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After Fred Savage was fired from 'Wonder Years' reboot, more details are emerging
As misconduct allegations against actor Fred Savage pile up, here's a deeper dive into the 'Wonder Years' star's long career and previous accusations.
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Disney+ subscribers are going to have to pay more to avoid commercials
Walt Disney Co. reported earnings and gave an update on its growing streaming businesses, including Disney+ and Hulu. But Disney+'s ad-free tier will cost $3 more a month.
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Andrew Koji almost gave up on acting. Now the 'Bullet Train' and 'Warrior' star is leaving his mark
With a role opposite Brad Pitt in "Bullet Train" and a third season of martial arts drama "Warrior" on the way, rising star Andrew Koji is looking to build a future behind the camera too.
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Allegations against Armie Hammer are 'the tip of iceberg' in 'House of Hammer' trailer
Discovery+'s 'House of Hammer' dives into the allegations against embattled star Armie Hammer, showing interviews with accusers, alleged DMs and voicemails.
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'American Idol' producers spent years building a vineyard. Now, they want to sell
After a decade running a vineyard in Paso Robles, 'American Idol' producers Ken Warwick and Nigel Lythgoe list the 164-acre compound for $22 million.
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'Justified' production faces another scare just weeks after gunfight crashed set
Three weeks after two drivers engaged in a gunfight crashed the set of 'Justified,' the production experienced another potentially harmful incident.
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These key scenes in the writing nominations get to the heart of the series
Comedy and drama writers from "Barry" to "Yellowjackets" explain a key moment in their nominated episodes.
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How Patricia Arquette plays a villain even as she keeps tabs on humanity
The actress didn't have much to go on in taking a role in 'Severance,' except her trust in Ben Stiller.
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Did you catch that crazy 'Barry' chase scene? Here's how it came together
The motorcycle chase has splitting lanes, freeway crashes, dropped guns and a rooftop shooting. And it's all pretty funny.
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Emmys 2022: All you need to know about the limited series races
Emmy voters are preparing to check into "The White Lotus." How many trophies will it win?
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Amanda Seyfried still can't believe she had to walk on set without underwear at 19
'The Dropout' star Amanda Seyfried says she's feeling a lot more respect in the industry these days, but it's not because of her body of work.
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Kenan Thompson thinks it's 'ridiculously exciting' to be the 2022 Emmy Awards host
"Saturday Night Live" star Kenan Thompson will host the 74th Primetime Emmy Awards for NBC on Sept. 12.
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Shifting points of view and camera angles create a chaotic precision for 'Euphoria'
In a rare move, cinematographer Marcell Rév shoots with 35 millimeter stock.
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Why Oscar Isaac saw the 'Scenes From a Marriage' two-hander as one role
The two worked so closely together, "It's not really two performances, it's one performance," he says. "We're performing the character of a marriage."
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Nick Mohammed slides out of his comfort zone and into the darkness on 'Ted Lasso'
How assistant coach Nate's sharp turn set the actor on a challenging path.
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Seth Rogen doesn't want you to like him this time. Really.
In a few ways, "Pam & Tommy" is the story of the little guy against the big guy. This time, the actor says, don't root for the little guy.
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'Barry' dials up the pressure on NoHo Hank. And Anthony Carrigan is all for it.
The L.A.-based Chechen mob boss "lives in a bit of a fantasy realm in terms of his own capabilities, and how sophisticated he is," says the actor who plays him.
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Tatiana Maslany wants to use her powers for good. Including within Disney
The star of Marvel's "She-Hulk" isn't afraid to use her clout to support trans rights, VFX artists facing "incredibly difficult" conditions and more.
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Steve Martin and Martin Short mix it up on 'Murder,' mirth and ... 'Melrose Place'?
The two 'Only Murders in the Building' stars have been amigos for decades, so their conversations often become a game of funnybone tag.
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Hollywood almost turned Colman Domingo 'bitter.' An unexpected role changed his life
Emmy nominee Colman Domingo discusses modeling 'Euphoria' character Ali after someone dear to his heart. He also reflects on redemption and forgiveness, calls himself a nerd and dishes on how he met Zendaya.
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