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Movie 'She Dies Tomorrow' Reviewed

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Funny Guy John Cleese Riffs On 'Why There Is No Hope' In His New Show

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'The Go-Go's' Documentary Offers A Look At The All-Female Band's Journey To Stardom

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What's Up, Doc? Bugs Bunny's Age. Cartoon Rabbit Turns 80

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Josephine Decker Releases A New Film About The Horror Writer Shirley Jackson

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The Rise, The Fall And The New Rise Of Drive-In Movie Theaters

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Olivia de Havilland in 1949, the same year she starred as Catherine Sloper in The Heiress, a role for which she won an Oscar. AP hide caption

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Olivia De Havilland, One Of Hollywood's Longest Living Legends, Dies At 104

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Rosamund Pike plays Marie Curie in the new Amazon Studios biopic Radioactive. Laurie Sparham/Amazon Studios hide caption

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Like Her 'Radioactive' Elements, Marie Curie Didn't 'Behave' As Expected

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A mischievous nun (Imelda Staunton) welcomes a stranger into a decrepit house in the supernatural thriller Amulet. Rob Baker Ashton/Magnet Releasing hide caption

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Terrific New Thrillers 'Amulet' And 'Relic' Explore Terrors Lurking Within The Home

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More Epic Than You May Think: Marie Curie's Biopic, 'Radioactive,' Reviewed

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(L-r) John David Washington and Robert Pattinson in Warner Bros. Pictures' action epic "TENET," a Warner Bros. Pictures release. Melinda Sue Gordon/Warner Bros. Entertainment hide caption

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Christopher Nolan's Sci-Fi Thriller 'Tenet' Delayed Indefinitely

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