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The Casual Marvel Fan’s Guide to WandaVision Episode 5

The Casual Marvel Fan’s Guide to WandaVision Episode 5

AdvertisementAdvertisementAdvertisementThis article contains spoilers for the first five episodes of .Let’s start with the biggest question. What was the deal with “Pietro” at the end of the episode?That was Evan Peters reprising his role as the late Pietro Maximoff, Wanda’s brother, but—and here’s the twist—it’s not the Pietro Maximoff we’ve seen in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The MCU’s Pietro, played by Aaron Taylor-Johnson, died in . Wanda has not only brought him back to life but changed franchises, reconstituting the version of Pietro/Quicksilver from Fox’s X-Men movies. She can do...

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How a Deranged “Cat Wreath” Brought Our Neighborhood Facebook Page Together for the Holidays

How a Deranged “Cat Wreath” Brought Our Neighborhood Facebook Page Together for the Holidays

AdvertisementAdvertisementAdvertisementOn Nov. 13, a photographer and “catfluencer” in Langenfeld, Germany, posted . Using cardboard, Christmas tree ornaments, and glue, the user known as made a festive wreath sized for a feline head. Then he staged a cat photo shoot, soundtracked it to “It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas,” and earned himself a viral hit: 8.4 million plays and counting.One of the millions of people who saw furryfritz’s TikTok was a D.C. resident named Gretchen Gramer, who decided to make her own version of the cat wreath. She used bows, not ornaments; she took some...

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An Interview With Willie Nelson at 87: “I Didn’t Ever Think I’d Get This Old”

An Interview With Willie Nelson at 87: “I Didn’t Ever Think I’d Get This Old”

AdvertisementAdvertisementAdvertisementAs part of Slate’s project on the , we spoke to some members of the list to reflect on aging, work, and life in their ninth decade and beyond. Willie Nelson, 87, is an iconic singer-songwriter and one of the originators of outlaw country music. His latest album, First Rose of Spring, is his 70th; his 71st, the Frank Sinatra tribute That’s Life, will be released in February. Slate spoke with Nelson by phone last week. The conversation has been edited and condensed for clarity.AdvertisementJonathan L. Fischer: A lot of your songs that I love have the...

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