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'Maestro' is not just a Leonard Bernstein biopic

In his second directing effort (after "A Star Is Born"), Bradley Cooper plays the conductor opposite Carey Mulligan as his wife, actor Felicia Montealegre.
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Review: Not just a Leonard Bernstein biopic, 'Maestro' is one of the year's great marriage stories Click to view images

In his second directing effort (after "A Star Is Born"), Bradley Cooper plays the conductor opposite Carey Mulligan as his wife, actor Felicia Montealegre.

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Netflix's Korean series "Squid Game" has becomes a real one, sans death. The competition reality show uses some of the same games, including the signature Red Light, Green Light.

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Showrunner Noah Hawley discusses Season 5 of "Fargo," which draws from the film and is set in a more recent period from past seasons, the writers' strike and his upcoming adaptation of "Aliens."

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60 years later, JFK's assassination still raises questions. These 3 docs have (some) answers Click to view images

The book on the Kennedy assassination refuses to stay closed, and three documentaries timed to the current anniversary help expand, or reframe, our understanding.

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This writer loves feminist 'art monsters' — but thinks 'cancel culture is destructive' Click to view images

Lauren Elkin explains the inspirations and surprising opinions behind her new book on women artists, "Art Monsters: Unruly Bodies in Feminist Art."

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Is truth better than fiction? Thomas Rongen's story loses something in 'Next Goal Wins' Click to view images

Dutch-American coach Thomas Rongen's efforts to turn American Samoa's soccer into a World Cup qualifier are dramatized in "Next Goal Wins."

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The iconic seer of Los Angeles describes a lot of her writing as cautionary tales. "Study for Estella Butler's Apple Valley Autonomy" investigates a little-known formative event — and what it reveals about the nature of a transitional moment

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