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Sex positivity, abortion rights and volcanic eruptions among seven early gems at a virtual Sundance
"Fire of Love," "Good Luck to You, Leo Grande" and "Happening" are among the standouts at the second all-virtual edition of Sundance.
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What's on TV This Week: Janet Jackson, Lisa Ling, Marilyn Monroe and more
TV highlights for Jan. 23-29 include a second season of "Resident Alien" on Syfy and a two-night documentary about Janet Jackson on Lifetime and A&E
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A new Bill Cosby docuseries nearly drove its director to quit. The struggle paid off
W. Kamau Bell's "We Need to Talk About Cosby" is a compelling, complicated wrestling match with the legacy of the cultural icon and alleged rapist.
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How the films of Bong Joon Ho, Guillermo Del Toro and more inspired Nikyatu Jusu's 'Nanny'
The Sundance Film Festival entry "Nanny" follows an immigrant domestic worker in New York City tormented by supernatural forces.
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Why pay TV operators are dropping Trump-loving cable networks
DirecTV's decision to drop OAN and Newsmax's loss of several smaller systems are driven by economic pressure, not politics.
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Guests on Sunday talk shows: Sen. Chris Coons (D-Del.) on ABC's 'This Week'
Sunday talk show guests January 23: Chris Coons on "This Week"; "Face the Nation"; "Meet the Press"; "Fox News Sunday"; "State of the Union"; "60 Minutes"
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Commentary: Martin Scorsese wants you to watch 'Nightmare Alley.' Let him tell you why
'Obviously, this past holiday season was a tricky moment to release any movie. But I also wonder if there has been a real appreciation of Guillermo's accomplishment.'
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He would do anything for rock (yes, even that): How Meat Loaf turned shamelessness into stardom
The singer, who died Thursday at age 74, pushed his voice too hard in lyrics that were too corny over arrangements that did way too much.
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Mace Neufeld, producer of 'The Omen' and the Jack Ryan spy franchise, dies
Producer Mace Neufeld, whose credits included hits like "The Omen," "The Hunt for Red October" and "The Equalizer," dies
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Kanye West demands 'final edit and approval' on Netflix doc 'Jeen-Yuhs' ahead of Sundance premiere
Days before a new documentary about him premieres at Sundance, Kanye West demands 'final edit and approval.'
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Column: Thankfully, the end of 'Ozark' is near. Because it's running out of gas
You know it's time to end a show when the audience has a hard time caring about the fate of its main characters.
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Louie Anderson was the 'token white guy' in 'Coming to America.' And he loved that
'It was the best $660 I ever spent,' Louie Anderson once said about his random act of kindness that prompted Eddie Murphy to cast him in 'Coming to America.'
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Virtual Sundance. Weak box office. Is streaming the only hope for indie film?
Indie film is in big trouble at the box office. One financier says streaming is the only business that makes any sense for independent movies.
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Daddy Yankee set to headline 2022 Baja Beach Fest
Daddy Yankee, in what could be his final West Coast appearance, will join Maluma, Anuel AA, Wisin Y Yandel, Farruko and Banda MS in Rosarito, Mexico.
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John Boyega's '892' has a plea for a broken system: 'They didn't have to kill him'
John Boyega stars as Brian Brown-Easley in Abi Damaris Corbin's "892," which tells the story of a desperate ex-Marine who holds up a bank to get what he's owed.
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Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Nick Jonas are new parents. And that's all they're revealing
Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra Jonas used social media to announce their baby news Friday. She hinted to The Times about starting a family last year.
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A children's book inspired by SoCal receives the musical treatment at South Coast Repertory
The Newbery Medal-winning picture book 'Last Stop on Market Street,' by California-raised author Matt de la Peña, has been transformed for the stage.
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