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Paul Thomas Anderson Goes Back to the Valley With ‘Licorice Pizza’

Maybe Paul Thomas Anderson brought the fog with him. The 51-year-old director had just returned from a trip to London,…

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World

A ‘Simpsons’ Episode Lampooned Chinese Censorship. In Hong Kong, It Vanished.

HONG KONG — An episode of “The Simpsons” that ridicules Chinese government censorship appears to have been censored on Disney’s…

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World

A Refugee’s Harrowing Story, Finally Told Through Animation

COPENHAGEN — Midway through Jonas Poher Rasmussen’s latest documentary, a decrepit boat crowded with Afghans fleeing violence crosses paths with…

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Arts

The Art of Botox

Last spring, Botox rolled out a series of ads directed by the filmmaker Errol Morris. Styled like very short documentary…

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Business

Netflix Turns Its Attention to Films It Hopes Everyone Wants to See

Toward the end of “Red Notice,” Netflix’s flashiest and most expensive attempt to date at starting a film franchise, Ryan…

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Arts

The Art of Botox

Last spring, Botox rolled out a series of ads directed by the filmmaker Errol Morris. Styled like very short documentary…

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Business

How Do You Make Teen Comedies Today? Buy a High School.

LIVERPOOL, N.Y. — The teenage couple is lounging on the lawn outside a high school, taking advantage of a free…

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Arts

Five Horror Movies to Stream Now

Already missing Halloween? Stay at home for this year’s virtual New York City Horror Film Festival (Dec. 2-9) or for…

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Arts

‘Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone’ at 20: The Film That Started It All

“Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone” ruined Daniel Radcliffe’s expectations for what is normal on a film set. The Great…

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Arts

The Glory of Nina Mae McKinney, an Early Black Star in White Hollywood

In 1929, just as moving pictures were learning to talk, a vivacious teenager named Nina Mae McKinney helped make them…

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