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Remembering Debbie Reynolds

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I Am Not Your Negro uses the words of James Baldwin to analyze American attitudes toward race. Bob Adelman/Courtesy of Magnolia Pictures hide caption

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Studios And Audiences Had Lots To Celebrate In 2016

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To Make 'The Godfather' His Way, Francis Ford Coppola Waged A Studio Battle

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Filmmaker Documents Battle To Retake Mosul With Those Fighting It

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Carrie Fisher, Princess Leia Of Star Wars Fame, Dies At 60

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In Paterson, Adam Driver's character does the same thing every day. "Routine is very liberating and nurturing for him," says director Jim Jarmusch. Mary Cybulsky/Amazon Studios & Bleecker Street hide caption

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'Paterson': A Love Poem To Poetry, From Director Jim Jarmusch

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Gary the dog and Carrie Fisher attend Tribeca Tune In: Catastrophe at SVA Theatre 2 in April in New York City. Robin Marchant/Getty Images for Tribeca Film Festival hide caption

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LISTEN: 'Oh, my God, I hear him licking your hand.'

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The Controversy Over The Iconic 'Star Wars' Opening Title Crawl

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'Fences' And 'Hidden Figures' Explore Race, And More, In Midcentury America

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Actors Take On Expanded Vocal Duties In Movie 'Sing'

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Denzel Washington says his character, Troy, "thinks he can control death and the devil, and he finds out in the worst way that he can't." Washington stars alongside Viola Davis in Fences. David Lee/Paramount Pictures hide caption

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Denzel Washington And Viola Davis On Adapting 'Fences' And Honoring August Wilson

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