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  • Anthony Martial’s Return Could Revive Manchester United’s Season

    The French striker has come to embody the quick and fluid football Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wants to play at Old Trafford.

    Forbes
  • Blumhouse’s ‘Black Christmas’ Gets a Surprise PG-13 Rating — Here’s Why

    Blumhouse and Universal Pictures' upcoming Black Christmas is back in the headlines after the rating for the holiday horror flick about a group of sorority sisters terrorized by a masked killer was revealed. This latest Black Christmas is written by April Wolfe, directed by Sophia Takal (V/H/S), and stars Imogen Poots. Previous Black Christmas versions include the first from 1974 starring Margot Kidder and the 2006 version starring Mary Elizabeth Winstead. [caption id="attachment_848610"...

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  • How bad will Chidi’s stomachache get on tonight’s The Good Place?

    Here’s what’s happening in the world of television for Thursday, November 7. All times are Eastern. Read more

    TV Club
  • Bournemouth’s Joshua King brings end to Manchester United’s revival

    At the end of a week when Ole Gunnar Solskjær talked up the strides Manchester United have of late, a first defeat in four matches brought his side back to reality with a thud. This was even more galling for Solskjær given it was Joshua King, the Bournemouth striker once a pupil of his in United’s reserves, who inflicted this latest wound. While on the books at Old Trafford as a teenager, King opened his ears to perfect the killer instinct synonymous with Solskjær’s playing days in finishing...

    the Guardian