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Roger Allam as Prospero in William Shakespeare's The Tempest directed by Jeremy Herrin at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre in London. Robbie Jack/Corbis via Getty Images hide caption

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Wanted: Stories With Happily Ever Afters - Here's Where To Start Looking

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Camp Jened, in upstate New York, was the epicenter of a disability rights movement that led to the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Steve Honigsbaum hide caption

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'Crip Camp' Is A Raucous Celebration Of A World-Changing Place

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Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman attend An Evening With Discovery Channel's Mythbusters at The Paley Center for Media on June 13, 2011. Amanda Edwards/FilmMagic hide caption

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Family Friendly Crowd Pleasers: Three Things To Stream Your Whole Family Can Enjoy

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Coach Elie Rwirangira conducts a basketball lesson through a live-streaming session at YBDL Campus in Shanghai, China on March 12. Many people and companies are providing free online classes to stay fit. Aly Song/Reuters hide caption

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Sidelined Movie Workers Worry About Losing Health Benefits During Coronavirus Crisis

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In the 1971 movie "Harold and Maude," Bud Cort play Harold and Ruth Gordon, Maude. CBS Photo Archive/Getty Images hide caption

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While Waiting Out The Pandemic, It's Worth A Watch Of These Classic Films

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Sidney Flanigan stars as 17-year-old Autumn in Never Rarely Sometimes Always. Courtesy of Focus Features hide caption

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'Never Rarely Sometimes Always' Will Stay With You Forever

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Anya Taylor-Joy stars as the Jane Austen heroine Emma Woodhouse in director Autumn de Wilde's Emma. Box Hill Films/Focus Features hide caption

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Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson at the Oscars in February. The couple, who are in Australia where Hanks is preparing for a film shoot, announced Thursday they have tested positive for the coronavirus. Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP hide caption

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