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(L-R) Janicza Bravo, Brett Gelman and Megan Mullally on the set of "Lemon."

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With 'Lemon,' Brett Gelman & Janicza Bravo make art out of anxiety

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The husband-and-wife duo Janicza Bravo and Brett Gelman funneled anxiety, dread and discomfort into their feature film "Lemon."

'Curious Incident' actor on playing a brilliant character whose mind works differently

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Adam Langdon stars in "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time," the story of an incredibly intelligent teen who can't articulate his emotions.

A great artist in 3-D: 'Chagall: Fantasies for the Stage' at LACMA

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Chagall’s stage work is a singular combination of great artistry and just plain fun. You don't need to like classical music or ballet to enjoy it ... and be sure to take the kids.

Fans go ham with Lin-Manuel Miranda at the Pantages

Fans of the Broadway musical "Hamilton" enjoyed a performance Wednesday from the show's creator and star, Lin-Manuel Miranda.

How TV writers' parental leave could help Hollywood's diversity problem

Under a new contract, TV writers now get eight weeks of unpaid leave for new parents — but the demands of Hollywood still make work-life balance a struggle.

Nikolaj Coster-Waldau goes from ‘Game of Thrones’ to gangster

The "Game of Thrones" star — Jaime Lannister himself — talks about the HBO show and his role in the new film "Shot Caller."

'Deadpool 2' stunt goes tragically wrong, killing stuntwoman

Joi Harris was a licensed motorcycle racer who was doing her first movie stunts. She reportedly lost control of her bike and was thrown through a plate glass window.

Stunt driver dies while filming 'Deadpool 2' in Vancouver

"Deadpool 2" star Ryan Reynolds is mourning the death of a motorcycle stunt driver killed during production Monday.

No more 'Game of Thrones' scoops in latest HBO hack

Hackers released more unaired episodes of "Curb Your Enthusiasm" and "Insecure" but the most damaging data may be sensitive personal information of HBO employees.

TV portrayals of autism still fall short

While some are applauding two new TV shows — "Atypical" on Netflix and "The Good Doctor" on ABC — others think they send the wrong messages.

Stream Outside Lands festival this weekend

You can stream performances from Lorde, alt-J, A Tribe Called Quest, Kaytranada, Gorillaz and more.

'Descendants' director's dream gig: A teen coming-out story

Kenny Ortega choreographed and directed the Disney Channel's "High School Musical" and "Descendants" films. He says he'd love to someday make a coming-out story for young people.

Revisit the NBA dreams of LA teens with 'Morningside 5'

This new ESPN film follows the stars of the 1992 Morningside High School basketball team a quarter-century after their state championships.

Want 'Hamilton' tickets for $10? Here's how to get them

Through a digital lottery, 40 tickets will be sold for every performance for $10 each, and seat locations vary per performance – though some of those seats could be in the front row.

Meet the Hollywood Bowl's sound wizard

Every summer, more than 17,000 people attend concerts at the Hollywood Bowl and — even in the nosebleed seats — the sound is great. That’s thanks to sound engineer Fred Vogler and his crew.

From peak TV to peak streaming?: FX's John Landgraf on the state of network TV

The head of the FX cable network, who coined the phrase "peak TV," gave his semi-annual state of the industry speech at the Television Critics Assn. press tour.