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3 ways WonderCon sets itself apart from other fan conventions

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| WonderCon, aka San Diego Comic-Con's sister convention, is the little convention that could. Here's what makes WonderCon different — plus three must-sees.

An Arnold Schwarzenegger movie accidentally got Bill Hader into acting

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The SNL alum dreamed of being a director, but ended up in front of the camera. Now, with his new series, "Barry," he gets to do both.

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13 awesome things to do this weekend

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From waffles and peacocks to brainiacs and airshows, here's how to spend your weekend after the rain dries out in Southern California.

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Lola Kirke on her new neo-noir thriller, 'Gemini,' and how she found her musical voice

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The actress discusses the styling of Los Angeles in the film and her relationship with acting and music.

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The Weinstein Company is ending NDAs, but not everyone is free to tell their stories

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As part of its bankruptcy filing, the company has released employees from the non-disclosure agreements that kept them silent about Harvey Weinstein's behavior.

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'The New Colossus' forces the audience to confront feelings about immigrants

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The Actors' Gang production is a collection of stories that highlight both the difficulties and joys of immigrating to America.

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'Rise' is a TV series that takes teenagers seriously

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"Friday Night Lights" and "Parenthood" writer/producer Jason Katims discusses his new NBC drama series about a group of high school drama students.

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LA Opera goes back 2,000 years to bring new life to 'Orpheus and Eurydice'

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By returning opera to its most ancient form, L.A. Opera has made a smash success of its new production of Gluck’s “Orpheus and Eurydice.”

What's gotten in the way of the music industry's Me Too moment?

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After talking with more than two dozen women in the music industry, Noisey's Andrea Domanick finds sexual harassment and abuse is rampant.

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