s life, largely omitting his homosexuality and battle with AIDS from its storyline. The same won’t be the case for the upcoming Elton John biopic Rocketman. The film, which is expected to receive an “R” rating, will include an “intimate

MARINA embraces nature on new single “Orange Trees”: Stream

The last four years saw Marina and the Diamonds embark on a journey of self-discovery. The process of looking inward yielded a new name, MARINA, as well as a double album of new music titled LOVE+FEAR. Her first LP under the moniker, it’s being previewed today with new single “Orange

Les Claypool: Primus will support final leg of Slayer’s farewell tour

Les Claypool let the cat out of the bag by revealing that Primus will be supporting Slayer on the final leg of the legendary trash metal band’s ongoing farewell tour. The Primus frontman let the news slip while guesting on comedian Bill Burr’s podcast. “There’s another thing too that’s kind

Film Review: The Best Laid Pipes Often Go Awry in The Hummingbird Project

The Pitch: Sixteen milliseconds — that’s all the time it takes for a hummingbird to flap its wings. For Vincent (Jesse Eisenberg) and Anton Zaleski (Alexander Skarsgård), two cousins planning the greatest digital stock market gamble of all time, it’s the difference between getting rich quick and going to jail. Their

Win Tickets to KAABOO Del Mar 2019

KAABOO is a festival brand name that’s quickly becoming synonymous with the “music for everyone” mentality. Events like its Caymans expansion and its forthcoming Texas launch are evidence that folks are buying into the high-end experiences festival organizers promise: comfortable, indulgent amenities alongside the best household names in music and

Song of the Week: Anderson .Paak Breaks Out With a Smooth Protest On “King James”

Each week we break down our favorite song, highlight our honorable mentions, and wrap them all up with other staff recommendations into a New Sounds playlist just for you. Be sure to subscribe here. Coming hot off the heels of 2018’s Oxnard, Anderson .Paak isn’t hesitating when it comes to releasing new material. “King

Death Angel announce new album, Humanicide, share thrashing title track: Stream

Bay Area thrash metal stalwarts Death Angel have released a consistent stream of inspired material since reuniting for 2004’s The Art of Dying. The band is best known for their debut, 1987’s genre classic The Ultra-Violence, and they have maintained a overtly thrash style (with hints of prog) from that

Supergroup The Damned Things have “Something Good” with new single: Stream

As previously reported, rock supergroup The Damned Things will release their second album, High Crimes, on April 26th. Featuring members of Anthrax, Every Time I Die, and Fall Out Boy, the band has now released the second single from High Crimes, the dark pop song “Something Good” — stream the

Forrest Gump screenwriter Eric Roth details plot for bizarre sequel scrapped after 9/11

This July, Forrest Gump will celebrate its 25th anniversary. On Monday, Eric Roth, the writer behind the classic 1994 film, spoke to Yahoo! News about an unmade sequel that was considered in the early 2000s. In the interview, he detailed the twists in the follow-up’s script and explained the reason why

Josh Ritter reveals new song “I Still Love You (Now and Then)”, produced by Jason Isbell: Stream

Josh Ritter returns next month with Fever Breaks, his tenth album overall and follow-up to 2017’s Gathering. The 10-track collection was produced by four-time Grammy winner Jason Isbell and features his band The 400 Unit. Already Ritter has teased the record with “Old Black Magic”, a must-hear tune we promptly added to

Mötley Crüe unveil two more new songs from the soundtrack to The Dirt: Stream

It’s a good day to be a Mötley Crüe fan. The film adaptation of their debauched memoir The Dirt is finally available on Netflix today (March 22nd). And to commemorate the release, the band has dropped the final pair of new songs that they have recorded for the soundtrack to

Film Review: The Dirt Never Asks Tough-Enough Questions of Mötley Crüe

The Pitch: The pervy old uncle of rock autobiographies, 2000’s The Dirt charts the exploits of glam-metal antiheroes Mötley Crüe. Heroin overdoses, a Hoover Dam’s worth of alcohol, vehicular manslaughter, and lots and lots of disgusting sex are all common threads in a series of first-person interviews with writer Neil

