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It didn’t take long for the WandaVision faithful to become haters of Director Tyler Hayward. The jury was still out in E4 but by E5 we collectively saw Hayward as kind of an ass who was condescending, rude and likely a future antagonist with a suspicious agenda. To date, this theory has come full circle with poor decisions, the portrayal of a typical Military Industrial Complex attitude in the form of an attempted assassination attempt of our favorite witch and the ex-communication of the only three agents who have thus far proved helpful. That is to say nothing of his cruel, albeit strategic behavior toward Wanda upon his first meeting as seen in the most recent flashback episode of Wandavision: Previously On. Unfortunately, there is likely even more life to our hatred of Hayward in the E9 conclusion coming this Thursday.

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Kings of Leon is breaking new ground in the digital world with the release of the band’s upcoming album, When You See Yourself.

According to a report from CNBC, the band will be releasing the album as an NFT, short for non-fungible token. NFTs, for those not in the know, are described as “crypto collectibles,” with ownership recorded on a blockchain, “a digital ledger similar to the networks that underpin bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies… each NFT is unique and acts as a collector’s item that can’t be duplicated, making them rare by design.”

Kings of Leon are one of the first musical acts to delve into the world of NFTs, and will be offering the new album as vinyl record that also includes a digital download and digital token, priced at $50.

RELATED: Watch: Kings Of Leon’s ‘Echoing’ Music Video From Upcoming Album

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Because the shot uses cell lines descended from those taken from aborted fetuses four decades ago.

Catholic Bishops are advising people against getting one of the Covid vaccines because of its connection to aborted fetuses.

The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops released a statement on Tuesday raising issues with the Johnson & Johnson shot in particular.

“The approval of Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine for use in the United States again raises questions about the moral permissibility of using vaccines developed, tested, and/or produced with the help of abortion-derived cell lines,” it said.

According to Bishop Kevin C. Rhoades, chairman of the Committee on Doctrine, and Archbishop Joseph F. Naumann, chairman of the Committee on Pro-Life Activities, Pfizer and Moderna’s vaccines raised concerns because an abortion-derived cell line was used for testing them — but not in their production, like the J&J one.

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The phrase “shows no signs of slowing down” is almost an inside joke between music journalists at this point, but every so often, it bears truth. Subsidia, the new label launched by Excision in late 2020, dropped an astounding 120 tracks in its initial launch, and each collection has released at least two more volumes, with the exception of Dawn, which is still on its second. (Though you can be sure to expect the next one soon enough.)

Dusk: Vol. 3 just dropped today with 17 new tracks representing the wonkier bass side of the label, featuring names like Ruvlo, Ray Volpe, Blvk Sheep, MIRR.IMG, Carbin, and smaller names like Tabe B, UHNK, Xinister, ZIZI, and others.

Once again, Subsidia (and, by extension, Excision) demonstrates its devotion to uncovering smaller artists and featuring them on the label along with known names.

Check out Dusk: Vol. 3 below!

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Not so fast! Olivia Rodrigo revealed that she barely knows Sabrina Carpenter despite claims that she wrote her hit song “Drivers License” about her and Joshua Bassett.

Everything We Know About Olivia Rodrigo's Drama With Joshua and Sabrina

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“I actually don’t know her at all,” Rodrigo, 18, said during the Tuesday, March 2, episode of Radio.com Live! “I think we’ve met once or twice in passing, but I’ve never had a conversation with her.”

When asked whether the Bizaardvark alum would write a rebuttal song to Carpenter’s alleged clapback track, “Skin,” Rodrigo denied that any of her music was about the Girl Meets World alum, 21, and Bassett, 20.

Olivia Rodrigo and Sabrina Carpenter. Mark Von Holden/Invision/AP/Shutterstock; Evan Agostini/Invision/AP/Shutterstock

“I don’t think I could write a song that was meaningful or emotional about somebody that I don’t know,” she said. “I think artists should … Read more