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Bryan Cranston Becomes Blacklisted Screenwriter Dalton Trumbo In New Biopic

Cranston used tapes of writer Dalton Trumbo to study his speech patterns and smoking habit. Then he put on glasses and a mustache, and he says, "I [started] to see that man."

Odesza's latest album, In Return, is out now. Tonje Thilesen/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Odesza: Love Songs For A Digital Age

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Bryan Cranston and Diane Lane play Dalton and Cleo Trumbo in a new film about the screenwriter's life. Hilary Bronwyn Gayle/Courtesy of Bleecker Street hide caption

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Bryan Cranston Becomes Blacklisted Screenwriter In 'Trumbo' Biopic

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Physical exercise, diet and supportive counseling are the first steps of any weight-loss program. But sometimes that's not enough to take large amounts of weight off, and keep it off, doctors say. 13/Ocean/Corbis hide caption

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Surgery Helps Some Obese Teens In Battle To Get Fit

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To pay for college, experts say it's impossible for most parents to save all the money they'll need. They say it's reasonable to tap a mix of resources: a 529 plan, some home equity and some student loans. ImageZoo/Corbis hide caption

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Confused Over How To Save For College? Here Are Answers

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Bob Dylan's new compilation, The Cutting Edge 1965-1966: The Bootleg Series Vol. 12, is out now. Don Hunstein/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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The Day Dylan Got It Right

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