Over the summer, I spent a long time reading and fully taking in Joan Didion's memoir, The Year of Magical Thinking. This book is Joan Didion’s narration of the year succeeding her husband’s death. The death of Didion’s husband, the writer John Gregory Dunne, led to a year greatly summarized by grief. The book outlines how Didion attempts to cope with the grief caused by the death of her husband while providing treatment for her daughter, Quintana’s severe illness. Didion copes with her grief the same way she has her whole life-- through her own writing. However, what makes this instance any different?
On January 15th, the Spider-Man: Far From Home trailer released and with it came the beginnings of a shocking romance. No, we’re not talking about Peter and MJ or Ned and Betty. We’re talking about Aunt May and Tony Stark’s bodyguard and head of security, Happy Hogan.
Many fans of the hit series, Friends, were shocked when Netflix announced the show’s departure from the multi billion dollar streaming site, as of January 1st, 2019. Fans were in an uproar, fearing that they would no longer be able to binge watch their go to show in the new year.
Looking back at 2018, it’s clear that queen of pop, Ariana Grande has had an insanely tough year, and has definitely expressed that through her new music. She’s been under fire, and on an emotional roller coaster ever since her concert in Manchester, UK, of 2017, where there was a suicide bombing attack, that killed 22 of her fans.
Famous movie franchises like Star Wars and Marvel break box office charts every year but some new and unknown movies that aren’t released in theaters, get millions of views in their first day of being released. How do those movies become so popular so fast?
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