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Questlove's song for 'Detroit' slowly rises to a 'justifiable anger'

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| With "It Ain't Fair", Questlove's song for "Detroit", he was determined to bring the emotion of the 1967 tragedy into 2017.

Willem Dafoe says the first-time actors on 'The Florida Project' had an advantage

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Willem Dafoe has nearly 40 years of acting experience under his belt. He says working with mostly first-time actors on "The Florida Project" made him the outsider, which fit the story perfectly.

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Rotten Apples: 'What if there was an IMDb for sexual misconduct allegations?'

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Rotten Apples is a new online database that allows you to search if anyone associated with a TV show or a movie has been accused of sexual harassment or assault.

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Italian filmmaker finds modern relevance in Franca Viola's 1965 rape case

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Italian filmmaker Marta Savina made a short film about the story called “Viola, Franca,” which premiered at the Tribeca Film Fest this year. Now she’s turning it into a feature.

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Streaming war erupts with Disney's purchase of 21st Century Fox

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Disney would have majority control of the streaming service Hulu, and that pits it against other sites like Netflix and Amazon Prime.

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'Downsizing' star Hong Chau: 'This character is not 2D. She was a dream'

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Chau plays a Vietnamese activist who is “downsized” against her will by the Vietnamese government, and who later befriends Matt Damon’s character.

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Canadian singer Elise LeGrow reimagines the classic R&B of Chess Records

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“Playing Chess” includes LeGrow’s cover versions of songs by such label greats as Bo Diddley, Etta James and Chuck Berry.

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John Skipper steps down as CEO of ESPN, citing substance addiction

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"I come to this public disclosure with embarrassment, trepidation and a feeling of having let others I care about down," Skipper said in a statement.

Why teens find the end of the world so appealing

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Dystopian novels are all about consequences, choices and grey areas. And psychologists say that plays right into the sweet spot of the developing teenage brain.