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Prosecutors probe new 'Rust' information

Filming of "Rust" restarted in Montana this week as prosecutors dropped criminal charges against Alec Baldwin.
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With Alec Baldwin cleared for now, prosecutors probing new 'Rust' information Click to view images

Filming of "Rust" restarted in Montana this week as prosecutors dropped criminal charges against Alec Baldwin. Meanwhile, prosecutors are investigating new evidence that just surfaced, 18 months after the fatal shooting.

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In L.A.'s Koreatown, fans mourn the loss of a young K-pop star Click to view images

Moonbin, a member of the boy-band Astro, died Wednesday by what Seoul police said was an apparent suicide. He was 25. L.A. fans gathered at Choice Music.

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Judy Blume made periods a hot-button topic. A new generation is taking up the fight Click to view images

Fifty-three years after the publication of Blume's "Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret," the fight to destigmatize menstruation continues in film and TV.

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20 years after 'Love Actually,' a new rom-com blurs the line between sweet and 'stalkerish' Click to view images

In "Ghosted," Chris Evans pursues Ana de Armas — and lands them both in hot water. The filmmakers explain how they made an old trope do new tricks.

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Serving on a jury in L.A. can be tedious work. But what if neither the case nor jury is real? Click to view images

The Amazon Freevee series "Jury Duty" follows Ronald Gladden, who believes he is serving on a real jury in L.A. county. It's a gentle prank show that is a study in human nature.

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Comedian Kyle Ayers navigates a chronic pain disorder onstage and off Click to view images

Kyle Ayers, a comic and show promoter who has a rare degenerative brain disease, hosts "Boast Rattle," which focuses on two comics complimenting each other instead of roasting each other.

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Martin Lawrence calls Jamie Foxx 'one of the best' in update amid health scare Click to view images

Martin Lawrence provided a small update on fellow comedian Jamie Foxx's health after the Oscar winner suffered an unspecified "medical complication" last week.

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