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Philanthropist Jacqueline Avant helped unite the worlds of Black politics and entertainment
Jacqueline Avant helped unite the worlds of Black entertainment, sports and politics. One friend called her "the queen of the people."
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Dominique Morisseau on art, activism and ending 'Paradise Blue's' West Coast run
After citing harm to Black women artists that led to her pulling the production from Geffen Playhouse, the playwright discusses how her life must reflect what she creates onstage.
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'Hawkeye' Episode 3 reveals Maya's backstory. But who is her mysterious uncle?
Flashing back to Maya's childhood, Episode 3 shows why she's after Ronin. The comics suggest who her uncle is — and how he fits into the MCU.
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Jane Campion explains her enigmatic career choices: 'I'm careful about the bones I care to chew on'
With Netflix's "The Power of the Dog," Jane Campion is enjoying her most celebrated film in years. And the long journey makes it all the sweeter.
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Jacqueline Avant's death pulls back curtain on famous husband: Who is Clarence Avant?
Beloved as the "Black Godfather," Clarence Avant, 90, has been influential in music, sports, film and politics. Here's what you should know about him.
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Review: Paolo Sorrentino reflects on his turbulent Naples youth in uneven 'The Hand of God'
Italian filmmaker Paolo Sorrentino's coming-of-age drama 'The Hand of God' looks back on his own turbulent life as a young man in 1980s Naples.
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United Talent Agency looks to buy gaming, digital media companies with new SPAC
UTA is sponsoring a new acquisition company focused on gaming and digital media.
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Review: George MacKay finds the 'Wolf' inside for fantasy-drama
'Wolf' review: A young man believes he's a wolf trapped in a human body in this fantasy drama from director Nathalie Biancheri.
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Review: Riz Ahmed drama 'Encounter' doesn't stay close enough
The Oscar-nominated actor stars in a father-and-sons road trip movie against the backdrop of either an alien invasion ... or something even worse for a family.
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Disney names Susan Arnold chair of the board, replacing Iger
Bob Iger, who was replaced by Bob Chapek as CEO last year, is leaving the company at the end of December.
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Comedian Kathy Griffin revels in being 'cancer free' and 'uncanceled'
On Tuesday's 'Jimmy Kimmel Live,' Kathy Griffin said her cancer was gone and she celebrated being 'an actress again' after her 2017 Trump photo scandal.
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Nikole Hannah-Jones dives into the origins and language of 'The 1619 Project'
Nikole Hannah-Jones joined Times executive editor Kevin Merida for an insightful L.A. Times Book Club conversation about her book "The 1619 Project."
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The newest L.A. and O.C. museum exhibitions to see in December
Jewelry from Disney films at the Bowers. Gems at the Natural History Museum. "Violins of Hope" at gthe Holocaust Museum LA. "Hypercars" at the Petersen.
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Dave Chappelle's high school will still name theater after him despite student protest
The Duke Ellington School of the Arts will proceed with naming its theater after alum Dave Chappelle, despite backlash over his recent Netflix special.
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Our guide to ALLBLK: A rap legend's new comedy and 9 other TV shows to stream
As MC Lyte returns to TV, we offer a guide to her new show, "Partners in Rhyme" — and nine other ALLBLK series worth a look.
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'Primos' mixes Mayan legend with Latino culture to create new comic heroes
With 'Primos' emphasis on Mayan culture, Axel Alonso and Al Madrigal bring a group of Mexican superheroes to the forefront of comics.
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Alec Baldwin will speak about 'Rust' incident in first major interview since shooting
Alec Baldwin's 'raw' interview, his first since the fatal shooting of Halyna Hutchins and wounding of Joel Souza on the 'Rust' set, airs Thursday.
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2022 Oscars original song nominees? They will likely come from this playlist
There were some great songs written for this year's movies, but you may have to dig to find them. We pulled out our musical shovels so you don't have to.
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'Encanto': A melange of music, magic and a dash of Miranda
Makers of 'Zootopia' try to conjure 'the definitive Latin American family musical' with the help of Lin-Manuel Miranda.
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'Titane,' 'A Hero,' 'Drive My Car': Unconventional storytelling links international films
Unconventional storytelling unites a diverse crop of international films
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Medieval 'weirdness' in the score taps into the otherworldly feel of 'Green Knight'
The film -- and the music -- in 'Green Knight' become a twisted meditation on fate and death
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Themes of obsession, trust and inner strength find expression in three animated films
'Summit of the Gods' climbs the sheer face of human drive; 'Raya and the Last Dragon' trusts that it can change the cultural conversation; 'Belle' updates 'Beauty and the Beast' with wild anime twists.
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Edgar Wright pulls together a decade of artistic obsession with 'Last Night in Soho'
Set largely in the 1960s, the film isn't a nostalgic ode to the past. 'To imagine that the '60s were the good old days is wrong, because everything that's bad now was bad then — possibly even worse,' says Wright.
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In 'Cyrano' song 'Every Letter,' three voices swirl, dance and finally unite in harmony
The song takes the Nationals' Dessner brothers to new places musically. "We've never written anything close to it."
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Jonny Greenwood jazzes up the royals and modernizes the old West
The Radiohead guitarist has become a reliably unconventional composer for major films, including 'Spencer' and 'Power of the Dog.'
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The National's twins navigate two currents to score 'Cyrano' and 'C'mon C'mon'
Brothers Aaron and Bryce Dessner of the band the National tap divergent emotional aspects for the two film scores.
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Brian Wilson doesn't say much. Until you listen to his music.
The new documentary 'Brian Wilson: Long Promised Road' tells the story of the former Beach Boy's life and career.
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'I'm used to not winning': South African novelist Damon Galgut on his Booker Prize victory
Galgut's 'The Promise' tracks a fictional family as South Africa evolves. He talks to The Times about what his victory means for him and for Africa.
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After a yearlong COVID-19 shutdown, escape rooms are back in Los Angeles
Here's how Los Angeles escape room pioneers Natalie Lapidus and Ruslan Balashov resurrected their Maze Rooms business after a yearlong COVID-19 shutdown.
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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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