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Mar 07, 2021

Golden Globes Vows Reform Amid Scrutiny on Diversity
The HFPA said Saturday that it would focus on adding Black and other underrepresented members to its organization

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Mar 06, 2021

Will the Pandemic Spawn a New Genre of Cult Classics? Barb and Star Suggests Yes
If you subscribe to Netflix or any other streaming service, you know—or you're at least made to feel—that even if you're not yet ready to return to theaters, you'll never run out of things to watch. That should be exciting. So why isn't it? The unending supply of that thing with the deeply unromantic name…

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Mar 05, 2021

Raya and the Last Dragon Introduces Disney's First Southeast Asian Princess. Advocates Say Hollywood Representation Shouldn't Stop There
The new animated movie is a step forward, but it's also sparking conversations about greater opportunities for inclusive storytelling

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Mar 05, 2021

Here's What's Next for the Marvel Cinematic Universe After WandaVision
The MCU may be about to get a little less grounded and a little more otherworldly

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Mar 05, 2021

All of Your WandaVision Questions, Answered
Is Wanda evil? Is Vision dead? What's with all the X-Men?

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Mar 05, 2021

Coming 2 America Has Its Modest Charms, But It's Mostly a Reminder of How Great Its Predecessor Is
Eddie Murphy, Arsenio Hall and nearly all of the original cast return, with some notable newcomers, more than 30 years later

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Mar 05, 2021

John Amos Looks Back on 50 Years in Hollywood
The "Coming 2 America" star looks back on a lifetime of breaking barriers in "Roots," "Good Times" and "The Mary Tyler Moore Show"

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Mar 04, 2021

How the Makers of Murder Among the Mormons Unraveled the Mysterious Story Behind the 1985 Salt Lake City Bombings
Talking to the duo behind the buzzy new Netflix docuseries

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Mar 04, 2021

The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run Is a Ludicrous Undersea Delight
The third entry in the feature-film annex of the long-running television show is ludicrous entertainment for frazzled times

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Mar 04, 2021

People Longing for Movie Theaters During the 1918 Flu Pandemic Feels Very Familiar in 2021
After being closed for almost exactly a year, New York City plans to partially reopen movie theaters on Mar. 5

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Mar 04, 2021

Being Stuck at Home for a Year Has Led to One Repeated Question: What's Ben Affleck Doing Now?
From the constant Dunkin' to the ex-girlfriend cardboard cutout, the internet has had a collective sad king during the pandemic

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Mar 04, 2021

The Real World Homecoming: New York Is a Bittersweet Glimpse at Everything Reality TV Could've Been
The original New York cast's reunion raises the question: was a better, alternate version of reality TV possible?

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Mar 03, 2021

Buckingham Palace Launches Bullying Investigation Against Meghan Markle Ahead of Her Bombshell Oprah Interview
A spokesman for the Duchess of Sussex said she was "saddened by this latest attack on her character"

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Mar 03, 2021

Moxie Invokes Fierce, Riot Grrrl Spirit, Only to End in a Noncommittal Group Hug
Amy Poehler directs and stars in a new Netflix movie about a teen becoming radicalized—to a point—in the tradition of her one-time riot grrrl mom

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Mar 02, 2021

Bunny Wailer, Reggae Luminary, Dies in Jamaica at Age 73
Jamaica's Prime Minister Andrew Holness paid tribute, calling Wailer an "elder statesman of the Jamaican music scene"

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Mar 02, 2021

‘We Have the Same Pain and the Same Joy.' Minari Director Lee Isaac Chung on the Universality of His Golden-Globe Winning Film
On growing up in Arkansas and the recent Golden Globes controversy

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Mar 02, 2021

Six Dr. Seuss Books Will Stop Being Published Because of Racist Imagery
Dr. Seuss Enterprises will no longer publish or license six of the author's books, including his first children's book, And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street (1937) and If I Ran the Zoo (1950), because of racist and insensitive imagery. On Tuesday, the company released a statement on their website explaining their…

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Mar 02, 2021

Kazuo Ishiguro on How His New Novel Klara and the Sun Is a Celebration of Humanity
The convention of this interview format is to spend TIME With the subject, but with the U.K. in lockdown, physical proximity is impossible. So over a recent video call with Kazuo Ishiguro, we ponder where we might meet were it possible. The Nobel literature laureate's new novel, Klara and the Sun, centers around artificial intelligence…

