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The 'Mean Girls' remake is not so fetch, our critic says

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Not even strong performances by Reneรฉ Rapp and Auli'i Cravalho can breathe sufficient life into this fan-servicing farrago
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Review: In the tiresome musical remake of 'Mean Girls,' the limit very much does exist Click to view images

Not even strong performances by Reneรฉ Rapp and Auli'i Cravalho can breathe sufficient life into this fan-servicing farrago.

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Lena Waithe and Rishi Rajani see the possibilities in smaller-budget films Click to view images

Lena Waithe and Rishi Rajani, the co-founders of Hillman Grad, on why studios should place their bets on smaller-budget films from new filmmakers.

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KCRW ends 'Greater LA' as Anthony Valadez, Janaya Williams and others prepare to leave Click to view images

Santa Monica's KCRW radio station will part ways with more than a dozen staffers, including hosts Anthony Valadez and Janaya Williams, and end the podcast "Greater LA."

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'Barbie,' 'Oppenheimer' lead 2024 SAG Awards nominations: Full list Click to view images

"Barbenheimer" reigned once again in the 2024 Screen Actors Guild nominations, earning 4 nods apiece on the road to their Oscars showdown.

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SAG Awards nominations: What the biggest snubs and surprises mean for the Oscar race Click to view images

Columnist Glenn Whipp breaks down the biggest snubs and surprises of the 2024 Screen Actors Guild Awards nominations — and what it means for the Oscar race.

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Michelle Satter pays tribute to slain son Michael Latt at emotional Governors Awards Click to view images

The Sundance Institute founding director, whose son was killed in November, was honored by the motion picture academy Tuesday alongside Angela Bassett, Mel Brooks and Carol Littleton.

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Amazon MGM Studios and Prime Video cut hundreds of jobs Click to view images

Amazon will cut hundreds of roles in its Prime Video and MGM Studios division, about two years after Amazon purchased MGM for $8.5 billion.

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