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'The New Look' explores the choices made by Coco Chanel and Christian Dior in World War II Click to view images

"The New Look" examines Christian Dior's connection to the French Resistance and Coco Chanel's role as a Nazi agent in World War II.

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Art about AIDS has often depicted grief. L.A. painter Joey Terrill made it about life Click to view images

L.A. artist Joey Terrill's vibrant canvases, on view at Marc Selwyn Fine Art, chronicle intimate moments of queer Chicano life: heartbreak and love and life with HIV.

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'The Wiz' revival now in L.A. is a 'risk.' It could also change how Broadway does business Click to view images

Musicals have come to follow a Broadway run with a national tour. "The Wiz," running now at the Pantages, is doing the opposite — and the strategy is paying off.

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Commentary: For better or worse, two new plays reveal their writers' TV backgrounds Click to view images

"Mercury," by Steve Yockey, the creator/showrunner of HBO Max's "The Flight Attendant," and "Middle of the World" by TV executive Juan Josรฉ Alfonso spin yarns designed to hook restless audiences.

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Jeffrey Wright wonders what's next. The Pacific Ocean, for starters Click to view images

"I'd never had a meeting like that before in my career for any film that I've been a part of, and certainly not one that I was the lead in," the actor says of his first Oscar campaign.

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Hollywood Behaving Badly, Chapter 47: Ed Zwick explains why his new book spills so much tea Click to view images

Have you heard the anecdote about Harvey Weinstein? Or Julia Roberts? Or Matthew Broderick's mother? Director Ed Zwick explains why he goes there in "Hits, Flops, and Other Illusions."

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Why Bob Iger's second act at Disney is looking brighter after a rough start Click to view images

Just months ago, it looked as though Disney CEO Bob Iger was struggling in his return to the legendary Burbank company. Now, he is on offense again as the company faces two boardroom challenges.

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