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Bradley Cooper plays musician Jackson Maine in A Star Is Born. In addition to playing the male protagonist, Cooper is making his directorial debut. Warner Bros. Pictures hide caption

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Bradley Cooper On The Personal Story Behind 'A Star Is Born'

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"'Hit Any Key?' Where's the 'any' key?" — The remorseless alien killing machine should probably just turn the console off and on again in The Predator. Kimberley French/20th Century Fox hide caption

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Bridget (Kristen Stewart, left) and Lizzie (Chloe Sevigny, right) decide to take a whack at love in Lizzie. Saban Films, Roadside Atractions hide caption

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Saban Films, Roadside Atractions

Sean Penn plays a veteran astronaut who aspires to go to Mars in the Hulu series The First. Alan Markfield/Hulu hide caption

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'The First' Is A Human Mission To Mars, With A Focus On The Humans

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Bel Powley and Jesse Eisenberg appeared in Jason Reitman's live read of The Breakfast Club on Sunday night in Toronto. Amanda Edwards/Getty Images hide caption

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In the documentary Swiped, filmmaker Nancy Jo Sales investigates how dating apps have created unintended consequences in actual relationships. Courtesy of HBO hide caption

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A Documentary Swipes Left On Dating Apps

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Geneva Robertson-Dworet arrives at the Tomb Raider premiere at Los Angeles' TCL Chinese Theatre in March. Jordan Strauss/Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP hide caption

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Female Breakout 'Captain Marvel' Screenwriter Is Disrupting The Superheroine Trope

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