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5 things you should know about Daniella Pick

Quentin Tarantino's wife is an Israeli actress, pop star and Instagram model.

How well do you know the Marvel universe?

From Thor's age to Star-Lord's dad, test your knowledge of some of Marvel's most entertaining characters.

Science explains why you'll get sad when 'Game of Thrones' goes off the air

Having withdrawal from your favorite TV show? A social psychologist explains why.

What happens when a famous actress falls for an ordinary man?

ABC's new 'The Baker and the Beauty' tackles the romantic fantasy (and complexity) of dating the rich and famous.

How to watch the Eurovision singing contest

Israel is hosting this year's international competition, and audiences around the world can watch online.

Why Netflix is sending Will Ferrell to Israel

'Anchorman' star Will Ferrell is using his acting chops and singing skills for his role in 'Eurovision.'

Old instruments find a home in this rare museum

A collector passes on his passion to the public at the Nisco Museum.

This YouTuber psychoanalyzes 'Game Of Thrones' Season 8 episodes

Israeli Gil Kidron, who runs the ‘GOT Academy’ on YouTube, explains his unique approach and reveals who will sit on the Iron Throne.

'Game of Thrones' quiz: How well do you know your trivia?

Can you achieve the Iron Throne or are you destined to join the Night's Watch along the Wall?

7 things you didn't know about the actress who plays 'Game of Thrones' Red Priestess Kinvara

Multi-talented actress Ania Bukstein is also a pop singer, starred in 'The Sound of Music' and has an Albert Einstein connection.

8 TV shows where the fashion shines as brightly as the stars

Need some fashion inspiration to help rejuvenate your wardrobe? Look no further than these award-winning dramas.

How well do you know your Bond Girls?

From 'Goldfinger' to 'Skyfall,' these leading ladies have tangoed toe-to-toe with the world's greatest spy.

I went behind the scenes of Israel's newest city – and it's run by robots

An unprecedented look at a new town 30 miles south of Tel Aviv – with 300 people, 150 cameras and a flirtatious waitress who just happens to not be human.

Einstein Archives unveil 110 never-before-seen items

Among the remarkable findings are letters to his best friend, the basis for lasers and a page that had been lost for nearly 90 years.

Filmmakers break down the George Clooney, Rachel McAdams movie you've never heard of

Deepfake technology allowed Hollywood rookies to have two of the world's most famous actors in their new movie, 'Face Swap.'