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Emma Stone & Andrew Garfield Could Very Possibly Be On Again…

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Old love never dies, does it??

It appears as though former flames Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield may be rekindling their once highly profiled relationship. This update comes after the La La Land actress was spotted at several productions of Garfield's play, Angels In America, at London's National Theatre.

Related: Dylan Sprouse Weighs In On Those Pesky Cheating Allegations!

Reportedly, the Oscar winner has been seen sneaking into

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Millie Bobby Brown's Family Hasn't Seen Stranger Things!

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Millie Bobby Brown isn't just the breakout star of Stranger Things, she may become one of the youngest Emmy winners ever for her outstanding work on the Netflix hit.

And yet, her siblings haven't even seen episode one!

Photos: Emmy Nominations 2017 — Snubs & Surprises!

On Thursday night, MBB stopped by The Late Show where she explained to Stephen Colbert that her brother and two sisters don't even watch the show.

And ready for another shocker? She hasn't seen it either!

Ch-ch-check out the HIGHlariously unexpected interview (below)!

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RANK: What Netflix Shows Are YOU Watching??

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Netflix has some of the most watched original shows in all of television right now. We think.

In truth, because the streaming giant doesn't release their numbers, we don't actually have any official ratings.

So we thought we'd ask you, our Perezcious readers, what YOU'RE watching at the moment!

Video: First Trailer For Netflix's True Crime Spoof Series American Vandal!

Are you chomping at the bit for more upside down on Stranger Things? Losing yourself in the fake crooked presidency of House Of Cards? Or loving the retro wrestling comedy GLOW?

Maybe all three? Tell us what you're binging (below):

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A Karate Kid TV Sequel Is Happening On YouTube & People Aren't Sure What To Think About It

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Time for another wax job already?

YouTube Red seems to think so, as the subscription service just ordered a sequel series set to follow the characters of The Karate Kid!

Original stars Ralph Macchio and William Zabka will reprise their roles as hero underdog Daniel LaRusso and blonde bully Johnny Lawrence in the 10-episode series, Cobra Kai!

The half-hour comedy will take place three decades after the events of the 1984 All Valley Karate Tournament — but it won't just be centering around Daniel-san.

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The series will revolve a down-on-his-luck Johnny who reopens the infamous Cobra Kai dojo, reigniting his rivalry with a now-successful Daniel. But without the wisdom of his mentor Mr. Miyagi (the late Pat Morita), the former underdog has demons of his own to battle.

Cobra Kai is YouTube Red's attempt to take a crack at an older audience — though not everyone is ready to bow down just yet.

Based on the initial reactions, people weren't quite sure how to feel about the revival. Most were intrigued, but not necessarily enough to start paying for YouTube's ($10 a month!) subscription service. You couldn't jump on this, Netflix?

See what people had to say about the news (below) — and share your own thoughts!

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Laugh Your Ass Off With The First Trailer For Netflix's True Crime Spoof Series American Vandal!

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Seriously… who drew the dicks??

On Thursday, Netflix released the first trailer for its new crime satire show American Vandal, which explores the potential innocence of high school senior Dylan Maxwell who was accused of drawing obscene imagery on 27 faculty cars. Think Making A Murderer… but funny!

Related: Netflix Announces Stranger Things Season Two Release!

The hilarious eight-episode half-hour series was created by Tony Yacenda and Dan Perrault, while Dan Lagana serves as the showrunner.

The cast of newcomers includes Tyler Alvarez, Griffin Gluck, Jimmy Tatro, Camille Hyde, ​Eduardo Franco, Jessica Juarez, Lou Wilson, Camille Ramsey​, Calum Worthy,​ and G. Hannelius.​

The new comedy premieres September 15. In the meantime, ch-ch-check out the trailer (below)!

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The Harrowing Trailer For Angelina Jolie's First They Killed My Father Is HERE!

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Angelina Jolie is shedding light on one of the world's darkest times.

In the trailer released by Netflix on Wednesday for First They Killed My Father – co-written and based on the memoir by Loung Ung — we see a young Cambodian girl's happy childhood interrupted by the genocide that began in 1975 during the Khmer Rouge regime.

Related: Jolie Denies Claims Of Disturbing Audition 'Games'

Ch-ch-check out the intense first look (above)!!

You can catch Angie's latest film streaming on September 15.

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Study Speculates 13 Reasons Why Caused Rise In Suicide Searches Online

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When 13 Reasons Why became a phenomenon back in March, people had mixed feelings about whether it glorified suicide or was simply raising awareness.

A recent study conducted by Jon Ayers, which was published in the journal JAMA Internal Medicine on Monday, says there were at least 900,000 more than expected Google searches including the word "suicide" in the weeks following the show's premiere. This can range from topics including suicide methods, suicide ideation, suicide hotlines, and suicide prevention.

Related: Colorado School District Temporarily Pulls 13RY Book

It's important to note this research does not offer a connection between actual number of suicides, just how much it was searched online.

According to the study, the phrase "how to commit suicide" was searched 26% more than expected, "suicide prevention" rose 23%, and "suicide hotline number" went up 21%.

The SDSU research professor said of his findings:

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