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You won’t believe some of these costumes—check out the full gallery of what your favorite TV characters are dressing up as this year.

Attention Orphan Black fans! Tatiana has landed a new gig…on a New York stage. 

Today, we’re talking zombies. And our picks for the best five zombie movies are… 

Robbie Amell, flashbacks, and a new love interest for Barry? The Flash scoop here!

The Lorde-curated Hunger Games soundtrack does NOT disappoint. See the track list here. 

It’s the Fury sequel that no one saw coming… 

is the internship paid?

Anonymous

Yes—$10/hr. 

WHO:
EW’s spring online internship is open to recent college or J-school graduates who can work a 5-day, 35-hour week. We’re looking for applicants with strong writing and reporting skills who are passionate about entertainment. Internet fluency—GIF-making, an encyclopedic knowledge of memes, etc.—is a plus as well.

WHAT:
Edit interns at EW.com write blog posts, reported items, interviews, photo galleries, and TV recaps for EW.com. They’ll also assist with transcription, though this is more a writing job than anything else. Some items will be straightforward news stories; others will be more creative, opinion-based pieces. Either way, we’re looking for writing that is clear, factually accurate, and in line with EW’s enthusiastic yet irreverent voice. Interns will be paid $10/hour. 

WHEN:
January through June

WHERE:
EW’s New York City headquarters

HOW TO APPLY:
Email a resume, cover letter, and 2-3 previously published clips to hillary_busis@ew.com. Please assume that your application has been received unless your email is bounced back.

 APPLICATION DEADLINE: Nov. 7

EVERYTHING we learned on the set of Interstellar. 

This new The Hunger Games: Mockingjay—Part 1 video is SO INTENSE!!!!

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