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“The Batman” starring Robert Pattinson will be released on March 4th and is one of the most anticipated movies of this spring.

Get your popcorn ready: movie releases to await this year

By Paige Tasin, Assistant Arts Editor February 15, 2022

From blockbuster superhero movies to creative thriller films, here is a guide to the movies worth getting excited about in 2022. “Uncharted” (release date: February 18) “Uncharted” is an...

One of the movie posters for In The Heights featuring Anthony Ramos, previously known for his role in the Broadway musical Hamilton. The film adaptation of the Tony award winning musical will come out on June 11 in theaters and on HBO Max.

End of the school year watchlist: upcoming shows and movies to look forward to

By Olivia Yasharoff, Editor in Chief May 30, 2021

While WCHS students are battling through AP exams and a plethora of end of the year assignments, it can be hard to find the light at the end of the tunnel. Luckily, there are a bunch of upcoming TV shows...

During the summer, the best trips can often be taken through a good book. With these five titles set to be published from June to August of this upcoming summer, there will be no shortage of books of all genres, authors, and perspectives to be a window into all kinds of different worlds.

Books to look forward to this summer

By Ha-Yeon Jeon May 30, 2021

Dr. Seuss once said, “The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.” Especially during this past year, when everyone has been stuck at...

Various streaming platforms are gearing up for a big movie-watching year ahead, including Netflix, DisneyPlus, and HBO Max.

The best 2021 upcoming movie releases to watch at home

By Sylvia Thomson, Assistant Social Media Manager January 20, 2021

New year, new movies! Even though 2020 has ended, that does not mean that the pandemic has ended with it. People should still be staying home and practicing the necessary safety precautions, but with these...

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