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Trine Dyrholm plays German singer and songwriter Nico in Nico, 1988. Magnolia Pictures hide caption

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Nico Biopic Sheds Light On Her Life Before And After The Velvet Underground

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Scotty Bowers, the subject of a new documentary, was more than a sexual facilitator to Hollywood's biggest stars: "these were lasting and important friendships that he had," director Matt Tyrnauer says. Greenwich Entertainment hide caption

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A Sexual Underground Surfaces In 'Scotty And The Secret History Of Hollywood'

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In Blindspotting, the friendship between hotheaded Miles (Rafael Casal, left) and ex-con Collin (Daveed Diggs) is a window into the race and class politics of a gentrifying Oakland. Robby Baumgartner/Lionsgate hide caption

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In 'Blindspotting,' A Cinematic Love Letter To A Changing Oakland

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Daniel Wu plays the starring role in the TV series Into the Badlands, and also serves as one of its executive producers. Aidan Monaghan/AMC hide caption

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A Superstar In China, Daniel Wu Emerges In His Native California

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Fernando Cardona, a real-life construction worker and Mexican immigrant, was cast in the lead role in En el Séptimo Día. His character Jose is a restaurant delivery worker and the star of his amateur soccer team. Courtesy of Cinema Guild hide caption

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On The Seventh Day, They Played Soccer

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Writer and director Bo Burnham talks with Elsie Fisher on the set of Eighth Grade. Burnham says the anxiety he felt as a young performer helped him understand the social pressure teenage girls can experience. Linda Kallerus/Courtesy of A24 hide caption

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Director Bo Burnham On Growing Up With Anxiety — And An Audience

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Lakeith Stanfield stars as telemarketer Cassius Green in Sorry to Bother You. Peter Prato/Annapurna Pictures hide caption

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Actor Lakeith Stanfield: 'We All Have Images That We're Attempting To Push'

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Marsha Hunt played a maid who penned a tell-all memoir opposite Richard Carlson in the 1942 romantic comedy The Affairs Of Martha. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/Getty Images hide caption

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Actress Marsha Hunt, 100, Has Matters Of Principle

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Dwayne Johnson plays a U.S. military veteran framed for setting the world's tallest building on fire — while his family is trapped in it — in the new movie Skyscraper. Legendary Pictures hide caption

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'Skyscraper' Director Made A 'Love Letter' To The Classic Action Blockbusters

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The Purge films are about a large-scale psychological experiment: What if every year the country allowed one night of complete lawlessness? Nya (Lex Scott Davis) and Isaiah (Joivan Wade) star in the fourth installment of the series, The First Purge, which opens July 4. Annette Brown/Universal Pictures hide caption

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The Success Of Society Run Amok: What Does 'The Purge' Say About Us?

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In Woman Walks Ahead, an artist and activist from New York City (Jessica Chastain) travels to North Dakota to make a portrait of Sitting Bull (Michael Greyeyes). Richard Foreman/A24 hide caption

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'Woman Walks Ahead' Lead Sees A Sea Change For Indigenous People On Film

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