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Glen Powell is L.A.'s billboard king

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Forget Call Jacob, Sweet James and Accidentes. Thanks to Netflix's new marketing campaign, "Hit Man" star Glen Powell is L.A.'s reigning billboard king.
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Need a 'Hit Man'? Netflix spoofs L.A.'s famous lawyer billboards to market new movie Click to view images

Forget Call Jacob, Sweet James and Accidentes. Thanks to Netflix's new marketing campaign, "Hit Man" star Glen Powell is L.A.'s reigning billboard king.

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Richard Linklater takes the long view, even if 'Hit Man,' his idea of a summer blockbuster, won't play in multiplexes Click to view images

Working with Glen Powell, the director of "Dazed and Confused" and "Boyhood" has made an indie comedy that crowds love. It's something theaters need right now.

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With 'Everything Must Go,' Hannah Einbinder returns to her first passion: stand-up Click to view images

Hannah Einbinder became a breakout star on "Hacks," but stand-up is her main passion and pursuit. Her first special, "Everything Must Go" on Max, is a culmination of her "very short" life's work.

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One last spin for Pat Sajak on 'Wheel of Fortune': 'It's been an incredible privilege' Click to view images

"Wheel of Fortune" co-host Pat Sajak spun the wheel one final time, thanking viewers "for allowing me into your lives" for more than 40 years.

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Griffin Dunne's sister's murder provides the pulse of his family memoir Click to view images

Griffin Dunne was born into privilege but has also endured his fair share of trauma and tragedy, which he recounts in his family memoir, "The Friday Afternoon Club."

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Julia Louis-Dreyfus would like to talk about death Click to view images

In her new movie, "Tuesday," and on her "Wiser Than Me" podcast, Julia Louis-Dreyfus goes deep on a subject we all must confront — how things end.

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In 'Fantasmas,' Julio Torres gives us another sweet, weird comedy Click to view images

Julio Torres' "Fantasmas" is an absurdist queer comedy that comes on like Luis Buรฑuel by way of Gregg Araki.

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