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Mar 01, 2021

Lady Gaga's Dog Walker Speaks Out After Hollywood Shooting
Ryan Fischer described the violence and his recovery "from a very close call with death" in social media posts

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Mar 01, 2021

Films From the Middle East and North Africa Often Struggle to Reach Viewers in the Region. A New Streaming Service Aims to Bring Them Home
Shasha is the world's first platform showcasing films from the Middle East and North Africa to a global audience

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Mar 01, 2021

From Britney to Buffy, We're Suddenly Rethinking Postfeminist Pop Culture—and Nothing Could Be Healthier
Whether you attribute them to a 20-year nostalgia cycle, a new wave of feminism or both, these blasts from the recent past add up to a larger reckoning with how pop culture treated women a generation ago

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Mar 01, 2021

Don't Blame Amy and Tina—the 2021 Golden Globes Were Always Going to Be a Disaster
A three-hour Zoom meeting with stars in evening gowns is, alas, still a three-hour Zoom meeting

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Feb 28, 2021

The Best and Worst Moments of the 2021 Golden Globe Awards
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler co-hosted a strange, subdued ceremony with a handful of highs

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Feb 28, 2021

See All the Winners of the 2021 Golden Globe Awards
The 78th Golden Globes, airing Feb. 28 at 8 p.m. ET, have at least one familiar element: Amy Poehler and Tina Fey are co-hosting the ceremony, for a fourth time. Pretty much everything else will reflect the strangeness and difficulty of the past year, from the fact that the hosts will be on opposite coasts…

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Feb 28, 2021

Here's What's New on Amazon Prime in March 2021
From 'Coming 2 America' to 'Back to the Future'

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Feb 28, 2021

Here's Everything New on Netflix in March 2021—And What's Leaving
From 'Waffles Mochi' to 'Last Chance U: Basketball'

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Feb 26, 2021

The 5 Best New Shows Our TV Critic Watched in February 2021
From It's a Sin to Nadiya Bakes

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Feb 26, 2021

The United States vs. Billie Holiday Is a Messy But Passionate Tribute to an American Legend
Lee Daniels' disorganized but passionate drama focuses on the obsessive vengeance with which the Federal Bureau of Narcotics pursued Holiday

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Feb 26, 2021

In the Gently Moving Minari, a Korean Family Finds Home in America's Heartland
In Lee Isaac Chung's thoughtful semi-autobiographical drama, a family of Korean immigrants adjusts to an isolated life on a farm in Arkansas

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Feb 26, 2021

The Ballroom Scene Has Long Offered Radical Freedoms For Black and Brown Queer People. Today, That Matters More Than Ever
Marginalized by prejudice, violence, housing insecurity, and HIV infection rates among other burdens, Black and brown transgender and gender-nonconforming people face particular challenges in establishing secure, nourishing communities—both within LGBTQ spaces and in society at large. One response to these stigmas has been the formation of self-sustaining social networks and cultural groups, such as the…

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Feb 26, 2021

Here Are the 14 New Books You Should Read in March
The best new books arriving this month are written by authors both established and emerging. March brings with it much-anticipated new fiction from Viet Thanh Nguyen and Kazuo Ishiguro, as well as buzzy debuts from Alexandra Andrews and Gabriela Garcia. Many of these books push us to consider the places we frequent and how they've…

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Feb 26, 2021

Lady Gaga's Dog Walker Shot and Her 2 French Bulldogs Stolen in Armed Robbery
Lady Gaga is offering a $500,000 reward for the return of her dogs — whose names are Koji and Gustav — with no questions asked.

