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Clover Pop Culture Preview

Clover Pop Culture Preview

Fall means leaves and school and pumpkin spice everything (for better or for worse…). But! It also means that the very best movies, shows, books, and albums are all coming before you know it. And this year, there’s a lot. Between Taylor Swift’s Reputation and Stranger Things Season 2 and so much more, it can be impossible to keep track. So we asked thousands of girls from all over the world what they’re most excited about this season. See their picks below, then plan your calendar accordingly.

"Because of Gracia. This movie looks so cute, oh my gosh. What can I say? I'm a sucker for cute teen romance." — Avery, 15

"STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI is coming out this December (I put the title in all caps because it makes me so excited!). Daisy Ridley (and her character, Rey) is one badass woman and she gave me chills when I watched the last movie." — Frances, 14

"It. Bill Skarsgård is going to make an exceptional performance. Plus, it takes place in the '80s...what's not to love?" — Delilah, 17

"I'm really pumped for Suburbicon to premiere. On top of the fact that Matt Damon and George Clooney are in it, I'm just super intrigued by how the film takes a darker, more suspenseful and thriller-style route depicting 1950s suburban life." — Valentina, 18

"Outlander Season 3! I’m most excited about this one. My favorite book series ever was turned into an amazing show with great casting, stunning sets, and a plot that sticks to the book." — Meggie, 17

"Stranger Things Season 2 comes out on October 27th, which is super exciting because Millie Bobby Brown is my idol. Also? There's a new girl this season, named Sadie Sink!" —Frances, 14

"I've been looking forward to the Supernatural spin-off, Wayward Sisters. It includes bad-ass women who prove that gender doesn't matter in this line of work; only the skills and the brains do." — Janeta, 18

"The new book in the A Court of Thorns and Roses series by Sarah J. Maas, the first book in The Last Hours series by Cassandra Clare, the new book by Rupi Kaur, the new John Green book, and maaaaaaany moooore (hello, books ftw!)." — Eliza, 18

"Turtles All the Way Down by John Green. I doubted he would publish anything after his masterpiece The Fault in Our Stars, but I am so thrilled he is!" — Meggie, 17

"I'm also excited about Rupi Kaur's second poetry book, the sun and her flowers. Her first poetry book changed the game for modern poetry, and I love how poetry is slowly coming back to the forefront." — Tiffany, 20

"Genuine Fraud by E. Lockhart. I thought We Were Liars was a fascinating thriller and I was constantly intrigued by it, and this book seems just as promising." — Soumya, 17

“Taylor Swift’s Reputation! I'm a huge Taylor fan, and I'm sooooo excited to finally have a new album coming. Until November 10, though, I'll just be blasting ‘Look What You Made Me Do’ on repeat 'til the end of time." — Lizzie, 17

"A fall release I am super excited for is Niall Horan's debut solo album! He played the new songs on his first show of the tour (I'm going to see him in November!) and they are so lovely and definitely worthy of the praise." — Lorena, 18

"I'm highly anticipating Wonderful Wonderful by The Killers, because all of their music is great. Also, Miley Cyrus' new album, because I've been rooting for her since age 7 and she has such a refreshing style." —  Julie, 17

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