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Almodóvar and Malick Will Compete at Cannes. Tarantino? He’s a Maybe.

The Cannes Film Festival announced the first movies that will compete for the Palme d’Or in May.

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‘The Curse of La Llorona’ Review: California Freakin’, With Scares, Laughs and a Murderous Ghost

Linda Cardellini plays a widow with two children and a curse in this amusing, old-fashioned ghost story, the latest addition to the “Conjuring” series.

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Nonfiction: In ‘Stony the Road,’ Henry Louis Gates Jr. Captures the History and Images of the Fraught Years After the Civil War

The scholar’s latest book, coinciding with his new PBS series, “Reconstruction,” is a harrowing look at the resurgence of white nationalism in the late 19th century and the New Negro movement to combat it.

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Review: ‘The Man Who Killed Don Quixote’ Brings Him Back to Life

Terry Gilliam’s long-deferred tribute to Cervantes’s knight errant finally arrives, starring Jonathan Pryce and Adam Driver.

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Ferzan Ozpetek’s thriller tips its hat to the motifs of Hitchcock, only to wind up as a tedious muddle.

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Julia Hart’s wonderfully strange dystopian drama pits three gifted black women against a dried-up world and a hostile government.

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Tessa Thompson holds the center in this drama about a former drug smuggler on probation who is forced to find a new life for herself and her sister.

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A new HBO series examines Anne Lister, a 19th century Englishwoman and landowner who chronicled her romantic relationships with other women in great detail.

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The new Hulu series, starring the Egyptian-American comedian Ramy Youssef, is the rare coming-of-age story about a millennial Muslim.

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NEW YORK (AP) - New York officials say Netflix will expand its operations in New York City, adding 127 jobs in its Manhattan marketing and development office and building six sounds stages in Brooklyn. Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Thursday that the San Jose, California-based entertainment...

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La Llorona, a woman who according to Mexican legend murdered her own children and now wanders the earth looking for them, snatching other unsuspecting tots and drowning them, gets her close-up in a major Hollywood film, Warner Bros.' "The Curse of La Llorona ." It's a pretty terrifying bedtime story...

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BAUTA, Cuba (AP) - Just after 8 a.m., Pura Castell got in line behind about 100 other people waiting for a chance to buy frozen chicken legs. For two hours she leaned on her cane watching people leave the state-run market with their 5-pound limit. The chicken ran out at ...

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NEW YORK (AP) - With the Mueller Report finally out, at least in redacted form, publishers are hurrying to release book editions. Two Mueller Report books already are in the top 100 on Amazon.com. Digital and paper publications will be released over the next few days by Scribner, Melville House ...

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PARADISE, Calif. (AP) - Water officials say the drinking water in Paradise, California, which was decimated by a wildfire last year, is contaminated with the cancer-causing chemical benzene. Fixing the problem could cost $300 million and take up to two years. The Sacramento Bee reports Thursday that...

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CHICAGO (AP) - Longtime Chicago sportscaster Chet Coppock has died at age 70 after a car accident a week ago. His daughter, Lyndsey, says on her Facebook page her father died Wednesday. He was a passenger in an accident April 11 near Hilton Head, South Carolina Coppock was a fixture ...

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JERUSALEM (AP) - The Israeli start-up behind last week's failed lunar landing says human error may have caused the spacecraft to crash into the moon. SpaceIL, the non-profit that undertook the botched lunar mission, said Thursday that its engineers collectively decided to restart the inertial...

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OVERLAND PARK, Kan. (AP) - A suburban Kansas City psychiatrist has lost his license to practice medicine in Kanas after state regulators alleged he had sex with a patient. KCUR-FM reports that 42-year-old Brian Patrick Lahey, of Overland Park, waived his right to a hearing and agreed Tuesday to an...

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MADISON, Wis. (AP) - Foxconn Technology Group says it remains committed to "long term" job creation in Wisconsin, the day after Gov. Tony Evers said it was unrealistic to expect the company to employ 13,000 people as promised. Foxconn did not mention the 13,000 number in its statement Thursday. It...

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ASTORIA, Ore. (AP) - The National Park Service is investigating the looting of an archaeological site at Lewis and Clark National Historical Park. The Daily Astorian reported Thursday that artifacts were unearthed near the Netul River Trail on the south end of the park sometime in late March....

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