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The Grizzlies

Opens Friday, Jul 31, 2020Movie Details

Cut Throat City

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Gordon Lightfoot: If You Could Read My Mind

Opens Wednesday, Jul 29, 2020Movie Details

What’s Up, Doc? Bugs Bunny’s Age. Cartoon Rabbit Turns 80

Bugs Bunny, the iconic cartoon character, made his official debut in the 1940 Oscar nominated short, The Wild Hare. The Looney Tunes standout was first voiced by actor Mel Blanc.

The Rise, The Fall And The New Rise Of Drive-In Movie Theaters

Outdoor movies have gained renewed popularity during the pandemic — 160 Walmart parking lots will become temporary drive-in movie theaters Saturday. NPR takes a look at the history of drive-in movies.

Josephine Decker Releases A New Film About The Horror Writer Shirley Jackson

NPR’s Ari Shapiro talks with filmmaker Josephine Decker about her new film. Shirley is a fictionalized story about the real writer Shirley Jackson, the author of the short story “The Lottery.”

Olivia De Havilland, One Of Hollywood’s Longest Living Legends, Dies At 104

The actress is best remembered for her role in Gone With the Wind, but the two-time Oscar winner also won a landmark decision that gave artists creative independence from studios.

Like Her ‘Radioactive’ Elements, Marie Curie Didn’t ‘Behave’ As Expected

Rosamund Pike plays the Nobel Prize-winning scientist in the biopic Radioactive. She took chemistry lessons ahead of time, and says it was refreshing to prepare for a role by getting “mentally fit.”

Terrific New Thrillers ‘Amulet’ And ‘Relic’ Explore Terrors Lurking Within The Home

Characters’ living spaces are infected with dark spirits and become inescapable prisons in two new movies. Amulet is an intensely creepy revenge thriller, while Relic explores the horrors of dementia.

More Epic Than You May Think: Marie Curie’s Biopic, ‘Radioactive,’ Reviewed

Radioactive seems like a straightforward biopic of physicist Marie Curie at first. But it becomes more complicated as the director uses flash-forwards to illustrate the effects of Curie’s discoveries.

Annie Ross, Mid-Century Jazz Icon, Dead At 89

Ross was recognized as a natural performer from an early age. She essentially never stopped.

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