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"The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2" Read more

4-star 'Spotlight' gets the story right, spectacularly

For obvious reasons, people who spend every day in a newsroom get very excited on the rare occasion that their workplace appears on screen as it really exists off screen. If you work in an ice cream shop and most presentations of that world suggest everyone's constantly dancing and having a food ... Read more

Q&A: 'Snoop' from 'The Wire' makes the jump to 'Chi-Raq'

When Felicia Pearson joined the cast of HBO's "The Wire" in Season 3, she became yet another indelible character on the show, in large part because she was a woman operating in what was primarily a man's game. Read more

Art imitates life for actress Saoirse Ronan in 'Brooklyn'

For Saoirse Ronan, "Brooklyn" is personal. Read more

Column: GOP debate moderators vs. 'Spotlight' journalists

In the recent Republican presidential debates, the moderators have made as much news as the candidates. During the notorious CNBC extravaganza of Oct. 28, the candidates were so furious with the moderators' questions that a jaw-dropping mix of anger and anarchy prevailed. Read more

How a movie's food makes it to the screen

In some movies - a lot of movies, actually - if you see a character eating ice cream, the actor is really licking mashed potatoes. And that great-looking cake? It may be frosting spread over Styrofoam. Read more

'Trumbo' star Brian Cranston: Blacklist story important to tell

After breaking so, so bad playing chemistry teacher turned meth mogul Walter White on television, Bryan Cranston was overdue for a hero's role. But given his predilection for challenging characters, it was bound to be an offbeat, complicated type of lionheart. Read more

'Love the Coopers' director had to battle snow, cold � and delicious stuffing

Imagine Christmas dinner crossed with "Groundhog Day." Read more

There's more to the Christmas holiday season than 'Star Wars'

Just weeks before it returns from a galaxy far, far away, "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" is the clear leader of the pack among this year's holiday releases. Read more

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