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Filmmaker Brett Ratner faces allegations of sexual misconduct

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| Victims of sexual harassment in Hollywood continue to tell their stories. Now, allegations have surfaced against Ratner — director of the "Rush Hour" trilogy and a producer of many big films with Warner Bros.

Where to celebrate Día de los Muertos in SoCal

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The day after Halloween is Día de los Muertos. Here are some places to get your face paint on and participate in the celebration of deceased family and friends.

SAG president: 'We must shift the culture' of silence and harassment in Hollywood

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Gabrielle Carteris talks about the role that Hollywood’s guilds and unions have in curbing misconduct and in offering resources for their members.

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Lizzo wants to 'make the world a little bit better' with her music

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The singer-songwriter talks about performing pro-women, body-confident empowerment music, while dressed in a stylish leotard, no less.

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Hurray for the Riff Raff's Alynda Segarra on speaking to her 'Latin soul'

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The band is based in New Orleans, but the lead singer explores her Puerto Rican roots on their latest album, "The Navigator."

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Netflix suspends production on 'House of Cards'

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The political satire is filming its sixth and final season amid fallout from a 1980s sexual abuse allegation leveled at Spacey by a former child star.

Producers Guild bans Harvey Weinstein for life

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Citing Weinstein's "decades of reprehensible conduct," the Producers Guild of America voted unanimously to remove him from its ranks, which it said was an "unprecedented step."

How 'Bob’s Burgers’ writers Lizzie and Wendy Molyneux cook up the show’s perfect puns

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"I think something being tremendously stupid is the heart of it," says Wendy Molyneux. "I think the less sense it truly makes, the more you think about it, the better that is."

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Netflix is tied to Kevin Spacey with more than just 'House of Cards'

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The actor, who allegedly made a sexual advance to a minor 30 years ago, is set to star in a Netflix film as Gore Vidal, who teaches a young man "about life, love and politics."

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