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Devan Coggan

Devan Coggan (rhymes with seven slogan) is a staff writer at Entertainment Weekly. Most of her personality is just John Mulaney quotes and Lord of the Rings references.

Olivia Rodrigo and Lil Nas X will appear as musical guests
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After a recent hiatus, the show is set to return for three back-to-back episodes
The show centers on Jeremy Renner’s ace archer Clint Barton, with Hailee Steinfeld reportedly joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe as his young bow-wielding protégée Kate Bishop
The series has found its Kamala Khan
'Orphan Black' star Tatiana Maslany is Marvel's She-Hulk
Muppet Babies on Disney Junior is finally returning the fan-favorite twins to the playroom
"We'll find new ways to make it even cooler," Tom Holland said at PEOPLE and Entertainment Weekly’s studio backstage at Disney’s D23
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In many ways, Karyn Kusama’s Destroyer calls to mind typical Hollywood noir: It centers on a troubled LAPD detective who’s investigating a devastating case that blurs the line between personal and professional.
All four actresses behind Widows stopped by People and EW’s TIFF studio on Saturday to talk about the film’s brutal but empowering story.
Jamie Lee Curtis on three generations of Halloween women taking back the horror movie narrative
Jacob Tremblay does his homework, even when it proves… tiresome
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“We wrote a song for this year’s Oscars that was overly ambitious (expensive and a logistical nightmare) so it wasn’t produced,” the band explained on Twitter
Paul Thomas Anderson’s Phantom Thread has been making headlines for being Daniel Day-Lewis’s last film before his planned retirement from acting
Dwayne Johnson is BFFs with a giant gorilla in the first Rampage trailer
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The New York premiere of Louis C.K.’s upcoming film I Love You, Daddy has been canceled, EW has confirmed
Laura Dern gave fans a look at her Star Wars: The Last Jedi character Vice Admiral Amilyn Holdo
After singer Björk accused an unnamed Danish director of sexual harassment, Lars von Trier — who directed the singer in 2000’s Dancer in the Dark — is denying the claim.