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The cast of Everybody's Talking About Jamie. John Rogers/Amazon Studios hide caption

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Rep. Joaquin Castro, D-Texas, seen in February, U.S. Rep. Joaquin Castro, D-Texas, has made the inclusion of Latinos in media a principal issue. A government report says the absence of Latinos in the media could impact how their fellow Americans view them. AP hide caption

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What Top Film Schools Are Doing To Help Diversify Hollywood

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Georgian chess champion Nona Gaprindashvili plays at the International Chess Congress in London on Dec. 30, 1964. She is suing Netflix for defamation and invasion of privacy over its series The Queen's Gambit. Stanley Sherman/Getty Images hide caption

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Jake Gyllenhaal stars in Antoine Fuqua's remake of The Guilty. Netflix hide caption

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This year's Broadway-adapted movie In the Heights, starring actor Anthony Ramos — pictured alongside actress Jasmine Cephas Jones — is a rare exception to Hollywood's pattern of excluding Latino narratives. John Locher/AP hide caption

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In Blue Bayou, Kathy (Alicia Vikander), Jessie (Sydney Kowalske) and Antonio (Justin Chon) face an uncertain future when Antonio becomes threatened with deportation. Focus Features hide caption

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'Blue Bayou' Devastates With A Story Of A Stepfather Facing Deportation

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Clockwise from top left: Insecure, Impeachment: American Crime Story, Everybody's Talking About Jamie, The Wonder Years, The Premise and Star Wars: Visions. WarnerMedia, FX, Amazon Studios, ABC, FX, Disney+ hide caption

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Oscar Isaac plays a former military interrogator who is haunted by the past in Paul Schrader's The Card Counter. Focus Features hide caption

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A Disgraced Interrogator Gambles On Redemption In 'The Card Counter'

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Jamie Lee Curtis is awarded with the Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement Award Ceremony during the 78th Venice International Film Festival on Wednesday in Venice, Italy. Vittorio Zunino Celotto/Getty Images hide caption

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French actors Jean-Paul Belmondo, right, and Catherine Deneuve, in 1969. They starred together in François Truffaut's film Mississippi Mermaid. Keystone-France/Gamma-Keystone via Getty Images hide caption

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Several outlets have speculated that Actor Park Seo-joon will appear in The Marvels, an upcoming sequel to the 2019 box office success Captain Marvel, starring Brie Larson. The Fact/ImaZins via Getty Images hide caption

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Daniel Craig's final crack at 007 was among the first films to delay opening because of the pandemic. He will play across Ana de Armas in No Time To Die. Nicola Dove/Danjaq, LLC and MGM hide caption

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The 9 Biggest Movies To Watch This Fall (And Other Films That Sound Intriguing)

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An illuminated advertisement for the upcoming Top Gun: Maverick movie is displayed at Caesars Palace during CinemaCon, the official convention of the National Association of Theatre Owners, last month, in Las Vegas, Nevada. Gabe Ginsberg/Getty Images,, hide caption

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