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Nick Robinson starts in Love, Simon — a high-school-set tale of social media, first love, and coming out. Ben Rothstein/20th Century Fox hide caption

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A Gay Teen Romance, Sealed With A Peck: 'Love, Simon'

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Storm Reid is Meg Murry in A Wrinkle In Time. Atsushi Nishijima/Walt Disney Pictures hide caption

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Oprah In The Sky, With Wisdom: The Earnest, Imaginative 'A Wrinkle In Time'

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Comedian John Hodgman at the 20th Annual Webby Awards in New York. Andy Kropa/Invision/AP hide caption

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John Hodgman And The Three Wildernesses Of 'Vacationland'

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"Love the dress." "Thanks. Yours too." "Oh, this old thing? I just threw it on." Varys (Conleth Hill) and Melisandre (Carice van Houten) in "The Queen's Justice." HBO hide caption

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"I was really hoping for more of an open-plan kitchen.": Daenerys (Emilia Clarke), Tyrion (Peter Dinklage), Yara (Gemma Whelan) and Ellaria (Indira Varma) prepare to go House hunting in "Stormborn." Helen Sloane/HBO hide caption

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Purple, Prose: The new book Nabokov's Favorite Word is Mauve subjects thousands of books to statistical analysis. NPR Multimedia/AP Photo hide caption

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'Nabokov's Favorite Word Is Mauve' Crunches The (Literary) Numbers

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Writer Neil Gaiman attends a screening of Coraline during the Entertainment Weekly CapeTown Film Festival at the Egyptian Theatre on May 5, 2013. Michael Buckner/Getty for Entertainment Weekly hide caption

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Pop Culture Happy Hour's picks for 2016 include The New Yorker profile of Leslie Jones, Fleabag on Amazon, musician Mitski and HBO's Veep. Valerie Macon/AFP/Getty Images, Courtesy of Amazon, Ben Gabbe/Getty Images, Lacey Terrell/HBO hide caption

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Pop Culture Happy Hour: 2016 Favorites And Unfinished Business

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Kate McKinnon accepts the award for outstanding supporting actress in a comedy series for Saturday Night Live at the 68th Primetime Emmy Awards last Sunday. Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP hide caption

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Pop Culture Happy Hour: Emmys, Comedy And Your Spooky Grandpa

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