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‘She Said’ follows the journalists who set the #MeToo movement in motion

An engrossing new film focuses on New York Times journalists Megan Twohey and Jodi Kantor, whose reporting uncovered the crimes of Harvey Weinstein — and the vast network of people who enabled him.

Growing interest in anime movies is a beacon of hope for the entire industry

Anime films have been a big hit at the domestic box office — a sign there is room in the movie market for more than just sequels and superheroes.

Move review: ‘Bones and All’

Film director Luca Guadagnino reunites with “Call Me By Your Name” star Timothée Chalamet for “Bones and All,” a dark, romance/drama based on author Camille DeAngelis’ young adult novel.

She Said (2022)

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Disney+ users will have to pay $3 more a month for ad-free content

Disney+ says its new pricing plan goes into effect Dec. 8, and users will have to pay $3 per month more to preserve ad-free streaming services.

Movie Review: ‘The Fabelmans’

Director Steven Spielberg’s new movie, “The Fabelmans,” is a fictionalized version of his life story, growing up a budding filmmaker in the 1960s in Arizona.

Michael Imperioli is back (after never really going away)

Michael Imperioli is back in the spotlight. This time around, he’s being propelled by a leading role in another HBO show and a fresh wave of cultural relevance for The Sopranos.

Unpacking on-screen representation in ‘The Godfather’

The NPR special series “Screening Ourselves” focuses on representation in three Hollywood films that are now considered classics: The Godfather, Basic Instinct, and The Color Purple.

Director James Gray and actor Jeremy Strong on ‘Armageddon Time’, their new coming-of-age film

Filmmaker James Gray revisits his 1980s New York childhood in the film “Armageddon Time.” Jeremy Strong, co-star of HBO’s “Succession,” plays the protagonist’s father.

Counting ballots stressing you out? Watch these movies instead

Counting ballots is on many Americans’ minds this week. NPR’s movie critic says he’s been distracting himself from the election with cinematic counting.

‘Wakanda Forever’ hopes to replicate the success of ‘Black Panther’

The sequel to the Marvel film Black Panther is in wide release this weekend. Wakanda Forever directly addresses the death of the character played by the late Chadwick Boseman.

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