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Assistant Arts & Entertainment Editor
[email protected] | Jesse Weiner (21C) is from Ambler, Pa., and plans to major in something someday. In addition to the Wheel, he is a trip leader for Outdoor Emory and the social programming chair for Complex Hall. He spends his free time watching movies and debating their merits with the Wheel's film critic, challenging others to games of ping pong and updating his country music playlist.

After the grim, jaw-dropping ending of May’s “Avengers: Infinity War,” it was only appropriate for Marvel’s next installment to be a small-scale, lighthearted romp where giant ants play drums and ...

I have to admit, I wasn’t the biggest fan of 2016’s R-rated superhero sensation “Deadpool.” Sure, it was a refreshing new brand of superhero film, but Ryan Reynolds’ shtick quickly ...

The highly anticipated third Avengers film is a spectacle on the scale of no other superhero flick. During its lengthy two hour and 30 minute runtime, the film brings the ...

You look in the mirror, but you don’t like what you see. You scroll through Instagram, but all you see are people whom you long to look like. You have ...

Rappers Lil Yachty and Desiigner performed at the April 14 Dooley’s Ball concert, attracting a crowd of about 2,600 people, according to Student Programming Council (SPC) President Tamara Ezzat (18B). ...

In the post-credits scene of 2008’s “Iron Man,” Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) teased that Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.) was “part of a bigger universe.” With that single line ...

It is all too appropriate that the day before Super Bowl LII, Theater Emory recited a story about the Patriot family and their dynasty. Indeed, just like the football team ...

The transition from music to the the silver screen may seem daunting, but Nick Jonas said he’s had a “warm welcome” into the world of cinema, and he doesn’t plan ...

A janitor at a government laboratory befriends an amphibian creature. If you pitched that idea to most directors, they likely would have thought it too strange. But most directors are ...