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Dorothy Malone Dies at 93; Star of TV’s ‘Peyton Place’

Dorothy Malone Dies at 93; Star of TV’s ‘Peyton Place’

Dorothy Malone with Rock Hudson in the 1956 movie “Written on the Wind.” Ms. Malone won an Academy Award for her performance.

Review: ‘John McEnroe’ Captures a Perfectly Imperfect Tennis Star

Review: ‘John McEnroe’ Captures a Perfectly Imperfect Tennis Star

John McEnroe, in his playing prime, in the documentary “John McEnroe: In the Realm of Perfection.”

Kyrie Irving Doesn’t Know if the Earth Is Round or Flat. He Does Want to Discuss It.

Kyrie Irving Doesn’t Know if the Earth Is Round or Flat. He Does Want to Discuss It.

“I wanted to open up the conversation, like, ‘Hey man, do your own research for what you want to believe in,’” said Kyrie Irving, shown at a Celtics game earlier in the season.

Review: ‘In the Fade’ Is a Tale of Grief and Violence in Modern Germany

Review: ‘In the Fade’ Is a Tale of Grief and Violence in Modern Germany

Rafael Santana and Diane Kruger in “In the Fade,” directed by Fatih Akin.

Review: In ‘Skyscraper,’ Dwayne Johnson Scales a Tower of Clichés

Review: In ‘Skyscraper,’ Dwayne Johnson Scales a Tower of Clichés

Dwayne Johnson plays a security analyst who becomes a superhero (without cape or portfolio) in “Skyscraper.”

Review: ‘Deadpool 2’ Has More Swearing, Slicing and Dicing From Ryan Reynolds

Review: ‘Deadpool 2’ Has More Swearing, Slicing and Dicing From Ryan Reynolds

Ryan Reynolds in “Say Anything.” Kidding! One of many, many winks in “Deadpool 2.”

Does ‘Three Billboards’ Say Anything About America? Well …

Does ‘Three Billboards’ Say Anything About America? Well …

Off pitch: Frances McDormand in “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.”

Review: ‘The King’ Chases the American Dream and Elvis

Review: ‘The King’ Chases the American Dream and Elvis

Eugene Jarecki’s documentary “The King” tells two stories — one about Elvis Presley, the poor boy who became a king, and the other about the United States. Here, the king is in the Army.

With ‘Dear Basketball,’ Kobe Bryant Could Add an Oscar to His Victories

With ‘Dear Basketball,’ Kobe Bryant Could Add an Oscar to His Victories

Kobe Bryant and Glen Keane. The animator didn't know basketball; that's why the athlete chose him.

Review: In the Comedy ‘Tully,’ Mom’s Struggle Is Real

Review: In the Comedy ‘Tully,’ Mom’s Struggle Is Real

Charlize Theron plays an overworked mom in “Tully.”

Review: ‘Mary Shelley’ Twists Pain and Passion Into a Monster

Review: ‘Mary Shelley’ Twists Pain and Passion Into a Monster

Elle Fanning portrays the title character in “Mary Shelley,” which explores the life of the famed writer and the origins of her book “Frankenstein.”

The Paradox of Art as Work

The Paradox of Art as Work

Art meets commerce: “Six Self Portraits” by Andy Warhol, to be featured in a Sotheby’s art auction; the price is estimated at $25 million to $35 million.

Screenwriters Talk Shop: How to Get Audiences to Return for Part 2

Screenwriters Talk Shop: How to Get Audiences to Return for Part 2

Thanos (Josh Brolin) in “Avengers: Infinity War,” the first part of a finale that concludes next year.

Review: ‘Incredibles 2’ Is a Fast Blast (With Red Flags)

Review: ‘Incredibles 2’ Is a Fast Blast (With Red Flags)

Family in a bubble? The Incredibles don’t want to withdraw from the world — they want to save it, and to save it together.

Dear Movie Industry, We Have Thoughts

Dear Movie Industry, We Have Thoughts

Our chief film critics offer helpful suggestions to Hollywood power brokers about some of the biggest issues facing the industry. Clockwise from top left: Reese Witherspoon and Ava DuVernay; the rising power of Netflix; a scene from “Mudbound”; “Moonlight”; Harvey Weinstein; and “Isle of Dogs.”

Review: In ‘We the Animals,’ Three Brothers Rush Toward Maturity

Review: In ‘We the Animals,’ Three Brothers Rush Toward Maturity

Evan Rosado and Sheila Vand in "We the Animals."


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