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Tim O'Brien was a foot soldier during the Vietnam War. "The problem for me really is that I questioned the rectitude of the war," he says. "I thought I was doing the wrong thing by being there." Courtesy of Gravitas Ventures hide caption

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Tim O'Brien On Late-In-Life Fatherhood And The Things He Carried From Vietnam

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Rosamund Pike stars in the new Netflix film I Care A Lot. Seacia Pavao/Netflix hide caption

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Jacob (Steven Yeun) moves his family from California to farm in rural Arkansas in Minari. A24 hide caption

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'Minari' Follows A Family's Immigration With Humor, Humanity And Hope

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Sacha Baron Cohen, shown here in 2019, has been nominated for three Golden Globe Awards: two for acting in and producing Borat Subsequent Moviefilm and another for his supporting actor role in The Trial of the Chicago 7. Valerie Macon/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Sacha Baron Cohen On 'Borat' Ethics And Why His Disguise Days Are Over

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Mia Farrow with her children Ronan (left) and Dylan. HBO hide caption

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'Allen V. Farrow' Digs Deep Into A Tale Of Celebrity, Power And Silence

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Planet Money ventures to another realm on their journey to acquire a superhero Siena Mae/NPR hide caption

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We Buy A Superhero: Loophole

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Restless and tired of ordinary life, Fern (Frances McDormand) takes to the road in Nomadland. Searchlight Pictures hide caption

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In 'Nomadland,' Discover The Joy And Sorrow Of The Road Less Traveled

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Frances McDormand stars as Fern in Nomadland. Courtesy of Searchlight Pictures hide caption

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Lana Condor and Noah Centineo star in To All The Boys: Always And Forever. Katie Yu/Netflix hide caption

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Stanley Tucci and Colin Firth star in Supernova. Courtesy of Bleecker Street hide caption

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Spike Lee (left) consults with actors Clarke Peters, Delroy Lindo, Jonathan Majors and Norm Lewis on the set of Da 5 Bloods. David Lee/Netflix hide caption

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Spike Lee: A 'Heavenly Light' Shined On Chadwick Boseman In 'Da 5 Bloods'

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Robin Wright stars as Edee in her feature directorial debut Land. Wright says her character has made a decision: "If I die, it's on me. I'm making this cognitive choice to live off the grid and try to find a new Edee." Daniel Power/Focus Features hide caption

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Robin Wright Makes Her Feature Directorial Debut In 'Land'

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Desus Nice and The Kid Mero in the second season of Desus & Mero. Greg Endries/Showtime hide caption

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Planet Money tries to buy a superhero. Siena Mae/NPR hide caption

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We Buy A Superhero: Origins

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The Lucas Bros, Using Humor 'To Shake Folk Woke'

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Judas and the Black Messiah tells the story of Black Panther Party leader Fred Hampton (Daniel Kaluuya), who was killed by the police in a 1969 raid. Courtesy of Warner Bros. Picture hide caption

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'Judas And The Black Messiah' Is A Tense Thriller About The Black Panther Party

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Daniel Kaluuya portrays Fred Hampton in new film Judas And The Black Messiah. Courtesy of Warner Bros. Inc. hide caption

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Rashida Jones says that growing up with two famous parents (Quincy Jones and Peggy Lipton) gave her a "very healthy perspective on fame." She's pictured above at the 2019 Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, Calif. Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images for The Recording Academy hide caption

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Rashida Jones On Becoming A Mom, Losing Her Mom, And The 'Big Chapters' Of Life

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Director Shaka King on the set of Judas and the Black Messiah. The film chronicles the life of Illinois Black Panther Party leader Fred Hampton through the eyes of William O'Neal — the man who infiltrated the group on behalf of the FBI. Glen Wilson/2021 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc hide caption

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Director Shaka King's Journey From 'Newlyweeds' To 'The Black Messiah'

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