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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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Ellen DeGeneres keeps it short when asked about ex Anne Heche's car crash in L.A.
Ellen DeGeneres, who dated Anne Heche for three years, had little to say when a photographer asked about her ex's car crash that put her in a coma.
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Neve Campbell says she 'couldn't bear' the idea of being 'undervalued' in 'Scream 6'
Neve Campbell shed some more light on her decision to exit the 'Scream' franchise ahead of its sixth installment.
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Review: Dalia Stasevska's Hollywood Bowl debut reveals what all the fuss is about
Dalia Stasevska, a major and controversially outspoken conductor in the U.K. and Finland, makes her belated L.A. Phil debut at the Hollywood Bowl.
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Olivia Wilde files motion to dismiss Jason Sudeikis' custody papers served at CinemaCon
Jason Sudeikis publicly condemned how his ex, Olivia Wilde, was served custody papers while onstage. But Wilde claims he intended to embarrass her.
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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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Marcus Mumford reveals what inspired his new song: 'I was sexually abused as a child'
Ahead of his upcoming solo album, 'Self-Titled,' Marcus Mumford of Mumford & Sons delves into the meaning behind his new song, 'Cannibal.'
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Shawn Mendes says he's spending time with family, therapy in wake of tour cancelation
After canceling his world tour, Shawn Mendes says he's going to therapy sessions and spending more time with family and friends.
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Ozzy Osbourne reunites with Black Sabbath's Tony Iommi in surprise return to stage
Ozzy Osbourne's performance at the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games marked his first live performance since having surgery in June.
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Commentary: The brutal but deeply touching true story behind one of L.A.'s most celebrated chefs
Chef Keith Corbin will discuss 'California Soul' with the L.A. Times Book Club.
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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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Explaining Hollywood: How to get a job as a production accountant
Production accountants are in high demand in the entertainment industry and can pull in high salaries with the right experience. Plus, you don't have to be a CPA.
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Metro unveils new South Los Angeles station dedicated to Nipsey Hussle
Local leaders dedicated the Hyde Park Station on the K Line to slain rapper Nipsey Hussle and the Crenshaw community.
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Darryl Hunt, bass player for the Pogues, dies at 75 in London
Pogues bassist Darryl Hunt dies. The group's blend of English and Irish sounds creates a politically charged, punk-oriented sound.
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'Bittersweet': Angela Yee is leaving 'Breakfast Club' for her own radio show
Angela Yee is leaving her morning gig on 'The Breakfast Club' to launch a midday show for IHeartMedia called 'Way Up With Angela Yee' this fall.
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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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The devil is literally in these details for the villainous Vecna of 'Stranger Things'
He's a little bit Pinhead, a little Pennywise and a dash of Freddy Krueger. And he's destined for the monster hall of fame.
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Bestsellers List Sunday, August 14
Bestsellers List Sunday, August 14
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Dana Milbank charts the 25-year journey to Jan. 6. He's optimistic — in the long term
Longtime D.C. reporter Dana Milbank talks about "The Destructionists: The Twenty-Five-Year Crack-Up of the Republican Party," and what needs to change
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Lamont Dozier: An appreciation of a song craftsman who wrote hits with heart and soul
The composer who helped write numerous classics of the Motown catalog, including 'Where Did Our Love Go?', 'Reflections,' 'Baby Love' and others died on Monday at 81.
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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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Are the Golden Globes coming back to NBC ?
Conflicting reports emerged over whether the Golden Globes Awards show would return to the broadcast network after a Times investigation revealed alleged ethical and financial lapses.
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'Clearly was in a crisis': Anne Heche gets support from Hollywood after car crash
Alec Baldwin, Rosie O'Donnell and other actors are sending their best wishes to Anne Heche, who's in a coma after crashing her car in L.A. last week.
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Olivia Newton-John and John Travolta were hopelessly devoted to each other for decades
Olivia Newton-John and John Travolta went together like rama-lama-lama-ka-dinga-da-dinga-dong. Here's a look back at their long friendship.
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Review: The banality of evil is central to a disturbingly resonant 'Here There Are Blueberries'
"Here There Are Blueberries," based on the story of a photo album from Auschwitz sent to the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, world premieres at La Jolla Playhouse.
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7 great Lamont Dozier songs you may not already know by heart
Dozier, who died Monday at age 81, helped create some of the best-loved songs in music history. If you think you know all his classics, though, think again.
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