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After 'Rust' shooting, investigators search Albuquerque weapons provider
The Santa Fe County Sheriff's office released new documents Tuesday that shed more light on how live ammunition may have gotten on the set of the Alec Baldwin western movie "Rust."
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CNN suspends Chris Cuomo 'indefinitely' for advising brother amid harassment scandal
The move comes after documents in a New York State investigation 'shed new light' on Cuomo's involvement in former governor Andrew Cuomo's defense.
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Jussie Smollett's criminal trial over alleged hate crime begins. Here's what you need to know
Nearly three years after he claimed he was attacked in Chicago, former 'Empire' actor Jussie Smollett is back in court. This Q&A will bring you up to speed.
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Travis Scott's offer to pay funeral expenses rejected: 'This isn't a photo-op story'
A day after the funeral for 9-year-old Astroworld victim Ezra Blount, rapper Travis Scott offered to cover the costs. Blount's family declined his offer.
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Director Adam McKay explains how his Lakers project led to a split with Will Ferrell
"Don't Look Up" director Adam McKay talks candidly about his split with longtime creative partner Will Ferrell for the first time in a new Vanity Fair profile.
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After chaos at BTS' Saturday concert, SoFi expects smoother entry into upcoming shows
After BTS fans raised concerns online, SoFi Stadium updated its entry procedures and says getting into concerts on Wednesday and Thursday should be more efficient.
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Comcast, Disney reach new distribution agreement for Disney channels
Announced Tuesday, the deal keeps ESPN, FX, Disney Channel, Freeform and National Geographic channels available to Comcast's Xfinity customers.
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Slot machines and tearjerkers: Adele is heading to Las Vegas for a residency
With 'Weekends With Adele,' the British singer will perform at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas every Saturday and Sunday for three months.
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Kristen Stewart's trajectory to Oscar hopeful
Once she left the 'Twilight' franchise behind, Kristen Stewart gained respect.
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Could be 'The Worst Person in the World' isn't the movie you think it is
Director Joaquim Trier notes the film can be considered "the romcom for people who hate romcoms."
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Jennifer Hudson channels Aretha Franklin for 'Here I Am' in her film 'Respect'
The singer joined forces with Carole King and Jamie Hartman to write an original song for the biopic that felt true to both the Queen of Soul and to Hudson's own journey.
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'Flee': One man's story of escape from Afghanistan, one filled with danger and secrets
Danish filmmaker Jonas Poher Rasmussen tells his childhood friend's challenging story with a blend of animation and authenticity.
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Review: A narrator under an artist's thrall — and a novel under Rachel Cusk's influence
In Ayşegül Savaş' second novel, "White on White," a nameless narrator becomes fascinated by her landlord, a painter who is not what she seems.
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Caught between two lives in 'C'mon C'mon'
This shot in the Mike Mills film "acts as a great motif for where Johnny is at ... traveling but imprisoned in his job, which keeps him away from his family," notes cinematographer Robbie Ryan.
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Bono plumbs the mysteries of music in his work, his life and in 'Sing 2'
The storied U2 frontman takes on his first substantial acting gig in an animated film that allows him to contemplate grief and the healing properties of music.
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What's on TV Tuesday: 'The Flash' on the CW; 'The Voice' on NBC; 'The Bachelorette' on ABC
What to watch Tuesday, November 30: 'The Flash' on The CW; 'The Voice,' 'La Brea' on NBC; 'The Bachelorette,' 'Superstar' on ABC; 'Chucky,' Syfy, USA
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Why a novelist shifted to essays about the 'disorientation' of being Black in the world
Ian Williams, a Canadian novelist and poet, talks about his new book of essays, 'Disorientation: Being Black in the World,' and the slow toll of racism.
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Three documentaries: a deadly prison encounter, a famous chef and the current pandemic
With 'Julia,' 'Attica' and 'First Wave,' filmmakers chronicle key moments in America
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Five collaborators on the challenge and thrill of working with Stephen Sondheim
Playwrights, directors and other luminaries discuss what it was like to create theater with the Broadway legend, who died Friday.
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CNN's Chris Cuomo under fire again for advising brother on harassment scandal
New transcripts show Chris Cuomo was more involved in helping the disgraced former New York governor navigate allegations than previously known.
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BTS brings boy-band precision, and bedlam, to SoFi Stadium
For the second of four shows in Inglewood, K-pop megastars BTS were joined by Megan Thee Stallion, but the best parts of the concert were the most intimate.
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'League of Legends' Netflix series 'Arcane' gets a grown-up immersive theater playpen
The Netflix series 'Arcane' comes to life in a Los Angeles warehouse transformed into the 'League of Legends'-inspired world by immersive firm Secret Cinema.
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'Encanto' is Disney's first Latino musical. How the filmmakers got Colombia right
'Encanto' directors Byron Howard, Jared Bush and co-director Charise Castro Smith on why bringing authenticity to a fantasy tale was always a focus.
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Queen's Brian May says his words were 'subtly twisted' to imply anti-trans sentiments
'I should have known better than to talk to those predatory Press hacks,' Brian May says after he was criticized for remarks some considered transphobic.
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'I didn't want to be gay,' Colton Underwood says in new 'Coming Out Colton' trailer
He was known as 'the virgin Bachelor' on the hit reality-TV show. Now Colton Underwood is sharing his journey coming out as gay for a new Netflix series.
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Review: In 'Drive My Car,' Ryûsuke Hamaguchi delivers a haunting masterpiece of art and life
This emotionally overwhelming adaptation of a Haruki Murakami short story confirms Ryûsuke Hamaguchi's standing as one of the most exciting filmmakers working today.
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Alright, alright: Matthew McConaughey isn't running for Texas governor just yet
Oscar winner and famous Texan Matthew McConaughey will not run for Texas governor — at least not "at this moment," he says.
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Teyana Taylor hospitalized after canceling show: 'My body simply just gave out'
R&B singer Teyana Taylor shared a photo of herself in the emergency room after canceling a concert on her Last Rose Petal...Farewell tour.
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Inside the new crop of 'raunchy as hell' Christmas movies shaking up TV
Irreverent, diverse and brought to life by big-name talent, VH1's "Naughty or Nice" movie slate aims to break into a crowded field.
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