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[email protected] | Jesse Weiner (21C) is from Ambler, Pa., and plans to major in Business and History. In addition to the Wheel, he is a trip leader for Outdoor Emory and the housing chair for Delta Tau Delta fraternity. He spends his free time watching movies and debating their merits with the Wheel's film critic, cheering on the Miami Marlins and updating his country music playlist.

There are few shows that represent 21st-century culture quite like “Dear Evan Hansen.” The musical phenomenon, which hit Broadway in 2016 and took home six Tony Awards (including Best Musical), ...

As you brace for “Avengers: Endgame” to hit theaters, you’ve likely found your footing in one of two camps: Either you’re clenching your opening weekend tickets and hoping that the ...

Everybody loves to trash-talk DC films, and these critics are mostly justified. After all, DC’s repertoire is filled with embarrassments —  from the mishmashed “Suicide Squad” to the mediocre “Justice ...

At this point in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) — after 21 films and almost three phases — the standard has been raised higher than the 93-story Avengers Tower. That’s ...

“Les Miserables” has been a beloved theater mainstay for more than 30 years, and it’s not hard to see why. The iconic musical has all the components of a successful ...

When it comes to contemporary animation, Dreamworks’ “How to Train Your Dragon” franchise has dominated the non-Pixar market. The trilogy, which follows Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III (Jay Baruchel) and his ...

It was six nights before the 2019 Super Bowl, one of the largest sporting events of the year, and the host city of Atlanta was amped up and ready to ...

Legendary director Robert Zemeckis has tackled time travel, trains to the North Pole and tightrope walkers, but now he’s going smaller in more ways than one. His newest flick, “Welcome ...

The Rocky franchise is entering its 42nd year and, like people in their 40s, is starting to feel its age. “Creed II,” the sequel to 2015’s critical hit “Creed,” continues ...