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'Grey's Anatomy' Star Chandra Wilson Is Determined To Play Dr. Miranda...

The actor and director looks back on her long career as the ABC medical drama heads into an astonishing 19th season.

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'TÁR' Is A Fascinating Reflection Of The Me Too Reckoning — Except For One...

Cate Blanchett delivers a virtuosic performance as a world-renowned orchestra conductor who falls from grace in a chilling but, at times, frustrating film.

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'The Midnight Club' Brings Heather Langenkamp Back To An Evolved YA Horror...

The iconic actor from "A Nightmare on Elm Street” reflects on "final girls," what draws teens to genre, and her mysterious role in Netflix's chilling new series.

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‘Gordita Chronicles’ And Other Latino Series Deserve More From Hollywood

After the cancellation of series like “Gentefied” and “Promised Land,” four Latino showrunners talk about the state of Latino stories in Hollywood and what the future holds.

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We Need A Latino Superhero Revolution

With "Blue Beetle" and "El Muerto" on the horizon, Hollywood is putting a spotlight on Latino stars in comics franchises. But is it enough?

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The Movie 'She Said' Could Be A Valuable Public Service In A Time Of Media...

The film adaptation of The New York Times' Harvey Weinstein investigation comes at a time when media distrust is at a particularly concerning level.

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'Halloween Ends' Shoots Itself In The Foot

Jamie Lee Curtis’ final Laurie Strode is pinned against a less familiar and less interesting Michael Myers, who gets sidelined in a rudimentary new story.

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Meet 'In the Party' Rapper Flo Milli's Stylist Jenna Tyson

For "Who's Behind The Clothes," Jenna Tyson spoke about barriers that Black stylists have to overcome and what it’s like working with rapper Flo Milli.

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How Cannibalism Films 'Bones And All' And 'Raw' Capture The Young Woman...

While eating human flesh isn't a typical part of the female journey, both horror films are shockingly relatable.

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‘Real Housewives Of Politics’ Makes Its Big Debut During BravoCon

The Bravo franchise and its fans aren’t known for getting very political, but the Working Families Party wants to change that.

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The Message In 'Real Women Have Curves' Still Holds Up Today

Twenty years after its premiere, several Latinas talk about the enduring legacy of the film.

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'Industry' Costume Designer Colleen Morris-Glennon Talks Styling Finance...

The costume designer styled disco diva Donna Summer prior to her most recent role: bringing the art of tailoring back to television on the HBO show "Industry."

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Girl Group FLO Is Ushering In A New Era Of R&B

The group is enjoying a meteoric online rise after their hit single “Cardboard Box” — and proving that the genre is far from dead.

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The Big Cuts In Hollywood Right Now Could Set Back Years Of Progress On...

The UCLA Hollywood Diversity Report warns of potential backsliding ahead, as companies like Warner Bros. Discovery and Netflix slash programming and staff.

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‘The White Lotus’ Tells A Richer Tale In Season 2, But Doesn’t Quite Eat The...

The new season of the HBO series glimmers at times, but still comes up short.

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How Paramore’s Debut Album 'Riot' Became A Soundboard For Fans 15 Years Later

For many, the energy of the band's music provided a much-needed outlet for pent-up emotions.

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'Holy Spider' Confronts The Debate Around Fact vs. Fiction In Film

In the wake of Mahsa Amini’s death, director Ali Abassi grapples with the responsibility of true crime storytelling and misogyny in Iran.

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'Blockbuster' Creator Vanessa Ramos Knows Her Way Around A Great Workplace...

After writing for “Superstore” and “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” Ramos created the new Netflix series, starring Randall Park as the manager of the last Blockbuster store.

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'Weird: The Al Yankovic Story' Lacks An Actual Critique Of The Man Himself

The new film on the life of the “White and Nerdy” musician parodies clichéd biopics but dodges thornier questions about him as a cultural phenomenon.

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How Ruth E. Carter's Costumes In The New 'Black Panther' Honor Chadwick...

There is one particular scene and color that costume designer Ruth E. Carter hopes will make people feel like part of the movie experience.

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'The Crown' Re-Creates 'Tampongate' And Other Big Media Moments In Season 5

The show’s fifth season has reached the events of the 1990s, when there was no shortage of media coverage of the British royals.

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The Black Character's Fate In 'Armageddon Time' Is 'Vexing.' That's The...

James Gray's film, a look at race and privilege through the narrow lens of a young white boy, becomes a tougher and tougher pill to swallow as it goes on.

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'The Crown' Season 5 Can't Escape Its Miscasting Woes

The latest season of "The Crown" captures a chaotic period for the royal family — but the casting choices consume our attention.

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How 'Abbott Elementary' Star Quinta Brunson Serves Looks Outside The Classroom

Celebrity stylist and creative director Bryon Javar is the brain behind Brunson's off-screen looks.

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As Moving As 'Wakanda Forever' Is, It Also Suffers From Clunky Storytelling

The eagerly anticipated new movie is equally a wonderful tribute to the late Chadwick Boseman and painfully bloated.

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‘The Great British Bake Off’ Is Verging On Unwatchable — Except For One Thing

The Mexican Week fiasco was just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the show's problems.

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Bokeem Woodbine Is One Of The Most Underrated Actors Of His Generation

"The Inspection" star has been low-key stealing scenes throughout his 30-year career. Now he's opening up about his path to success.

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'The L Word: Generation Q' Bridges The Gap Between Millennials And Gen X

The potential for ageist snark was high. Instead, we're seeing younger, new characters bond with their older counterparts — and root for each other.

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‘Insecure’ Costume Designer Nails Why Authentic Style Is Integral To Black...

Ayanna James Kimani has worked on “Awkward Black Girl,” “Queen Sugar” and “All American: Homecoming.”

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'Welcome To Chippendales' Is A Disturbing Story Of Sex, Race And The...

While the Kumail Nanjiani-led series juggles themes that many other shows haven't bothered to broach, some things are left to be desired.

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How Stylist Alexander-Julian Gibbson Problem-Solves For Stars Like Lucky Daye

The 29-year-old Nigerian American creative director has made a name for himself dressing celebrities on the covers of GQ, Teen Vogue, Essence Magazine and more.

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Sophie B. Hawkins Gave Us A Queer Pop Hit In The '90s. Then Came The Backlash.

The musician reflects on her groundbreaking song “Damn I Wish I Was Your Lover,” the “gay mafia of the ‘90s,” and defining herself on her own terms.

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