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Feb 25, 2021

Billie Eilish: The World's a Little Blurry Is a Mostly Fascinating Portrait of an Apocalyptic Teen Pop Star
It's a complex, observant and overwhelmingly flattering portrait. And, if they can sit tight through too many similar home-recording scenes, it should help the perplexed appreciate her appeal

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Feb 25, 2021

Sia's Golden Globe-Nominated Music Isn't Just Offensive. It's Also Bad Art—and the Distinction Matters
When I watched the teaser trailer for Music back in November, my first impression was one of distaste. In tone and intent, I found Sia's sensory-overloading musical film about a non-speaking autistic girl—which is up for two Golden Globes this weekend—eerily reminiscent of "The Bob Lamonta Story," a 1997 Mr. Show with Bob and David…

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Feb 24, 2021

Everything to Know About Demon Slayer: The Manga, TV Series and Record-Breaking Film
Here's what to know about author-illustrator Koyoharu Gotouge and the meteoric success of the manga, television series and film

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Feb 24, 2021

Punky Brewster Is Just the Latest Proof That Today's Kids Deserve Better Than ‘80s and ‘90s Reboots
Seriously, who is Peacock's new 'Punky Brewster' even for?

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Feb 23, 2021

A Conversation with Filmmaker Adam Curtis on Power, Technology and How Ideas Get Into People's Heads
The BBC filmmaker's new documentary 'Can't Get You Out of My Head' offers an "emotional history" of the postwar world

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Feb 19, 2021

Watch a Special Event Celebrating the 2021 TIME100 Next
On Feb. 19, TIME's virtual conversation series TIME100 Talks aired a special episode celebrating the release of the 2021 TIME100 Next, a list recognizing 100 emerging leaders from around the world who are poised to shape the future of their industries and their communities. The episode, which was hosted by breakout Never Have I Ever…

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Feb 19, 2021

We Need More Female Villains Onscreen—But Not the Kind We Get in I Care a Lot
In the wanly nihilistic new Netflix movie, Rosamund Pike plays a scammer who poses as a guardian of the helpless elderly so she can bilk them out of their savings

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Feb 19, 2021

The Ghost of Noël Coward Is Nowhere to Be Found in the Dull Blithe Spirit
This adaptation of Coward's 1941 play scrubs away his acidity as if it were tarnish and not the actual shine

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Feb 18, 2021

HBO Max's Bold, Witty and Wrenching AIDS Drama It's a Sin Is the First Must-See Show of 2021
Russell T. Davies' bold, witty, wrenching HBO Max drama follows five young friends through the first decade of the AIDS crisis in London

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Feb 17, 2021

Teaching Black History Has Become a Flashpoint. Three New Docuseries Refuse to Sugarcoat Their Narratives
As politicians fight over race and education, three very different docuseries offer vital perspectives on Black history

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Feb 15, 2021

How the New British Drama It's a Sin Is Telling the History of the 1980s AIDS Crisis—and Sparking Change in the Present
In the early 1990s, Welsh writer and television producer Russell T Davies heard the same story from many families about their experiences in earlier years: parents who arrived at AIDS wards at British hospitals to discover that their son was gay, that he had AIDS, and that he was dying, all in one moment. "That…

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Feb 15, 2021

What to Know About Nomadland and the Real-Life Community Behind the Movie
TIME spoke to Jessica Bruder, author of 'Nomadland,' about the real-life nomads featured in Chloé Zhao's film

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Feb 14, 2021

Meghan Markle Is Pregnant With Second Child With Husband Prince Harry
A spokesperson for Prince Harry and Meghan said: 'We can confirm that Archie is going to be a big brother'

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Feb 14, 2021

A Love Letter For All the Days After Valentine's Day
Giving ordinary love its beautiful due

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Feb 12, 2021

Minari and the Real Korean-American Immigrants Who Have Farmed U.S. Soil For More Than a Century
There are many Korean American farmers who acutely recognize the experiences portrayed in Minari—and, until now, had never seen themselves reflected onscreen with such specificity

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Feb 12, 2021

Judas and the Black Messiah Tells a Tragic, Real-Life Story of Revolution and Betrayal
Shaka King's bracing and mournful picture tells the story of Illinois Black Panther leader Fred Hampton and the FBI informant who facilitated his demise

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Feb 12, 2021

The Best Teen Rom-Coms to Watch After You Finish the To All the Boys Trilogy
When it debuted on Netflix in 2018, To All the Boys I've Loved Before, the film adaptation of Jenny Han's best-selling young adult novel, in many ways revived the teen rom-com. The sensitive and endearing love story between the introverted, baking-obsessed Lara Jean Covey (Lana Candor) and the popular lacrosse player Peter Kavinsky (Noah Centineo)…

