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Did Producer Scott Rudin Stymie To Kill a Mockingbird’s Shot at Best Play?

Aaron Sorkin’s adaptation of Harper Lee’s novel is a Broadway sensation, but something happened on the way to the Tonys
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Long-Running Reality Show COPS Might Be Even More Problematic Than You Thought

A new podcast from the journalist behind "Missing Richard Simmons" delves deep into what's happened behind the scenes for 30 years
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Inside the Hollywood Scandal That Looms Over Israel’s Election

Producer Arnon Milchan's generosity and the Prime Minister’s taste for cigars set the stage for indictments that are roiling Israel

A Sports Site Hijacked a Comedian’s Video—and Intimidated Her for Complaining

Miel Bredouw's experience with Barstool Sports has raised bigger questions about Twitter's policies
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Netflix May Purchase the Historic Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood

The company would operate the historic cinema in collaboration with American Cinematheque
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As Mnuchin’s Hollywood Ties Dog Him, His Wife Is Still Trying to Make It in the Movies

Louise Linton isn't letting her husband's position as Treasury Secretary derail her big-screen aspirations
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Fortnite’s Most Famous Player is Taking His Own Team to Court

Celeb gamer Tfue is suing L.A.’s FaZe Clan—and the case could change e-sports forever
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Legendary Music Producer Linda Perry Could Make History at the Grammys This Year

The former 4 Non Blondes front woman needs you to check your sexist assumptions
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Celebrate John Singleton’s Career By Catching Up on His Movies

The L.A. filmmaker behind “Boyz n the Hood,” has died at age 51. We’ve rounded up where to stream his classics.

Roma Actor May Miss the Oscars After Being Denied a Visa

Jorge Antonio Guerrero suggests U.S. officials thought he looked more like a laborer than an actor