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Matt Damon and Christian Bale have made their share of blockbusters, but with “Ford v Ferrari,” they place their bets on an endangered Hollywood species: the adult drama.
The country music star is everywhere these days. And she’s determined to bridge our seemingly countless divides.
‘Ford v Ferrari’ opened big with $31 million. The “Charlie’s Angels” reboot opened at No. 3 with a disappointing $8.6 million. “Waves” opened strong in limited release.
When Canada’s folk-poet laureate Gordon Lightfoot was singled out for a lifetime achievement award at the 1986 Juno Awards, Canadian recording academy officials went straight to the top of the singer-songwriter food chain to find the appropriate person to handle his induction speech: Bob Dylan.
What to stream — and what to skip — when Disney+ launches on Tuesday.
Dickinson, on Apple TV+, is the latest in a spate of historical comedies on film and TV to reimagine the period piece.
The much-anticipated series “The Mandalorian,” launching Nov. 12 on Disney+, will feature plenty that’s fresh to “Star Wars” fans.
“The Mandalorian” is the most anticipated original series launching with Disney+ on Nov. 12. Here’s what “Star Wars” novices need to know.
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New theater offerings in L.A. for Nov. 17-24 includes Lauren Yee’s musical drama “Cambodian Rock Band” at La Jolla Playhouse and August Wilson’s “Jitney” at the Mark Taper Forum
The main galleries are now closed. Costs have gone up. But fundraising for LACMA’s new building is at a standstill. Christopher Knight does the numbers. Also: Solange is at the Getty, Andy Garcia is electrifying the Geffen Playhouse and Wadada Leo Smith is spreading the musical gospel of Ankhrasmation.
Derek Chariton has been channeling the Pop artist since August in “Andy Warhol’s Tomato.” What does it take to play Warhol as a teen?
Singer-songwriter and visual artist Solange will present “Bridge-s” a series of free performances, film screenings and an artist talk at the Getty Center.
“Tina: The Tina Turner Musical” seems like a no-brainer, but the singer wasn’t always keen on the idea. And the transfer from London required tweaks.
Our weekly theater column looks at Laguna Playhouse’s “Lion,” Pat Kinevane’s “Before,” ISC’s Anita Berber musical and Circle X’s “punkplay.”
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  1. After a recent stop at the Grove in Los Angeles, the original Material Girl is hitting the road for a three-year tour in her 1990s-inspired pink van. Look for her in the O.C. on Saturday.
  1. ‘Lighthouse’ stars Willem Dafoe and Robert Pattinson endure harsh weather and tense situations in the film’s making.
  1. Called District NoHo, the project will combine housing, offices, stores and restaurants around the area’s subway and bus hub.
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