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We Buy A Superhero 5: Hollywood

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Eric Andre's 'Bad Trip' Is Unlike A Lot Of Prank Comedies You Might Have Seen

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Liu Haocun as Zhang Lan in Cliff Walkers, a spy thriller from Chinese director Zhang Yimou. CMC Pictures hide caption

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Double Feature: Refugees In 'Limbo,' And Spies And Subterfuge In 'Cliff Walkers'

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Kate Winslet On The Roles That Scare Her And How 'Titanic' Shaped Her Career

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About Endlessness opens with the visual of a couple (Jan-Eje Ferling and Tatiana Delaunay) floating through gray, cloudy skies. Magnolia Pictures hide caption

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Bittersweet Film 'About Endlessness' Highlights Life's Humor And Despair

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A Look At Tyler Perry's Complicated Legacy

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Jodie Turner-Smith and Michael B. Jordan star in Tom Clancy's Without Remorse. Nadja Klier/Amazon Studios hide caption

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'Citizen Kane' Has A Rotten Day

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Collection Showcases 20 Years Of Louis Armstrong's Studio Work

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Shamier Anderson, Anna Kendrick, Daniel Dae Kim and Toni Collette stars in Netflix's Stowaway. Netflix hide caption

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Patti Harrison stars in Together Together as Anna, a young single woman who agrees to be a gestational surrogate for a single man in his 40s. Tiffany Roohani/Bleecker Street hide caption

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Patti Harrison Takes The Lead In 'Together Together'

Patti Harrison is known for bringing her absurd, caustic, yet charming comedy to supporting roles on shows like Search Party, Broad City and Shrill. But now she's in a starring role in the romantic comedy Together Together. In it, Harrison plays a young single woman who agrees to be a gestational surrogate for a single man in his 40s, played by Ed Helms. Sam talks to Patti about what it was like to play a role different from everything she's done before, why Together Together is even billed as a rom-com, and the quandary of representation as a trans woman.

Patti Harrison Takes The Lead In 'Together Together'

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In Mortal Kombat, Lewis Tan plays struggling MMA fighter Cole Young. Mark Rogers/Warner Bros. Entertainment hide caption

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Did Last Night's Oscars Work As A TV Show?

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Nomadland's Chloé Zhao became the first woman of color to win an Oscar for best director. Chris Pizzello/Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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