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Feedback: 'Walk in our shoes, Sia.' The call to use actors with autism
Readers share opinions of "Hillbilly Elegy" and its cultural epithet, Sia's casting choice for an autistic character and eyewear in Pixar's "Soul."
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Even COVID-19 can't stop one Broadway tradition: the Thanksgiving Day parade
Broadway musicals, including 'Jagged Little Pill' and 'Hamilton,' are back for a day in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.
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What's on TV Thursday: 'Star Trek: Discovery' on CBS
What's on TV Thursday, Nov. 26: "Star Trek: Discovery" on CBS; "The Wizard of Oz" on TBS
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What's playing at the drive-in: 'Sound of Metal,' holiday favorites and more
Find a flick with our guide to new and classic movies playing outdoors at L.A.-area drive-ins, pop-ups and rooftops.
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L.A.'s Laugh Factory is taking its free Thanksgiving dinner outside amid COVID-19
Tiffany Haddish, Dane Cook, Tim Allen are headlining the Laugh Factory's 40th annual Thanksgiving dinner, which will be held outside the L.A. venue.
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'Happiest Season' is a holiday rom-com about coming out. Here's why that's important
How Clea DuVall's lesbian Christmas rom-com 'Happiest Season,' starring Kristen Stewart and Mackenzie Davis, came to be, and why coming-out stories are still important.
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'Couples Retreat' actor's suit accuses Universal Pictures of 'whitewashing' ad campaign
Faizon Love accuses Universal Pictures of failing to make up for excluding him and another Black actor from marketing posters for "Couples Retreat."
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Rick Schroder explains bail for Kenosha shooter Kyle Rittenhouse: 'It made me mad'
"NYPD Blue" and "Silver Spoons" actor Rick Schroder says he contributed "hundreds of thousands" of dollars to Kyle Rittenhouse's bail and defense.
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Penguin Random House to purchase Simon & Schuster in massive publishing deal
ViacomCBS has announced plans to sell Simon & Schuster to publishing giant Penguin Random House LLC for a whopping $2.18 billion next year.
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Review: Melissa McCarthy's 'Superintelligence' is little more than average
The chemistry between Melissa McCarthy and Bobby Cannavale is undone by the high-concept storytelling about an artificial intelligence with the voice of James Corden.
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What to watch this weekend: 10 picks including Oprah, Whoopi and Celine
This week's offerings: Jefferson Mays' "Christmas Carol," Patrick Stewart and Ruth Negga reciting Shakespeare sonnets, plus "Nurse Heroes Live!"
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Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade 2020: Everything to know about Thursday's event
Yes, Macy's is still hosting its Thanksgiving Day Parade. Here are details about the celebration, which will be a prerecorded telecast this year.
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Our TV critic imagines the plot of 26 holiday movies based on the title alone
Los Angeles Times TV critic Robert Lloyd imagines the plots of the season's holiday TV movies based on their titles alone.
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Commentary: 49 years ago, D.B. Cooper became an ideal hero for cynical times. He still is
On Thanksgiving eve 1971, mystery hijacker D.B. Cooper parachuted into the night with $200,000. Our enduring obsession with the case says a lot about America, then and now.
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Decades after his famous dinner, the once-restless André Gregory writes of inner peace
The stage director and spiritual seeker of "My Dinner With Andre" ruminates on his life and old age in his first book, "This Is Not My Memoir."
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Review: Class struggle is murder in a lean, unsparing British debut mystery
Karen Powell's "The River Within" is far more than a "Downton Abbey"-derived Yorkshire mystery; it's the anatomy of a caste system that's never gone away.
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As Hollywood reels from the pandemic, Sunset Gower Studios plans a new office high-rise
One of Los Angeles's oldest movie studios plans a 15-story office tower and the first new soundstages in Hollywood in more than two decades.
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Schoenberg knew. When the world goes mad, send in the clowns
Arnold Schoenberg's sacrilegious "Pierrot Lunaire" foretold a distortion of reality that has never left us.
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Bestsellers List Sunday, Nov. 29, 2020
Bestsellers List Sun., Nov. 29, 2020
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Review: The new 'Saved by the Bell' is, somewhat implausibly, one of the year's best TV shows
Peacock's fresh spin on the iconic teen sitcom mixes revival and reboot, old cast and new. It starts out strong and just gets better.
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Review: Alex Winter captures the art of being Frank in the documentary 'Zappa'
Alex Winter's documentary "Zappa" is a sprawling, shaggy biography of experimental rock pioneer, composer and activist Frank Zappa.
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At James Bond studio MGM, questions mount about the company's direction
After a rebound, the storied studio is facing a string of challenges during the pandemic.
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Column: Parler's vibe is MAGA-red and unreal. Extremism by design?
Social media platform Parler looks like it was designed by a pharmaceutical firm and sounds like a symphony composed of one note: conspiracy theory.
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The Weeknd calls Grammys 'corrupt' after receiving no nominations
The Recording Academy responded: 'We understand that the Weeknd is disappointed... Unfortunately... there are fewer nominations than... deserving artists.'
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What's on TV Wednesday: 'S.W.A.T.' on CBS; 'Women of Worth'
What's on TV Wednesday, Nov. 25: "S.W.A.T." on CBS; "Women of Worth" on NBC
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Review: Strong performances can't redeem Alan Ball's heavy-handed 'Uncle Frank'
Paul Bettany and Sophia Lillis star in writer-director Alan Ball's "Uncle Frank," a melodrama set in late 1960s/early 1970s about a closeted gay NYU professor and his South Carolina family.
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