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It’s a weekend of sequels at the box office as Disney opens “Maleficent: Mistress of Evil” and Sony releases “Zombieland: Double Tap.”
The new Showtime documentary “Sid & Judy” reveals never-before-heard private recordings from the couple’s 13-year marriage.
Each episode of Amazon’s “Modern Love” tells a complete (and discrete) short story. This guide will help you figure out which deserve your attention.
After nude pictures of Demi Lovato were leaked on Snapchat by hackers Thursday, the singer-actress is getting tons of support from her devoted fans.
As exacting and detailed as Ari Aster is as a filmmaker, he’s surprisingly low-key about how to pronounce the title of his new film, “Midsommar.”
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Casey Reitz, part of the producing team for “Dear Evan Hansen,” succeeds Terrence Dwyer as president of Orange County’s largest nonprofit arts center.
Openings around L.A., including George Rodriguez at VPAM, Shirin Neshat’s videos at the Broad and the conscientious architecture of Brooks & Scarpa.
The week’s essential arts news, including the Mariinsky Ballet’s “Bayadère,” Renée Fleming and Dove Cameron in Italy, and the origami-like buildings of Johnston Marklee.
The Actors’ Gang production of George Orwell’s story leads our weekly theater column. Also: “Between Riverside and Crazy,” “Witkacy/Two-Headed Calf” and “Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar & Grill.”
Beethoven’s 250th birthday isn’t until next year, but the party starts with Jonathan Biss at the Soraya and the Calidore String Quartet at Colburn.
Pasadena Playhouse reinvents the plant of “Little Shop of Horrors.” She’s very pink, requires five puppeteers and sings with the voice of Amber Riley.
Steely Dan cofounder Becker, who died in 2017, left behind hundreds of valuable guitars, amps and gadgets. Julien’s Auctions is selling all of it this weekend.
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  1. The out-and-back Alta Canyada trail in La Cañada Flintridge gives you panoramic view of L.A.'s basin and hills.
  1. Mindy Kaling is pleased that her bad Emmys experience years ago means other women of color won’t have their eligibility challenged in the future.
  1. Gwen Stefani has sold her L.A.-area home to stand-up comedian Sebastian Maniscalco. Also: LeBron James’ agent, Rich Paul, buys big in Beverly Hills, and “Jane the Virgin” star Gina Rodriguez has found a new spot in Westchester.
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