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Welcome to 2015. Hopefully it’s better than 2014, which was not bad, but also not great. But maybe the pop culture this year won’t be any different from last year. How much can we really change in a year? Let’s start by asking a different question:
How far have we actually come in a decade? Let’s look back at 2005.
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In 2005, the biggest movie of the year was Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith. This year, the biggest movie of the year will be...Star Wars: The Force Awakens, probably. And another of 2005’s biggest movies of the year was Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie’s Mr. & Mrs. Smith. In 2015, we’ll watch Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie again in By the Sea (which Jolie directed).
But mostly, looking back, the biggest movies of 2005 are a blueprint for 2016: In 2005, we »
Television remembered the passing and legacies of two trailblazing media figures on Sunday. Espn began the day informing its viewers that Stuart Scott, one of the most distinctive voices in sports broadcasting, had died from cancer at the age of 49. Scott anchored SportsCenter with the intensity and flair of a natural born emcee trying to win a showcase, narrating highlight packages with an up-tempo flow of inspired metaphors, dense, rhythmic, unpredictable sentences, and calculated punctuations like “Boo-ya!” that became catchphrases. He was brainy but not pretentious, sincere but no fool, and as Daniel Fienberg notes, he deviated sharply from the »
- Jeff Jensen
2 items from 2015
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