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Debate over ‘Hogwarts Legacy’ game challenges ‘Harry Potter’ fans

The decision on whether or not to play has become a moral question: Can fans support "Hogwarts Legacy" while also condemning Rowling's comments on transgender people?
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Amid calls for a boycott, 'Hogwarts Legacy' controversy questions what it means to be a 'Harry Potter' fan Click to view images

'Hogwarts Legacy,' a new video game set before the events of the 'Harry Potter' books, was released amid calls to boycott the title because it would support author J.K. Rowling and her views on the trans community. For some gamers, the decision on whether or not to play has become a moral question.

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Network TV continues its love affair with untrue crime with trio of addictive new shows Click to view images

The winter season has added a few new untrue crime shows to the broadcast catalog: 'The Company You Keep,' 'Will Trent' and 'Alert: Missing Persons Unit.'

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Rapper Ice-T feels the love at Hollywood Walk of Fame: 'You are indeed the real O.G.' Click to view images

'Law & Order' franchise producer Dick Wolf, 'Law & Order: SVU' co-star Mariska Hargitay and Public Enemy rapper Chuck D were on hand to honor Ice-T.

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The timely setups in the 'Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania' credits scenes are anything but small Click to view images

Ready for spoilers? Here's the scoop on the scenes squeezed between the credits of 'Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania.'

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Chic or cartoonish? Here's what to know about Hollywood's love of those big red boots Click to view images

From Janelle Monáe to Diplo, oversize red boots by New York art collective MSCHF are the centerpiece of celebrity closets this season.

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Why Gillian Flynn launched her book imprint with a debut noir about a rebel nun Click to view images

Margot Douaihy's 'Scorched Grace' is a dark love song to Catholicism and New Orleans and a thriller after writer-publisher Gillian Flynn's heart.

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Did Johnny Knoxville just leak the location for Season 3 of 'White Lotus'? Click to view images

Actor Johnny Knoxville might have slipped up in a new interview with Vulture and revealed the next location of HBO's hit series 'The White Lotus.'

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