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Filmmaking Program Helps Disadvantaged Kids See A Path To Hollywood

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Daniel Craig as detective Benoit Blanc in Knives Out. Claire Folger/Lionsgate hide caption

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Daniel Craig: 'Knives Out' Aims To Be One Of Those 'Grand Pieces Of Entertainment'

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New Nation, New You: 'Synonyms' Crosses Borders In Search Of Self

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Holiday Movie Preview: What's Coming To Theaters Before The End Of The Year

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'Beautiful Day' Director On Mister Rogers' 'Radical Notion': Telling Kids The Truth

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Edward Norton (shown here with co-star Gugu Mbatha-Raw) describes his Motherless Brooklyn character as a sad and lonely "street kid." Glen Wilson/Warner Bros. Pictures hide caption

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Edward Norton On Urban Planning And 'Slow Cooking' 'Motherless Brooklyn'

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Slim (Daniel Kaluuya) and Queen (Jodie Turner-Smith) are on the run in Queen & Slim, directed by Melina Matsoukas with a screenplay from Lena Waithe. Andre D. Wagner/Universal Pictures hide caption

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Lena Waithe's 'Queen & Slim' Is An Odyssey For The Black Lives Matter Era

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Ana de Armas as Marta Cabrera and Daniel Craig as Benoit Blanc in Knives Out Claire Folger/Lions Gate Films hide caption

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Killer Thriller 'Knives Out' Is Surprisingly Subversive — And Comfortingly Familiar

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Why Ana De Armas Was Hesitant To Take A Role In 'Knives Out'

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