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Tom Cruise Keeps Gaining Momentum In 'Mission: Impossible — Fallout'

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Willi Herold (Max Hubacher) tries a Nazi officer's gear on for size, and find it fits all too well, in The Captain. Music Box Films hide caption

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In 'The Captain,' Clothes Make The Man — And The Monster

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Scotty Bowers, pictured here in his Marine uniform, ran a gas station in post-WWII Hollywood that provided a unique service for many movie stars of the era. Greenwich Entertainment hide caption

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'Won't You Be My Neighbor?' And 'Nanette' Brim With Heart And Humanity

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Oh, they go there, all right. From L to R: Beast Boy (Greg Cipes), Starfire (Hynden Walch), Robin (Scott Menville), Raven (Tara Strong) and Cyborg (Khary Payton) bust moves — and heads. Warner Bros. Pictures hide caption

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In Blindspotting, the friendship between hotheaded Miles (Rafael Casal, left) and ex-con Collin (Daveed Diggs) is a window into the race and class politics of a gentrifying Oakland. Robby Baumgartner/Lionsgate hide caption

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In 'Blindspotting,' A Cinematic Love Letter To A Changing Oakland

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A Pakistani Squash Player Profiled In 'The War To Be Her'

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Finding Happiness In 'Far From The Tree'

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Daniel Wu plays the starring role in the TV series Into the Badlands, and also serves as one of its executive producers. Aidan Monaghan/AMC hide caption

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A Superstar In China, Daniel Wu Emerges In His Native California

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