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Want a 24-hour movie marathon of all Best Picture Oscar nominees this year? Chances are you can do it at home.
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The streaming service replaces CBS All Access and features tons of films, T.V. shows, and exclusive releases.
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ViacomCBS’ rebranded and expanded version of CBS All Access faces fierce competition in a highly competitive market.
Toolkit Podcast: Riz Ahmed and Darius Marder on putting mics inside the star’s body, the emotion of hearing with our own, and the need for a “Playground of Reality” on set.
Latin Americans and American Latinos are routinely shut out of the awards conversation. It’s not too late for Oscar voters to change that.
Fans of the original will find much to enjoy in this stuffed follow-up, but none of the gags hold as much appeal as watching Murphy back in action.
Directors Tyler Measom and Jared Hess discuss how they turned a terrifying chapter of Salt Lake City history into a project that gave many of the key figures a chance to speak.