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The death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Friday came as a complete shock to Julie Cohen and Betsy West, the filmmakers who spent years making the 2018 movie "RBG." more
Winning an Oscar, a Golden Globe and multiple Grammy Awards seemed to come easily for veteran music maverick David Byrne, who was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 2002. more
2020 just keeps outdoing itself. On top of the COVID-19 pandemic, subsequent financial crisis and record-breaking wildfires, Joe Exotic is now asking President Trump for a pardon. more
LOS ANGELES — The motion picture academy is very familiar with controversy — in recent years, you could say it's been a magnet for it. more
Before Sandra Saad was a superhero in a major Marvel property, the actress found herself in an unfortunate, potentially career-killing position for a young performer. more
Kelly Marie Tran will bring the warrior Raya to life in Disney's animated film "Raya and the Last Dragon," replacing Cassie Steele, who previously held the titular role. more
LOS ANGELES — A Los Angeles judge on Wednesday granted a motion to seal a hearing and transcripts in Britney Spears' conservatorship case. more
Good news for DC fans: DC's virtual fan event will now take place over two separate weekends. On Wednesday, DC announced that DC FanDome has been expanded into two separate events. more
LONDON — The actors came out with fabric covering their faces, each one apart from another. They found their socially distant marks and drove away the threatening rain clouds over their heads. … more
Gifted young musicians from around the world converge in the Chicago area each fall for the same reason: to study at one of the widely revered music schools. more
The revised fall festival corridor in the age of COVID has continued to take shape with recent announcements of hybrid virtual/physical events from Venice, Toronto and New York, along with the outright cancellation of Telluride. more
Instagram has removed a video from Madonna's feed after flagging the post for spreading misinformation about COVID-19. more
The year in television brought a crop of compelling limited series centered on the female experience, including "Mrs. America," "Little Fires Everywhere," "Unbelievable" and "Unorthodox." more
Video games, at their most basic, allow us to partake in activities that we often can't experience in our real lives. more
The National Association of Theatre Ownerstrade organization, representing America's 35,00 suffering, nearly 100% dark movie screens mid-COVID-19 pandemic, is sending three little words to Congress. more
A 12-year-old from Miami who starred in "The Hate U Give" has been lending his voice to the Black Lives Matter movement. more
"The Bold and the Beautiful" had been on the air 33 years without a break until the COVID-19 pandemic forced a shutdown across Hollywood in March. more
A new petition to name a Broadway theater in honor of late performer Nick Cordero has amassed nearly 30,000 signatures. more
"Rewind, rewind, rewind," interrupts the ensemble. The lights warp, the tables turn, the dancers seem to go backwards. more
DALLAS — Organizers behind Austin City Limits announced Wednesday morning that the annual, two-weekend music festival is canceled this year. more
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