Whether taking in art or making it ourselves, long stays at home during the COVID-19 pandemic may lead to a new appreciation of the arts.
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"Social media affect viewers because they speak to our natural tendency to follow the crowd—a phenomenon that scholars describe as the 'bandwagon effect.'"
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A new report debunks the Hollywood myth that films with female or underrepresented minority lead actors tend to perform worse at the box office.
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An expert on Rainier Maria Rilke offers his take on why the Austrian poet and novelist's words resonate, particularly in films like the new "Jojo Rabbit."
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Could icy Hoth really exist? How about the iconic double suns of Tatooine? Experts on planetary formation, processes, and habitability discuss the science of Star Wars.
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How do teen brains react to movie violence? It depends on whether the violence is justified or not, according to new research.
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Rather than use dozens of cameras to capture an actor's motion to turn it into animation, a new method would only need two drones and a laptop.
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