Actor and executive producer Chris Pratt explains why his brother-in-law, Patrick Schwarzenegger, was perfect for a role in Pratt’s latest project, “The Terminal List.” (June 23)

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Recognise Hopper’s sword in the Stranger Things season 4 finale? David Harbour blows fans’ minds with behind-the-scenes secret

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Hacker claims major Chinese citizens' data theft

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