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Feb 12, 2021

‘I Know I Failed.' Justin Timberlake Apologizes to Britney Spears and Janet Jackson
He says he wants to apologize to Spears and Jackson "because I care for and respect these women and I know I failed"

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Feb 12, 2021

Remembering Chick Corea, An Endlessly Inquisitive Jazz Pioneer
Here's how TIME covered the jazz legend over the years, showcasing the limitless bounds of his ever-roving curiosity

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Feb 12, 2021

In Starz's Enchanting The Luminaries, Fate and Free Will Battle Amid New Zealand's Gold Rush
Eleanor Catton adapts her Booker-winning novel into an absorbing miniseries set amid New Zealand's 1860s gold rush

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Feb 12, 2021

How The Black Panther Party Inspired a New Generation of Activists
The Black Panthers have long been vilified, but their impact on many prominent current activists is immeasurable

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Feb 11, 2021

CBS' Silence of the Lambs Sequel Clarice Robs a Unique Franchise of Its Personality
For a show about a brilliant behavioral scientist, Clarice doesn't seem especially interested in building a psychological profile that feels specific

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Feb 10, 2021

Larry Flynt, Porn Purveyor and 1st Amendment Advocate, Dies at 78
Flynt scored a surprising U.S. Supreme Court victory over the Rev. Jerry Falwell, who had sued him for libel

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Feb 10, 2021

The New Class of Comfort TV: 16 Shows to Watch When You Run Out of Friends and The Office
Finished 'The West Wing'? Try 'Borgen'

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Feb 09, 2021

How a Foulmouthed Bigot Named Archie Bunker Charmed—and Changed—America
When 'All in the Family' premiered 50 years ago, in January 1971, most people had never seen anything like Archie Bunker—at least on TV

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Feb 09, 2021

Mary Wilson, the Longest-Reigning Original Supreme, Dies at 76
Wilson died Monday night at her home in Las Vegas and the cause was not immediately clear, said publicist Jay Schwartz

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Feb 08, 2021

‘We All Have to Create Our Own Universe.' Producer and Artist Zackary Drucker on Telling Nuanced Trans Stories
The multimedia artist speaks with TIME about her new series, 'The Lady and the Dale'

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Feb 05, 2021

‘We Have a Right to Speak.' Watch Brit Bennett, Jasmine Guillory and Jacqueline Woodson Discuss the Shift of Power Toward Black Women Writers
Following a year filled with anti-racist reading lists and proclamations to "listen to Black women," novelists Brit Bennett, Jasmine Guillory and Jacqueline Woodson reflected on what what it means to be a Black writer today on the Feb. 5 "Black in America" episode of TIME100 Talks. In a roundtable conversation, also part of TIME and…

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Feb 05, 2021

Christopher Plummer, Oscar-Winning The Sound of Music Actor, Dies at 91
(NEW YORK) — Christopher Plummer, the dashing award-winning actor who played Captain von Trapp in the film The Sound of Music and at 82 became the oldest Academy Award acting winner in history, has died. He was 91. Plummer died Friday morning at his home in Connecticut with his wife, Elaine Taylor, by his side,…

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Feb 05, 2021

In France's Official Oscar Entry Two of Us, Two Women's Love Story Plays Like a Thriller
A movie that's especially attuned to the sensuality of older women, Two of Us morphs from romance to woman-gone-mad psychothriller territory

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Feb 05, 2021

Zendaya Dazzles in the Otherwise Dull Malcolm & Marie
'Euphoria' creator Sam Levinson directs this movie about a filmmaker and his girlfriend fighting over the course of one evening

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Feb 04, 2021

Bachelor Stars Are Promoting a Birth Control App on Instagram That Experts Say Uses One of the Least Effective Contraceptive Methods
Natural Cycles uses fertility awareness methods, which carry a relatively high rate of unintended pregnancy

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Feb 04, 2021

How Black Musical Artists Revolutionized the Sound of Protest in 2016
That year, Black artists' meditative sounds and personal lyrics became a form of protest in a society that consistently denies Black humanity

