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Alexander Payne's 'Election' is a Flick worth picking

The cover of the new Criterion Collection edition of “Election” features a cupcake bearing the high-school campaign slogan “PICK FLICK” in brightly frosted letters. Even those who haven’t seen Alexander Payne’s wickedly astute 1999 satire will likely grasp the reference.

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SAG Awards snub Meryl Streep, Tom Hanks and boost 'Three Billboards' in a wide-open year

Meryl Streep, Tom Hanks and Daniel Day-Lewis are names synonymous with the awards season, but they won’t have to show up at this year’s SAG Awards show.

Surprisingly, the trio of celebrated actors, who, collectively own seven SAG Awards and 29 nominations among them, were shut out of this year’s slate, likely victims of the group’s early ballot deadline.

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Kumail Nanjiani and Holly Hunter revel in SAG Award nominations for 'The Big Sick'

In the latest twist in this unpredictable award season, just days after “The Big Sick” was entirely shut out from the Golden Globe nominations, the Screen Actors Guild made the romantic comedy Wednesday morning’s biggest comeback kid.

Based on the real-life cross-cultural love story between comedian Kumail Nanjiani and his now-wife, Emily V.

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2018 Screen Actors Guild Awards: Complete list of nominations

The nominees for the 24th Screen Actors Guild Awards were announced Wednesday. Actresses Niecy Nash and Olivia Munn revealed the nominees at a ceremony in West Hollywood.

“Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” topped the film categories with four nominations, including ensemble cast.

On the TV side, HBO’s “Big Little Lies,” Netflix’s “Stranger Things” and “GLOW” each earned four nominations.

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'The Last Jedi' brings emotion, exhilaration and surprise back to the 'Star Wars' saga

There comes a moment in “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” — the most enjoyable dispatch in a long time from that galaxy far, far away — when Kylo Ren (Adam Driver) lowers his lightsaber and declares, “It’s time to let old things die.”

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Bruce Brown, who turned surfing into a cultural phenomenon with 'The Endless Summer,' dies at 80

On a tight budget and with an armful of surfboards, Bruce Brown helped introduce America to surfing with a story of two friends trotting around the world, in chase of the perfect wave.

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