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Ron Howard Can’t Distance His Movie from the Unpersuasive Politics of ‘Hillbilly Elegy’

For Hollywood, surfing the political zeitgeist in the age of Trump proves to be a tricky task
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Does Netflix Finally Have a Shot at a Best Picture Win?

With a slate lousy with prestige pics—and viewers and voters stuck at home—the streamer's chances are looking good
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‘The Queen’s Gambit’ Is Inspiring Millions to Snap Up Chess Sets

Now the most-watched limited series in Netflix history, the stylish drama is having a Bobby Fischer-like impact on global chess playing
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Netflix Purchase of Historic Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood Finally Wraps

American Cinematheque will continue to operate the cinema and stage regular screenings
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The Fourth Season of ‘The Crown’ Is the Most Compelling Yet

Margaret Thatcher comes to power, Princess Diana emerges, and the Windsors grow increasingly insufferable
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Over a (Virtual) Pasta Dinner, Phil Rosenthal Talks Saving the Restaurant Industry, the Power of Good Food, and More

The host of Netflix's 'Somebody Feed Phil' orders takeout almost every meal—so we joined him via Zoom for dinner to go and a heart to heart
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Quibi Is Reportedly Kaput, Shutting Down Just Months After Its Splashy Launch

Audiences never sank their teeth into the "quick bite" streamer
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Aaron Sorkin Had No Idea His Latest Project Would Be Quite So Relevant in 2020

Hollywood's highest-paid writer, whose 'The Trial of the Chicago 7' comes out in October, talks Mark Zuckerberg, Donald Trump, and an explosive election season
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‘Cheer’ Fan Favorite Jerry Harris Accused of Producing Child Porn

The Emmy-nominated hit has been rocked by a scandal that could result in Harris serving as many as 30 years in prison
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Netflix Made a $300 Million Deal with Ryan Murphy. Maybe It Should Ask for a Refund

If 'Hollywood' is any indication, the prolific producer's output is only getting lazier