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Oscar Nominations Will Be Viewed Through 'MeToo' Lens

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Why TSA Officers Are Rooting For 'Get Out'

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These Movies Once Had Oscar Buzz But Lost It

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Films At Sundance Reflect Vast Cultural Shifts Across The World

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Documentary Offers A Devastating Look At The Obama Administration's 'Final Year'

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'Forever My Girl': A Familiar Tune, Played (Too) Simply

Country, Wronged: Music star Liam Page (Alex Roe) returns to his hometown, and his ex Josie (Jessica Rothe), whom he left to pursue his career.Jacob Yakob/Roadside Attractionshide caption

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Documentary 'The Final Year' Offers Behind-The-Scenes Look At Obama's Foreign Policy

Greg Barker's The Final Year finds former President Barack Obama grappling with foreign policy decisions. Figures from left: Deputy National Security Advisor Ben Rhodes, U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Samantha Power, Secretary of State John Kerry, and President Barack Obama.Kevin Lamarque/Reutershide caption

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'12 Strong': When The Afghan War Looked Like A Quick, Stirring Victory

U.S. troops, in tan uniforms, look over maps with Afghan rebel commander Rashid Dostum (center) in October 2001. A dozen U.S. soldiers teamed up with Dostum's force to defeat the Taliban in northern Afghanistan.Courtesy of Bob Penningtonhide caption

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'12 Strong': When The Afghan War Looked Like A Quick, Stirring Victory

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Director Hugh Wilson, Creator Of 'WKRP In Cincinnati,' Dies At 74

Hugh Wilson arrives at a WKRP In Cincinnati Reunion at The Paley Center for Media on June 4, 2014 in Beverly Hills, Calif. Wilson, who created the sitcom, has died at 74.Joe Scarnici/WireImage/Getty Imageshide caption

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Wes Studi On His Cherokee Nation Childhood And How He Discovered Acting

Wes Studi, pictured here in 2014, says he got into acting through community theater.Charley Gallay/Getty Images for Disneyhide caption

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Wes Studi On His Cherokee Nation Childhood And How He Discovered Acting

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Pop Culture Happy Hour: 'The Florida Project'

Actress Bria Vinaite plays 20-something single mom Halley in The Florida Project. Her daughter, Moonee, is played by Brooklynn Prince.Marc Schmidt/Courtesy of A24hide caption

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Pop Culture Happy Hour: 'The Florida Project'

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Catherine Deneuve Apologizes To Sex Assault Victims After Controversial Letter

Catherine Deneuve apologized to victims after an open letter she co-signed sparked accusations that she was defending those guilty of sexual assault.Arthur Mola/Arthur Mola/Invision/APhide caption

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In 'The Insult,' All Politics Is A Local Neighborhood Squabble

In The Insult, a minor argument between a Lebanese Christian named Toni (Adel Karam, left) and a Palestinian refugee named Yasser (Kamel El Basha) spirals out of control.Courtesy of the Cohen Media Grouphide caption

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In 'The Insult,' All Politics Is A Local Neighborhood Squabble

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