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'Uniquely Nasty' Remembers The U.S. Ban On Gay Federal Workers

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Astronaut Mark Watney (Matt Damon) gets stranded on Mars in The Martian. Courtesy of Twentieth Century Fox hide caption

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Sandstorms, Explosions, Potatoes, Oh My: 'Martian' Takes Its Science Seriously

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Confronting A Lifetime Of Bullying With 'A Brave Heart'

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John Wood had to have his leg amputated after a plane crash in 2004, during which his father died. He wanted to preserve the leg as a memorial to his dad. Courtesy of The Orchard hide caption

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The Deeper Meanings Of A Leg, Lost And Found — And Fought Over

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Lampooners Garry Goodrow, Alice Peyton, Christopher Guest, John Belushi, Peter Elbling, Chevy Chase and Tony Hendra in this undated photo from Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead. Michael Gold hide caption

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Quest For Fun: Looking Back At 'National Lampoon'

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The Crisis Behind '99 Homes' — And How It Fueled The Film's Script

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Anne Hathaway is the CEO and Robert De Niro is the intern in Nancy Meyers' new comedy, The Intern. Francois Duhamel/Warner Brothers hide caption

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Director Nancy Meyers Makes Peace With Millennials In 'The Intern'

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Members of the Black Panthers line up at a rally at DeFremery Park in Oakland, Calif. Courtesy of Stephen Shames and Firelight Media hide caption

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'Policing The Police': How The Black Panthers Got Their Start

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David Gilmour's new album, Rattle That Lock, is out September 18th. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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David Gilmour Plucks A Melody From The Air With 'Rattle That Lock'

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'Being Canadian' Explores How The U.S. Views Its 'Exotic' Northern Neighbor

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Emily Blunt stars as Kate Macer in Sicario. She says the film raises questions about the definition of strength: "Is it somebody who has a gun and does bad things? Or is strength actually strength of character and strength of maintaining your ideals?" Richard Foreman, Jr. SMPSP/Lionsgate hide caption

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Emily Blunt Says 'The Tides Are Turning' For Women In Action Films

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M. Night Shyamalan Embraces Latest Hollywood Trend: Low-Budget Films

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Love Multiplies At A Math Olympiad In 'Brilliant'

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The new 3-D IMAX film Everest recounts a 1996 mountaineering disaster that claimed the lives of eight people. In it, Josh Brolin plays Beck Weathers, a Texan climber who was left for dead on the mountain. Universal Pictures hide caption

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For Josh Brolin, 'Everest' Was A Test Of Acting Limits

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Ravi Patel and his sister, Geeta, worked together on the documentary Meet the Patels, in which Ravi struggles to find a partner both he and his parents love. Courtesy of Alchemy hide caption

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'Meet The Patels': One Man's Quest To Find Love, The Old-School Indian Way

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