Andrew Bird announces 2019 tour dates, shares “Manifest” video: Watch

Today, Andrew Bird returns with his 12th album, My Finest Work Yet. To support its release, the veteran songwriter has mapped out an extensive North American tour, as well as shared a new music video for early single “Manifest”. Bird’s “My Finest Work Yet Tour” launches early April and will run

Dream Theater’s John Petrucci on Rush: “That was the band that changed everything”

With the recent realization that Rush are no longer an active band, fans and musicians alike are reflecting on the legacy of the legendary prog-rock group. In a new interview with Heavy Consequence, Dream Theater guitarist John Petrucci shares his thoughts on Rush and what the Rock & Roll Hall

Raffaella learns to let go on new song “NASA’s Fake”: Stream

Following her breakout debut single, “Sororicide”, New York’s Raffaella inked a deal with Mom + Pop. The up-and-coming alt-pop songwriter is said to be diligently working on her debut EP for the renowned local indie label, which has put out records by Courtney Barnett, Sunflower Bean, and Tash Sultana. Raffaella

Paul Simon comes out of retirement to headline Outside Lands Festival

Paul Simon retired from touring last summer, though he kept the door open for an occasional one-off performance if for a special cause. In the case of this summer’s Outside Lands Music Festival, Simon received an offer he couldn’t refuse. The legendary songwriter has agreed to come out of retirement

Open Mike Eagle and Baron Vaughn’s comedy variety show The New Negroes sets Comedy Central premiere

Last fall, Open Mike Eagle followed up his breakthrough record, Brick Body Kids Still Daydream, with a new EP, What Happens When I Try to Relax. As the Chicago-born rapper’s star continues to rise, however, he’s also demonstrating his multiple other talents, including comedy. Alongside stand-up Baron Vaughn, OME is launching a new

Simple Minds Breaks Down 40 Years Worth of Music

Download | Listen via Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google Play | Stitcher | Radio Public On the latest episode of Kyle Meredith With…, Simple Minds lead singer Jim Kerr revisits the band’s humble beginnings, their sudden UK success with their 1979 debut Life in a Day, the political timelessness of 1989’s Street Fighting Years, their great lost 1999 album

Deluxe edition of XXXTentacion’s ? to be released this summer

A deluxe edition of XXXTentacion’s second album (and last to be released during his lifetime) will arrive this summer. The “Deluxe Anniversary Edition” of XXXTentacion’s 2018 LP, ?, will be available as a 3xLP or 2xCD set beginning July 26th. The triple vinyl edition includes XXXTentacion’s original album, its corresponding

Saba and Pivot Gang lay out their “Studio Ground Rules” in video for new track: Stream

Chicago rap collective Pivot Gang have been teasing their next project for a few months now. First came “Blood” back in the fall, followed by “Jason Statham, Pt. 2” last month. Now, the Saba-led crew has unveiled their latest track, “Studio Ground Rues”, along with an intimate, behind-the-scenes look at

Details of Chris Fehn’s lawsuit against Slipknot emerge

Last week, it was reported that Slipknot percussionist Chris Fehn was suing his bandmates Corey Taylor and Shawn “Clown” Crahan, among other entities, over monetary issues. On Monday, Slipknot issued a statement that the band had parted ways with Fehn. Now, details on the lawsuit have been unveiled, shedding more

Offset and Travis Scott perform “Legacy” on Ellen: Watch

Earlier this year, Migos star Offset dropped his solo debut, Father of 4. The Georgia-born rapper promoted the album on Friday morning with a daytime TV appearance on Ellen — and he didn’t come alone. Offset tapped Travis Scott for a performance of their Father of 4 collaboration, “Legacy”. There wasn’t

Parks and Rec cast reunites for 10th anniversary, expresses openness to revival

On Thursday night, the cast and creator of Parks and Recreation reunited as part of Los Angeles’ PaleyFest. They were together to celebrate the NBC comedy’s 10th anniversary (it debuted on April 9th, 2009), but as tends to happen when casts of beloved shows appear in one place, talk quickly

Jenny Lewis performs “Wasted Youth” and “Red Bull & Hennessy” on Kimmel: Watch

Today marks the return of Jenny Lewis, as the Rilo Kiley singer has released her first solo album in four years. On the Line, the follow-up to Voyager, sees Lewis teaming up with a star-studded list of collaborators that includes Ringo Starr, Beck, producer Don Was, and The Heartbreakers’ Benmont Tench.

