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Bringing Girlboss and Female Entrepreneurs to Netflix

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Let’s hear it for the girls! The Netflix show Girlboss came out April 21 and we finally binged the first season and loved it. Full of vintage clothes, salty language and lots of badass antics; it has a punk rock vibe that’s instantly addictive. Check out the trailer and just try not to get pumped, if you haven’t checked it out yet: Girlboss stars The Longest Ride’s Britt Robertson as Sophia Marlowe, a down-on-her-luck, punk rock-style chick who’s trying to scrape by in San Francisco in the early 2000s. When Sophia “flips” a vintage jacket, netting her hundreds of dollars, it becomes the start of a growing business where she peddles second-hand clothing through Ebay, and later her own website. Crass,…

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Exclusive! The Secret Circle’s Andrew Miller Talks Heartbreaking Cancellation – and a Spinoff?!

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I can all too vividly remember when The Secret Circle was canceled by The CW—and I’m still bitter as hell about it. The show premiered in 2011 and was full of magic and drama. It not only kept me hooked but had a stellar cast (and executive producer) as well. When it came time for a renewal, the fans flocked to Twitter to wait for the network’s decision. That’s when the sh*t hit the fan. A media outlet falsely reported that the show had gotten picked up for a second season and joy turned to heartbreak when, minutes later, the announcement was corrected to say the show was axed from The CW’s lineup. Despite irate fans, and a robust “Save The Secret Circle” campaign, the teen…

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7 Things you need to know about Tomorrowland

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You may not be going to Walt Disney World this summer, but Disney World is coming to you—or, more accurately, to a theater near you, in the form of the sci-fi, action-adventure film Tomorrowland.  The title, of course, is borrowed from the themed land so familiar to us all at the Disney parks around the world. In the movie, the title refers to a mystical realm hidden somewhere in time and space, a land whose secrets teen science whiz Casey Newton (Britt Robertson) and jaded former boy-genius-turned-inventor Frank Walker (George Clooney) attempt to unearth. Do you really need to know anything beyond that before you see the movie? Disney. Clooney. Sci-fi action adventure. Nope, I’m good. Pass the popcorn. Still,…

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