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'The Fall Of The American Empire' Is An Intimate Crime Comedy With An Intellectual Twist

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What's At Stake For Georgia If Hollywood Boycotts Over A New Abortion Law

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Quebec TV personality Maripier Marin makes her big screen debut in Canadian crime thriller The Fall of the American Empire. Van Royko/Sony Pictures Classics hide caption

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Movie Productions In Georgia May Stop Over State's Abortion Law

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Caleel Harris plays Antron McCray in Ava DuVernay's Netflix miniseries, When They See Us. "He was a part of a gorgeous small family unit — his mother, his father and himself — living in Harlem," DuVernay says. "He had dreams of being a baseball player." Atsushi Nishijima/Netflix hide caption

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Ava DuVernay Hopes You Hear 'The Heartbeat Of The Boys' In Central Park 5

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Disney CEO Bob Iger speaks onstage at the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, Calif., on Wednesday. Iger says Disney may stop filming in the state of Georgia should a new, restrictive abortion law take effect. Amy Sussman/Getty Images hide caption

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Operatic excesses are balanced by a powerful sense of melancholy in the biographical musical Rocketman, starring Taron Egerton as Elton John. David Appleby/Courtesy of Paramount Pictures hide caption

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Elton John Biopic 'Rocketman' Is A Surprising Song-And-Dance Spectacular

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Hollywood's Best Hopes To Keep Moviegoers Engaged After 'Endgame'

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Disney's Live-Action 'Aladdin' Aims To Correct 1st Film's Problems, Replicate Success

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Beanie Feldstein, left, and Kaitlyn Dever, play Molly and Amy, two star students who decide they need to cram four years of high school partying into one night in Booksmart. Annapurna Pictures hide caption

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'Booksmart' Director Olivia Wilde: Teen Movies 'Made Me Excited To Be Young'

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