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  • A Renaissance for Documentaries

    Summer sleepers like ‘RBG,’ ‘Won’t You Be My Neighbor’ and ‘Three Identical Strangers’ have many filmmakers saying there’s never been a better time to make documentaries.

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  • ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ Seeks Mainstream Success

    “Crazy Rich Asians,” a breezy tale about an over-the-top wedding in Singapore, arose from Kevin Kwan’s frustration at the fresh-off-the-boat depictions of Asian-Americans in popular culture.

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  • The Man Behind Winnie the Pooh Speaks Up, Gently

    Jim Cummings has spoken for more than 400 animated characters on such movies as “Who Framed Roger Rabbit,” “Aladdin” and “The Princess and the Frog.” For him, however, Winnie the Pooh and Tigger have proved to be the roles of a lifetime.

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  • Jim Gaffigan Gets Serious

    In a sharp turn for one of stand-up comedy’s most successful acts, Jim Gaffigan is taking on more serious roles than ever before, including as a sleazy police informant in “Gut Instinct” and a member of a snake-handling sect in “Them That Follow.”

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  • One ‘Mamma Mia!’ Was Never Going to Be Enough

    The sequel to the 2008 movie built around songs by Swedish pop group ABBA opens July 20. It’s the latest installment in a stage and screen enterprise that has proved surprisingly enduring—and lucrative.

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  • ‘RBG’ Holds Its Own at the Box Office

    In its first month of release, ‘RBG,’ a film about Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, earned more than $7 million, an unusually strong box-office showing for a documentary.

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  • Intrigue and Drama on the Han Solo Set

    The original directors of “Solo: A Star Wars Story” were fired during shooting, one of several signs of tumult behind the scenes of Disney’s blockbuster sci-fi saga.

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  • A ‘Fahrenheit 451’ for the Digital Era

    Michael B. Jordan stars in director Ramin Bahrani’s ‘Fahrenheit 451’ on HBO, which ushers Ray Bradbury’s mind-controlled dystopia into the internet age

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  • After ‘Juno,’ Life’s Other Changes

    Screenwriter Diablo Cody reflects on her own coming of age in her latest film “Tully,” the story of a harried mother and the night nurse she hires.

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