Tim Burton to be dissected in new season of Filmography

It’s showtime! For the fourth full-length season of Consequence Podcast Network’s Filmography, we’re happy to announce that we’re going to get weird with a five-week, 19-flick breakdown of one of American filmmaking’s most beloved oddball auteurs: Tim Burton. Each week, Film and TV Editor Dominick Suzanne-Mayer sits with various writers, editors,

Monsta X releases English version of “Play It Cool”: Stream

South Korean boy band Monsta X are set to tour the US this summer. In anticipation, they’ve unveiled a new English version of their hit single, “Play It Cool”. Take a listen below. A collaboration with Steve Aoki, the original Korean version was featured on the band’s latest album, Take.2

Album of the Week: Jenny Lewis’ On the Line Navigates Life Changes with Verve and Wit

The Lowdown: Jenny Lewis is a towering figure in the world of indie rock. As the leader of Rilo Kiley, she influenced an entire generation, writing the kind of songs that inspire tattoos and mantras. Following the band’s split in 2008, her solo records have cemented her legacy, especially 2014’s

Album Review: American Football Inject New Colors into Their Cozy Emo and Post-Rock Fabric

The Lowdown: American Football are no longer a folktale. The band no longer exist as a time capsule of black-and-white photos, a few grainy YouTube videos, and their genre-defining LP and EP, which were released in the late ’90s. After reuniting in 2014 and getting a second record under their

Conan O’Brien archive to launch Monday with 350 remote segments

Since the start of the year, there’s been less Conan O’Brien on TV. His TBS late night show, Conan, was chopped to a half-hour format, a major reduction in red-headed comic fare. Fans were promised satiation with a long-in-the-works online archive of O’Brien’s entire 25-year talkshow career, from his time on

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  • 3. Wow. - Post Malone
  • 4. Sunflower (Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse) - Post Malone & Swae Lee
  • 5. Sweet but Psycho - Ava Max
  • 6. Walk Me Home - P!nk
  • 7. You Say - Lauren Daigle
  • 8. Confessions of a Dangerous Mind - Logic
  • 9. Dancing with a Stranger - Sam Smith & Normani
  • 10. I Don’t Belong in This Club - Why Don't We & Macklemore
  • 11. 7 rings - Ariana Grande
  • 12. Beautiful Crazy - Luke Combs
  • 13. Be Alright - Dean Lewis
  • 14. Bad Liar - Imagine Dragons
  • 15. High Hopes - Panic! At the Disco
  • 16. Tempo (feat. Missy Elliott) - Lizzo
  • 17. Please Me - Cardi B & Bruno Mars
  • 18. Without Me - Halsey
  • 19. Happier - Marshmello & Bastille
  • 20. Old Town Road - Lil Nas X

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Pop Music News:


Ozzy Osbourne’s look-alike granddaughters sing and rock out to “Crazy Train”: Watch

As legions of fans send well wishes to Ozzy Osbourne after illnesses have sidelined the Prince of Darkness for the

PUP perform “Kids” on Seth Meyers: Watch

Punk rock purveyors PUP have a new album on the way called Morbid Stuff. Ahead of the album’s April release

ScHoolboy Q debuts “Numb Numb Juice” & Travis Scott-featuring “Chopstick” on Fallon: Watch

ScHoolboy Q finally returned earlier this month with a new single titled “Numb Numb Juice”. Easily worth the long wait,

Karen O and Danger Mouse film Spike Jonze-directed “Woman” live video on Colbert: Watch

Last week, Karen O and super producer Danger Mouse unveiled their highly anticipated collaborative album, Lux Prima. To support the record, the duo served

Kid guitarist crushes Guns N’ Roses’ “Sweet Child O’ Mine” on Ellen: Watch

Need proof that rock is not dead: Taj Farrant, a 9-year-old guitarist from Australia, showed off his impressive skills on

Sharon Van Etten performs “Comeback Kid” on Fallon: Watch

The great Sharon Van Etten has been making the rounds in support of her tremendous new album, Remind Me Tomorrow.

