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Amy Kaufman

Amy Kaufman is a staff writer at the Los Angeles Times, where she has covered film, celebrity and pop culture since 2009. On the beat, she reports from industry events like the Academy Awards, the Sundance Film Festival and the Golden Globes. In addition to profiling hundreds of stars – Lady Gaga, Carly Simon, Jane Goodall – she has broken major investigative stories on sexual harassment in Hollywood. She is also the author of the New York Times best-selling book "Bachelor Nation: Inside the World of America's Favorite Guilty Pleasure," a behind-the-scenes look at the reality television franchise "The Bachelor."
They bonded over their love for Hanson. Twenty years later they reunite for the concert of their teen dreams

In 1998, two best friends went to their first concert together to see their favorite band: Hanson. Twenty years later, they see them live again and wonder if it's good to meet your heroes.

Zoe Kravitz loves her 'Fantastic Beasts' role but is fed up with Hollywood tokenism

In Harry Potter's wizarding world there are few diverse leading roles. A black actress played Hermione onstage and author J.K. Rowling revealed after the fact that Dumbledore is gay. But in the new 'Fantastic Beasts' sequel, Zoe Kravitz has the most prominent diverse part yet in Leta Lestrange.

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