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Constance Wu and Jennifer star in the hit film Hustlers. STX films hide caption

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The late opinion journalist Molly Ivins, a syndicated columnist and public speaker, is the subject of the new documentary film Raise Hell. Robert Bedell/Magnolia Pictures hide caption

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A Portrait Of Molly Ivins, Maverick Texas Journalist, In 'Raise Hell'

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Ansel Elgort plays Theo Decker in The Goldfinch. Warner Bros. Pictures hide caption

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Constance Wu stars as Destiny in Hustlers, a movie about a group of strip club employees who unite to hustle wealthy men. STXfilms hide caption

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Lonely In The Club: Constance Wu On 'Hustlers' And Her 'Unprecedented' Career

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Bill Skarsgård reprises the role of Pennywise in It: Chapter Two. Brooke Palmer/Warner Bros hide caption

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L to R: Detective Blanc (Daniel Craig), Lieutenant Elliott (LaKieth Stanfield) and Trooper Wagner (Noah Segan) are on the case in Rian Johnson's Knives Out. Claire Folger/TIFF hide caption

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Ellen Barkin, Allison Janney, And Kirsten Dunst in the 1999 film Drop Dead Gorgeous. Getty Images hide caption

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Keira Knightley stars in this true story about Katharine Gun, a British intelligence officer who exposed the US government's efforts to force the UN Security Council to sanction the 2003 invasion of Iraq. Nick Wall/IFC Films hide caption

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A zany showbiz family gets a little zanier when stage manager Rachel (Hannah Pearl Utt, left) and her actress sister, Jackie (Jen Tullock, right) discover the mother they thought was dead is alive, well, and a soap opera star. 1091 Media hide caption

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