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Griffin Dunne on His Fascinating, Complicated Family, His ‘Hilarious’ Friendship With Carrie Fisher and Directing ‘Practical Magic’

Griffin Dunne‘s family has done so many larger-than-life, unbelievable things that when the actor-director-producer started to write his memoir “The Friday Afternoon Club: A Memoir of Family,” he realized it wasn’t...

The 20 Most Popular Crime Shows on Netflix

Netflix shows have a massive audience around the world, and one of the most popular genres on the streaming service is crime shows. Whether it’s a hard-boiled story adapted...

Stan Garner, Movie Train Consultant and Actor, Dies at 83

Logan “Stan” Garner, a train coordinator for movie and TV productions who often played a train conductor on film, died May 20 in Arizona. He was 83. Born in Pasadena, he...

‘The Young Wife’ Review: The Nervous Bride Saga Gets a Sumptuous, Stylized Makeover

Just because Celestina, the soon-to-be young wife in the “The Young Wife” told friends and family that while the honor of their presence was requested, they would be attending a party,...

‘Backspot’ Review: Thrilling Cheerleading Drama Is a Great Showcase for ‘Reservation Dogs’ Star Devery Jacobs

The 21st century cheerleader is an athlete unlike any other. With a wide-eyed grin, flashy makeup and a glittering bow to match, she is required to be sturdy yet feminine; pliant...

Richard Dreyfuss Sparks Outrage, Massachusetts Theater Apologizes For His ‘Offensive and Distressing’ Remarks at ‘Jaws’ Screening

In recent years, “Jaws” star Richard Dreyfuss has come under fire for speaking out on subjects such as Oscar diversity requirements and the use of Blackface. At a “Jaws” retrospective...

N/naka, Exclusive L.A. Kaiseki Restaurant Seen on ‘Chef’s Table,’ Gets a Quietly Sexy Makeover

For over a dozen years, n/naka chef Niki Nakayama has been revered among L.A. restaurant mavens and the Hollywood crowd alike as a master of the kaiseki style of dining —...

‘The Garfield Movie’ Review: Beloved Feline Loses His Sarcastic Growl in Product Placement-Heavy Origin Story

The lasagna-obsessed feline with a near-pathological aversion to Mondays, who first came into popular consciousness in the late ‘70s as a comic strip, is a diluted version of himself in “The...

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