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'The Endless Summer' filmmaker Bruce Brown dies at 80

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| Brown was known for the surf documentaries he made throughout the 1950s and '60s. He died in Santa Barbara.

'Shape of Water,' 'Big Little Lies' lead Golden Globe noms; see the full list

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The Guillermo del Toro Cold War-era fairytale led with seven nominations and the HBO drama led the television nominees with six nods. See the complete list of nominees here.

'Coco' tops box office for third straight week

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The animated film held onto the box office for one more week, before "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" opens, bringing its domestic total to $135.5 million.

The 'Lost Prayers' of a gay teen bullied to death

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James Han Mattson's debut novel, inspired by a real-life suicide, treats the Internet as both a lifeline and a paper trail of a tormented adolescent.

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Shohei Ohtani chooses the Angels

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Ohtani, who is both a starting pitcher and a power hitter, turned down interest from every other major club to join two-time MVP Mike Trout and slugger Albert Pujols.

Photographer Danny Lyon, a visual voice of the disempowered

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“Busy is good,” says 75-year-old Lyon. His images redefined the camera’s eye as the aperture of New Journalism.

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Director Bryan Singer's on-set antics go back decades — so why does he keep getting hired?

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The director was fired from the Freddie Mercury biopic, "Bohemian Rhapsody," after he went AWOL from the set. Singer says he was caring for a sick relative.

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'Bombshell' Hedy Lamarr's brilliance was discounted for decades

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Hedy Lamarr's life story defies comparison. Described as both the Angelina Jolie and the Kim Kardashian of the 1940s, she was also a brilliant inventor.

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'Girls of the Golden West' speaks uncensored truths about the Gold Rush era

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In the new opera from John Adams and Peter Sellars, a giant tree trunk is the centerpiece of the narrative about greed, destruction and modern environmentalism.

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