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Two hours, 42 minutes and 30 seconds of pop culture you should consume this week

Five things you have to watch, read and hear from the world of pop culture this week.

3:50 MINUTES

World Cup
How rousing is the official World Cup anthem, Dar um Jeito (We Will Find a Way), by Santana and Wyclef Jean featuring Swedish DJ Avicii and Brazilian singer Alexandre Pires? You’ll have to listen to find out. 

1:40 MINUTES

Ninja Turtles
The second trailer for the upcoming Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie (out Aug. 8) gives a better look at what they look like and – worrisomely – there is skateboarding. 
KACPER PEMPEL/REUTERS

7 MINUTES

Twitter
Adrienne LaFrance and Robinson Meyer’s essay in the Atlantic, “A Eulogy for Twitter,” argues that the social media platform is “entering its twilight.” Does it makes its case? No doubt people are arguing that question on Twitter. (theatlantic.com)
ASSOCIATED PRESS

60 MINUTES

Louie
The fourth season of the comedy starring Louis C.K. returns Monday night with back-to-back half hours. The show has been on hiatus since the fall of 2012, and C.K.’s fame in the interim has set high expectations for the show. (fxnowcanada.ca)
Joel Ryan/Associated Press

90 MINUTES

SNL
Charlize Theron shows off her comedy chops as host of Saturday Night Live on May 10 to promote her new movie A Million Ways to Die in the West, a jokey western directed by Seth MacFarlane. It hits theatres May 30. (nbc.com)
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