SATURDAY AM UPDATE: If you remember going back to last August, before Tenet‘s intentions to restart the box office, there were a few targeted demo movies leading up to that film’s release, i.e. Solstice Studios’ Unhinged and Disney/20th’s New Mutants. Those movies were expected to grease the wheels before a tentpole opening. True, that big B.O. debut
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by Kristin Hannah ‧ RELEASE DATE: Feb. 9, 2021 The miseries of the Depression and Dust Bowl years shape the destiny of a Texas family. “Hope is a coin I carry: an American penny, given to me by a man I came to love. There were times in my journey when I felt as if
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May 14, 2021 4 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Humans seem hardwired to consume and enjoy stories. Fictional stories shape the way we think, affect how we act and influence our choices.  One study revealed that “good storytelling” increased cooperation within a Filipino hunter-gatherer population. And Alexander the Great slept with a
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Diana: The Musical will be back on Broadway earlier than expected: Producers have moved up the show’s return to the Longacre Theatre by a month. Previews now begin Tuesday, November 2, with opening night set for Wednesday, November 17. As previously announced, Diana: The Musical will premiere as a special presentation on Netflix on Friday,
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Photography by Getty ImagesAn early 2000s-inspired look complete with temporary glitter tattoos, tropical prints, shell necklaces and flouncy minis is the latest Y2K look gaining popularity on TikTok. By Natalie Michie Date May 14, 2021 Facebook Twitter Tropical prints, temporary glitter tattoos, halter tops. Ever wanted to relive those early aughts fashion choices — judgment-free?
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Often, executives unknowingly encounter (and find themselves existing in) a success paradox where there are more responsibilities, more expectations, more pressure, more stress, but less time available for themselves. This paradox, of course, leads to exhaustion. But executives aren’t executives by accident. They’ve climbed this trajectory of success because they’re brilliant, relentless, and most importantly,
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Companies are created, expanded, allowed to wither and die or get revived by their leaders. Walmart started to digitize in 2001, but those efforts didn’t go anywhere until Doug McMillon became CEO in 2014. Microsoft was treading water until Satya Nadella took over. Larry Page and Sergey Brin created a new competitive field. So did
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