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Golden Globes fallout: HFPA member says lack of Black members 'was not really anything we focused on'
In a new interview on Australian TV, HFPA member Jenny Cooney said the lack of Black members was a problem the group was previously unaware of.
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What Jeffrey Epstein did was vile. Why Dasha Nekrasova made a horror movie about it
'The Scary of Sixty-First,' the debut film from the 'Red Scare podcast host, blends conspiracies and the occult as two young women move into Jeffrey Epstein's former apartment.
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Review: 'Moxie' has verve but is more than a little clueless (and not in a good way)
Amy Poehler directs and co-stars in 'Moxie,' a comedy with Hadley Robinson as a shy teen turned campus rebel.
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Pull your car into the first drive-through Oscars. Honk! Honk!
Don't eat my energy, OK? Just enjoy the drive-through Oscars ceremony at Dodger Stadium. It promises to be a 12-ring Circus of the Cars.
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Marisa Tomei mines her New York roots for patient-but-strong 'Staten Island' mom
To play widowed Margie in 'The King of Staten Island,' Marisa Tomei tapped into her mom's more obliging generation.
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Nicole Beharie embraces imperfection in life and in her 'Miss Juneteenth' character
The good, the bad, the Beharie: The actress navigates the line between aspiration and reality in "Miss Juneteenth."
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Here are 4 key films — and 4 great moments within them — for this awards season
The cinematographers behind 'Palm Springs,' 'Ma Rainey's Black Bottom,' 'Waiting for the Barbarians' and 'The Father' share why these moments made the films for them.
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Gary Oldman knows Mank and those drinking issues: 'I used to sweat vodka'
The self-effacing humor on display in "Mank" masks his character's fear of inadequacy, Gary Oldman says. He speaks from experience.
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Soleil Moon Frye 'lost sight' of herself. Facing her darkest memories brought her back
When the 'Punky Brewster' star embarked on a new documentary, she found that confronting her past, including surviving sexual assault, was the only way forward.
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Why Golden Globe winner Jodie Foster took a rare real-life role in 'The Mauritanian'
'I'm interested in strong people, in people who shift and change, in playing solitary characters that are on a mission,' says the longtime actress of her Guantánamo Bay film.
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The trailer for Netflix's college admissions documentary is here. And it's a doozy
Netflix's upcoming documentary 'Operation Varsity Blues' digs into the college admissions scandal that snared actresses Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman.
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Jodie Foster thanked Aaron Rodgers at the Globes but didn't set him up with Shailene
Jodie Foster gave a shoutout to costar Shailene Woodley's beau, Aaron Rodgers of the Green Bay Packers, while accepting a Golden Globe on Sunday night.
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Review: 'Raya and the Last Dragon,' featuring Disney's first Southeast Asian heroine, is a moving adventure
Kelly Marie Tran, Awkwafina and Gemma Chan lead the voice cast for 'Raya and the Last Dragon,' which breaks new ground in the Disney princess canon.
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Netflix launches documentary and unscripted filmmaker fellowship with Ghetto Film School
The yearlong program is part of a broader commitment by Netflix to invest $100 million in groups and initiatives promoting inclusion in film and television.
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Review: 'Biggie: I Got a Story to Tell' reveals another side of the late Notorious B.I.G.
Emmett Malloy's documentary movie 'Biggie: I Got a Story to Tell' aims to show a different side of the late Notorious B.I.G.
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The only moments you need to see from the 2021 Golden Globes
Here are the six highlights from Sunday's 78th Golden Globes, including Jane Fonda's inspiring speech and Chadwick Boseman's posthumous win.
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