Billie Eilish shares animated “you should see me in a crown” video, created by Takashi Murakami: Watch

Billie Eilish is gearing up to drop her highly anticipated debut album, WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE

Better Oblivion Community Center cover Death Cab for Cutie’s “Title and Registration” in Seattle: Watch

Better Oblivion Community Center are only 10 days into their first-ever tour and already they’ve surprised audiences with three unique

Dropkick Murphys’ Ken Casey gets in bloody brawl with fan during St. Patrick’s Day show: Watch

Dropkick Murphys began this year’s St. Patrick’s Day weekend with blows and blood. On Friday night, the punk rock band’s

Lady Gaga crashes Fred Durst’s jazz show with surprise set of Frank Sinatra covers: Watch

Every Thursday night, Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst organizes a set at Los Angeles’ Black Rabbit Rose venue. This week,

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Scott Stapp returns with first solo song in six years, “Purpose for Pain”: Stream

Creed frontman Scott Stapp looked like he was in a dark place for awhile there. Back in 2014, he found himself

Tame Impala return with new single “Patience”: Stream

Tame Impala have officially returned! Ahead of their upcoming US tour, which includes headlining spots at Coachella and Lollapalooza, as well

Justin Vernon joins Bruce Hornsby on new song “Cast-Off”: Stream

Next month, Bruce Hornsby will reveal his first album in three years, Absolute Zero. For the effort, the Grammy-winning pianist

Fujiya & Miyagi announce new album, Flashback, share Origins of title track: Stream

Origins is a recurring new music feature which challenges artists to dig into the influences behind their newest track. Throughout

Calexico and Iron & Wine announce collaborative LP, Years to Burn, share “Father Mountain”: Stream

Arizona Americana act Calexico and indie folk stalwart Iron & Wine have announced their first collaborative album, Years to Burn. Due

Vampire Weekend cover Post Malone’s “Sunflower” for BBC: Stream

This May marks the release of Father of the Bride, the long-awaited new album from Vampire Weekend. On Wednesday, the indie

Brutus deliver the anthemic new song “Django”: Stream

The Belgian trio Brutus are back with their sophomore album, Nest, on March 29th, and the band has teamed up

Flume drops new mixtape Hi This Is Flume: Stream

Australian producer Flume (aka Harley Streten) has dropped a new mixtape called Hi This Is Flume, marking his first collection of

Vampire Weekend play Father of the Bride songs live for first time on BBC Radio: Stream

When Ezra Koenig announced the new Vampire Weekend album, Father of the Bride, he promised to release two tracks a month

Amon Amarth announce new album, go berserk in “Raven’s Flight” video: Stream

Sweden’s Amon Amarth will return with their 11th full-length album, Berserker, on May 3rd via Metal Blade. The follow-up to



John Wick kills on a motorcycle with guns and swords in the latest Chapter 3 trailer: Watch

“All this for, what, a puppy?” We’re already less than two months away from the release of John Wick: Chapter

John David Washington, Robert Pattinson to star in Christopher Nolan’s new film [Updated]

Christopher Nolan traditionally aims for the best, and his next film is no exception. According to Variety, BlacKkKlansman star John

Surviving Beastie Boys members announce “Beastie Boys Show” directed by Spike Jonze [Updated]

Surviving Beastie Boys members Adam “Adrock” Horovitz and Michael “Mike D” Diamond will return to the stage in April for

Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood gets an epic first trailer: Watch

At last, the epic first trailer for Quentin Tarantino’s highly anticipated Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood has arrived. Naturally,

John David Washington to star in Christopher Nolan’s new film

Christopher Nolan traditionally aims for the best, and his next film is no exception. According to Variety, BlacKkKlansman star John

Cardi B, Constance Wu, Jennifer Lopez to star in Wall Street stripper thriller Hustlers

In 2016, New York Magazine affiliate The Cut published an article titled “The Hustlers at Scores”, an exploration of a described “modern Robin Hood

