MPAA Argues Ban On Smoking In Movies Defies First Amendment

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'Star Trek Beyond' Director Recalls Classic Show's 'Sense Of Family'

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Leslie Jones poses backstage during the Sony Pictures Entertainment presentation at CinemaCon 2016, the official convention of the National Association of Theatre Owners, at Caesars Palace on April 12, 2016, in Las Vegas. Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP hide caption

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'Star Trek Beyond' Is An Unapologetically Wild Ride, Steeped In Human Drama

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Don't Think Twice is about fame and friendship,” but mostly it's a celebration of improv. (Pictured: Tami Sagher, Gillian Jacobs, Kate Micucci, Mike Birbiglia, Chris Gethard and Keegan-Michael Key) Jon Pack/Courtesy of The Film Arcade hide caption

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Tami Sagher (Lindsay), Gillian Jacobs (Samantha), Keegan-Michael Key (Jack), Mike Birbiglia (Miles), Chris Gethard (Bill), Kate Micucci (Allison) in Mike Birbiglia's Don't Think Twice. Jon Pack/The Film Arcade hide caption

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'Star Trek Beyond' Premieres At San Diego Comic-Con

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Henry Winkler On Garry Marshall: 'He Was An Unstoppable Creator'

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Hollywood Legend Garry Marshall Dies At 81

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Actors Diana Sands, Ruby Dee, Claudia McNeil and Sidney Poitier appear in the 1961 film adaptation of Lorraine Hansberry's A Raisin in the Sun. John D. Kisch/Separate Cinema Archive/Getty Images hide caption

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Hollywood And The Middle Class: Selling Dreams Of 'Somewhere That's Green'

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Fresh Air Remembers Garry Marshall, Creator Of 'Happy Days' And 'Laverne & Shirley'

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Garry Marshall, Director Of Big- And Small-Screen Projects, Dies At 81

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Director Garry Marshall poses in 2014 at New York's Vineyard Theatre, where he was directing the play Billy & Ray, about the making of the classic film Double Indemnity. Marshall, who created TV's Laverne & Shirley and Happy Days, said he was attracted to the play because he's usually associated with light, romantic fare. Mark Kennedy/AP hide caption

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Despite Controversy, 'Ghostbusters' Opens With $46 Million

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Mike Birbiglia says his new film, Don't Think Twice, is like a "Big Chill-type comedy set in the world of an improv theater." Bryan Bedder/Getty Images hide caption

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Comic Mike Birbiglia On His Best Failure And The 3 Rules Of Improv

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