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Hollywood writers and studios strike a deal. What’s next?

The union representing Hollywood writers has reached a tentative deal with the major studios, potentially ending a months-long strike. What does this mean for the industry, and still-striking actors?

What the Hollywood writers union deal means for TV

Writers are set to vote on a new contract to end a nearly five-month strike against the studios. But many questions remain about the agreement and when TV shows and films might resume production.

Three things to know about the Hollywood Writers’ tentative agreement

Writers are set to vote to ratify a new contract before they can end their nearly five month strike against the studios.

Hollywood writers reach a tentative deal with studios after nearly five month strike

Hollywood production has been halted for months as actors and writers have been on strike. Now, the writers are headed back to work. Actors represented by SAG-AFTRA remain on strike.

‘El Juicio (The Trial)’ details the 1976-’83 Argentine dictatorship’s reign of terror

Forty years after the fall of an Argentine military dictatorship that tortured and murdered tens of thousands of civilians, a video record of its trial has its U.S. premiere at Film Forum in New York.

The best ’90s thrillers according to NPR’s Pop Culture Happy Hour

NPR’s Pop Culture Happy Hour hosts Stephen Thompson and Linda Holmes give us their picks for the best 90’s thrillers.

‘Cassandro’ honors the gay wrestler who revolutionized lucha libre

The film pays homage to the real story of an unapologetically queer man in a male-dominated sport and society.

The big twist in ‘A Haunting in Venice’? It’s actually a great film

Kenneth Branaugh is back as Hercule Poirot, and it’s hard not to enjoy his company in this unusually spooky murder mystery based on Agatha Christie’s 1969 novel Hallowe’en Party.

How the Game Stop short squeeze movie got made

The film Dumb Money tells the story of how Game Stop went from the brink of bankruptcy to its emergence as a “meme stock.” But the story of how the movie got made is a drama of its own.

You’ve likely seen this ranch on-screen — burned by wildfire, it awaits its next act

The Woolsey wildfire devastated most of Paramount Ranch’s Hollywood heritage in 2018. Human-driven climate change is demanding difficult decisions about what to preserve in the rebuilding process.

Wonder where Hollywood’s strikes are headed? Movies might offer a clue

Hollywood has churned out films that depict labor organizers as communists, and labor bosses as gangsters. So it should come as no surprise that real-life negotiations with the studios are so tricky.

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