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Amandla Stenberg, Maria Bakalova, Chase Sui Wonders, and Rachel Sennott in a scene from Bodies Bodies Bodies, directed by Halina Reijn. A24 hide caption

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Amber Midthunder as Naru in Prey. David Bukach/20th Century Studios hide caption

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To 'Free Chol Soo Lee,' Asian Americans had to find their collective political voice

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Aasif Mandvi as Ben Shakir, Mike Colter as David Acosta, and Katja Herbers as Kristen Bouchard in Evil Elizabeth Fisher/Elizabeth Fisher/Paramount+ hide caption

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Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Brad Pitt in a scene from the film Bullet Train. Sony Pictures hide caption

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A girl sits in front of a bakery in the crowd with Afghan women waiting to receive bread in Kabul on Jan. 31, 2022. Ali Khara/Reuters hide caption

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Undercover journalist in Afghanistan finds Taliban are abducting, imprisoning women

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Super Fly, lobbycard, from left: Sheila Frazier, Ron O'Neal, 1972. LMPC/LMPC via Getty Images hide caption

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Super Fly at 50: A blaxploitation classic that remains a powerful pop culture force

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Actress Leslie Grace at the MTV Video Music Awards in Sept. 2021. Grace filmed the title role in Batgirl — which the studio has permanently shelved. Jason Kempin/Getty Images hide caption

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Warner Bros. kills off 'Batgirl' movie, $90 million in

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