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In 'Carol,' 2 Women Leap Into An Unlikely Love Affair

Screenwriter Phyllis Nagy and director Todd Haynes discuss their new film based on Patricia Highsmith's 1952 novel, The Price of Salt. Nagy says the story was "extremely forward thinking."
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#WhereIsRey? She's On Her Way, Says Hasbro

The newest Star Wars Monopoly game featured Finn, Kylo Ren, Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader — but not the latest film's heroine, Rey. Hasbro says it will add her to the game this year.
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'Mi Familia' In Movies: Films Mexican-American Millennials Grew Up On

The bush-disguise bit in Born in East L.A. The murder scene in Selena. I watched these dozens of times as a kid, but as an adult, they've come to mean more.
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'The Hateful Eight's' Walton Goggins: On Being a Southerner in Hollywood

When Walton Goggins moved to Los Angeles to try acting, he was advised to lose his Southern accent. NPR's Kelly McEvers talks to Goggins about his new role as a Confederate in The Hateful Eight.
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Man Seated Next To Actress Shamed For Watching Pirated Movie

Bollywood star Kriti Sanon was on a flight to New Delhi when the man seated beside her started watching a pirated copy of her new movie Dilwale. She told her seatmate he'd enjoy it more in a theater.
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Fresh Air Weekend: Our Critics Pick The Best TV, Books, Movies And Music Of 2015

David Bianulli picks the best TV shows of the year. Short books dominate Maureen Corrigan's best book list. David Edelstein recommends the year's best films. Ken Tucker assesses the best music of '15.
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'Concussion' Forces Football Players To Contemplate Safety Risks

The new film Concussion has many football players thinking about the possible long-term health risks of the game. But that hasn't stopped two brothers from taking the field.
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Seeing Double: Bob Mondello Picks 2015's Best Movies, 2 At A Time

When NPR's movie critic sat down to write this year's best-of list, he kept seeing matched sets: two cinematic head trips, two brutal historical epics and even two riveting mortgage crisis flicks.
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'Anomalisa' Is A Charlie Kaufman Movie Featuring Puppets. Yes, It's Weird

NPR film critic Bob Mondello reviews Anomalisa, the latest weirdness from the writer of Being John Malkovich and Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.
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Despite 'Star Wars' Success, Disney Stock Drops

NPR's Robert Siegel talks with Ben Fritz of the Wall Street Journal about Disney stock dropping, despite enormous Star Wars success.

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