Film Review: The Highwaymen Is a Languid, One-Sided Look at the Texas Rangers Who Killed Bonnie and Clyde

The Pitch: Nearly a century after their historic crime wave, Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow still resound as household names, symbols

Natalie Portman takes off for the void in the Lucy in the Sky teaser trailer: Watch

As film technology continues to progress, one of its most consistent uses has been the ability to more faithfully visualize

Toy Story 4 finally gets a full-length trailer, and my heart already hurts: Watch

We’re less than three months away from the June 21st release of Toy Story 4. While most movies at that

Film Review: Jordan Peele’s Us Is Effective Horror That Buckles Under Its Own Ambition

The Pitch: In the briefest of sentences, the four members of the Wilson family (mother Lupita Nyong’o, father Winston Duke,


Ranking Every Mötley Crüe Album From Worst to Best

Welcome to Dissected, where we disassemble a band’s catalog, a director’s filmography, or some other critical pop-culture collection in the abstract.

Ranking and Dissecting Michel Gondry’s Filmography

A forlorn man wants to erase the memory of his ex-lover, and the pseudo-scientific process is depicted through him traversing

Ranking: Every Marvel Movie and TV Show from Worst to Best

This feature originally ran in April 2015 and will be periodically updated and re-published with the latest Marvel releases. Welcome

11 Funniest Moments From This Is Spinal Tap

(Editor’s Note: On the 35th anniversary of the iconic rockumentary This Is Spinal Tap, we are honored to have Marty

The 50 Greatest Rock and Roll Movies of All Time

This article is being revisited in honor of This Is Spinal Tap turning 35 this weekend. I’d argue that it’s

Ranking: Every Weezer Album from Worst to Best

Note: This feature was originally published in October 2014. We’ve updated it with the release of The Black Album. Put

Ranking Every Ozzy Osbourne Solo Album from Worst to Best

Welcome to Dissected, where we disassemble a band’s catalog, a director’s filmography, or some other critical pop-culture collection in the

Weezer’s 10 Best Deep Cuts

Feature photo by Philip Cosores Deep Cuts collects all the forgotten and often hidden gems in a band’s catalogue. This time

Ranking: Every Halloween Movie From Worst to Best

Download | Listen via Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google Play | Stitcher| Podchaser | RSS We’ve packed our bags. We waved goodbye to 45 Lampkin Lane. We’re now about 72

Ranking: Every Green Day Album from Worst to Best

Welcome to Dissected, where we disassemble a band’s catalog, a director’s filmography, or some other critical pop-culture collection in the


Album Review: Avey Tare’s Cows on Hourglass Pond Ranks Among His Best

The Lowdown: If you dig into the records of Animal Collective co-frontman Dave Portner, you’ll soon hit water. It’s the

Album Review: Chief Keef Gets Overshadowed by Zaytoven’s Production on GloToven

The Lowdown: At age 16, Chief Keef didn’t just emerge onto the rap scene; he erupted. During the early 2010s,

Album of the Week: Karen O and Danger Mouse Radiate Warmth and Mystery on the Vibrant Lux Prima

The Lowdown: We are secretly living in an age of great drummers, and Danger Mouse is one of those greats.

Album Review: Flight of the Conchords Woo Ladies and More on Hilarious Live in London

The Lowdown: Flight of the Conchords have never risked overstaying their welcome. Instead, Bret McKenzie and Jemaine Clement have opted

Album Review: Stephen Malkmus Breaks Loose on the Spectacular Groove Denied

The Lowdown: Groove Denied, in its title alone, gets to the heart of the frustrations that so often imbue the

Album Review: Juice WRLD Pumps Like a Heart Out of Rhythm on Death Race for Love

The Lowdown: It’s been nearly a year since the release of Juice WRLD’s debut LP, Goodbye & Good Riddance. It

Album Review: Stella Donnelly Takes the World to Task on Beware of the Dogs

The Lowdown: Stella Donnelly is a virtual newcomer to the musical scene, but Beware of the Dogs, a glimmering yet