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Feb 04, 2021

Hollywood So Often Gets Black History Wrong. Black Filmmakers Are Setting the Record Straight
Black creators are telling forgotten chapters of Black history, determined to reject white-savior narratives and center Black interiority

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Feb 04, 2021

The Story Behind TIME's Amanda Gorman Cover
The photographer who took Amanda Gorman's portraits unpacks his process

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Feb 04, 2021

‘We Know Our Stories Matter.' Brit Bennett, Jasmine Guillory and Jacqueline Woodson Discuss the Importance of Fiction
Black women have been honoring and lifting our voices, sharing our strengths, broadening our revolutionary scope since we got here. We tell stories that come through our hair and our hips, our shoulders and our ride-or-die stride as we walk alongside one another, tethered to our tropes, ever strong, mammified, over-sexualized but ultimately free together.…

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Feb 04, 2021

‘Unity With Purpose.' Amanda Gorman and Michelle Obama Discuss Art, Identity and Optimism
Amanda Gorman captivated the world when she read her poem "The Hill We Climb" at President Joe?Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris' Jan. 20 Inauguration ceremony. Sitting just feet away from the 22-year-old that day was former First Lady Michelle Obama, who had met Gorman twice before—in 2016 at a White House event for the…

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Feb 03, 2021

What HBO's Fake Famous Doesn't Understand About Young People and Influencer Culture
A new documentary argues the obvious: that influencer culture is soulless. What's harder, and what would have made for a more worthwhile film, is to explain why such vapidity appeals to young people

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Feb 03, 2021

The 25 Defining Works of the Black Renaissance
From blockbuster hit 'Black Panther' to Beyoncé's album 'Lemonade,' here are 25 works that defined the Black Renaissance

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Feb 03, 2021

Ibram X. Kendi: This Is the Black Renaissance
A wave of Black cultural works are emancipating the American consciousness, and banging on the door of the classical canon

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Feb 03, 2021

The Sparks Brothers, a Sundance Delight, Tells the Grand Story of This Enduringly Enigmatic Art-Pop Duo
Edgar Wright's glorious documentary leaves you wanting more of Sparks, not less

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Feb 03, 2021

Rebecca Hall's Passing Is a Complex, Moving Story About Racial Identity—and a Sundance Standout
Hall's directorial debut stars Ruth Negga and Tessa Thompson as two Black women leading very different lives

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Feb 03, 2021

The 11 Weirdest Golden Globe Nominations—And What Should Have Been Nominated Instead
Awards season is never not a mixed bag, but the 2021 Golden Globe nominations landed with a particular thud on Wednesday. The obvious, baffling snubs were many. The heartwarming surprises were few. And even a pandemic that brought the film industry to its knees last year didn't fully explain the raft of "Huh?"-inducing choices from…

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Feb 03, 2021

T.J. Osborne Is Ready to Tell His Story
T.J. of the Brothers Osborne is now the only openly gay artist signed to a major country label—a historic moment for the genre

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Feb 03, 2021

How the Creators of HBO's The Lady and the Dale Told a Sensitive Story About a Complicated Trans Trailblazer
The new docuseries paints a multidimensional portrait of the auto entrepreneur and complicated transgender trailblazer Liz Carmichael

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Feb 03, 2021

‘My Story in All Its Messy Glory.' Michelle Obama Is Releasing a New Edition of Becoming for Young Readers
The new version is adapted for children ages 10 and up

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Feb 03, 2021

What to Know About the Book Behind Netflix's Firefly Lane
Kristin Hannah's novel traces a friendship over several decades

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Feb 03, 2021

Netflix's Undeniably Cheesy Gal-Pal Drama Firefly Lane Pairs Well With a Glass of Wine
By most metrics, 'Firefly Lane' is simply not a good show. Yet despite its many limitations, there's something lovable about it.

