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The Vigilant Thriller 'Into The Fade' Melds Tragedy With Nihilism

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Margo Robbie stars as Tonya Harding in I, Tonya. Neon hide caption

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Pop Culture Happy Hour: 'I, Tonya'

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Melody, Unchained: Reda Kateb plays Django Reinhardt — and the guitar — as the music legend attempts to escape German-occupied France in Django. Under the Milky Way hide caption

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How A Massive Pay Gap Occurred In The 'All The Money In The World' Reshoot

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'Coco' Filmmakers Explore The 'Connection To Loved Ones Past'

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Activism At The 75th Golden Globes Went Beyond Black Dresses

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Oprah Winfrey, the first black woman to win the Cecil B. DeMille Award, spent most of her speech time at the 75th Golden Globes talking about the long fight for women's justice. NBCUniversal via Getty Images hide caption

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Activism Hits The Red Carpet And Oprah Hits A Home Run At The Golden Globes

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Activist Rosa Clemente (far left), actors Susan Sarandon and Michelle Williams and activist Tarana Burke (far right), arrive to the 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. Clemente is an organizer, political commentator and independent journalist. Burke is the founder of the #MeToo. movement and co-founder of Just Be You Inc. Christopher Polk/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images hide caption

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The Real Molly Bloom

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After A Year Of Reckoning, Can Hollywood Change?

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The Golden Globes And #MeToo

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Jessica Chastain plays Molly Bloom and Idris Elba plays her attorney in Molly's Game. Michael Gibson/Courtesy of STXfilms hide caption

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Molly Bloom And Aaron Sorkin On The Real Story Behind 'Molly's Game'

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'Get Out' Sprang From An Effort To Master Fear, Says Director Jordan Peele

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