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How Allison Janney channeled her inner critic for 'I, Tonya'

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| The Oscar-nominated actress worked hard to bring complexity to the role of Tonya Harding's abusive mother, LaVona.

A town in Mexico sees guitar sales soar thanks to 'Coco'

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Paracho is celebrating after a former resident helped design the guitar featured in the hit Disney-Pixar movie.

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George Takei on how he took his internment camp musical, 'Allegiance,' to Broadway

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After a New York run in 2015, the show is set for its Los Angeles premiere at the Japanese American Cultural Center.

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A timely mariachi opera about the border and identity

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“Cruzar la Cara de la Luna" (To Cross the Face of the Moon) combines traditional Mexican music with a classically European art form.

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Jeffrey Tambor axed from 'Transparent'

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The decision follows an internal investigation into sexual misconduct allegations. Tambor denounced the "false accusations" and the way Amazon handled them.

'Black Panther' is a cultural phenomenon even before it opens

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Fans have been waiting a long time for a movie, which could gross more than $165 million over the long holiday weekend.

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Watch this makeup artist turn Gary Oldman into Winston Churchill

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Kazuhiro Tsuji quit film work in 2012 to focus on sculpture — but he couldn't pass up the chance to work on "Darkest Hour."

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How Mary J. Blige channeled her personal struggles into 'Mudbound'

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Best known as a singer, she drew on her family's Southern roots and her own life to deliver an Academy Award-nominated performance.

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Adler Guerrier's paradise lost and found

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His photographs, collages and videos define the quest for sanctuary in Black Urban America while evoking the original allure of L.A.'s suburbs.