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Feb 02, 2021

Here Are the 14 New Books You Should Read in February
The best new books arriving in February offer something for everyone. Memoirs from Rebecca Carroll and Randa Jarrar explore questions of identity and belonging. New fiction from Brandon Hobson and Chang-rae Lee follow characters as they navigate how the past has impacted their present. And Henry Louis Gates, Jr. weaves together over 400 years of…

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Feb 02, 2021

Hal Holbrook, Steadfast Character Actor Who Long Portrayed Mark Twain, Dies at 95
Holbrook played the mysterious informant "Deep Throat" in "All the President's Men" and also won five Emmys and a Tony

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Feb 02, 2021

‘The World Always Outwits Human Ingenuity.' How the Energetic Cover of Colson Whitehead's Upcoming Novel Harlem Shuffle Hints at the Heist Within
'The world always outwits human ingenuity,' the author teases

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Feb 01, 2021

Marilyn Manson Denies Evan Rachel Wood's Allegations of Abuse
It is not immediately clear whether Wood has gone to authorities with any of her allegations

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Feb 01, 2021

Dustin Diamond, Best Known for Role as Screech in Saved by the Bell, Dies at 44
A representative for Diamond announced last month that the actor had been diagnosed with cancer

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Jan 31, 2021

‘Would You Kill God Too?' W.J. Lofton's New Poem Puts a Spotlight on Breonna Taylor's Killers
The poem is part of Ava DuVernay's Law Enforcement Accountability Project, which aims to combat the code of silence surrounding police brutality

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Jan 31, 2021

‘Would You Kill God Too?' W.J. Lofton's New Poem, Commissioned by Ava DuVernay, Puts a Spotlight on Breonna Taylor's Killers
The poem is part of Ava DuVernay's Law Enforcement Accountability Project, which aims to combat the code of silence surrounding police brutality

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Jan 31, 2021

Here's Everything New on Netflix in February 2021—And What's Leaving
From 'Malcom and Marie' to 'To All the Boys: Always and Forever'

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Jan 31, 2021

Here's What's New on Amazon Prime in February 2021
From 'Coming to America' to 'Whitney: Can I Be Me'

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Jan 30, 2021

Sophie, Grammy-Nominated Scottish Musician, Dies at 34
"Tragically, our beautiful Sophie passed away this morning after a terrible accident," a statement said

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Jan 29, 2021

The 5 Best New Shows Our TV Critic Watched in January 2021
From Lupin to The Long Song, these were the new shows worth watching in January.

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Jan 29, 2021

Cicely Tyson Didn't Just Open Doors—She Opened Whole Worlds
One of the great actresses of the 1970s—and that's if you're drawing up a list of, say, three—didn't have many big starring roles in film; she would end up landing some of her most prestigious parts in television and theater. But the career of Cicely Tyson can't be assessed by the number of big film…

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Jan 29, 2021

Black Art Is in High Demand. But Telling Our Stories Comes at a Cost
When I wrote my first movie script 10 years ago with a close friend, he and I argued about whether or not the main characters should be Black. I believed then that we wouldn't be able to sell a movie with Black protagonists. Things are different now. In the past few years, while publishers, film…

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Jan 29, 2021

The Dig Is Just the Movie to Relieve Midwinter Cabin Fever
The Netflix drama starring Carey Mulligan and Ralph Fiennes is a smart, gentle picture with fine performances

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Jan 29, 2021

The Long Song Is a Brilliant Tale of Slavery's End in Jamaica, Frustratingly Told
If only the show had the courage to follow through on the irreverence of its opening scene

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Jan 29, 2021

The 15 Most Anticipated Korean Dramas of 2021
From 'Snowdrop' to 'Youth of May'

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Jan 28, 2021

TWICE Delivers Uplifting Performance of ‘DEPEND ON YOU' at TIME100 Talks
For the first time, the K-pop giant performed the track from its latest album, 'Eyes Wide Open'

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Jan 28, 2021

Cicely Tyson, Pioneering Actress Known for Her ‘Convictions and Grace,' Dies at 96
The groundbreaking star gained an Oscar nomination for her role as the sharecropper's wife in 'Sounder'

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Jan 28, 2021

‘I Can Be Someone I Didn't Have.' Actor Simu Liu on Asian Representation and His Marvel Future
Simu Liu, star of 'Kim's Convenience,' will lead this summer's 'Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings'

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Jan 28, 2021

‘Death is a Turning Point': Search Party‘s Creators Discuss Season 4 and the Shocking Finale Twist
Charles Rogers and Sarah-Violet Bliss talk about brainwashing, millennials, and Dory's dance with death

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