Album Review: Pond’s Ode to Australia Doubles as a Trippy Space Odyssey

The Lowdown: In 2019, patriotism can come from some pretty strange places. Australian psychedelic rock wonders Pond have shown their

Classic Album Review: Wilco Persevere on Unlikely Masterpiece Summerteeth

Wilco’s Summerteeth is often overlooked simply due to the gravity of the album it preceded. Yankee Hotel Foxtrot is the

Album Review: Alice Phoebe Lou Finds Her True Self on the Intoxicating Paper Castles

The Lowdown: Alice Phoebe Lou is somewhat of a real-life sprite, a roaming, wanderlust-filled musician who spent her formative years


David Lynch announces Festival of Disruption NYC 2019 lineup, with Garbage, Phoebe Bridgers, and Justin Theroux

David Lynch’s Festival of Disruption is returning to New York City in 2019. The two-day event goes down at Brooklyn Steel

Phil Collins announces 2019 US tour dates

Phil Collins is still alive and well. Thus, he’s expanded his “Still Not Dead Yet Tour” with a new leg

Bruce Hornsby announces US summer tour

Grammy-winning pianist and songwriter Bruce Hornsby is on the verge of releasing a new album dubbed, Absolute Zero. His first full-length

KAABOO Del Mar 2019: Kings of Leon, Mumford & Sons, Dave Matthews Band to headline

With a massively successful expansion to the Caymans behind them and a launch in Texas ahead, the organizers behind KAABOO

20 Essential SXSW Acts to Catch on Tour This Spring

We made it. SXSW 2019 is in the books, along with new chapters in the careers of the thousands of

Oh Sees announce fall 2019 North American tour

Are Oh Sees ever not doing something? After releasing their latest album, Smote Reverser, last summer, John Dwyer and co. reissued their

Vivid LIVE: The Cure, Jónsi and Alex Somers, Dirty Three to stage exclusive performances at Australian festival

Vivid LIVE is an annual series of events taking place between May 24th and June 15th at the Sydney Opera

Phantom Planet announce first public performance in seven years

Back in January, Phantom Planet played a secret show in Beverley Hills, which marked their first known performance since 2012.

Monsta X reveal details of upcoming American tour

South Korean boy band Monsta X are set to embark on their “We Are Here World Tour”. An American leg, including

Maggie Rogers expands 2019 tour schedule

At the start of the year, Maggie Rogers arrived with her debut full-length album, Heard It in a Past Life.

TV Shows

HBO sets premiere date for Deadwood movie, reveals first trailer: Watch

HBO’s long-in-the-works Deadwood movie is finally ready for airing. A new trailer offers our first look at the upcoming feature-length film,

Amazon’s The Dark Tower series casts The Gunslinger and The Man in Black

It’s fitting that Stephen King’s The Dark Tower series is cyclical. After all, we’re only two years removed from Sony’s

11 Theories on Stranger Things Season 3

Nobody knew it’d take this long. When we all finished bingeing the second season of Stranger Things, very few could

At last! Stranger Things season 3 trailer has arrived: Watch

The gap between season two and season three of Stranger Things has been brutal. It’s not only been over a

Americans believe SNL has gotten “too political,” according to new poll

Ever since all that weird stuff happened in November 2016, Saturday Night Live has found itself plunged into a bit of an

The final six Game of Thrones episodes will average over 70 minutes in length

Say it aloud with us: Game of Thrones is almost over. After eight years, HBO’s fantasy mega-hit will call it a day,

The Simpsons showrunner Al Jean believes Michael Jackson used episode to “groom” boys

Last week it was announced that The Simpsons episode featuring Michael Jackson would be removed from circulation in the wake

TV Review: Arrested Development Finishes Off Season 5 With a Whimper

(Note: The following review covers the final eight episodes of Arrested Development‘s fifth season.) The Pitch: Following up on the events from

Spotify now offering Hulu for free to premium subscribers

As the market continues to flood with a growing number of music, TV, and film streaming options, it’s going to

Taika Waititi set to write and direct Time Bandits pilot for Apple

Taika Waititi clearly isn’t letting all of that Thor: Ragnarok clout go to waste. In addition to his work on the first


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