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Carrie Underwood will make Christmas come a little earlier this year on HBO Max
Academy of Country Music entertainer of the year Carrie Underwood will release her holiday album "The Gift" tomorrow — and bring it to HBO Max with a holiday special.
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First-ever virtual L.A. Festival of Books lineup includes Natalie Portman, Jerry Brown
The schedule unveiled Thursday also features Ayad Akhtar, Marlon James and actor Henry Winkler. The online festival — 25 events marking 25 years — begins Oct. 18.
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Gillian Flynn wanted to create an American dystopia. America did her one better
"Gone Girl" and "Sharp Objects" writer Gillian Flynn says she wants Amazon Prime Video's "Utopia" "to feel American." In 2020, it certainly does.
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Gigi Hadid and Zayn Malik's first child is 'here, healthy and beautiful'
"The love I feel for this tiny human is beyond my understanding," singer Zayn Malik wrote after welcoming a baby girl with model Gigi Hadid.
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America's at a breaking point. So is YG
Shaken by the death of his friend Nipsey Hussle, run-ins with the police and the Black Lives Matters protests, YG returns with his darkest album yet.
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Trump says he's 'not a fan' of Meghan Markle after she urges Americans to vote
When asked about their appearance on Wednesday's 'Time 100' special, Trump insults Meghan Markle and wishes 'luck' to her husband, Prince Harry.
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If a metal album is released in a pandemic, does it make a sound? Deftones are about to find out
Acclaimed California heavy band Deftones' new album, 'Ohms,' was recorded during the COVID-19 pandemic and will be released without a tour.
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Review: A family of con artists rings beautifully true in Miranda July's comedy 'Kajillionaire'
Evan Rachel Wood stars in this latest feature from the writer-director of "Me and You and Everyone We Know" and "The Future."
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The BAFTA Awards have a diversity problem. So they're making over 120 changes
The British film academy performed an internal review to address concerns over diversity after another year of all-white acting nominees.
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Review: 'The Comey Rule' should be staggering. But its drama pales next to the 2020 election
Showtime's "The Comey Rule," about former FBI Director James Comey and President Donald Trump, can't keep pace with the state of crisis we've become used to.
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The 20 albums we can't wait to hear this fall
From the long-awaited debut by K-pop's Blackpink to the return of The Boss, here are the fall albums our experts can't wait to stream on repeat.
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Comedian Bryan Callen sues husband of woman who claims the comedian raped her
Bryan Callen is suing the husband of a woman who claims the comedian raped her in 1999, arguing that her spouse is out to ruin his career.
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Harold Evans, groundbreaking British journalist and husband of Tina Brown, dies at 92
Evans served as editor of the London Times and president of Random House.
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What's on TV Thursday: 'Star Trek: Discovery' moves to CBS
What's on TV Thursday, Sept. 24: "Star Trek: Discovery" moves to CBS; NBA Basketball; NFL Football; WNBA Basketball; MLB Baseball
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Quibi may be for sale. But what is it worth, and who would buy it?
Jeffrey Katzenberg and Meg Whitman's short-form video startup launched with $1.75 billion but is already looking for a buyer.
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In tribute to Road Warrior Animal, here's to 'Iron Man,' the greatest-ever wrestling entrance song
When the wrestling tag-team known as the Road Warriors entered the ring to the ominous sounds of Black Sabbath's "Iron Man," fans screamed and opponents cowered.
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ViacomCBS pledges to develop 50 TV movies by first-time BIPOC, women directors
Idris Elba, Salma Hayek and others are among the executive producers participating. The movies will air on MTV, Comedy Central and other ViacomCBS networks.
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'Change the laws!': Hollywood rages over 'insulting' charge in Breonna Taylor case
Common, Kerry Washington, Jeffrey Wright, Viola Davis and others expressed anger and disbelief over Wednesday's grand jury decision in Breonna Taylor's case.
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Why 'Enola Holmes' was the perfect fit for Millie Bobby Brown to make her producing debut
Millie Bobby Brown, Paige Brown and Harry Bradbeer talk about Netflix's "Enola Holmes."
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Penske Media and MRC form joint venture combining control of Hollywood, music titles
Rolling Stone, Variety and the Hollywood Reporter will be joined under a new company operated by Penske, while MRC will run another venture to create film and television content.
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Relax, kids: TikTok has been saved. But for music, is that a good thing?
TikTok has become the single most important platform for generating new pop-music hits. But can it help mint stars, or just one-hit wonders?
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Juliette Greco, actress, singer and muse of postwar France, dead at 93
Had an affair with Miles Davis, caroused in St. Tropez with Orson Welles and inspired poet Jean-Paul Sartre
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Review: Mariah Carey's memoir is her best performance yet
'The Meaning of Mariah Carey,' the pop star's tell-some memoir, sparkles and entertains and explains its subject, despite a few too many I-don't-know-hers.
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Director Lulu Wang criticizes Ron Howard's film about Chinese pianist Lang Lang
"Have we learned NOTHING from Mulan?" filmmaker Lulu Wang tweeted after it was announced that Ron Howard is directing a Lang Lang biopic.
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A Latina void in podcasting? The women of 'Locatora Radio' are all over that
Sex, art, politics, intersectional feminism. The L.A. hosts of a Latina-centric podcast are reaching fans with conversations that get very real.
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Commentary: Theaters nobly fill the COVID void, but screens make me miss the stage even more
Productions from the Fountain, A.C.T., Pig Iron and La Jolla Playhouse are admirably ambitious at times, but they also reveal the limits of digital.
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How Sofia Coppola and Rashida Jones put their own family lives into 'On the Rocks'
In the bittersweet comedy 'On the Rocks,' Sofia Coppola addresses the midlife stresses of being a working mother and the daughter of a bigger-than-life father.
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Bestsellers List Sun., Sept. 27, 2020
Bestsellers List Sun., Sept. 27, 2020
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These TV shows are changing the way we see immigrants, a new study finds
"Orange Is the New Black," "Madam Secretary" and "Superstore" are among the TV shows whose immigrant storylines and characters are making a difference.
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What's on TV Wednesday: Season finale of The CW's 'Coroner'
What's on TV Wednesday, Sept. 23: The season finale of "Coroner" on The CW; "I Can See Your Voice" on Fox
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