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Maybe this show is not diverging from the books, after all.
On Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events Season 1 Episode 7 and Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events Season 1 Episode 8, the children got closer to the truth as they found themselves working in the Lucky Smells Lumber Mill.
That floored me. The kids walking towards that yellow door definitely made me think we were getting to watch the reunion play out.
However, the constant sense of dread that seeps from every single scene of the show should have sent alarm bells ringing as soon as it was "revealed" that they were alive.
In the grand scheme of things, it made sense because it helped set up the plot at Prufrock Preparatory School for both the Baudelaires and the Quagmires. »
- Paul Dailly
If you’ve been counting down the days until Fifty Shades Darker hits theaters and have had Taylor Swift and Zayn Malik’s new song for the film, “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever” playing on repeat, you’ll be interested in this news. Dakota Johnson (a.k.a. Anastasia Steele) landed Vogue‘s February cover and talks about – what else – those nude scenes.
Since Fifty Shades of Grey debuted in 2015, she’s been a style star to watch on the red carpet. But one of the reasons her performance was so attention-grabbing was the lack of clothes she wore during the film. »
- Colleen Kratofil
Next week, Lemony Snicket fans finally get the chance to see if Netflix’s A Series of Unfortunate Events lives up to their lofty expectations. While our full review is embargoed until Wednesday, we can tell you that you’re in for a visually arresting series, as highlighted in this newest teaser trailer.
The 30-second promo, which promptly features Patrick Warburton’s Snicket, warns viewers of the “distributed plots, villainous frightful deeds and an absurd amount of childhood endangerment” that are laced throughout this latest streaming-friendly program. “Do you really want to sit through every horrid episode,” Snicket asks? “Be a dear and look away.” Whether you heed that advice or not is up to you, but it does, once again, showcases the self-deprecating and highly self-aware dialogue and comedy found throughout the new Ya adaptation.
- Will Ashton
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