The 7 SXSW titles we're most excited about

With the box office and awards season triumph of "Everything Everywhere All at Once," the South by Southwest festival for the first time launched a different kind of success.
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'Choose your own adventure' at SXSW: Here are the 7 titles we're most excited about Click to view images

With a SXSW title, "Everything Everywhere All at Once," a strong contender for Oscars, the Austin, Texas-based festival returns with a feather in its cap.

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Review: There are '65' million reasons to avoid the new Adam Driver dinosaur space flick Click to view images

Scott Beck and Bryan Woods, the writers of "A Quiet Place," blast Driver into the distant past for a dreary and dull sci-fi adventure.

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At the L.A. laundromat where it was made, an Oscar hopeful reflects '25 years of me' Click to view images

Kenny and Irene Majers are the real-life owners of the San Fernando laundromat featured in "Everything Everywhere All At Once." This is their story.

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Meet Shane Salerno, the 'Avatar' scribe who happens to be Hollywood's go-to book agent Click to view images

Shane Salerno helped write the new "Avatar" sequels, but "The Way of Water's" Oscar best picture nod is not the biggest thing that's happened to him this year.

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'You' creator on Season 4 and having fewer sex scenes: 'There's no morality panic' Click to view images

Sera Gamble, the showrunner of the Netflix thriller, opens up about Penn Badgley's reduced intimate scenes, Season 4's twists and why writers' contracts need a 'refresh.'

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How a Mexican-born debut novelist created a beautiful monster Click to view images

"Monstrilio," by Gerardo Sรกmano Cรณrdova, is a hybrid of horror, literary meditation and cross-cultural exploration — and a unique marvel of its own.

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Two women murdered their adopted Black kids. One writer sought out the birth families Click to view images

In "We Were Once a Family," Roxanna Asgarian tells the story of the Hart family murders from a crucial point of view: the adopted children's birth families.

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