Glen Weldon Glen Weldon is a regular panelist on NPR's Pop Culture Happy Hour podcast. He also reviews books and movies for NPR.org and is a contributor to NPR's pop culture blog Monkey See, where he posts weekly about comics and comics culture.
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The second season of Netflix's American Vandal uses several true-crime techniques, like this moody reenactment, to explore its fake-crime story. Netflix hide caption

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(Clockwise from top left) Steve Carell, Timothee Chalamet, Christian Convery, Oakley Bull and Maura Tierney star in Beautiful Boy, which is featured at the Toronto International Film Festival. TIFF hide caption

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(From left) Julia Roberts in Homecoming; Jim Carrey in Kidding; Maya Rudolph in Forever; and Lil Rel Howery in Rel. Tod Campbell/Amazon Prime; Erica Parise/SHOWTIME; Colleen Hayes/Amazon Prime; Ray Mickshaw/FOX; hide caption

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In What Keeps You Alive, Jackie (Hannah Emily Anderson) and Jules (Brittany Allen) head to a cabin in the woods and everything works out fine, because nothing bad ever happens in cabins in the woods. IFC Midnight hide caption

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(Clockwise From Top): The demon Luci (Eric Andre), the elf Elfo (Nat Faxon) and the princess Bean (Abbi Jacobson) head into the woods in Disenchantment. Netflix hide caption

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What's Included In The Latest MoviePass Plan To Save Its Business

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Oscar statues are seen backstage during the 88th Annual Academy Awards at Dolby Theatre on February 28, 2016 in Hollywood, California. Christopher Polk/Getty Images hide caption

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Changes Are Coming To The Oscars

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"Girls! Girls! Giii-iirls!" (Clockwise from top): Nancy McKeon as Jo, Mindy Cohn as Natalie, Charlotte Rae as Mrs. Garrett, Lisa Whelchel as Blair, Kim Fields Tootie. Frank Carroll/NBC via Getty Images hide caption

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Electric Waterloo: (L to R) Young Tanya (Jessica Keenan Wynn), Young Donna (Lily James) and Young Rosie (Alexa Davies) feel the beat from the tambourine, oh yeah, in Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again. Jonathan Prime/Universal Pictures hide caption

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Cover of Captain Atom #78 (December 1965). Co-created by Steve Ditko, the nuclear-powered hero left a wake of ... stars? Sparkles? Glitter? ... in his fabulous wake. Glen Weldon/Private Collection hide caption

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